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Stand-up and music show hosted by Baron Vaughn and Open Mike Eagle, which promises to prove that the black experience is about more than just one thing. The New Negroes is a Comedy Music series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (8 episodes). The series first aired on April 19, 2019. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.4.

The New Negroes is available for streaming on the Comedy Central (US) website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The New Negroes on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, iTunes online.

Friday at 11:00 PM on Comedy Central (US)
1 Season, 8 Episodes
April 19, 2019
Comedy Music
5.4/10
Cast: Baron Vaughn, Open Mike Eagle
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The New Negroes Full Episode Guide

  • Baron and Mike talk survival go-bags, Josh Johnson confesses to accidentally knocking down an old man, and Percy Miracles and Mike write a song about how to get into Heaven.

  • Sam Jay justifies why she feels positive about the state of the world, and Ian Edwards explains why the Trump administration has been good for his fitness.

  • Dulcé Sloan imagines life as a trophy wife; George Wallace rails against the silly things Angelenos do; Method Man and Mike team up for a song about eating luxury items.

  • Naomi Ekperigin confesses that true crime shows give her much-needed perspective, and Alonzo Bodden shares what is on his FarmersOnly dating profile.

  • Sasheer Zamata talks about the first time she went camping, and Lizzo and Mike drop a music video about a guy who's extra into consent.

  • Baron and Mike explore the meaning of “woke,” Candice Thompson discusses the benefits of looking racially ambiguous, and Tone Bell pays tribute to the glory of Klondike bars.

  • Donnell Rawlings admits to abusing the race card, Lil Rel Howery breaks down the social dynamics of eating food on a bus trip, and MF Doom and Mike rap about policing oneself.

  • Baron and Mike discuss the New Negro movement, Chris Redd talks about his uncle's crack addiction, and Danny Brown and Mike make a music video about expressing anger.