The problem: “one friend is secretly in love with Parrish and selects “not-so-great” dates, in hopes of coming in and winning his heart in the end.” For my interview with the creator, click here.
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Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.
Anacostia (creator: Anthony Anderson), A soap opera about the Washington, D. neighborhood, including issues of marital problems, violence and same-sex love.
Anthony Anderson, quoted in the Examiner, says the show is a throwback to the 80s primetime soaps: “The show is escapism…It shows Anacostia in a completely different way that I don’t think people get a chance to see.
In the series, the protagonist Lisa leaves her loser boyfriend to pursue loftier dreams.
TV’s ‘s narrator, Chadwick Williams, in the beginning of his research into men who lead double lives.
Fueled by a hidden painful past, Chadwick interviews various men who have answered his classified ads and takes us on a deeper journey into the DL, as he tries to right his past.” Champion Road, Via ) and starring many familiar faces, Champion Road looks like it’ll be one of my new favorites this year. surrounding a middle class Black family with a positive message depicting images of strong Black Men,” this show fills a void of what’s currently lacking from network TV.
Peep the pilot episode.” Chick (creator: Kai Soremekun), , a new web series Soremekun self-financed, airs on web series network and Rowdy Orbit, a new site distributing web series by and about people of color.
So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
Below is a list of scripted web shows (or webisodes), starring, marketed to or produced by black and people of color.