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Black-ish - Season 4 !EXCLUSIVE!



The fourth season of Black-ish aired from October 3, 2017, to May 15, 2018, on ABC in the United States. It is produced by Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment and ABC Studios, with creator Kenya Barris, who also serves as executive producer alongside Anthony Anderson, Brian Dobbins, Jonathan Groff and Helen Sugland.




Black-ish - Season 4



The would-be fourteenth episode of the season, titled "Please, Baby, Please", was shot in November 2017, and originally scheduled to air on February 27, 2018. However on February 22, 2018, ABC announced that the episode would be pulled from the schedule and that a repeat of a past episode would air instead.[23] USA Today stated that the episode "was apparently too political for the network".[24] An ABC spokesperson said that there "were creative differences we were unable to resolve".[25] On March 10, 2018, it was officially announced that the network had no plans to air the episode.[26] In the episode, Dre tries to read a bedtime story to Devante during a thunderstorm, but instead improvises a new story based on recent social and political issues in the United States.[27] It was added to Hulu on August 10, 2020.[28]


The fourteenth episode of the season, titled "Please, Baby, Please", was shot in November 2017, and originally scheduled to air on February 27, 2018. However on February 22, 2018, ABC announced that the episode would be pulled from the schedule and that a repeat of a past episode would air instead.[1] USA Today stated that the episode "was apparently too political for the network".[2] An ABC spokesperson said that there "were creative differences we were unable to resolve".[3] On March 10, 2018, it was officially announced that the network had no plans to air the episode.[4] In the episode, Dre tries to read a bedtime story to Devante during a thunderstorm, but instead improvises a new story based on recent social and political issues in the United States.[5]


The last four episodes of the ABC sitcom's fourth season were about a recent rough patch in Andre (Anthony Anderson) and Rainbow's (Tracee Ellis Ross) marriage, which ultimately led to the once-happy couple separating. In the season finale, Dre bought his dream home, where he could spend time with the kids on his days, and the episode dove into how Dre and Bow were adjusting to being apart from the first time in quite a while. However, the sudden death of Bow's father brought the couple back together and helped them realize they wanted to be there for each other.


"The thing we wanted to do as we moved into this episode was to show that when this couple got back together, we left the audience in a place knowing they were actually in this for real, and it's not about codependency and it's not because [being separated] was too hard," says black-ish creator Kenya Barris. "We wanted to show that one of the great things about having a great family is that they do have your back and support you."


Anthony Anderson is star and executive producer of ABC's Emmy-nominated sitcom black-ish. He has won two NAACP Image Awards and earned two Emmy nominations for his role as Dre, a family man that struggles to gain a sense of cultural identity while raising his kids in a predominantly white, upper-middle-class neighborhood. He stars opposite Tracee Ellis Ross and Laurence Fishburne.


Anderson has appeared in over 20 films, and his performance on Law & Order earned him his fourth consecutive NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series for the 2010 season. Before joining Law & Order, Anderson starred in the New Orleans-based drama K-Ville. Over the years, he has displayed his bountiful talent in the DreamWorks' blockbuster Transformers, directed by Michael Bay, as well as in Martin Scorsese's Oscar-winning feature, The Departed, alongside a stellar cast including Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon and Jack Nicholson.


Tracee Ellis Ross is the star of the Emmy-nominated ABC comedy series black-ish. For her role, Ross has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and won the 2015 and 2016 NAACP Image Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series. In addition, Ross was honored and acknowledged at the 2016 ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood luncheon, receiving the Fierce and Fearless award.


Ross is best known for her starring role on the hit sitcom Girlfriends, which ran for eight seasons on The UPN/CW network. Her role earned her eight NAACP Image Award nominations, including two wins, one in 2007 and another in 2009, in the category of Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series. She also starred in and produced the BET series Reed Between the Lines, which won her a third NAACP Image Award. Ross was also seen in the short film series FIVE, a collection of five short films that aired on Lifetime in October 2011. She appeared in Lili, directed by Alicia Keys and produced by Jennifer Aniston and Paula Wagner, among others.


