The 5 Most Anticipated Urban Shows For The Fall

September 20, 2017  |  

Remote pointed. Volume adjusted. Picture clarity on high-def, so we call it picture perfect. Time to surf. HBO, Starz, OWN and ESPN are just a few of the channels that will offer a batch of new and throwback shows for the fall 2017 season. From sports events like Monday Night Football to high drama series like Love thy Neighbor, Comcast and Madamenoire got you covered with all the best shows to binge on. With XFINITY X1 you can watch sports and experience the best in Black Film & TV all in one easy-to-access place with XFINITY On Demand. To help sort through the wave of options, Madamenoire selected 5 urban shows with razor-sharp edge which are crowd favorites in the social sphere. Scroll through and decide which shows will be your new addiction.

The Defiant Ones
We do it for the culture. The Defiant Ones, a four-part documentary taps at the heart of music industry enthusiasts who want an inside look into the businessmen from two different races and socio-economic backgrounds. The mini-series highlights how these two geniuses defied the odds and could produce some extraordinary work in the field of music.

Being Mary Jane
Power. Money. Respect. We all want it, but only some of us can get it? As Gabrielle Union preps for the final season of Being Mary Jane, she breaks the glass ceiling in her career and hopefully her love life. A true rose that pushes through the concrete, this season will feed the souls of strong black women who want it all unapologetically.

Survivors Remorse
With a steady traction among viewers, it is no surprise that Survivor’s Remorse is back for season 4. Rewind the tape – lead basketball star, Cam Calloway, played by actor Jessie T. Usher, strikes it big with a multi-million-dollar contract. That is the premise. However, with the windfall comes a whole lot drama, with his peers and with his family. This season Cam tries to sort it all out.

Star Trek Discover
Yes, black women do sports just like they do space. Star Trek Discover’s premiere this fall will surely have sci-fi chicks hanging off their seat with their new lead star, actress Sonequa Martin-Green, who is also a key star from the hit series, The Walking Dead. Star Trek Discover, which gives us a breath of fresh air is historic in every sense of the word because Martin-Green will be the first African-American casted in the highly-anticipated series.

How to Get Away with Murder
The September season premiere of How to Get Away with Murder is underway and folks who have a love of the legal system and solving crimes will have a lot in store. Award-winning actress, Viola Davis is back with all the school jewels needed to make this show the best legal thriller on television. Her portrayal as a professor is sound and her ability to carry the ABC drama is why we root for this show, hands down.

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