Film & TV

Mentally Preparing For The Heaviness One Feels While Watching ‘When They See Us’

Ava DuVernay’s highly anticipated series When They See Us has finally been released. In fact, the drama series has been…

Teddy Pendergrass: ‘If You Don’t Know Me’ Review

We would be amiss to kick off African American Music Appreciation Month without mentioning the new documentary Teddy Pendergrass: If…

Nova Bordelon Creates Deep Family Tension In ‘Queen Sugar’ Season 4 Trailer

In the official trailer for Queen Sugar’s fourth season, Nova Bordelon (Rutina Wesley) is the source of heavy family tension…

Akwaeke Emezi’s Chilling Debut Novel ‘Freshwater’ Is Being Developed Into A TV Series

Last year, we featured Akwaeke Emezi’s debut novel Freshwater in JARO’s curated list of books to read by women of…

‘Tuca & Bertie’: An Animated Exploration of Contemporary Womanhood

Tuca & Bertie is a Netflix animated series voiced by comedians Ali Wong and Tiffany Haddish and produced by cartoonist…

Is Another “black-ish” Spin-off Really Necessary?

ABC has released the trailer for Kenya Barris’s latest black-ish spin-off, mixed-ish. The announcement comes not long after JARO Magazine’s…

Review: ‘The Chi’ Returns For Its Second Season

After what felt like too long of a hiatus The Chi has returned to Showtime and does not fail to…

In ‘Someone Great,’ The Immense Pain Of Heartbreak Is Actually Dealt With In An Authentic Way

Netflix’s Someone Great gives a new meaning to romantic comedies. Gone are the days of cheesy and predictable plots, although…

We Need to Talk About ‘Black-ish’

  As it finishes up its fifth season, the sitcom black-ish has solidified itself within the televisual landscape as a…

How Tomeka M. Winborne’s Short Film “Aged Out” Sheds Light On The Fate Of Youth Aging Out Of Foster Care

As part of Foster Care Awareness Month, we’re highlighting the stories that will allow others to become educated about not…
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