“One Angry Man” offers a lesson about the racial biases of the judicial pr.ocess
Diane and Junior’s relationship is hilarious, sweet, and exactly what Black-ish needs.
Add “The Name Game” to the long list great Black-ish episodes on sensitive subjects.
“Good Dre Hunting” tears down dangerous stereotypes about therapy.
“Lemons” confronts the election in an honest, thought-provoking, and accessible way.
Black-ish returns from winter hiatus with a particularly helpful episode.
Welcome back to Black-ish, Tyra Banks!
Let’s hope this isn’t the end of Pitch.
“Romantically speaking, people are going to be shocked.”
Dre’s ego is back … and it’s such a downer.
“Scratched” pushes Ginny and Mike closer to a will-they-won’t-they relationship.
“Being Bow-racial” is a terrific return to form.
Charley Bordelon did not come to play.
“Far Too Long” is an emotional rollercoaster.
The sooner Pitch gets renewed, the better.
Every time something goes well for the Bordelons, two more things fall apart.
“Auntsgiving” is a sweet episode that lets Laurence Fishburne and Jenifer Lewis shine.
Kylie Bunbury and Mark-Paul Gosselaar are doing great work on this show.
“So Far” offers a hopeful, valuable message at a time when it’s most needed.
Dre and Bow’s snooty behavior is pretty insulting.