The Cosby Show

Malcolm Jamal Warner is a proud poppa and he’s finally revealing more of his family life on Instagram. The former Cosby Show kid is loving the daddy life by sharing pics of his newborn baby. The kid, whose full face has yet to be revealed, can be seen wearing a Happy Father’s Day shirt in […]

The Cosby Show remains one of the most revolutionary television series in history and remains an inspiration for hit Black sitcoms like black-ish and others. The series made its debut on this day in 1984, but is now largely gone from the public eye due to Bill Cosby’s sexual assault allegations. The series aired on […]

 Bill Cosby is still alive and kicking and on Comedy Central. His Comedy Central special Far From Finished, airs this weekend November 23 at 8 p.m.…

Father’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to celebrate the special men in our lives than to pay homage to our favorite TV dads. Who can remember the hilarious parenting tactics of The Cosby Show‘s Heathcliff Huxtable? Who didn’t want to live in Uncle Phil‘s plush Bel Air mansion? And nobody’s […]

After more than a month of voting and sitcom upsets such as The Jeffersons and Good Times being voted out of the competition, we’re happy to announce the two Finalists in our Greatest Sitcom of All Time Competition: The Cosby Show and Martin. See Greatest Black Sitcom Bracket Challenge It was an easy road for […]

Want to know the way to gauge how great a show is? Break it down by episodes. Take The Cosby Show for instance: For those who watched the series through it’s eight seasons, the debate is never whether or not the show was good, it’s which episode was the best. Ask as many people possible […]

Despite our predictions to the contrary, number one seeded shows The Jeffersons and Good Times suffered devastating loses in the “Elite Eight” match-ups of our Greatest Black Sitcom of All-Time Competition. See Greatest Black Sitcom Bracket Challenge Good Times was defeated by second seed A Different World.  Even more surprising, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air […]

Over the years there have been several African American sitcoms to grace to TV screen.  Check out our gallery that pays tribute to those sitcoms: