Black-ish Season 7: Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Trailer
Black-ish is one of the best shows of all time. The concept that “The Goldbergs” tried to grasp all this while. Is being nailed by the show Black-ish. Also, the issues that black people have to deal with daily are shown through the show. Black-ish depicts the day to day life and interactions of black people with non-blacks. The non-black viewers are being educated about black culture, relationships, racism, and social issues dealing with humanity. Thus this show is a must-watch for people who don’t or can’t understand what it’s like being black.
The Release Date of Black-ish Season 7:
ABC renewed the series of Black-ish on May 21, 2020, for the seventh season. Moreover, for a surprise, they presented their fans with two special episodes, namely Election Special Part 1, and the next episode was Election Special Part 2, on October 4, 2020. Furthermore, the release date for Black-ish season 7 is October 21, 2020.
The Plot for Black-ish:
The Johnson Family is quirky, silly, deeply flawed, funny, angry, suspicious, and wounded, but they love each other, and they love being Black. The show tackles real-life problems that the world is having. However, it will make you laugh so much that you will gasp for air. But soon after every few episodes, you come across some excellent depictions of some real-life struggles.
The Cast for Black-ish:
The main cast of the show includes the following actors and their respective characters as well:
Anthony Anderson as Andre “Dre” Johnson
Tracee Ellis Ross as Dr. Rainbow “Bow” Johnson
Yara Shahidi as Zoey Johnson (starring seasons 1–3; recurring seasons 4–5; guest season 6
Marcus Scribner as Andre “Junior” Johnson Jr.
Miles Brown as Jackson “Jack” Johnson
Marsai Martin as Diane Johnson
August and Berlin Gross as DeVante Johnson
Anna Deavere Smith as Alicia Johnson
Deon Cole as Charlie Telphy (recurring seasons 1–3; starring seasons 4–present)
Jenifer Lewis as Ruby Johnson (starring season 2–present; recurring season 1)
Jeff Meacham as Josh Oppenhol (starring seasons 2 and 6; recurring seasons 1, 3–5)
Peter Mackenzie as Leslie Stevens (starring seasons 3–present; recurring seasons 1–2)
Furthermore, the recurring cast of the Black-ish is mentioned down below:
Laurence Fishburne as Earl “Pops” Johnson
Nelson Franklin as Connor Stevens
Beau Bridges as Paul Johnson
Raven-Symoné as Rhonda Johnson
Nicole Sullivan as Janine
Wanda Sykes as Daphne Lido
Issac Ryan Brown as Young Dre
Allen Maldonado as Curtis
Catherine Reitman as Lucy
Daveed Diggs as Johan Johnson
Rashida Jones as Santamonica Johnson
Quvenzhané Wallis as Kyra
Faizon Love as Sha
Jennie Pierson as Ms. Davis
Emerson Min as Mason
The Black-ish Season 7 Trailer:
If you wish to see what Black-ish have in store for you in their season 7. You can check the trailer for the Black-ish season 7 trailer down below.
The show has humor and attitude that can be seen typically within black culture, including language and familial drama. The way they portrayed everything was just so great. Episodes are also 25 mins around each, and honestly, they cover nearly the whole episode with entertainment, not like some of those lengthy time-wasting TV series. Overall, great show with a great cast, great episodes, great premise. What are your thoughts about the show and its previous seasons? Do share your views about them with us through our comment section down below.