By: Donovan Mack
This fall 2018, is the start of many new seasons flourishing. African-American content has also been rising in ratings for the past few years, but this season many new and current TV shows will be releasing new TV seasons for the culture. Here's a list to name a few in no particular order.
9. Rel on FOX
Another sitcom for the culture. This new series on Fox stars Lil Rel Howery, from Get Out, and it's supposed to be super dope. To set the scene, the main character, Rel finds out his wife had an affair with his barber, but we’ll just leave it at that. The series premieres at 9:00PM on September 9th.
8. 911 on FOX
The highly suspenseful and very dramatic series 911 stars everyone's favorite auntie Ms. Angela Basset and many more. The first season did really well ratings wise and got a great reception from fans. The new season premieres Sunday, September 3rd after the NFL.
7. Empire on FOX
Yes, people still do watch empire. And yes a lot of people lost love for the Lyons especially from the creation of Power, but they are still on TV making a good storyline and keeping fans watching. The new season of Empire premieres September 26 at 8pm.
6. Star on FOX
Another great show on FOX. Although FOX news is complete trash, the culture can appreciate a show like this one. Star features many real-life stars such as Queen Latifah, Ryan Destiny, Patti Labelle, and Brandy. The new season of Star premieres September 26 at 9pm.
5. Power on STARZ
We already know the new season of Power is already underway but the show was definitely made for the culture. Although he may not write for the show, 50 Cent has us in shambles over the suspenseful plot. The new season of POWER Currently comes on every Sunday at 8pm.
3. Grown-ish on FREEFORM
Watch out world I'm grown now. Yara Shahidi, Chloe, and Halle and more stars in the new series Grownish. The spinoff of "Blackish" started a few months ago, and we all fell in love with it. The show is like GOLF for the culture. The second season of Grownish doesn't premiere until January 2019.
2. The Grand Hustle on BET
For all entrepreneurs and hustlers, this show is for YOU. Rapper and businessman T.I. hosts and produces a new show on BET that comes on Thursdays at 10pm. The show is a competition where the contestants have to complete a series of tasks within a team.
1. Insecure on HBO
Of course you can’t say the title without thinking about Jazmine Sullivan and Bryson Tiller, but the new season of Insecure has already started-and is going great. Issa Rae and Yvonne Orji star in the hit series on HBO, on Sunday night at 10:30 pm.