Fox's Empire Strikes, Then Strikes Again

Holloway, Daniel
February 2015
Broadcasting & Cable;2/2/2015, Vol. 145 Issue 5, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the continuous rise in the ratings of the midseason television series "Empire" in 2015. Topics covered include the implications of the television program for African Americans. Also mentioned is the importance of the drama themed series to depict the experiences of its viewers.


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