I was scrolling through memory lane wondering what happened to the momentum from all those dope Black sitcoms that held my attention in the 90’s. With the latest Carmichael Show, Blackish and Marlon I start to think what happend? AJ+ did a dope segment
The 1990s was a golden age for black sitcoms, but with the new millennium, they seemingly disappeared from TV. Where did all the black sitcoms go? Watch more AJ+ In-Depth: http://ajplus.co/ajindepth “A Different World,” “Martin,” “Living Single” and “Moesha” are just a few of the black sitcoms that became synonymous with ’90s television. In the wake of the success of “The Cosby Show” in the 1980s, television was fertile ground for black sitcoms. But a funny thing happened on the way to the new century. Black sitcoms’ prevalence waned.
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