The Real Housewives Of Atlanta has returned for its 11th season. And despite over a decade on-air, the Bravo smash is losing none of its sassy steam.

Already delivering on its promise of shady twists and turns, the latest outing of the ensemble title is proving a must-see.

Want to know what Nene, Kandi, Porsha Cynthia, Eva and new addition Shamari DeVoe will be serving up on episode 16 / season 11?

Watch a sneak peek below to find out out below…


ABC hit ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ is back for a firework filled-fifth season.

The legal drama, which stars Emmy winner Viola Davis, follows a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant criminal defence professor.

Last season brought with it a countless list of shocking twists and the newest run is already delivering a whole lot more. Particularly with the addition of Rome Flynn.

It all makes for a riveting watch. And like millions, we’re all sorts of hooked!

Peep the preview of episode 14 / season 5 – titled ‘Make Me The Enemy’ below…


Octavia Spencer has joined Kenya Barris and Anne Hathaway in the forthcoming ‘Witches’ remake.

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It’s almost a year since Mo’Nique‘s infamous Netflix boycott and the comedienne is still making headlines.

This time it’s due to a televised clash with longtime friend Steve Harvey.

The funnyman invited Mo onto his show to promote her upcoming Las Vegas residency.

During the visit, the conversation took a turn towards tense when the pair proceeded to have a frank dialogue about her allegations of being “blackballed” by notable Hollywood figures.

And while prior narrations of the matter have seen Mo take charge, Harvey did not hold back in unpacking how disappointed he was in her methods.

Declaring that he was coming from a place of love, he denounced her aggressive approach and rhetorically questioned how she felt she could be helping anyone while consistently X’ing herself out of important circles.

Watch the explosive exchange below…


After 15 years on air, The X Factor is being given the chop by its creator Simon Cowell — according to new reports.

Details below…


Jussie Smollett is infuriated by those who suggest that he fabricated the racist attack he went through in an exclusive interview with ABC News.

The entertainer has been forced to combat insulting claims that he was attacked as he tried to meet a stranger for sex even though the Chicago Police Department insists that nothing in the evidence they have gathered points to such a sordid scenario.

Watch the brave black man defend himself against lowly gossip below…


Octavia Spencer steps into the world of horror for ‘MA’….the brand new movie set to rock moviegoers when it drops this year.

Its story sees the actress play a lady who wreaks havoc on a small town when she sets her evil sights on a group of teens who are left helpless and in grave danger when she strikes!

You won’t believe what happens next.

Trailer below…


Authorities in Chicago have announced that they have no reason to believe the actor Jussie Smollett is lying about the incident which set upon by two racist thugs.

Full story below…


Fans of the athlete Jahleel Addae have urged him to examine his views on race and motivations behind his relationship with his wife after he posted a video celebrating the fact that his children are light-skinned.

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Nick Cannon is taking on Hollywood’s habit of overlooking problematic behaviour when carried out by its leading stars.

First on his list? Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, both of whom sported Blackface in the formative stages of their careers.

Watch below…


Alfre Woodard is…Juanita.

Exciting news below…


Disney seeks to ease worries that the ever-talented Will Smith won’t be able to live up to the incomparably big shoes of late funnyman Robin Williams by unveiling the first look at the former as ‘Genie’ in the forthcoming live action remake of ‘Aladdin.’

The first look earned jeers from viewers as it showed the rapper/actor in human form and not blue as the character is depicted in the animated version.  Now, we get our first real peek at the finished product!

With Mena Massoud as ‘Aladdin,’ Naomi Scott as ‘Jasmin,’ Marwan Kenzari as ‘Jafar,’ Navid Negahban as ‘Sultan,’ and many more, look inside for the newest trailer for the film ahead of its May 24th premiere.