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Black-ish Star Yara Shahidi for President? I Qualify in 2035 (Exclusive)

Black-ish star Yara Shahidi has ambitions that go way beyond television. How far beyond? Lets just say the Harvard-bound 17-year-old knows off the top of her head what year shell qualify to run for U.S. president. At TheWraps Power Women Breakfast in San Francisco on Thursday, TheWrap Editor-in-Chief Sharon Waxman asked featured speaker Shahidi whether she would ever consider running for office after the actress delivered a powerful speech about identity issues in America. Well, I qualify in 2035! Shahidi said to cheers from the audience. ...Read More... //

Black-ish Star Yara Shahidi on Magical Improv Moments on Set (Exclusive Video)

Black-ish star Yara Shahidi can feel it when a particular scene is going really well in the moment. I think whats funny is that I can tell in scenes when I am completely, 100 percent comfortable, the actress told TheWrap. Because the improv that happens because of it is magical, and Im just like, How did I think of that? How did they think of that? So I just watched a piece of a scene from that episode, where I was like, whoa, not too shabby, Yara!' Shahidi also discussed which aspect of her character Zoey she got to develop more which will surely be in store since Freeform has picked up a spinoff series based on her college experience.   ...Read More... //

'Black-ish' Spinoff 'College-ish' Officially Ordered to Series at Freeform

The 13-episode comedy starring Yara Shahidi and Deon Cole will premiere in early 2018. ...Read More... //

Black-ish Renewed for Season 4 at ABC

ABC has renewed black-ish for Season 4. Stacy Traub is joining the show as an executive producer for Season 4, having extended her overall deal with ABC Studios for an additional two years. The sitcom was created by Kenya Barris and starsAnthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross. It was nominated for three Emmys last year, including best comedy seriesand acting nods for Anderson and Ross, and a spinoff is in the works. ...Read More... //

Black-ish Ends Its Season With Laughter and Tears

  Black-ish is at its best when it's most personal, and it's hard to get more personal than an episode like "Sprinkles," its Season 3 finale. The episode's story, which deals with a family crisis when Bow ( Tracee Ellis Ross ) is diagnosed with preeclampsia and has to undergo an emergency c-section to ...Read More...   //

ABC's 'Black-ish' Spinoff Moving to Freeform

The comedy starring Yara Shahidi is near a series pickup at ABC's younger-skewing corporate sibling. ...Read More... //

'Black-ish' Creator Renews Overall Deal With ABC

Kenya Barris has inked a new four-year pact with ABC Studios and has multiple projects in the works with the network.  ...Read More... //

Black-ish Just Applied for a Zoey at College Spin-Off, and We Accept

  Wednesday's episode of Black-ish , "Liberal Arts," was a backdoor pilot -- a pilot episode for a spin-off disguised as an episode of the mother series -- for a potential spin-off focused on Zoey Johnson's ( Yara Shahidi ) adventures at college written by Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and executive ... ...Read More...   //

Black-ish Spin-off Adds Veep and SNL Stars

The proposed spin-off of ABC's Black-ish just got a lot closer to being a real contender for next season, thanks to commitments from two funny dudes. Veep 's Matt Walsh and Saturday Night Live vet Chris Parnell have agreed to join the spin-off should it go to series, Deadline says. The spin-off would ...Read More... //

Chris Brown on black-ish: A Great Comedy Makes a Serious Error

You might not have realized that Chris Browns guest appearance on black-ish happened Wednesday night. Thats likely because, after an initial publicity push, the show made hardly a peep about his participation in this weeks episode. If the pullback happened because ABC is ashamed of being associated with Brown, good: It should be. Brown is [] //