Fall TV

"Abbott Elementary" returned and fans are already making Halloween costume predictions forr the teachers. Check out the viral thread inside.

'Reasonable Doubt' stars Michael Ealy, McKinley Freeman and Sean Patrick Thomas talk about playing Black men who aren't stereotypical.

Prime Video debuts the official trailer and first look photos from its new Hip Hop series Jungle, debuting this month. Watch inside.

Abbott Elementary returns to ABC for Season 2 on September 21st. The series embraces its Philly setting with a promo set to "Motownphilly."

Donald Glover’s award-winning series Atlanta debuts its fourth and final season trailer. Watch the official trailer inside.

A new teaser trailer for Amazon Studios’ long-awaited tv series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power was released today. Watch inside.

Kid Cudi warns fans that his upcoming Netflix animated series Entergalatic is not for kids. Check out the teaser and premiere date inside.

NBC ordered a second season of comedy series 'Grand Crew' and third season for 'Young Rock.' Read more details about both series inside.

The Season 5 premiere of Insecure debuted last night (October 24) to HBO for its final series premiere ever. Fans shared their favorite moments, final series predictions and theories alongside the cast and crew on social media. 

As Insecure says "BYVE" with its last and final season debuting this Sunday on HBO, the cast takes over the cover of Entertainment Weekly. Take a look at the digital cover inside.

'The Wonder Years' star Elisha "EJ" Williams about his role as Dean Williams on the new ABC reboot, which premieres this week. He spoke about the show being set in Montgomery in 1968, the afro he wore and the style sacrifice he made with the show wardrobe. He also talked about how times haven't changed as much as we'd like, noting how George Floyd's death wasn't as shocking as it should have been.

Global Grind's Sr. Content Director Janeé Bolden spoke with 'The Wonder Years' stars Saycon Sengbloh and Laura Kariuki about portraying Lillian and Kim Williams on the new series which is set in 1968. The actresses spoke about how their project is a celebration of black life that doesn't focus on trauma bonding.