I’ve watched the ABC series Blackish only once or twice, but I did watch it Wednesday night, and was not just pleasantly surprised but pleasantly astonished. The plot revolves around the sit-com father’s dismay that his daughter has lost her faith and his efforts to bring her back to it. I’m not going to endorse every theological, racial, and political point in it, but it’s enough that a network television show makes a Christian appear not only sympathetic but basically right, has you pulling for him, and has a resolution in which he not only succeeds but is vindicated.
Money, money, money was the theme on Wednesday night’s edition of ABC’s Blackish, titled “Keeping Up with the Johnsons.”
The two week hiatus that ABC’s Blackish took from any discernible bias or controversy came to a sudden and violent end on Wednesday night, in an episode titled ‘Hope’.
Wednesday's episode of ABC sitcom Blackish treated Republican African Americans as abnormality that could not be tolerated. Father Dre Johnson, played by actor Anthony Anderson, began the show by proclaiming: "There are certain thin...
Wednesday night’s episode of ABC's Blackish aired on October the 14 th. Yet, Blackish is not the type of show to let a little thing like the pesky network programming schedule get in the way of taking a belated shot at Columbus Day.