2017 was a great year for Black creatives excelling in TV & Film. John Boyega and Daniel Kaluuya starred in highly successful box office movies, Micheal Dapaah brought us SWIL, and Issa Rae did it again with another excellent series of Insecure…

So the foundation has been set and it is probably safe to say that 2018 is going to be another great year for creatives taking their crafts to a whole new level.

Here is what to look out for in 2018…

Black Panther

Since Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) made an appearance in Captain America: Civil War, we knew that this role had to be made into a box office movie. Marvel’s first black superhero from Africa will be hitting our screens this February with an all-star lineup…

Been So Long

It could be said with certainty that Netflix and chill has replaced date night at the movies… tell us what do you think? Especially if Netflix continues to make great moves such as purchasing the rights to movies like Been So Long. The musical film based in Camden stars the Bafta award winner Michaela Coel and the equally talented Arinze Kene and is set to hit our screens this year…

Seven Seconds

After an African American teenager is run over by a white police officer, a cover-up ensues and racial tensions explode. The ten episode Netflix series will be looking past the hashtag and the headlines and focusing on the lives affected.


British-Nigerian actor Damon Idris owned the US hit TV show ‘Snowfall’ and within the first few episodes of the new series, the go-ahead for the production of season 2 was announced.

<Click here to watch Season 1 tv drama, set in the 80’s and the beginning of the crack-cocaine epidemic in America.  

Brothers With No Game

The hit web series is back for another season! Brothers with no game have teamed up with TracePlay for season 3 and moved from YouTube.  Traceplay is a digital hub for original and exclusive content from Afro communities around the world. Click here to watch Season 3

This year is set to be another groundbreaking year for talent worldwide and we can’t wait. Have we missed out on highly anticipated shows? 

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