Comedy

‘The Neighborhood’ Makes a Welcome Addition to Fall Lineup

CBS’s new comedy The Neighborhood (beginning Monday, Oct. 1 at 8/7c) is a lighthearted comedy that pokes fun at race relations. The series is executive produced by and stars Cedric the Entertainer as Calvin Butler, a family man who is very proud of his predominately black L.A. community and who is completely taken off guard by the sudden arrival of his new white neighbors — Dave Johnson, played by Max Greenfield (New Girl); his wife Gemma, played by Beth Behrs (2 Broke Girls) and their young son Grover, played by Hank Greenspan (13 Reasons Why). The Johnsons soon realize fitting […]

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5 Questions With … Marque Richardson Of Netflix’s “Dear White People”

In an episode of Netflix’s Dear White People, a white policeman pulls his gun on Reggie (Marque Richardson), a black student who refuses to show his student ID during a house party that has gotten rowdy. Friends urge Reggie to comply. After an incredibly tense few moments, he does. Later, Reggie breaks down in his dorm room. It’s a spectacular moment of acting and one that so nauseatingly reflects the times. The crying was not in the script, Richardson shares. That just happened, he explains. How could he not? Here he answers our “5 Questions.” If your TV carried just […]