In the new AMC drama series, 61st Street, Courtney B. Vance stars as Franklin Roberts, a lawyer working to prevent Tosin Cole's character, Moses Johnson, from becoming a victim of Chicago's infamously corrupt criminal justice system. In addition to telling the all-too-familiar story of... Read More.
Angela Bassett and husband Courtney B. Vance are serving as executive producers of the docuseries One Thousand Years of Slavery, which will premiere on the Smithsonian Channel during Black History Month on Monday, February 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Debbie Allen, Lorraine Toussaint, Soledad O’Brien, CCH Pounder, and Dulé Hill are among... Read More.
Netflix has set an October 29 release date for their Colin Kaepernick-centered series Colin in Black & White. As previously reported, the limited series, which follows Kaepernick's journey to becoming a civil-rights activist and professional football player, focuses on the athlete's young-adult years growing up... Read More.
Courtney Stodden clearly doesn't have much sympathy for Chrissy Teigen's latest social media post about the consequences for her former penchant for cyberbullying. The now non-binary Stodden posted a TikTok video of themself giggling, superimposed over screenshots of Teigen's latest online... Read More.
While Target representatives are apparently not happy about the cyber-bullying accusations against one of its brand-name stars, Chrissy Teigen, it's calling it coincidence that Teigen's line of cookware was pulled from its shelves this week. Teigen, has been accused of bullying former reality star Courtney... Read More.
(NOTE LANGUAGE) And the Chrissy Teigen, Courtney Stodden drama continues. On May 12, Teigen issued an apology to Stodden for past tweets and messages telling the then-teenager that "I can’t wait for you to die." "Not a lot of people are lucky enough to be held accountable for all their... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Courtney B. Vance shares a rare side of himself in the upcoming anthology series Genius: Aretha. Vance, who plays Aretha Franklin's father, C.L. Franklin, tells ABC Audio that channeling the "singing preacher" demanded a lot from him. "We're gonna hear some singing from me, so I definitely had to flex the... Read More.