How to stream the best movies and TV series to celebrate Black History Month – The Streamable

To mark Black History Month 2022, here are titles that will help you celebrate the stories and achievements of Black Americans, reflect on the past, and work toward a future free of oppression and systemic racism. From uplifting stories, surreal documentaries, biographies to funny sitcoms, superhero movies, comedy, action, horror and everything in between, you can explore movies and TV series that dive in the triumphs and challenges of the black experience.

The streaming services are doing their part to inspire and educate by highlighting their respective Black History Month slates throughout the month. For example, BET+ has its programming slate over a month old with the premiere of “Real Hollywood Husbands: No more Kevin, no more problemson February 10, which stars Kevin Hart, Nick Cannon, Nelly, JB Smoove, Robin Thicke, Boris Kodjoe and Duane Martin.

discovery+ will also have a slate called “black voiceswith year-round programming spotlighting the African-American community. New originals include “Remix My Space with Marsai Martin” as well as other documentaries and specials. The four-part docuseries”Profiled: The Black Manwill debut on February 12. Additionally, a three-part docuseries titled “Uprootedwill premiere on February 18.

Additionally, Netflix and its Strong Black Lead brand are highlighting content throughout February starting with the social series “Solid black lensfeaturing black photographers/cinematographers like David Lee, Juan Veloz, Kwaku Alston, Flo Ngala and others.

Paramount+ and its Content for Change initiative amplify black creators and talent through its Black Voices Collection. Additionally, Apple TV+ is releasing the series in four parts”Lincoln’s Dilemmaon February 18, ahead of Presidents Day weekend.

Additionally, Fox Entertainment’s free streaming service Tubi will release two Tubi Originals such as “Howard High(February 4) andpass the mic(February 16). The streamer will also exclusively stream the first season of “our kind of people” for free from February 2.

Finally, Pluto TV’s Black Cinema will air a new film every day at 8 p.m., while Showtime Documentary Films will premiere the three-part docuseries.”everything will be whiteon February 11.

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