Television is a beautiful thing, a never ending source of brand new entertainment for the mind to ingest, digest, whatever sort of est your into, we've got you with today's premieres!

Underground Railroad

Cora, a slave who's escaped a plantation in Georgia, hops on a train up North with an infamous slave catcher on her trail. Starring Thuso Mbedu as Cora and directed by the incomparable Barry Jenkins, this Prime Video drama series promises to keep the heart beating and the eyes open.

Chicken Squad

A new crime fighting trio that can't be stopped is making its way to Disney Jr. They're ready, they're able, they're chickens.


This new docuseries premiering tonight at 8 on FX covers 6 decades of the LGBTQ struggle for equality, just in time for Pride Month!


Netflix, per usual, has an entire war chest of content for us this Friday, so here's a quick rundown:

Halston, a drama series based on the life of the acclaimed artist starring Ewan McGregor.

Season three of the hit horror series Haunted debuts today.

Move to Heaven, a Korean drama series about a man released from prison who's tasked with watching his nephew with autism spectrum disorder.

Alma Maters, Inside the IIT Dream, which covers the details of the Indian IIT exam and the stress within thoroughly.

Black Love

Courtesy of the Oprah Winfrey Network is the fifth season Black Love, an unscripted show that chronicles the lives and beautiful love of African American couples.


Growing up is never easy, especially when you have a baby on the way. Apple TV+ is back with another dramedy to grip the hearts and tickle the ribs.

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

There has been absolutely nothing short of drama on screen and off for Joshua Bassett, Olivia Rodrigo and crew, and season two promises to be just as spicy as the tabloids!

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As a kid who grew up in Detroit in the 80's and 90's, John Salley is sports royalty to me! So when I got a chance to interview one of my boyhood idols about his newest acting role, I said ''yes" immediately.