Gone are the days when we used to sit along with our family and enjoy some good African-American TV shows. There were also times, where we used to be glued to the TV and watch out favorite comedy sitcoms. Now, you can bring those times back because Netflix has received streaming rights to the 7 amazing Black shows.
On Wednesday, Netflix announced, that it will begin streaming a list of classic African-American series. Continue reading to find the names of series.
Users will now be able to stream classic African-American series on Netflix
Are you a classic series lover? Then the streaming giant is bringing a list of African-American series just for you this year in the United States. The classic shows will be mostly from the 1990s and early 2000s.
Popular classic shows like seasons 1-3 of The Game, Moesha, The Parkers, One on One, Girlfriends, Half & Half, as well as Sister Sister, will be soon available on Netflix in the coming weeks. Moreover, the official page of the streaming service’s Strong Black Lead also shared this exciting news.
Furthermore, some of the stars of numerous series also spoke on the importance of the announcement of new shows. Valerie Pettiford, who plays the role of Big Dee Dee Thorne in “Half & Half,” stated in the Instagram video that these series have changed the face of TV. You can watch the video clip below.
Release Date of the Shows
Netflix has taken a great initiative to launch new African-American series, which shows the creativity of Black content and Black creators. Fans were hoping for such series to launch in the streaming network, and their prayers have been heard.
Apart from that, the entire list of the series titles will be available by October 15, 2020. Moesha series is currently streaming on Netflix. It got released on August 1, 2020. The show stars Marcus T. Paulk, Brandy Norwood, and William Allen Young.
There are some speculations that The Game season 1 will release on August 15, 2020. Moreover, Sister Sister will launch on September 1, 2020. Also, Girlfriends and The Parkers will air on September 11, and October 1, 2020, respectively. Lastly, it will wrap up with One on One and Half & Half on October 15, 2020. You can catch more details about the upcoming African-American shows on YouTube. The link is added below.
Stay tuned for more updates about the shows.