EXCLUSIVE: Powerful Clip From HBO Doc on Bryan Stevenson's Liberatory Work
In “True Justice,” the Equal Justice Initiative founder connects the dots between enslavement and death sentences for Black people—and breaks down why he is committed to ending mass incarceration.
New Doc 'The Apollo' Tells the Story of Harlem's Most Iconic Theater
The HBO documentary screened as the opening selection for the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival.
MUST-READ QUOTE: With Projects in Theater, Film, TV and Music, Suzan-Lori Parks is a Quadruple Threat
The Pultizer Prize-winning playwright is seemingly everywhere at the moment.
Twitter Responds to Michael Jackson Doc, 'Leaving Neverland'
The new documentary centers on two men who allege that the pop star sexually abused them as boys.
Incarcerated Men Document Their 'Hard Truth' Via Film
Men incarcerated at Pendleton Correctional Facility in Indiana co-directed “It’s a Hard Truth Ain’t It,” which captures their education in documentary filmmaking.
Watch the Trailer for Amanda Seales' Stand-Up Special
“Amanda Seales: I Be Knowin’”—the “Insecure” actress’ first televised stand-up special—airs on HBO.
New Sandra Bland Documentary Calls On World to 'Say Her Name'
The feature-length documentary follows Bland’s family as they try to answer the questions surrounding her 2015 death in police custody.
Terence Nance Remixed Dozens of White Savior Scenes So You Don't Have To
The boundary-pushing artist behind HBO’s “Random Acts of Flyness” discusses his new multimedia project that skewers White savior tropes.
Watch The First Episode of 'Random Acts of Flyness' For Free
HBO made the premiere episode of Terence Nance’s surreal series, complete with segments about Black love and survival, available to stream gratis.
Kid Fury Lands Comedy With Gay Black Protagonist at HBO
The comedian and executive producer Lena Waithe will develop a series about navigating undiagnosed depression and the pressures of adulthood in New York City.
Terence Nance Commits 'Random Acts of Flyness' in Trippy Trailer
The filmmaker behind “An Oversimplification of Her Beauty” promises a free-association look at structural oppression and the media in his upcoming late-night series for HBO.
Wyatt Cenac's New Late Night Show Explores America's 'Problem Areas'
“It felt like we could talk about something that, while it seems intractable, there are ways to make a difference that don’t just involve saying, ‘We’re going to wait for the midterms!’”
Terence Nance Lands New Half-Hour Comedy Series With HBO
“Random Acts of Flyness” is the director’s first project for television.
Issa Rae and Angela Flournoy Join Forces for HBO Family Drama
The series follows a Black family living in Los Angeles during the turbulent ’90s.
Mahershala Ali Will Lead HBO's Third 'True Detective' Season
The Oscar-winning actor will portray Wayne Hays, an Arkansas state police detective investigating a crime in the Ozarks.
RuPaul's 'Queen,' Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson's '2 Dope Queens' Heading to Small Screen
RuPaul will executive produce a series about his life for Hulu, while Williams and Robinson will adapt their comedy podcast into a limited-run HBO show.
Guess Who's Coming Back for a Third Season?
Issa Rae got y’all.
How #NoConfederate Became a Trending Clarion Call
Social media campaign creator April Reign on HBO’s forthcoming show, “Confederacy”: “We believe the time to speak up is now, before the show has been written or cast.”
These 7 Tweets Sum Up Why HBO's 'Confederate' Announcement Pissed Off the Internet
The show, headlined by two White male “Game of Thrones” showrunners, has prompted criticism for its focus on an alternate U.S. where the South won the Civil War and kept slavery intact.
Nnedi Okorafor's 'Who Fears Death' Series Finds Home at HBO
“Game of Thrones” creator George R.R. Martin will produce the adaptation of Okorafor’s 2010 post-apocalyptic novel about a Sudanese girl on a spiritual journey to understand her magical powers and avenge her mother’s rape.