The Night Time Is the Right Time: A Retrospective

November 2015
Ebony;Nov2015, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p34
The article informs that 74 lead roles were cast for Black people during the 2015 television (TV) season, which is a historic high the history of U.S. TV, as well as mentions that the Black family on U.S. TV did not begin with "The Cosby Show" and will not end with it either.


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