Jay Hunter: Surviving Hollywood!

Actor Jay Hunter  best known for his roles in “And Just Like That,” “The Rookie,” “Tyler Perry’s If Loving You is Wrong,” and “Tyler Perry’s Acrimony”  is comfortable revealing his highs and lows in Hollywood. In fact, he says he is more than willing to talk about it with anyone who might find inspiration in it.

Let’s Talk About Tanya Hart!

In 1994, Hart hosted E! Entertainment’s “Gossip Show.” The program aired for six years in 140 countries all around the world. She would eventually be joined by co-host, television personality Downtown Julie Brown. Hart has also “dished tea” on daytime television tabloid show, “The Geraldo Rivera Show.”

‘Saint X’ is Sensational

“Saint X” is one of the best limited series that you can binge-watch on Hulu right now.
If you’re a fan of the “whodunnit” crime genre, “Saint X” will leave you on the edge of your seat
with its complex and compelling storytelling.

‘Truth Be Told’ Mychala Lee is a Star

If you enjoy true crime podcasts and murder mysteries, then you’ll love “Truth Be Told” (streaming on Apple TV+). Currently, in its third season, the series follows investigative journalist, Poppy Scoville played by Oscar Award-winning actress Octavia Spencer as she uses her platform to solve crimes, one podcast episode at a time. The plot of season three is extremely relevant as it shows the stark contrasts in law enforcement’s response time as well as the lack of media coverage when Black girls go missing as opposed to when Caucasian girls go missing. This season also tackles the intricacies of human

NBC’S Hit Show ‘GRAND CREW’ is back with Season 2 Premiere at Black on the Block in Downtown Los Angeles

The wait is over! The stars of NBC’s hit show, GRAND CREW, hosted an intimate premiere of the first episode of their second season for guest over the weekend at Black on The Block (BOTB) in Downtown Los Angeles. Screenings for Season 2 Episode 1 were held each hour between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at L.A. Center Studios. BOTB is a monthly vendor event in L.A. designed to assist Black businesses and entrepreneurs grow their reach and gain exposure. They provide a platform for small businesses to expand their market and meet new customers with more than a thousand

‘Paul R. Williams: Hollywood’s Architect’ on PBS

Paul Revere Williams, born February 18, 1894 with an orphan background, followed his dream of becoming an architect and by the early 1920s was designing homes and commercial buildings in and around Los Angeles. At the time of his death on January 23, 1980, he had created some 2,500 buildings in the United States and around the globe.

“The 1619 Project” Premieres as New TV Docu-Series

“The 1619 Project,” an expansion of the book created by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times Magazine, premiered as a six-part limited docu-series on Hulu, on Thursday, January 26. That evening, at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, esteemed actors, journalists, industry executives and a host of other public figures gathered for the red carpet event. The first episode, “Democracy,” was screened, and a discussion led by Oprah Winfrey followed, along with a special rooftop reception to celebrate the premiere.