The Screen

Even cable networks get scammed sometimes. That was the case for the A&E Channel who cancelled their upcoming KKK documentary which was intended to serve as a close look at anti-hate extractors focused on helping people leave the Ku Klux Klan. In a statement released over the weekend, the network said that they’ve decided not to air […]

Before he was Prisoner No. 0264892, O.J. Simpson was a star. In ESPN's five-part 30 for 30 documentary about "The Juice," the story takes a look at where he grew up and went to school

Serena Williams is taking her talents to the small screen. On Thursday, the tennis great announced that her new documentary Serena: The Other Side Of Greatness is set to air next month on Epix. It’s been a hot year for Williams, who recently showed off her twerking skills in the sexy video for Beyoncé‘s Lemonade single “Sorry.” […]

The Life

Chris Brown came into the game as a young kid fresh out of high school and in two short years, he became one of the biggest stars in the world.

The Screen

If the film truly mirrors Rihanna's life, this should be interesting.

The provocative “Making A Murderer” documentary quickly gained national attention when it appeared on Netflix in December 2015. And now, one of its key players is set to receive his own TV show. Click on the audio player to hear more information in this edition of the Early Morning Evening News on The Ed Lover Show.  

Breezy's autobiographical documentary will set the record straight about his past controversies and troubled image.

Like clockwork, J. Cole has dropped off the third installment of his "Road To Homecoming" series in partnership with HBO.

The Sound

  Following the release of his “Sweet Life” single with Janelle Monae and his appearance on Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, Jeezy releases his Seen It All documentary. The 24-minute black and white documentary features behind the scenes footage of Jeezy touring around the country. In an effort to promote the release of […]

The Voice

Tonight, MTV aired their eye-opening “White People” documentary that gave viewers a first-hand look at white privilege through the eyes of young white people speaking on the topic with a variety of other young students of other races. As expected, the documentary sparked much discussion on social media. Among the mixed sentiments flying around as the […]

The Screen

#FutureHive, brace yourselves. After announcing the upcoming release of Dirty Sprite 2, Future also released his first single from the new album. Now, we have our first look at his documentary with today’s release of “Like I Never Left” (Part 1). In the five-minute clip, we get a rare glimpse at Future’s personal side, as he discusses his […]

The Screen

Jay Z seemed to cement his narrative with a single line almost exactly ten years ago. Quoting it has long since been passe and yet he’ll likely never utter another as relevant to his second-act: “I’m not a businessman, I’m a business man,” he raps on the remix to Kanye West’s “Diamonds From Sierra Leone.” In the same verse […]