Prentice Penny’s ‘Black Twitter’ Doc Set to Debut on Hulu

Jason Parham’s WIRED article is coming to the small screen next month! Prentice Penny, a writer and producer known for his work on shows like Insecure and Girlfriends, has now developed a new Hulu docuseries titled Black Twitter: A People’s History. This three-part series dives into the birth, rise, and cultural impact of Black Twitter, […]

Historic Black Community of Hogan’s Alley Explored in New ‘Union Street’ Documentary

Black history is being highlighted in some new ways at the Vancouver International Film Festival! This year’s festival included the feature-length documentary, “Union Street,” which documents the history of Hogan’s Alley in Vancouver, Canada. The formerly Black neighborhood was destroyed by the construction of the Georgia viaduct in the 1970s. The doc intersperses interviews with […]

Shonda Rhimes to Executive Produce ‘Black Barbie’ Documentary for Netflix

Barbie is back! And this time, the history of the first Black Barbie doll is being told. Shondaland and Netflix have acquired worldwide rights to “Black Barbie,” a documentary about three Black women at Mattel who played a huge role in the first Black Barbie doll being made, Variety reports. The first Black Barbie doll […]

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