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  1. 'Hamilton's' Daveed Diggs Joins 'Black-ish' for Season 3 Arc

    1:56 pm 7/20/2016

    The Tony winner will play the brother of Tracee Ellis Ross' character.Read more

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  2. Anthony Anderson Talks Emmy Nomination Enthusiasm: "I Had to Scream"

    1:12 pm 7/14/2016

    "In rehearsal we read the nominees from last year, and Anthony was just as excited to read his name from last year," co-presenter Lauren Graham told THR. "But I’m sure it felt even better to get to do it again, here, and with his co-star and the show itself."Read more

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  3. Emmys 2016: Anthony Anderson Delivers Excited Nominations Announcement

    10:01 am 7/14/2016

    The 'Black-ish' star couldn't contain his enthusiasm as he, co-star Tracee Ellis Ross and the ABC series were all recognized on Thursday morning.Read more

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  4. Emmys 2016: TV Honors Embrace Diversity With 21 Non-White Acting Nominees

    9:16 am 7/14/2016

    The recognition comes on the heels of the #OscarsSoWhite controversy earlier this year.Read more

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  5. 'Black-ish' Creator Kenya Barris on Walking a "Fine Line" for Difficult Discussions With Kids

    5:00 am 7/11/2016

    "Police brutality is one that for me in particular, I had to have that conversation with my young sons, because they did not understand why the protestors were mad."Read more

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  6. 'Black-ish' Set Visit: Behind the Scenes With Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross

    9:30 am 6/21/2016

    The castmembers and crew behind ABC’s hit family comedy find the humor in such tough topics as police brutality, social class and the N-word and manage to "stay funny without making fun of the heavier subject matter."Read more

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  7. How 'Black-ish,' 'Transparent' and More Comedy Series Tackle Racism: "We Just Can't Run From Having These Conversations"

    9:00 am 6/9/2016

    'Master of None' star Aziz Ansari and 'Modern Family' co-creator Steven Levitan reveal how their shows and others mine social issues not seen in TV comedies since the 1970s: "I think you can accomplish more by being subtle and expressing what the characters are going through rather than preaching too much," says Levitan.Read more

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  8. 'Black-ish' Creator Kenya Barris on "Walking Fine Line" For Difficult Discussions with Kids

    4:30 am 6/9/2016

    "Police brutality is one that for me in particular, I had to have that conversation with my young sons, because they did not understand why the protestors were mad."Read more

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  9. Comedy Showrunner Roundtable: Reunions You’ll Never See (Sorry, 'Friends' Fans!), Diversity and How to Write Sex Scenes

    10:32 am 6/8/2016

    Six comedy series chiefs — Kenya Barris, Nahnatchka Khan, Marta Kauffman, Aline Brosh McKenna, David Mandel and Alan Yang — let it rip on the sex acts they still can’t believe they got past Standards (yes, "chicken cooping" is a real thing), why they don’t like spinoffs and the challenges that come with trying to tell your story when you don’t look like everyone else in Hollywood: "Black people don’t get to write for white people."Read more

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