Most Unapologetically Black Moments From the 2021 Emmy Awards

Most Unapologetically Black Moments From the 2021 Emmy Awards

Tonight (Sept. 19), the 73rd annual Emmy Awards are taking place at the L.A. Live entertainment complex. The show is sure to be filled with exciting moments that will keep viewers entertained, celebrating the best television and streaming shows. All those months of binge watching have finally paid off and we predict the show will highlight the most amazing Black talent in the television industry. RELATED: Emmys 2021: The Best Beauty Looks On The Emmys Red Carpet RELATED: Cedric the Entertainer To Host Emmy Awards Ceremony Take a look below to see the most unapologetically Black moments (and our favorite)…
WandaVision 2021 Emmys Snub

WandaVision 2021 Emmys Snub

If you're thinking my tone sounds unimpressed, you'd be right. WandaVision — arguably one of the best TV shows of 2021 — didn't win anything tonight at the Emmys. Disney+ / Marvel / Via giphy.com Yep, not a SINGLE AWARD. Nada, zip, nilch. They were nominated for 23 awards, including some of the biggest honors like Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie (Elizabeth Olsen), Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie (Paul Bettany), Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie (Kathryn Hahn), Outstanding Writing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie, Outstanding…
The Most Unforgettable Moments From The 2021 Phoenix Awards | National News

The Most Unforgettable Moments From The 2021 Phoenix Awards | National News

The Congressional Black Caucus celebrated 50 years of its Annual Legislative Conference (September 12– 17), and BET was honored to broadcast its annual Phoenix Awards. The awards are handed out to individuals who have made significant contributions to society and equity in Black communities. This year’s awardees were notable for their fight to protect and advance Black Americans’ civil rights, especially voting rights. The evening kicked off with a town hall hosted by The Grio’s April Ryan. The longtime White House correspondent and author set the tone from the start: We are here to celebrate how far Black Americans have…