“When They See Us”
The miniseries follows teenagers known as the Central Park Five accused of a crime they maintain they’re innocent of committing. Throughout, the teens fight for exoneration.
“Remastered: The Two Killings of Sam Cooke”
The documentary explores the murder of the singer in 1964. It’ll be available to stream Feb. 8.
The fantasy series is about 19-year-old Carmen, a slave and witch from the 17th century, who is forced to travel to the current day.
“Dolemite Is My Name”
The biographical comedy follows performer Rudy Ray Moore’s development of the outrageous blaxploitation character of Dolemite.
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“The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson”
The documentary investigates the death of the gay liberation activist Marsha P. Johnson.
“Black Earth Rising”
The drama highlights the relationship between Kate, a survivor of the Rwandan genocide, and her adopted mother.
This flick takes an intimate look into the life of Quincy Jones, a celebrated and award-winning producer.
The true story is based on a black minister, Carlton Pearson, who was ostracized by the church for questioning the validity of hell.
The movie outlines the events and circumstances surrounding the Los Angeles riots in 1992.
The biopic follows the rise of Roxanne Shante and the obstacles she faced as one of the first famous female MCs.
“Paris is Burning”
The documentary focuses on the gay and transgender communities in the 1980s.
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