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‘Black-ish’ Brought Viewers Truth, Laughter and a Different American Dream

Reginald Ponder “I’m just a Black dude who is living his version of the American dream,” Anthony Anderson’s character, Andre “Dre” Johnson, announces in the Season 8 finale of ABC’s “Black-ish.” His statement signals the Johnson family’s accomplishments and adjustment over the show’s groundbreaking run of 176 episodes, which exceeded the expectations of all concerned, not least creator Kenya Barris. “At first, I was hoping for a second episode,” he admits.He also never saw “Black-ish” becoming both a landmark TV comedy series and a cultural touchstone. To date, the show has garnered 42 NAACP Image Awards amongst 70 nominations, 25 Emmy nominations with a contemporary hairstyling win, a Peabody, a 2015 Television Academy Honors award and a Golden Globe for Tracee Ellis Ross.

“Black-ish” won acclaim for tackling tough topics head on, including police brutality, using the N-word, being biracial, Black hair and Juneteenth’s significance, while always facilitating laughter amidst nuanced conversation. Throughout, the writers gave each Johnson family member hopes and aspirations of their own.

Dr. Rainbow “Bow” Johnson (Ross), Zoey (Yara Shahidi), Andre “Junior” (Marcus Scribner), twins Jack and Diane (Miles Brown and Marsai Martin) and newest arrival Devante (August and Berlin Gross) weren’t just add-ons to Dre’s life.

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Reginald Ponder “I’m just a Black dude who is living his version of the American dream,” Anthony Anderson’s character, Andre “Dre” Johnson, announces in the Season 8 finale of ABC’s “Black-ish.” His statement signals the Johnson family’s accomplishments and adjustment over the show’s groundbreaking run of 176 episodes, which exceeded the expectations of all concerned, not least creator Kenya Barris. “At first, I was hoping for a second episode,” he admits.He also never saw “Black-ish” becoming both a landmark TV comedy series and a cultural touchstone. To date, the show has garnered 42 NAACP Image Awards amongst 70 nominations, 25 Emmy nominations with a contemporary hairstyling win, a Peabody, a 2015 Television Academy Honors award and a Golden Globe for Tracee Ellis Ross.
Joe Otterson TV ReporterThe “Daria” spinoff “Jodie” is taking shape, but will now be an animated film rather than a series as originally announced. In addition, Variety has learned exclusively that the spinoff has set its main cast.It was previously announced that Tracee Ellis Ross will voice the title role of Jodie, Daria’s friend from high school.

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