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In this comedy series, a successful black man worries that he's losing touch with his African-American culture. With the help of his father, he works to change that by helping his family to have a better sense of who they are and where they came from. The series star Anthony Anderson and airs on ABC.

Black-ish is a Comedy series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (146 episodes). The series first aired on September 24, 2014. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.1.

Black-ish is available for streaming on the ABC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Black-ish on demand at ABC Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes, ABC online.

Tuesday 9:00 PM et/pt on ABC
7 Seasons, 146 Episodes
September 24, 2014
Comedy
7.1/10
Cast: Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Marcus Scribner, Miles Brown
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Black-ish Full Episode Guide

  • The season premiere of "black-ish" takes us to the beginning of the global pandemic for the Johnsons. As a first responder, Bow receives her family's praise for her work, with Junior being her biggest fan. But over time, the family loses their enthusiasm, and Bow discovers someone in her house is breaking the quarantine lockdown rules. Meanwhile, Dre tries to convince everyone that he too is an essential worker.

  • Dre's colleague Stevens makes an ill-advised decision to run for Congress, so Dre enlists his family's help and campaigns against him but gets caught up with fundraising and private interest groups.

  • Junior is excited for his first time voting but discovers he has been purged from the voter polls so he does a deep dive into why - trying to understand the systems in place for voter registration.

  • In the season finale of "black-ish," Dre can't come to terms with his new reality when he discovers something shocking about Pops and Ruby. Junior feels the pressure to find love and tries to rekindle a past romance with a grand gesture.

  • Dre underestimates Rhonda's ability to be a mom and struggles to support her decision to adopt a baby. Meanwhile, Ruby gets in the way of Bow's plans for the perfect baby shower; and Junior, Jack and Diane go to extra lengths to give the best gift of the party.

  • Dre realizes he needs to intervene when Pops starts to go overboard while partying and gambling with old friends to mask his heartbreak. Meanwhile, Bow pawns school drop-off onto Junior so that she can avoid an annoying parent.

  • Dre and Bow disagree on where to send Devante for preschool. Junior helps Diane and Jack pull a prank.

  • Dre is guilted into volunteering at Jack and Diane's school carnival for Give Back Day. Meanwhile, Rainbow makes an appointment for Junior to get his flu shot, but Ruby has strong opinions against modern medicine.

  • Dre spirals when Rainbow is elected to the prestigious California Board of Medicine, and the invitation for the annual fundraising gala is addressed to Dr. Rainbow Johnson and guest. Meanwhile, Diane redecorates her room to impress Mason and they start a secret relationship.

  • Jack joins the robotics club and Dre worries it might be a detrimental failure for him after already being cut from the basketball team. Ruby embellishes a story for Diane's school project.

  • Bow is heartbroken to learn that Diane is no longer friends with Sophie. Having been scarred by her own friend breakup in middle school, Bow decides to intervene. Meanwhile, Dre discovers a hole in the wall that Junior and Jack were hiding and forces them to fix their own expensive mistake.

  • Dre thought he was the best gift-giver, but Bow tells him she prefers meaningful gifts over expensive ones, so he does his best to get her something she'll love on Valentine's Day. Meanwhile, Ruby teaches Jack how to get a girl after she hears about his love troubles, but her antiquated ways don't help.

  • Dre worries Diane and Jack don't know how to fend for themselves and sends them out on an adventure, only to realize it's his overbearing worries that hold the twins back. Meanwhile, Junior gets into a tricky situation at work when he befriends Josh in hopes of scoring a positive peer review.

  • The Johnsons go on vacation at an all-inclusive beach resort in paradise. Dre and Bow meet a couple without kids and live a kid-less fantasy for a while but soon begin to crave their kid-filled reality. Junior catches the eye of a cute girl at the resort and vies for her attention, while Jack gets the flu.

  • Dre is torn between looking out for Junior as his father and letting him make his mistakes. Then, Jack loses a friend after trying to look cool.

  • Bow takes Diane to get her hair done at the salon and wants to spend this time together as a bonding opportunity, but Diane isn't having it. Diane is conflicted about relaxing her hair again and embarks on a hair journey with the help of Bow, Ruby and her hair stylist, Yaya. Meanwhile, Dre and Junior compete to have the best barbecue.

  • Pops doesn't do Christmas, so when he shows up to the house full of holiday cheer with Lynette, Dre is thrown off. Pops wants to make up for lost time and go all out this Christmas. The whole family gets into the holiday spirit until someone from Lynette's past shows.

  • Junior wants to produce comedy shows.

  • When Dre discovers that Lynette is an art aficionado like himself, the two quickly bond and become close, but he begins to feel guilty since he is spending more time with her than Ruby. Meanwhile, Junior introduces Bow to virtual reality.

  • When Dre realizes that his relationship with Diane has been distant, he plans some daddy-daughter bonding sessions, but the plans backfire when he realizes the interest is one-sided. Meanwhile, Bow covers for Junior at his ChoreBoar gig.

  • Jack gets cut from the basketball team and it leads to a family discussion about him being short for his age. Dre is worried for his future, but Bow feels strongly that Jack will overcome his adversity and be stronger for it.

  • When Bow learns that Diane and Ruby don't believe in feminism, she brings Diane to meet the women in her feminist group. Bow's friend Abby thinks the group needs to be more inclusive, so Bow invites three of her girlfriends to join. Meanwhile, Junior and Jack help Dre after he realizes he is out of touch with modern-day feminism.

  • When Rainbow and Dre realize Junior's been taking them for granted, they decide it's time to band together and cut him off for good. Meanwhile, Jack discovers he has a very lucrative talent, only Ruby wants to use it for all the wrong reasons.

  • Pops reveals that he is getting married.

Black-ish News

Trump Controversy Pushes 'Black-ish' Creator to Leave ABC

The network decided not to air an episode that was critical of Trump.

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The new project comes from the creator of 'Black-ish.'

Black-ish Video Clips & Extras

The Gauntlet Clip (00:16) O Mother Where Art Thou? Clip (00:20)