Black-ish (ABC) Rated TV-PG

A family man struggles with gaining his cultural identity living in a predominantly Caucasian neighborhood. Starring   Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Marcus Scribner.

I, for one,  believe that our racial issues in this day of age are mostly because we continue to point out the race of a person rather than see the person for who they are. This show continues on that focal point, suggesting that there are differences between the races including color. Maybe I’m being ignorant or naïve of the racial issues, but I don’t think so. I just don’t like the race being acknowledged – in a perfect world, it wouldn’t be. This show makes jokes about the racial plot lines. It’s not just a family on TV, it’s a black family on TV. This is where the show falters. I don’t find it funny. It’s a show not worth a watch.

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