Raymond G. Allen Sr., an actor who played roles in classic 70’s television shows like Sanford and Son and Good Times has died. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR APP AND TAKE US WITH YOU ANYWHERE! According to TMZ, Allen was found unresponsive early Monday morning at a long-term care facility in California. He had been […]

BerNadette Stanis is best known for her iconic role as Thelma Evans on Good Times. She was the first African American teenager with a major role on a national sitcom. She talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about her new book, The Last Night, about her very close relationship with her mother who suffered from […]


Twitter went in on the rapper, questioning his authority on women and how they depict their sexuality in relation to motherhood.

Television writer and producer veteran Norman Lear is legendary for more than 100 television shows he’s been apart of, including All in the Family, Maude, Good Times, The Jeffersons…

  Via: Eurweb.com Eurweb.com Reports that Actor Alton “Ben” Powers, best known for his role on the 70s CBS sitcom “Good Times” has died at 64. Click Here For More Info


   Shout out to all men who have newly -this year become fathers for the first time and those who’ve been a pops for years and are and have been dedicated to serving and raising your children! Excerpt via: fathersday2013.net So, the Fathers get their own day, each and every year, on June 16. Father’s […]

  Sony Pictures and producer Scott Rudin are developing the 70’s sitcom “Good Times” into a feature film. By EURweb.com Read morehttp://blackamericaweb.com/109309/sony-pictures-developing-film-adaptation-of-good-times/


Huggy Lowdown jokes with the crew about who he thinks should be cast for the “Good Times” movie. Plus more on his cousin Nato and…

Hey the video is in, catch John Witherspoon as he sits in with the TJMS crew and keeps them all laughing. http://www.blackamericaweb.com/content/john-witherspoon-visits-tjms

Remember Rodge from "What's Happening", and Thelma from Good Times? Well here is a gallery that pays tribute to those lost but not forgotten African American TV Sitcoms.