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Lin Manuel Miranda brings Hamilton to DISNEY + and Viola Davis Says Goodbye to HTGAWM!

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In this week episode we discuss the changing in the Emmy's FYC campaign. Will this create more equity for African American shows and actors who sometimes are marginalized in that process? Spike Lee's new film, Da Five Bloods, is about Black Vietnam War veterans. We talk about what a rarity this topic is and why it is such an important story to tell. How to Get Away With Murder has enjoyed six vibrant seasons on ABC and we discuss it's long lasting effects on the television landscape for woman and people of color. And Hamilton makes it debut on Disney Plus this summer, after being moved up in the schedule by almost a year. Will it's performance signal a move from Broadway to streamers for more favorites? Lastly, Joe Buck delighted sports fan this week with the news that televised audience-less games are coming. We go over the winners and losers in this scenario, as we break down what this means for fans, arena workers and television contracts. HELPFUL LINKS: Website - Follow us on Twitter - Merch - ABOUT BLACK HOLLYWOOD LIVE: Black Hollywood Live is the world's first online broadcast news network with programming and content dedicated to African American entertainment news. The network features long form, in-depth celebrity interviews, smart commentary and discussion as well as news and inside information. The network was created by producer Keven Undergaro. Black Hollywood Live had guests from shows/films like 12 Years A Slave, The Butler, America's Got Talent, The Game, Chicago Fire, Believe, Hannibal, Suits, Parks and Recreation, Dallas Buyers Club, Real Husbands of Hollywood, The Best Man Holiday, The View, Shameless, Basketball Wives, Being Mary Jane, Scandal, Single Ladies and many more. Notable guests on the network include: host Wayne Brady, The View's Sherri Shepherd, Late Night's Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyer and others.

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