Fatimah Asghar on Why Her New Web Series is a Love Letter to 'Brown Girls' Everywhere
“I want people to see the joy of being a person of color, the joy of these communities, the joy of this friendship.”
Black Millennials Confront Mental Illness, Identity Crises in 'Giants' Web Series
The Jussie Smollett-produced drama premieres tonight on Issa Rae’s YouTube channel.
New America Ferrera-Produced Series Will Highlight LA's Gentrification Woes
Peep the trailer for “Gente-Fied,” set in Los Angeles’ predominantly Latino Boyle Heights neighborhood.
A Chat With the Creators of 'White Flight,' The Hilarious Web Series You Should Be Watching
Matt Braunger and Kevin Avery’s web series imagines America in 2042, when White people are the minority.
VIDEO: 'Bailout' Might Be Your New Favorite Web Show
The new serio-comic web series looks at race, ethnicity and generational conflict against the backdrop of the late-aughts financial crisis.
Hye Yun Park Drops a New Season of Her Satirical Web Series
The self-described “Korean Louis C.K.” is back with a second season of her absurd comedy, “Hey Yun: The Web Series.”
'Ackee & Saltfish' Web Series Brings Fresh Look at Black Women
A new web series sans the stereotypes
New Web Series Explores Money, Status Among Asian North American Young Adults
What would you to for a million bucks?
Juan Bago and Remezcla Team Up on New Web Series
The new comedy follows the trials of apiring Latino producers.
'Black Actress' Web Series Premiers on Issa Rae's YouTube Channel
Produced by Andrea Lewis, the series will explore the challenges faced by today’s black actresses.
New Web Series Explores Latinos in the Bronx
‘Pushing Dreams,’ a new web series by Adel L. Morales, follows the lives of an interconnected group of Latinos struggling to make ends meet.
New Web Series Points Out That Black Folks Do Swim
Watch the Season 2 premiere of “Black Folk Don’t,” a satirical, documentary web series that challenges common stereotypes.