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Tracy Morgan Talks New TV Show, Second Chances, And Why He Wanted To Be 'Inclusive'

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Tracy Morgan has a ready answer when asked about getting a second chance after his near-fatal crash three years ago. 314 more words

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Black sitcom to rewatch in celebration of black history month

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A Different World

The Game

Girlfriends

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

One On One

All of us

That’s So Raven

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Little Known Black History Fact: ‘The Cosby Show’

The Cosby Show remains one of the most revolutionary television series in history and remains an inspiration for hit Black sitcoms like black-ish and others. The series made its debut on this day in 1984, but is now largely gone from the public eye due to Bill Cosby’s sexual assault allegations. 209 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: ‘The Cosby Show’

The Cosby Show remains one of the most revolutionary television series in history and remains an inspiration for hit Black sitcoms like black-ish and others. The series made its debut on this day in 1984, but is now largely gone from the public eye due to Bill Cosby’s sexual assault allegations. 209 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: ‘The Cosby Show’

The Cosby Show remains one of the most revolutionary television series in history and remains an inspiration for hit Black sitcoms like black-ish and others. The series made its debut on this day in 1984, but is now largely gone from the public eye due to Bill Cosby’s sexual assault allegations. 209 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: ‘The Cosby Show’

The Cosby Show remains one of the most revolutionary television series in history and remains an inspiration for hit Black sitcoms like black-ish and others. The series made its debut on this day in 1984, but is now largely gone from the public eye due to Bill Cosby’s sexual assault allegations. 209 more words

Tom Joyner

Little Known Black History Fact: ‘The Cosby Show’

The Cosby Show remains one of the most revolutionary television series in history and remains an inspiration for hit Black sitcoms like black-ish and others. The series made its debut on this day in 1984, but is now largely gone from the public eye due to Bill Cosby’s sexual assault allegations. 209 more words

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