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First Look: The Bordelons Will Be Swept in Secrets of ‘Blessing and Blood’ in New Queen Sugar Season 4 Trailer

Queen Sugar Season 4 Official Trailer / OWN (YouTube) ‘B’ doesn’t just stand for Bordelon anymore, it also stands for blessing … and blood. Coming from an early awards season success having been named Best Television Show Drama from the African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) and as well as scooping a nomination for Best […]

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Oprah Came Through Apple’s Press Event and Crushed the Buildings

Photo: Michael Short (Getty Images) After running out a lineup of Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and J.J. Abrams to talk about their upcoming series for Apple, the tech juggernaut went for the Moneyball and brought out Oprah Winfrey to talk more about her relationship with Apple and how she’s going to bring more […]

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He Really Is Ready—Tevin Campbell Has Been Cast in Queen Sugar, Just Like Ava DuVernay Promised

Tevin Campbell performs at the Essence Festival in New Orleans, Saturday, July 5, 2014.Photo: Gerald Herbert (AP) Tevin Campbell once asked “Can We Talk?”—and Ava DuVernay has continually proven she is not “all talk” with the way she moves in Hollywood. A perfect professional match, right? You may remember the resurgence of Campbell’s brand in […]

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Queen Sugar’s 4th Season Has a Premiere Date—and the All-Female Director Lineup Is as Sweet as Ever

Charley (Dawn-Lyen Gardner), Ralph Angel (Kofi Siriboe) and Nova (Rutina Wesley), Queen Sugar, Season 3Photo: Skip Bolen © 2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc (Courtesy of OWN) The Bordelons are coming back for their fourth (and hopefully fruitful) season on the farm, as OWN’s hit, Queen Sugar, makes its return. Queen Sugar / OWN (YouTube) The […]

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The 10 Best Moments In Black Television In 2018

The Emmys snubbed Atlanta in its major categories in 2018, Blackish didn’t receive any nods at the Golden Globes for 2019, and Queen Sugar still isn’t getting the kind of recognition it should. But there was undoubtedly some black excellence on your television screens this year. From LeToya Luckett’s conniving ways on Greenleaf to Shamon Brown […]

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