Must-See TV Shows Premiering… And Ending This Week On ABC, Fuse and Apple TV+!By The DivaGals | April 18, 2022 | Entertainment
Watch These Shows This Week!
Series Finale of Black’ish!
We’ve watched the Johnson family grow and show out over the past eight seasons. And now it comes to a close. Pops and Ruby are preparing to move away, while Dre and Bow consider if they should make a big life change as well. Dre receives some unexpected advice from four-time Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, who tells him to follow his heart. It’s goodbye to Black’ish, but never forgot a groundbreaking show that celebrated the Black American family at its finest.
Black’ish, series finale airs Tuesday, April 19 on ABC.
We Need To Talk About America on Fuse
We don’t talk about Bruno, but we will be talking about this! Gender reveals, eating contests, over-the-top proposals, social media anything. American culture can seem wild and weird. Especially from the perspective of first-generation and bicultural comedians. We Need to Talk About America pulls a diverse panel of freethinking, freewheeling professional roasters together to share their sharp-witted, honest reactions to American oddities and more. Panelists include Chinedu Unaka (Insecure), Tim Chantarangsu (Wild N’ Out), Sherry Cola (Good Trouble), Paul Elia (Conan), Zainab Johnson (Upload), Crystal Marie-Denha (Jane the Virgin), Aida Rodriguez (Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready), Marcella Arguello (Take My Wife), Percy Rustomiji (The Goldbergs) and Jesus Trejo (Mr. Iglesias).
We Need To Talk About America premieres Wednesday, April 20 at 11 p.m. on Fuse, Fuse+ and in the U.K. on Fuse Beat.
They Call Me Magic on Apple TV
Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Apple TV+ celebrated the world premiere of his new documentary They Call Me Magic with a star-studded event. The evening began with a red carpet and screening at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles. The four-part documentary event shares an illuminating look into the life and career of one of the world’s most iconic figures. It continued with an experience unlike any other at Delilah in West Hollywood where Morris Day and The Time performed as guests danced the night away.
They Call Me Magic premieres Friday, April 22 on Apple TV+.
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