Black History Month is almost over, but it’s never too late to enjoy quality family programming. Today, BTSCelebs wants to make some suggestions for positive (lighthearted) black productions you can enjoy year round.
“The Parent ‘Hood” (1995-1999)
A couple of years after he became “The Meteor Man”, Robert Townsend headlined a sitcom about a college professor and his wife raising their 4 children in New York City.
“Family Matters” (1989-1998)
Jaleel White stole the show as the annoying neighbor next door (Steve Urkel) in this iconic series about a Chicago police officer’s family.
“Kenan and Kel” (1996-2000)
Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell played best friends getting caught up in zany get rich quick schemes.
“Sister, Sister” (1994-1999)
Tia and Tamera Mowry played twins separated at birth who reconnected in their teens. They end up living under one roof with their single parents.
“Merry Christmas, Baby”, “Marry US for Christmas” etc (2013-)
Christmas movie series starring Malinda Williams and Karon Riley.
The best way to watch these shows is through various online streaming platforms and recommending your local stations air them.