Black-ish observes the global pandemic and election in its 7th season

Black-ish 7th season Updates: This sitcom created by Kenya Barris premieres on ABC with its first run from September 24, 2014. Collectively along with its spin-offs grown-ish and mixed-ish, this franchise has procured overall positive reviews for its total audience size hiking up with each of the 6 installments and even nabbed a Primetime Emmy Award.

The comedy-drama pumps out serious questions on sociopolitical issues and the exposure of long-standing racial inequalities that requires deep reckoning across the society. On May 21, 2020, the seventh renewal has officially affirmed a release on Oct 21.

A few days ahead of this premiere aired an Election-themed special and drama too would comply with the actual sequence as of what is happening in real surrounding us at the present.

Meanwhile here’s a recapitulation of the storyline

Black-ish Season 7: Possible Plot

The narrative follows an upper-middle-class family of African-American descent under the patronage of Andre ‘Dre’ Johnson (played by Anthony Anderson) and his spouse Rainbow Johnson (by Tracee Ellis Ross ).

Dwelling in a classy neighborhood raising four kids; Zoey Johnson ( Yara Shahidi ), Diane Johnson ( Marsai Martin), Jack Johnson ( Miles Brown ), and Andre Johnson Jr. ( Marcus Scribner ), they juggle between their personal and ideological stigmas as enforced by the implicit bias since time immemorial. However, Dre’s father( Laurence Fishburne) rendered help in preserving a sense of ethnic identity to honor their background.

The later seasons marked the appearance of the characters of Charlie Telphy, Ruby Johnson, Josh Oppenhol, Earl Johnson, and Leslie Stevens who were seen in the series regulars.

What news do we have about this renewal?

Actor and it’s executive producer, Anthony Anderson entailed “Everything that we’ve all been going through since this lockdown since this pandemic and everything started earlier this year is what you’re going to see on our show “

He went on to say “ We are able to find that balance of comedy, conjecture and the seriousness of protests, COVID-19, the presidential election and everything that’s affecting us in real-time and in real life right now”

Marcus Scribner, who personates Junior on the show stressed the factors  contributing to its building up

“We’re talking about essential workers, which have been extremely important this entire pandemic, making sure to keep our shelves stocked and keeping people alive.

That’s everything we have so far, stay tuned in to learn more of the details about this latest revival.

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