Queen Ziwe Fumudoh is known as a writer for Desus and Mero but is probably best known for asking honest questions that make white women feel uncomfortable — but in the best way possible. Now, the comedian and writer is taking her Baited brand to Showtime with her own show Ziwe which debuts May 9.

We can neither confirm or deny that we have seen some episodes of the series — but it is a fun watch. Based on the trailer below we see that she talks to some iconic people and gives us musical numbers and sketches that challenge America’s discomfort with race, politics, & other cultural issues.

Watch the trailer below.

Category is: Season 2 realness!

Legendary returned to HBO Max this week and MC Dashaun Wesley And Judges Leiomy Maldonado, Jameela Jamil, Law Roach And Megan Thee Stallion are all back to judge a whole new host of 10 houses who are looking to snatch the Legendary trophy for the sophomore season of the vogueing ballroom reality competition series.

There are three episodes currently up on the streamer and we are introduced to the House of Balenciaga, House of Chanel, House of Comme des Garçons, House of Icon, House of Luxe, House of Milan, House of Miyake Mugler, House of Nina Oricci, House of Prodigy, and last but certainly not least, House of Tisci.

From the jump, our faves are House of Balenciaga, House of Miyake Mugler and House of Tisci — but we’ll see who shablams their way to the top. Guest judges this season include Tiffany Haddish, Taraji P. Henson, Amiyah Scott, Nicco Annan, Normani, Adam Lambert and froyo queen Demi Lovato.

Watch the trailer below.

The first episode of the third and final season debuted last Sunday and we only have six more episodes to say farewell to the House of Evangelista. It will be bittersweet and we’re pretty sure you’ll be crying with every single episode.

In the final season of Pose, we are brought to 1994 and Blanca (Mj Rodriguez) is struggling to balance being a mother, a present partner to her new love and a nurse’s aide. Meanwhile, as AIDS becomes the leading cause of death for Americans ages 25 to 44, Pray Tell (Billy Porter) contends with unexpected health burdens.

Based on the videos we have seen, the send off for the groundbreaking FX series is going to be grand. New episodes air every Sunday.

Selma star David Oyelowo’s feature directorial debut The Water Man hits theaters this weekend.

Written by Emma Needell, stars Oyelowo alongside Rosario Dawson, Lonnie Chavis, Amiah Miller, Alfred Molina and Maria Bello and follows follows Gunner (Chavis), who shares a special bond with his mother (Dawson). But when his mom’s illness worsens, he disappears into stacks of books on both science and the supernatural in search of possible cures. After learning about the mythic Water Man, who may carry the secret to everlasting life, Gunner and his rebellious friend Jo (Miller) go on a quest into the Water Man’s mysterious forest. Facing challenges and dangers they never imagined, the friends’ hope for rescue lies with Gunner’s father (Oyelowo), who must immerse himself in his son’s world to follow the clues that will lead him to the kids and put his family back together.

Watch the trailer below.

Also opening in theaters is Bao Tran’s martial arts action comedy The Paper Tigers.

The story follows former kung fu disciples Danny (Alain Uy), Hing (Ron Yuan) and Jim (Mykel Shannon Jenkins). They were once inseparable but 25 years later, they are washed-up middle-aged men whose kung fu skills are dusty. They have lost touch and can barely do a kick without pulling a hamstring. But when their old master is murdered, the trio reunites, soon learning that avenging their sifu will require conquering old grudges (and a dangerous hitman still armed with ample knee cartilage) if they are to honorably defend his legacy.

Watch the trailer below.