Black-ish centers on an upper-middle-class black man who struggles to raise his children with some sense of cultural identity despite constant contradictions and obstacles coming from his liberal wife, old-school father, and his own assimilated, color-blind kids.
Bow is heartbroken to learn that Diane is no longer friends with Sophie. Having been scarred by her own friend breakup in middle school, Bow decides to intervene. Meanwhile, Dre discovers a hole in the wall that Junior and Jack were hiding and forces
ABC announced today that Black-ish will be returning for a fifth season. The pickup is no surprise, as the veteran comedy remains a solid part of the network's Tuesday night lineup.
Known for storylines related to real-world issues based on current events pertaining to African-Americans, the half-hour series continues to draw critical acclaim - including multiple award wins from the NAACP Image Awards.
Black-ish follows patriarch Andre 'Dre' Johnson, who has a beautiful wife, a job he loves, and four kids. They all live in a nice colonial home in the suburbs, but Dre wonders if success has brought too much assimilation to his African-American family.
Look for Season 5 of Black-ish this fall.