"Right to Offend: The Black Comedy Revolution" explores the progression of Black comedy and the comedians who have used pointed humor to expose, challenge and ridicule society's injustices and to articulate the Black experience in America.
This groundbreaking new series from GRB Studios, the Emmy® Award-winning producers of “Intervention,” uncovers the frightening and damaging world of digital dependency and the dramatic impact on the families affected by it.
Narrated by Nas, the series will explore the origins of Busta Rhymes, Eve, Fat Joe, Grandmaster Flash, Ice-T, Ja Rule, Lil Jon, and Uncle Luke as they reflect on their personal journeys and the evolutions of their artistic points of view through their own eyes.
A&E Network has greenlit the two-hour documentary “Biography: Ol’ Dirty Bastard” (wt) which will be the first official feature documentary about the Grammy-nominated musician and legendary founding member of the iconic hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan.
Exploring his legacy through exclusive interviews with friends, family, collaborators and proteges as well as his beloved music catalog, the documentary also includes never-before-seen archival footage.
A&E Network has greenlit the four-part limited documentary series "Exposing Parchman" following the long efforts to reform the Mississippi correctional system, led by the inmates of Parchman Prison.
A&E Network unveils the shocking story behind the Chippendales empire in new 4-part documentary event "Secrets of the Chippendales Murders" which gives a look beyond the bright lights into a dark world of drugs, arson, a love triangle and a murder.