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      Season 7 – black-ish

      2020 Comedy TRAILER for Black-ish: Season 7 Trailer List
      100% 5 Reviews Tomatometer 41% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Dre Johnson (Anthony Anderson) has it all: a great job, a beautiful wife, Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross), four kids and a big home in a classy neighborhood, but as a black man, he begins to question whether all his success has brought too much cultural assimilation for his family. With the help of his father (Laurence Fishburne), Dre begins to try to create a sense of ethnic identity for the members of his family that will allow them to honor their background while preparing them to embrace the future. Read More Read Less Watch on Vudu Premiered Oct 05 Buy Now

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Oct 4, 2020 Election Special Pt. 1 Junior is excited about his first time voting but discovers he has been purged from the voter rolls; he does a deep dive into why -- trying to understand the systems in place for voter registration. Details Episode 2 Aired Oct 4, 2020 Election Special Pt. 2 Dre's colleague Stevens makes an ill-advised decision to run for Congress, so Dre enlists his family's help and campaigns against him. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 21, 2020 Hero Pizza As a first responder at the beginning of the pandemic, Bow receives her family's praise for her work, but over time, the family loses its enthusiasm; Dre tries to convince everyone that he is an essential worker. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 28, 2020 Dre at Home Order Dre underestimates how hard operating during a pandemic will be for the Johnsons; Junior's attempts to bring his girlfriend closer to the family are stymied by the new realities of social distancing. Details Episode 5 Aired Nov 4, 2020 Age Against the Machine Dre and Junior butt heads over the most effective way to protest in the age of social media; Jack grows jealous as Diane starts to hang out with the older kids at school. Details Episode 6 Aired Nov 18, 2020 Our Wedding Dre Dre's intimate wedding plans for Pops and Ruby go awry when Pops' brother, Uncle Norman, shows up unexpectedly for the festivities; Ruby refuses Bow's offer to help with preparations. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 25, 2020 Babes in Boyland Dre and Bow find out that Diane has a secret social media account; Junior and Ruby confess to their romantic partners about little lies they've told since their relationships began. Details Episode 8 Aired Dec 2, 2020 Compton Around the Christmas Tree Dre realizes he's out of touch with his roots after Junior claims he's turned into a "valley dad," so he takes the family to his hometown of Compton; Bow tries to teach Jack and Diane about the spirit of giving by having them volunteer in Compton. Details Episode 9 Aired Jan 26, 2021 black-out When the power goes out in the neighborhood, Dre's instinct is to go into survival mode and stockpile essentials; Junior desperately searches for a place to charge his phone to get in touch with Olivia. Details Episode 10 Aired Feb 2, 2021 What About Gary? Going against Bow's warning, Dre tries to educate her white cousin Gary about how to be an ally; Olivia tries to impress Junior's family by attempting to psychoanalyze everyone and their relationships with one another. Details Episode 11 Aired Feb 9, 2021 First Trap Bow makes history as the first Black female partner at her hospital; Bow struggles with the burden of being a trailblazer at her hospital and tries to mentor others. Details Episode 12 Aired Feb 16, 2021 High Water Mark Dre is hesitant about recreational use after catching Junior and Oliva smoking weed together; Diane asks Jack to help her with her senior prank, and he is happy to be included. Details Episode 13 Aired Feb 23, 2021 The Mother and Child De-Union Bow and Junior take Olivia and her mother to brunch to celebrate Junior's birthday; Jack is jealous that his new crush wants to hang out with Diane instead of him. Details Episode 14 Aired Mar 2, 2021 Things Done Changed After trying to prove to Diane that hip-hop isn't dead, Dre realizes he may be out of touch with current trends; Jack thinks that he has become Bow's best friend. Details Episode 15 Aired Mar 23, 2021 Jack's First Stand When Jack decides to go vegan, Dre is unsupportive because he is worried about messing up their bonding nights where they both eat barbecue and watch MMA fights together; Diane wants to buy a limited-edition Beyoncé doll with her allowance. Details Episode 16 Aired Mar 30, 2021 100 Yards and Runnin' Bow and Dre let their competitive streaks out during their family game night; Junior and Olivia are at a turning point in their relationship when one person says "I love you." Details Episode 17 Aired Apr 6, 2021 Move-In Ready Against the warnings of Dre and his co-workers, Junior is resolute about his decision to move in with Olivia; Bow challenges Dre to get comfortable being alone. Details Episode 18 Aired Apr 20, 2021 My Dinner with Andre Junior Junior and Olivia invite an excited Bow and Dre over for dinner in their new apartment, but upon arrival, they immediately become concerned with the young couple's living conditions; Diane bonds with Pops as she asks for his advice on dating. Details Episode 19 Aired Apr 27, 2021 Missions & Ambitions After having a conversation about deal breakers in relationships with Bow, Dre realizes that he gave up on some of his goals in life and begins tackling them; Junior worries Olivia might leave him after she mentions her deal breakers. Details Episode 20 Aired May 11, 2021 Snitches Get Boundaries After one of Dre's secrets with Pops is spilled to Ruby, he realizes that his relationships with each of his parents have changed since they got married; Bow surprises Jack and Diane with a brand-new car and tries to teach the twins how to drive. Details Episode 21 Aired May 18, 2021 Urban Legend Dre feels pigeonholed to the urban marketing team at Stevens & Lido and realizes he needs to make some big career changes; Boyz II Men stop by the office to help out the team with a campaign pitch; Junior has to deal with the twins. Details Next
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      Critics Reviews

