Eboni K. Williams debuted on The Real Housewives of New York City May 4 and fully embraced her position as the first Black cast member on the Bravo series.
On the new HGTV series $50K Three Ways, interior designer Tiffany Brooks helps homeowners decide on a renovation while staying within their budget.
See photos from the socially-distant Academy Awards After-Party to celebrate Andra Day’s nomination for the title role of The United States vs. Billie Holiday.
Marsha Ambrosius, The Songstress of Floetry, explains what happened to the Neo Soul group in an upcoming episode of TV One’s Uncensored.
In the Amazon Original limited series, the Underground Railroad isn’t metaphor, but an actual railroad complete with a network of tracks and tunnels.
In addition to the Ailey performance broadcasts set to music by Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, Ailey Extension is introducing new dance/fitness workshops.
After rumors of DMX's death were trending prematurely, the family of the Ruff Ryder rapper confirmed he has indeed passed away.
Eric Benét said he is "blessed" to join the list of prestigious entertainers who have performed at The Historic Hampton House.
From THEM to Godfather of Harlem to How to Citizen to EXTERMINATE ALL THE BRUTES to Super Sema, here’s what to stream or watch this month.
Esteemed director Lee Daniels covers the Spring 2021 issue of UPTOWN and discusses making The United States vs. Billie Holiday, which stars Andra Day.
UPTOWN HONORS HOLLYWOOD: Music Edition celebrates Kathryn Bostic, Kris Bowers, Morgan Rhodes, and Questlove. Watch the virtual awards ceremony.
This year's UPTOWN HONORS HOLLYWOOD will celebrate Questlove, Kris Bowers, Kathryn Bostic, and Morgan Rhodes.
UPTOWN Magazine announces a trailblazing lineup for LEXUS UPTOWN HONORS HOLLYWOOD: Music Edition.
Raven-Symoné and an interior design team are bringing homeowners out of their style rut and into beautiful spaces in a new HGTV pilot based on What Not to Wear.
See images and footage from TINA, a documentary that presents an unvarnished account of the career and personal life of music powerhouse Tina Turner.
A clip of Jamie Foxx describing the opening scene of Tyson has resurfaced, further teasing the biographical series about Mike Tyson’s life and career.
Genius: Aretha premiered in drive-ins across the country. The evening included a viewing of the “Chain of Fools” episode and a performance from Cynthia Erivo.
The Historic Hampton House Museum & Cultural Center is recreating its glory days with “From BeBop 2 Hip Hop,” its inaugural concert series featuring Eric Benét.
KiKi Layne credits a Tarot reading with giving her the encouragement to audition for If Beale Street Could Talk, in which she starred alongside Regina King.
Get to know the Ghost Brothers, the only known Black paranormal investigation team and three-quarters of the cast of Fright Club on Discovery+.
Golden Globe winner Andra Day was awarded the On Her Shoulders Preservation Award during the Black Women Film Network summit.
Check out the trailers and teasers for the films, miniseries, and shows landing on TV and streaming platforms this March.
The nostalgia for Sister Souljah’s The Coldest Winter Ever isn’t enough to carry readers through Life After Death, the novel that continues Winter Santiaga’s tale.
The 2021 Golden Globes honored Chadwick Boseman, Daniel Kaluuya Andra Day, and John Boyega for their acting performances during the virtual awards ceremony.
Since The Source Awards is expected to make its comeback in 2022, let’s reminisce over the memorable performances, beefs, and disses that made Hip-Hop history.
Eddie Murphy reveals that the Coming to America sequel took so long because Akeem’s story was supposed to be completed with his wedding to Lisa McDowell.
Vanessa Bell Calloway recently revealed the strategy she employed when auditioning for Coming to America, and why she believes she didn’t land the lead.
Choreographer and creative director Laurieann Gibson says her “boomkack” catchphrase is a mantra she’s used throughout her career.
Delilah, a new series from Greenleaf creator Craig Wright that is co-executive produced by Oprah Winfrey, will be the next must-see series to land on OWN.
Black Renaissance is a celebration and amplification of Black culture by showcasing its creators, writers, artists, and storytellers.
Watch host Regina King take on “Gorilla Glue Girl,” feminist theater, cringey dating, and more during her Saturday Night Live debut.
Judas and the Black Messiah: Inspired Album features revolutionary songs like H.E.R.’s “Fight For You” and Nipsey Hussle and Jay-Z’s “What It Feels Like.”
Many people remember Mary Wilson, a founding member of The Supremes, as one of the greatest entertainers of all-time and a kind person.
The Super Bowl Gospel Celebration brought Gospel music legends, the faithful, and football together.
From Andra Day’s film debut as Billie Holiday to PBS’s The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song, here’s what to watch this February.
Rapper and star of The Equalizer reboot Queen Latifah also reacts to being called the godmother of Hip Hop in the new book The Motherlode: 100+ Women Who Made Hip-Hop.
One Night in Miami director Regina King will be the third host of Saturday Night Live in 2021.
Fingers crossed a biographical film about Lil' Kim is in the works. We need it for the culture.
Idris says the future in which Outside the Wire is set is closer to our current time and technology than we may think.
One Night in Miami star Kingsley Ben-Adir joined Regina King to discuss his role in her directorial debut.
The United States vs. Billie Holiday explores an aspect of the Jazz legend's life that isn't widely known.
Find out what you can expect from the second half of season 2 of Love & Marriage: Huntsville.