Honor Black History Month With These TV Shows and Movies By Black Creators

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Insecure: Partially based on Issa Rae‘s web series Awkward Black Girl, her HBO series is one of the most relevant shows on TV, centering on female friendships, romantic woes and modern-day racial issues impacting young Black people.

Love and Basketball: One of the most beloved romantic dramas of all-time, this 2000 gem starring Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps is still just as sexy 20 years later, telling the story of neighbors pursuing their respective careers as professional basketball players while trying not to fall for each other. 

Key and Peele: “We all need some levity in these uncertain times and that’s exactly what Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele provide. They are versatile, they’re fearless and they are FUNNY. From Obama’s Anger Translator to Rap Battle Hype Man to the Substitute Teacher sketch, the laughs, they are endless. ‘Ya done messed up, A-A-ron’ if you don’t watch Key and Peele!” — Gina Sirico

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