The Chadwick Journals, DLChronicles A prequel to here!
TV’s ‘s narrator, Chadwick Williams, in the beginning of his research into men who lead double lives.
Anacostia (creator: Anthony Anderson), A soap opera about the Washington, D. neighborhood, including issues of marital problems, violence and same-sex love.
Anthony Anderson, quoted in the Examiner, says the show is a throwback to the 80s primetime soaps: “The show is escapism…It shows Anacostia in a completely different way that I don’t think people get a chance to see.
8 Days a Week, BET’s first in-house produced web series follows a group of young people in Los Angeles trying to make it in hip hop. 9ine, From the website: “9INE provides a powerful spotlight on the decisions teens face when confronted with pregnancy.
Viewers are directed to resources and information that take into account many diverse perspectives.” 12 Steps to Recovery (creator: Tony Clomax), A well-shot romantic comedy about Parrish, who, dumped by his girlfriend, goes on 12 blind dates.
So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
Below is a list of scripted web shows (or webisodes), starring, marketed to or produced by black and people of color.
Via ’s Tatyana Ali, a socialite and publicist enduring lots of drama amidst L. During this very bad day, she and her friends face issues of sexuality, pregnancy, dating, race, and careers and, most importantly, handle them in fabulous clothes!
Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.
The Facebook group “Black Web Series” also updates a lot faster than I can (here’s their list), and ‘s articles on black programming, click here.
I’ve starred** personal favorites, popular series or ones worth checking out — though I haven’t seen every series in full, so please explore!