Mr. Fishburne can be seen alongside Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross in the hit ABC series black-ish, for which he serves as executive producer through Cinema Gypsy. His performance garnered him a Peoples' Choice Award nomination for Favorite Actor in a New TV Show and a NAACP Image Award win for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Additionally, in 2016, black-ish received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series. Previously, he starred on the hit series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation for three seasons, and appeared alongside Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen in the NBC thriller series Hannibal.


Actress, activist and scholar Yara Shahidi stars as popular teen Zoey Johnson, an ambitious, technologically infatuated high school junior in the multi-award-winning ABC comedy series black-ish. Since the series debuted in September 2014, Yara has been awarded an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, nominated for a Teen Choice Award, and is the recipient of a 2016 Gracie Award for Female in a Breakthrough Role. The young star is definitely one of Hollywood's most heralded young talents, as she continues to use her platform to empower and inspire others.


Marsai relocated to Los Angeles in 2013, and, in a little more than 100 days, secured a major national commercial campaign with Meineke. That meteoric whirlwind also included being cast as the co-star in a number one network comedy. Marsai plays Diane Johnson on the ABC Emmy-nominated hit comedy black-ish. Alongside an all-star cast including Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross and Laurence Fishburne, the young starlet has stolen the hearts of viewers who tune in every week to see her mischievous antics on the show. Her work on the award-winning show has earned her two NAACP Image Awards in the categories of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and Young Artists Award for Best Performance in a TV Series, Supporting Young Actress, and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.


Jenifer Lewis is one of Hollywood's most familiar faces, with more than 300 appearances in film and television. Dubbed a "national treasure" by TV Guide.com, Jenifer currently stars on the Emmy-nominated black-ish on ABC, where her hilarious portrayal of Ruby Johnson earned her a nomination for the 2016 Critics Choice Award.


Jenifer's TV roles have ranged from regular appearances as Aunt Helen on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to guest star roles on Friends, Boston Legal and Girlfriends. For six seasons, Jenifer portrayed Lana Hawkins on Lifetime's hit series Strong Medicine.


Deon Cole plays the hilarious co-worker Charlie, on ABC's Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated comedy series black-ish. Cole can also be seen as one of the lead roles in TBS' Angie Tribeca, created by Nancy and Steve Carell, and in the feature film Barbershop 3. He can also be seen in the black-ish spinoff, grown-ish, as well as hosting Face Value, a game show produced by Wanda Sykes for BET.


Meacham is most known for playing the role of Josh Oppenhol in ABC's Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated comedy series black-ish, and a recurring role as Principal Bradford in the Nickelodeon series The Thundermans. He has been nominated for two Screen Actor Guild Awards for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series and three Emmy nominations for Best Comedy Series. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Christy Meyers, and two young sons.


Over the course of eight seasons, Black-ish carved out a name for itself by finding comedy in the rough parts of life, particularly when it came to being Black in the United States. And the series was mostly successful in its mission. That wasn't true for the arc at the end of Season 4 when Dre and Bow came dangerously close to divorcing. There weren't a lot of laughs to be found in those particular episodes.


BLACK-ISH - "Fifty-Three Percent" - Dre and Bow have been fighting more than usual, and they decide to go back to their therapist who suggests they make time for a date night. Meanwhile, after Devante's first birthday party, the bouncy house gets left behind, and Jack and Diane take advantage of it in different ways, on "black-ish," TUESDAY, APRIL 17 (9:00-9:30 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Eric McCandless)TRACEE ELLIS ROSS (DIRECTOR), MILES BROWN, MARSAI MARTIN, MARCUS SCRIBNER


For the fourth straight year, black-ish has earned additional episode orders. This season saw it move to anchor Tuesday nights, a move from its traditional Wednesday spot. It also sparked a spinoff on sister network Freeform, airing in 2018.


On Tuesday Jan. 4, the final season of Black-ish premiered on ABC. But before we say goodbye to the Johnson family, let's say hello to the celebrity guest stars of Black-ish past. And spoiler alert: there are a lot of them.


But Obama isn't the only amazing guest star to hang out with the Johnson fam. From Zendaya to Mary J. Blige, numerous actors and musical artists have appeared on the beloved sitcom. Oh, and who could forget the Girlfriends reunion in season six? We certainly haven't. 041b061a72


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