Winning big were Viola Davis, Daniel Kaluuya, and the late Chadwick Boseman among many this past Sunday (April 4).

Set in 1927 Chicago, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom is centered on the incredible story of one of America's first Black professional Blues singer, Ma Rainey, and the tension and conflict between her and the white ownership of the clubs where she performed. Although Boseman’s character, Levee, is fictitious, the film shows how the actual creation of her hit song, "Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” came to fruiting and also revealing that the song was written for a dance by the same name.

The star actress gears up for another powerful role.

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Annalise and her students score a major victory, Bonnie spirals into sadness after Nate digs up her past trauma, and more.

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Nate uncovers more interesting facts about the baby in question, Frank gets closer to Gabe to make his spying easier, Annalise takes on another challenging case and more.

Viola Davis is one of Hollywood’s most talked about actresses. The Academy  Award and Tony winner is promoting her new film, Widows and in a recent Q&A with The New York Times, she revealed that she regrets the role of Aibleen Clark in 2011’s The Help. “Have I ever done roles that I’ve regretted? I have, and The Help is […]

Shep Smith Keeps It Real Trump is trying to blame Democrats for the government shutdown — even though Republicans are in control of the House, Senate and Trump is in the White House. Bottom line, the shutdown is due to 45’s disgusting lack of leadership, from claiming to want a bipartisan bill, which was presented […]

From the production companies of Viola Davis and Julius Tennonof JuVee Productions and Lemuel Plummer of L. Plummer Media comes the landmark limited series, Two Sides of the Truth, which will focus on four high profile cases that have been watershed moments for law enforcement and the Black community.   Produced for the TV One network by L. Plummer Media in partnership with JuVee Productions, ‘Two Sides’ will dissect […]

“It’s a very sacred place, the stage and the screen," she said about her role as an actor. We all know the president likes to tweet. But his Twitter fingers were surprisingly silent Sunday night as Black, Muslim and queer citizens disproved his warped view of American greatness at the Academy Awards. A Steve Harvey-esque mix-up brought the cast and crews of Best Picture competitors, La La Land and Moonlight onto the […]