A Black Lady Sketch Show Season Two is Everything a Black Lady Needs

When something resonates with Black people, it becomes a source of comfort, and when it’s incredibly familiar and can make us laugh, it’s gold. A Black Lady Sketch Show came to us in 2019, and after my friend and co-host of Reely Melanated Ashlee put it on my radar, I wondered what divine sorcery was... Continue Reading →

His House

In Remi Weekes’ His House, asylum seekers escape their horrific past only to endure ghostly specters in their new-found future. Rial (Wunmi Mosaku) and Bol (Ṣọpẹ Dìrísù) have endured a nightmare to reach the shores of the U.K. After a life or death decision to escape their Sudanese town, the couple desperately needs to stay... Continue Reading →

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