Skip to Content

Queen Sugar Season 6 Premiere Date and Trailer

Oprah Winfrey Network today announced that Queen Sugar Season 6 will premiere on Tuesday, September 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on OWN. The acclaimed contemporary drama series is created and executive produced by filmmaker Ava DuVernay (When They See Us, Cherish the Day). You can watch the Queen Sugar Season 6 trailer using the player …

Read More about Queen Sugar Season 6 Premiere Date and Trailer

Apple Reveals Trying Season 2, Macbeth, and The Me You Can’t See

Apple TV+ has revealed the trailer for Trying Season 2, the drama The Tragedy of Macbeth with Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand, and The Me You Can’t See. TRYING SEASON 2 The second season of Apple’s critically-acclaimed comedy series Trying will debut globally Friday, May 21. The series, which was recently renewed for a third …

Read More about Apple Reveals Trying Season 2, Macbeth, and The Me You Can’t See

The 1619 Project Docuseries to Debut on Hulu

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams will produce and oversee a documentary series based on materials drawn from The New York Times Magazine and Nikole Hannah-Jones’ acclaimed The 1619 Project, slated to debut in the U.S. on the premium streaming service Hulu as part of a distribution agreement between Lionsgate and Disney General Entertainment Content’s …

Read More about The 1619 Project Docuseries to Debut on Hulu

Oprah, Lionsgate and Hannah-Jones Team on 1619 Project Adaptations

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times have chosen Lionsgate to be the home for a wide-ranging partnership to develop Hannah-Jones’ landmark issue of The New York Times Magazine, The 1619 Project, and hit New York Times podcast, 1619, into an expansive portfolio of feature films, television series and other content for …

Read More about Oprah, Lionsgate and Hannah-Jones Team on 1619 Project Adaptations