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If there’s one thing Black television shows know how to do, it’s keeping their audience invested in the characters and yearning for more episodes! So, it’s only right their networks renew like ABC, Showtime, and The CW. Whether you’re invested in Spencer and Olivia’s relationship on All American, waiting for Emmett to get his life together on The Chi, or wonder if Terry left his brother on BMF, here is a list of Black shows renewed for more seasons.
Since its first season on the CW, the football show has been a hit. However, many fans didn’t know about the series until the season aired on Netflix. Yet, it’s safe to say that Spencer and the gang are doing a great job keeping viewers intrigued about what will happen next. All American was renewed for a fifth season as fans wait to binge watch the current season on Netflix.
Meech and his brother Terry kept the number spot on STARZ its entire first season. It was renewed instantly after the first episode broke records. Twitter was in a brawl every time there was a new episode, debating about the brother’s father and if Terry quit the game. BMF is currently taping their second season.
Our favorite, realistic school show is coming back, and we couldn’t be more ecstatic. The mockumentary’s rating skyrocketed after its second episode and never went back down. Creator and actress Quinta Brunson shared how excited she was about writing the script for the new season.
Emmett lovers, get ready because The Chi’s season five is almost here. Viewers have been waiting for a series surrounded by actual events in the City of Chicago and were relieved when Columbia College Chicago Alumna Lena Waithe created the show. Season five will premiere on June 24.
The Wonder Years
You might remember this name from a show from the 80s. But this time, it’s focused on the life of a young black boy in Montgomery in the 1960s. His older self is narrating life events, trials, and tribulations. It was recently renewed for season two a few days ago.
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