The official trailer for Spencer has arrived. Directed by Pablo Larraín, who previously directed the 2016 biopic Jackie, Kristen Stewart stars as the late Princess Diana. The film takes place over a weekend in 1991 as Diana must stay at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate for Christmas festivities amid her decision to end her marriage to Prince Charles. Throughout the […]
Netflix has landed the streaming rights to several iconic Black sitcoms from the late 1990s and early 2000s.
The streaming giant has landed Moesha, The Game (the CW years, seasons 1- 3), Sister, Sister, Girlfriends, The Parkers, Half & Half, and One on One. This is Netflix’s latest foray into bringing beloved Black content to the streaming service. They are now moving into television, after bringing several classic Black films, such as Love & Basketball, B*A*P*S and Love Jones.
The release dates will be staggered with Moesha landing on Aug. 1, The Game on Aug. 15, Sister, Sister on Sept. 1, Girlfriends on Sept. 11, The Parkers on Oct. 1 and One on One and Half and Half on Oct. 15. We understand that this format is to allow viewers enough time to revisit the series.