Thevore.com’s Best new Black TV Shows in 2021 & 2020 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & TV List)

Thevore.com has put together an excellent list of Black TV shows that you can watch across Netflix, Prime and Hulu. It is a really well-thought-out listing with links to trailers and also some indication of cast and plot. You can access the complete article here

  • David Makes Man
  • CREATOR: Tarell Alvin McCraney
    CAST: Ade Chike Torbert, Akili McDowell & Alana Arenas
  • This is coming-of-age black drama starring Akili McDowell, Alana Arenas, Isaiah Johnson, and Phylicia Rashad. The story revolves around David who is a prodigy living in a poor neighbourhood in Florida as a teenager taking care of his mother.Watch the trailer of David Makes Man
    Stream David Makes Man via:   
     Netflix |  Amazon All Release dates
  • Run the World
  • CREATOR: Leigh Davenport
    CAST: Amber Stevens West, ay Walker, David J. Cork, Andrea Bordeaux, James Chen, and De’Adre Aziza
  • Four ambitous ladies seek to ‘ Run the World’ in their own unique ways, hoping to break out of the norm. The series Directed by Leigh Davenport (Boomerang) is a mixture of drama, comedy, hurts and joys. Watch the trailer of Run the World

     Netflix |  Amazon All Release dates
  • Them
  • CREATOR: Little Marvin
  • CAST: Deborah Ayorinde, Ashley Thomas , Alison Pill, Shahadi Wright Joseph
    Created by Little Marvin (The Time Is Now) Them is a fantastically edgy and frightening series on a young black family who just moved into an aIl white suburban area in 1953 hiding lots of secrets. Watch the trailer of THEM

    Stream THEM via: 
     Netflix |  Amazon All Release dates
  • Underground Railroad
  • CREATOR: Barry Jenkins
    CAST: Chase W. Dillon, Joel Edgerton, Thuso Mbedu, Chase W. Dillon, Aaron Pierre, Joel Edgerton, and Owen Harn
    Colson Whitehead brings us an alternate revisionist drama on the Underground Railroad. This visual masterpiece set in the 1800 completely provides an incredible insight into what life may have been but it also gives us moments of puzzlement and deep thinking. Watch the trailer of The Underground Railroad

    Stream The Underground Railroad via: 
     Netflix |  Amazon All Release dates

We’ll be checking in on thevore.com for new Black TV shows.

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