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      Previous Ashley Ray-Harris AV Club Black-ish's "Election Special" is full of family-friendly moments you can send to frustrated and/or frustrating relatives prior to Election Day. B+ Oct 30, 2020 Full Review Lorraine Ali Los Angeles Times In short, each member of the Johnson family represents a different aspect of dealing with life during COVID-19, while also poking fun at how well we are or are not managing this seemingly endless crisis. Oct 30, 2020 Full Review Verne Gay Newsday TV comedies, especially good ones like "black-ish" and "The Conners," know when they have to "pivot," but especially know when to arrive back at the same place where all sitcoms eventually end up: In the warm, swaddling embrace of family. 3/4 Oct 30, 2020 Full Review Scott D. Pierce Salt Lake Tribune It's funny. It'll make you laugh while it makes you think. Well, viewers who aren't angry and closed-minded will laugh and think. Oct 30, 2020 Full Review Joyce Slaton Common Sense Media By slipping sly commentary into smooth, expert comedy, Black-ish scores -- expect this special to spark many a kitchen-table conversation, and possibly even inspire the next generation of activists. 4/5 Oct 30, 2020 Full Review Next
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      Previous Audience Member Straight to the point and not shy to say out loud, what everyone thinks, deep within . Much love from South Africa ! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member really good transition with not having davante Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Not funny and unlikeable characters Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member Uhhhh just wasn't funny at all or original other than the title. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Audience Member This show is not getting the respect and attention it deserves! It tackles extremely sensitive social issues in a light and fast way (less than 30 minutes) while not sugar coating and standing it's ground! All while making us laugh! It's by far one of my favorite shows! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review videsh n The Show started off great, adding the "-ish" to let you know that its flipping the usual script that we're used to. Its about a family who is settled into a new life. that was great.. Yet now the series has become a church that wants to preach to me of how i should live my life, think about others and what to do in society. All the entertainment this show once had, is now lost on messages im not interested in. Hollywood wants to teach us how to act, live & breath, and yet they cant live their own lives without their publisist telling them what to do.. Please just entertain and dont teach!! The same thing happened with Grown-ish i used to ove these shows now i'd rather watch youtube videos that dig into shows like this. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Director
      Matthew A. Cherry, Eric Dean Seaton, Natalia Anderson, Fred Savage
      Executive Producer
      Kenya Barris, Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Helen Sugland, Courtney Lilly, Laura Gutin, E. Brian Dobbins, Michael Petok
      Screenwriter
      Lisa Muse Bryant, Christian Lander, Robb Chavis, Melanie Boysaw, Steven White, Graham Towers, Eric Horsted, Ben Deeb
      Network
      ABC
      Rating
      TV-PG (L)
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Oct 4, 2020
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