Tag Archives: television

  • The Merge of TV & Video Games Explained

    Jan 1, 15 by Daniel T Leave a comment


    *Video games have changed the way we view, access, discuss and enjoy many other forms of entertainment. In some ways, they are even replacing them. Big Fish Games points out that for several years the video game industry has outpaced box office sales to the tune of tens of billions of dollars. As old forms […]

  • Trending Fall TV: 3 Shows You Have to Watch

    Sep 7, 14 by Daniel T 3 Comments


    *There hasn’t been this much buzz about black TV shows since Denise left the Cosbys for “A Different World.” African Americans watch 36 percent more television than any other group, and TV execs are finally paying attention to what black audiences want. This fall there are a bunch of shows you don’t want to miss, […]

  • Steven Ivory: When TV Went Off

    Aug 26, 14 by blueolive Comments Off


    *During his 1978 soul classic, “’Cause I Love You,” singer Lenny Williams, narrating one of the most dramatic R&B monologues known to man, wearily says that to take his mind off the woman with whom he is desperately in love, he busied himself at home with all sorts of activities, including watching television “until TV […]

  • The Rock Cast for New HBO Series

    Mar 21, 14 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


     *Fine a** Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson hit it big at the box office  last year with “Pain & Gain,” which co-stars Mark Wahlberg. And now the two are back at it, but this time for a half-hour dramedy pilot set for HBO. Centered around a group of retired athletes living in Miami, the series will […]

  • Kym Whitley Talks Raising Joshua and a Career in Reality TV

    Jan 3, 14 by Brittney M. Walker 1 Comment


    *Raising a child God dropped in her lap suddenly has changed the way Kym Whitley looks at life, love, and family forever. The comedienne is the star of new OWN docu-series, “Raising Whitley,” where she and her menagerie of friends band together to raise a baby. When Kym signed up to mentor a troubled young […]

  • TV’s Fascination With Former Show Reboots … Logic Good? Survey Says ‘No!’

    Nov 17, 13 by Brainuser1 2 Comments


    *Ah man. When we heard Blair Underwood was going to star in a new version of the old series, “Ironside,” we were so happy that we considered calling a staff meeting to celebrate. Good thing we didn’t, because the show was dropped after only four episodes in. TV execs have been busy behind the scenes […]