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This groundbreaking and critically acclaimed drama series immersed itself in the New York ball culture of the 1980s, recording the triumphs and sufferings of the LGBTQ community. The series itself is known for having the largest cast of LGBTQ characters in a scripted series. RELATED: The Central Park Five: The Real Story Behind Netflix`s Miniseries, “When They See Us” Terence Nance is certainly not an artist ever considered an easy sale, and that`s a good thing. His first feature film “An Oversimplification of Her Beauty” marked a deeply personal, open and bizarre examination of time, memory and loss. And his HBO late-night series “Random Acts of Flyness” is built as a fantasy variety show that focuses on the diverse experiences of people of African descent living in the United States. The subversive series deconstructs traditional notions of the socio-political hypernym of darkness and is ultimately a celebration of diversity within. Based on thematically related visual essays ranging from seconds to minutes, it is clearly difficult to categorize and challenging. This is not the stuff of classic binge viewing; this is Nance`s vision, without filter. The criminal justice system tragically abandoned Kalief Browder, 16, a black teenager who spent three years on Rikers Island awaiting a trial that never took place after being arrested for allegedly stealing a backpack, which has never been proven. He spent two of those years in brutal isolation.

The case was never prosecuted, the charges were eventually dropped, and Browder committed suicide shortly after his release. Her story and the questions she raises about our fundamental understanding of the U.S. criminal justice system as well as civil liberties are at the heart of this six-part documentary series. This is a comprehensive review of the case that uses first-person narratives, archival footage, and filmed replicas of key scenes from Browder`s life. Exclusive interviews with a variety of people associated with history, from politicians to close friends and family members to social reformers, are presented. Showrunner Ryan Murphy said the show plans to introduce Donald Trump as a character, but that has changed. Still, Trump, who once said he would ban trans people from serving in the military, played a big role in FX`s transgender drama series in the late 1980s, which focuses on the lives of black transgender characters. In addition, the series sheds light on the legends, icons, and wild stay-at-home mom culture of New York City`s underground ball culture. “Pose” makes television history and features the largest cast of transgender actors in rule roles in the series, including Mj Rodriguez, Dominique Jackson, Indya Moore, Hailie Sahar and Angelica Ross, who star alongside Billy Porter, Ryan Jamaal Swain, Angel Bismark Curiel and Dyllón Burnside.

The drama also features the largest recurring cast of LGBTQ actors ever performed for a scripted series. Ava DuVernay`s hit series on OWN tells the story of siblings Bordelon Nova (Rutina Wesley), Ralph Angel (Kofi Siriboe) and Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gardner). After the death of their father in the first season, the separated trio reunites to manage their sugar cane farm in Louisiana. Along the way, they experience personal setbacks and resistance to their business efforts, but quickly discover how powerful they are when they stick together. It`s certainly not an exhaustive list, but here are 10 TV series that offer social comments relevant to the present in chronological order and where you can find them if they`re available for streaming: Reasonable Doubt arrives on Hulu in September. The new legal drama comes from Kerry Washington (Scandal) and the streaming service has released a preview. The series follows an independent defense attorney (Emayatzy Corinealdi) who takes over the legal system in Los Angeles. Victor Rasuk, Christopher Cassarino, Brooke Lyons and Eugene Byrd will play important recurring roles in the series. Hip Hop My House Paramount+ Hip Hop My House is a home makeover series hosted by Harlem rapper Cam`ron and interior designer Zeez Louize.

Together, they transform the birthplace of a happy superfan into a larger-than-life tribute to rap icons of the past and present. Featured artists include: 24KGoldn, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Erica Banks, Migos, Polo G, Rae Sremmurd, Tyga and Nelly. Series premiere on June 21. Starring: Cam`ron Sweet Life: Los Angeles (TV-MA) HBO Max Issa Rae presents Sweet Life: Los Angeles, a unique and ambitious look at what it means to be young, black and ambitious. The reality series follows a close-knit group of friends who learn how to balance their relationships and careers and work to solidify their legacy in the city where they grew up. Season 2 will begin on August 4. Starring: Jerrold Smith II Tracy Morgan, Tiffany Haddish and Cedric the Entertainer are all the stars of this hilarious TBS series. Morgan plays Tray Barker, an ex-con artist who returns to his former Brooklyn neighborhood after being released from prison. Not only has the demographics of his bloc changed in the 15 years since his imprisonment, but his ex-girlfriend Shay (Haddish) is also different. The strength of this show, co-created by Jordan Peele, comes from Morgan`s instinct as an experienced comedian and his talent for turning even the worst situations into comedy.

Did we miss your favorite black TV show? If there is a black TV series with black actors currently on air that we missed, please let us know in the comments or on The Voice of Black Cincinnati. Sistas BET Sistas follows a group of single black women navigating the ups and downs of modern life, which include careers, friendships, romances, and even social media. The comedy drama series stars Andi Barnes, an ambitious divorce lawyer, Danni King, a funny and fearless airport employee, Karen Mott, a smart hair salon owner on the street, and Sabrina Hollins, a smart and stylish bank employee. Mid-Season Premiere on June 1 at 9pm Cast: KJ Smith Many has called I May Destroy You of 2020, one of the best shows of the year. Hbo`s acclaimed series, written by and starring Michaela Coel, follows a writer named Arabella. After being drugged and raped by a stranger one night in London, the series follows the young woman as she grapples with the assault and its impact on her reality. Unfortunately, he won`t be returning for Season 2. This series is based on the book Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World and Propelled the Civil Rights Movement. It tells the story of Emmett Till`s mother, Mamie Till-Mobley, as she fights for justice for her murdered son. Raamla Mohamed directs the series` all-black Writers Room and produces alongside Kerry Washington and Pilar Savona for Simpson Street and Larry Wilmore via Wilmore Films. Washington also directed the first episode.

The series is the first drama scripted by Onyx Collective and is produced by ABC Signature, part of Disney Television Studios. The second largest city in the state of Oklahoma as the setting for the series became viable after the show`s creator, Damon Lindelof, read the 2014 Atlantic film “The Case for Reparations” by acclaimed African-American author and essayist Ta-Nehisi Coates, which couldn`t be more relevant in this time of racial unrest across America. In the alternate story of “Watchmen,” unlike in real life, reparations were actually paid to the victims of slavery and their descendants, and resentment over it remains with a white racist group known as seventh Kalvary. Lindelof said, “What`s causing the greatest anxiety in America right now? For me, the answer is undeniably race. Superheroes can`t defeat racism. This is how “Watchmen” becomes a cutting-edge treatise on our upheaval today, remixing the DC Comics graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.

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