Latinx Parents Deported in Emotional 'Party of Five' Reboot
The 2019 version of the series follows five siblings after their parents are sent to Mexico.
'Pose' Producers on the Driving Force Behind the Show
“Pose” co-creator Steven Canals on why his show needed to be made: “We weren’t seeing Black and Brown people who also happen to be queer and trans.”
ICYMI: John Cho to Lead Netflix's 'Cowboy Bebop'
Cho’s casting in the anime is a win for the meme-turned-movement #StarringJohnCho, which showed what major films would look like if they cast more Asian actors in lead roles.
Jordan Peele Brings Trademark Boundary Breaking Vision to the 'Twilight Zone' Reboot
The classic TV series comes back to life, more intriguing and racially diverse than ever.
Watch the Trailer for Open Mike Eagle and Baron Vaughn's New Series
Confirmed first season guests for “The New Negroes” include Lizzo, MF Doom and Method Man.
READ: On 'Shrill,' Black Characters Are Portrayed With Rare Complexity
The new Hulu series is one of the rare TV worlds in which Black women have full lives outside of their friendship with the lead character.
ICYMI: Meek Mill's New Docuseries Has a Teaser Trailer
In “#FreeMeek,” the Philly rapper hero details his firsthand experience with the criminal justice system.
Watch the Trailer for Ramy Youssef's New Comedy Series
Being a millennial in a Muslim-American community in suburban New Jersey ain’t easy.
YouTuber Lilly Singh to Replace Carson Daly on NBC
Singh, who is Indian-Canadian, will be the only woman to host a late-night show for a major network.
Oh Yes!: Sandra Oh's Hot Streak Continues on 'Saturday Night Live'
The “Killing Eve” actor will be the third woman of Asian descent to host the iconic series.
Comedy Central Welcomes More Creatives of Color
The network looks to move beyond its White, male core for laughs.
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.
LISTEN: 'Desus & Mero' Stars Talk Making 'Late Night for the People'
The Bodega Boys want their new Showtime show to represent the people who are largely unrepresented in late-night television.
Lena Waithe and Halle Berry Update 'Boomerang' for TV
The new series follows the children of the 1992 Eddie Murphy film’s protagonists.
Robin Thede and Issa Rae Launch 'A Black Lady Sketch Show'
The first Black woman to serve as head writer on a late-night show makes history again.
Critics' Choice Awards Honors 'Crazy Rich Asians,' 'Black Panther,' 'Beale Street'
The Broadcast Film Critics Association and Broadcast Television Journalists Association awarded several artists of color.
'Surviving R. Kelly' Boosts Ratings and Donations, Inspires Possible Legal Action
It looks like Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office were among the millions who watched the Lifetime docuseries last week.
Colorlines Favorites of 2018: 'Steven Universe,' Future Vision and the Value of Freedom Dreaming
The Colorlines team is sharing our favorite shows, books, hashtags, movies and more of 2018. Here, deputy editor Kenrya Rankin reflects on the power of “Steven Universe.”
Common Brings Zora Neale Hurston's 'Barracoon' to TV
He will adapt the long-unreleased book, about the last known enslaved person to survive the Middle Passage, into a limited series.
Documentary Follows Gay Diné Man's Quest to Lead the Navajo Nation
Moroni Benally on his candidacy, which is chronicled in “Moroni for President”: “There were a lot of issues in terms of uneven understandings about the Navajo traditional perspective on what it means to be gay or queer.”