Celebrate Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month

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Celebrate Black History Month
  • Life of a King

    TV-14. Based on the true story of Eugene Brown who spent much of his life making bad moves. Prison changed him, or more accurately, it's what he did to kill time in federal prison that changed him; he learned chess. When Eugene is released from prison, he is like many ex- cons - trying to find wo...


  • Simone Biles

    TV-G. Magic Johnson sits down with the 2016 Olympic individual all-around, vault and floor gold medalist, Simone Biles, and her parents.

  • Unsolved History: Life of a King

    PG. This ground-breaking documentary explores the unanswered questions surrounding Reverend A.D. King's death just 15 months after the assassination of his brother, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

  • Tre

    TV-PG. Tre tells the story of an 8-year old boy who, desperate for his own identity, sets out to reclaim his sense of self by dropping his inherited name and choosing one of his own.

  • Magic Johnson

    TV-G. Magic Johnson gives a master class in business and investing, while also getting personal about his family, his faith, sports, and the competitive spirit that drives him.

  • Tracee Ellis Ross

    TV-PG. Chris Spencer and actress Tracee Ellis Ross swap stories and share laughs.

  • Regina Hall

    TV-PG. Regina Hall sits down with Chris Spencer for an honest and hilarious conversation.

  • Lil' Rel

    TV-G. Actor and comedian Lil Rel opens up about his family, career, childhood and the moment he knew he found his calling.

  • Lyfe's Journey

    TV-PG. A family man makes a mistake that changes his life forever. Now he must start a journey to forgiveness that will bring him back to love, family and faith.

  • Wild Faith

    PG. A Civil War veteran tries to make peace with his losses and start a new life despite the world resisting change around him.

  • Kunta Kinteh Island

    TV-PG. Kunta Kinteh Island chronicles the pride, strength and journey of the most celebrated captive African, Kunta Kinteh.

  • Kunta Kinteh Island - Inside Look

    Writer/Director Elvin Ross shares the history behind renaming St. James Island and preserving the story of Kunta Kinteh and Alex Haley.

  • Misty Copeland

    TV-G. Earvin "Magic" Johnson talks to Misty Copeland, the principal dancer for the American Ballet Theatre, about her path to success, how she's using her platform to inspire young African American ballerinas and what she aspires to in the future.

  • Endangered

    TV-PG. Chanel and Malik are on their way to the gender reveal party for their first child. While excited as expecting parents, they also fear the challenges their black son or daughter may encounter.

  • Mully

    TV-14. Based on the true story of a man whose stratospheric rise to wealth leaves him questioning his own existence, Mully sets out to enrich orphaned children across Kenya. Viewer Discretion Advised.

  • Hope Village

    PG. Having watched her family disappear into alcohol and drugs until she, too, found herself caught in the web of addiction, Lucy is now on a journey of self-empowerment to save others.