In this episode I speak to Jenny Lumet, someone who I think has become one of the important Black Women in episodic franchise science fiction in Hollywood. The daughter of legendary director Sidney Lumet and the granddaughter of the iconic…
Karama talks to actor Babs Olusanmokun about playing ships doctor Dr. Mbenga on Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
More Star Trek for you! Last week I spoke to writer, producer and “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” Co-Executive Producer Akela Cooper. This week I talk with the actress who plays to Uhura, Celia Rose Gooding. I’m not sure who…
I spoke with Oscar Winning actors Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons about their new Prime Video series “Night Sky”
Karama chats with academy Award wining actors Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simons about their new sci=fi series “Night Sky”
“The Artist’s Experience: From Brotherman to Batman”, highlighting the work of Black comic book artists is coming in June to the Society of Illustrators in New York.
Hollywood writer Akela Cooper breaks down her writing journey from Luke Cage to Malignant to Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
I always have a blast when I talk with Akela Cooper. (as you will hear in the giggling throughout this episode. A Hollywood Writer and producer, Akela has written for “Marvel’s Luke Cage”, “American Horror Story”, “Malignant” and more! Currently,…
If Season 1 felt like a cross between “Mean Girls” and “Lost,” then Season 2 is “Lord of the Flies” meets “Westworld” as the boys are placed in even more dangerous situations than the girls — to disastrous results.
As season one of The CW’s “Naomi” ends, we reflects on the importance of Ava DuVernay’s groundbreaking show.