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  1. 'Dear White People': TV Review | SXSW 2017

    9:34 pm 3/13/2017

    Justin Simien's 'Dear White People' transfers to series format without losing any of its satirical edge.Read more

  2. This Week in TV Trailers: 'Stranger Things,' 'Iron Fist' and More Netflix Debuts

    9:00 am 2/11/2017

    A Peak TV guide to the upcoming new and returning series as well as episodes that shouldn't be missed.Read more

  3. Nia Long Joins Netflix's 'Dear White People' Series

    8:00 am 9/29/2016

    She will recur on the forthcoming adaptation of the 2014 film.Read more

  4. Netflix Sets Cast for 'Dear White People' TV Series

    8:00 am 7/21/2016

    'Powers' actress Logan Browning will take on the role played by Tessa Thompson in the movie, while Brandon Bell will reprise his part.Read more

  5. 'Dear White People' TV Series Based on Movie a Go at Netflix

    10:00 am 5/5/2016

    Justin Simien will write the 10-episode comedy series as well as direct the premiere installment.Read more

  6. 'Dear White People' Director Tackling Musical for Charles King's Media Company (Exclusive)

    9:01 am 10/22/2015

    Justin Simien will write and helm the untitled project about race and culture for King's new venture, Macro.Read more

  7. New TV, Movies on Amazon in September: 'Hand of God,' 'Dear White People,' 'Little Giants,' and More

    9:17 am 8/22/2015

    Other films available to stream next month include 'Serendipity,' 'Desperately Seeking Susan' and 'Men, Women & Children.'Read more

  8. NAACP Image Awards: The Winners

    6:47 pm 2/6/2015

    'Selma,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 'black-ish' were among the big winners.Read more

  9. Ava DuVernay to Speak at Film Independent Directors Close-Up Series

    1:56 pm 1/13/2015

    The lineup also includes Richard Linklater and Dan Gilroy.Read more

  10. NAACP Image Awards Nominations: 'Selma,' 'Get On Up' Land Top Film Nods

    10:10 am 12/9/2014

    'Black-ish,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 'Scandal' are among the top TV nomineesRead more

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