After not being able to host an in-person premiere event in 2020 for the debut of Power Book II: Ghost due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Starz rolled out the black carpet at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City for the premiere of Power Book III: Raising Kanan.
After a postponed release, Michael B. Jordan’s Without Remorse, a take on Tom Clancy’s novel of the same name will arrive for streaming on Amazon Prime Video on April 30th.
Less than a year prior to the infamous Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman murder that shook pop culture in the mid-nineties, tragedy befell the man who was hailed as the greatest basketball player alive Michael Jordan, when his father James Jordan Sr. was found dead in August 1993. While the trial for Jordan’s murderers may not have gotten the attention that the trials of OJ Simpson, and Yolanda Saldivar that took place within the year prior, IMDB TV Originals Moment of Truth has shed new light on the case, the trial and the media to answer was the wrong man convicted for Jordan’s murder?
In late 2019, Oscar-nominated actress Cynthia Erivo was cast as the “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin in National Geographic’s Genius: Aretha mini-series.
Aretha Franklin once famously sang about pink Cadillacs, and on Thursday (March 11th), National Geographic premiered episode one of Genius: Aretha, an eight-part limited series about the life and career of Aretha Franklin at drive-in movie theaters across the United States including in Franklin’s hometown of Detroit.
After a two-year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic and after the death of show creator John Singleton, Singleton’s FX series Snowfall returned for season four.
Check out the recap of the virtual press conference featuring the cast of Coming 2 America, the long-awaited sequel to the classic film Coming to America!
Check out our exclusive interview with Jordin Sparks on her brand new Christmas album, Cider & Hennesy!
OWN will kick off their 2020 holiday movie season with the premiere of ‘A Christmas For Mary” on Tuesday (December 8th).
The Soul Train Awards will return to BET this year on Sunday (November 29th), bringing soulful performances from a variety of R&B and Soul music artists such as Brandy, Babyface, Jazmine Sullivan, Charlie Wilson, CeeLo Green, Ella Mai, Lucky Daye, Smokey Robinson and the sixth annual Lady of Soul honoree Monica. The show will follow the theme of “Feed Your Soul” and Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell will return to host this year. The Knockturnal got the chance to chat with some of this year’s performers and special guests during a Zoom virtual press conference in which they expressed their excitement.