A woman who believes “luck is preparation meeting opportunity,” Oprah Gail Winfrey has continuously shattered gender and racial barriers in America. Winfrey is the most successful talk show host in American TV history — male or female, Black or white — and the first female African-American billionaire. As one of the most influential women in […]
Last week we opened the voting for our Greatest Black Sitcom of All-Time Competition. Yesterday voting closed for round 1 and we’re down from 64 shows to 32. Based on the seeding of the editorial team we didn’t see any upset loses although we were surprised to see the short-lived 90’s sitcom “Thea” beat out the […]
All across the airwaves, media outlets reported long standing children’s’ show, “Sesame Street” was pulling the skit of singer Katy Perry and Elmo’s remix of “Hot and Cold” off their season premiere episode due to excessive comments from parents complaining about too much cleavage from the “I Kissed A Girl” star. What appeared to be […]
After 25 years, Oprah Winfrey is calling it quits with her talk show and moving on to her OWN Network which debuts January 1, 2011. In a recent interview with TV Guide, she discusses her last and final season and the secrets to success. Here are a few excerpts: On getting emotional about the end: […]
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From season to season we find ourselves hooked on reality TV. We often ask ourselves “How do these people even get shows?” Don’t get me wrong, there are some stories that are too juicy to pass up and some characters that are so ridiculous you can’t help but watch them. Frankie falls into that category.