The revolution will be televised

At the time of the Peak TV (understand: the golden era of TV), a new generation of african-american showrunners is emerging in the U.S. They mean to be the spokepersons of their community by creating characters far from any steretoype by telling the black american experience themselves…

By Sofia Slimani Published on 12 February 2018 Share

Lately, Hollywood cinema is lacking renewal. It no longer seems to be in phase with the evolutions of society contrary its more and more serious and quality rival: American TV. As such, a new generation of showrunners stands out. Series appear to be taking over the seventh art. They are more diversified, easy and quick.

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