Amanda Seales isn’t pleased with being left off the farewell episode of the talk show, The Real. The actress took to Instagram on Saturday to respond to promotion of the finale, which didn’t include her. “So apparently The Real, in their finale episode, did promo,” she said in an Instagram video. “I am not featured in this thumbnail and I am not featured in the farewell episode, apparently. I’ll have some things to say about that.”
INDIANAPOLIS — Comedian and actress Amanda Seales is bringing the laughs to Indianapolis toward the end of summer. Seales will bring her "Black Outside Again Tour" to the Old National Centre on Saturday, Sept. 10. The show is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. ET. Tickets are now on...
Amanda Seales, best known for playing the role of Tiffany DuBois on HBO’s Insecure and who is also the creator of the game show Smart Funny & Black, will soon be taking her talents to a larger platform — Kevin Hart’s LOL Radio Channel on SiriusXM, to be exact. The 40-year-old comedienne is the host of a new weekly hourlong show bearing the same name as her original program, per a Deadline exclusive.
Amanda Seales tells me she knows there’s a large group of people who only hear from her when she’s saying something controversial, and based on my unscientific poll of my closest friends ahead of our virtual chat, she’s right. If you ask her why this is, she’ll blame social media algorithms. She’s less likely to trend or show up on aggregate pages such as The Shade Room when she’s saying something innocuous, she says. Instead, she’s more likely to become a headline when she’s sharing a controversial opinion or being brazen about the state of America.
Black Comedians Roundtable: Amanda Seales, J.B. Smoove, Nicole Byer and Others Open Up About Healing Through Laughter, Trailblazers and More
Click here to read the full article. “Black people tend to be very funny during very dark times. It’s, like, in our DNA,” Nicole Byer of NBC’s Grand Crew shares during TVLine’s Shades of Funny roundtable video. And modern times have seldom been as dark as these first years of the pandemic, and evvvvvverything else that has transpired within. “We are very resilient people,” attests Gina Yashere of CBS’ Bob Hearts Abishola. “We’ve gone through a lot of cruelty and a lot of hardships, and it didn’t break us. Music and humor have been our way of coping and passing on messages...
Actress, comedienne, and activist Amanda Seales isn’t afraid to speak her mind. At the same time, many of her critics may find her to be controversial given her commentary on several different matters both in the real world and Hollywood. However, that has yet to stop the star from standing by what she believes—which more times than none have landed her invitations to prominent platforms.
Everything's Gonna Be All White's Amanda Seales Says Docuseries Righteously Challenges White Fragility
In Showtime’s three-part docuseries Everything’s Gonna Be All White, actress and comedian Amanda Seales wastes no time getting to the heart of the show. “I think what annoys me most about white people,” Seales can be heard saying in the trailer, “is when they pretend that they’re the victim. What’s also annoying is when they, you know, when they kill us.” Funny, informative and subversive, Everything’s Gonna Be All White and its BIPOC interview subjects create a history class of sorts that seeks to inform and challenge some viewers while giving voice and affirmation to others. The docuseries from director/executive producer Sacha Jenkins...
Actress and comedian Amanda Seales has played many roles in her professional life, including Tiffany DuBois, on the HBO hit series "Insecure." Now, she will be performing in the variety game show she created, “Smart Funny & Black.” Jericka Duncan spent time with Seales to discuss what's next.
Amanda Seales goes In the Comments with Essence about her love life, where she would like to possibly get married, being an Ivy graduate and her character Tiffany DuBois on the HBO show “Insecure.”. Seales is bringing her comedy game show Smart Funny & Black to the legendary Apollo Theater...
Insecure's AKA controversy has been the biggest situation to rock the HBO series in a while. Twitter users weren't exactly pleased when they watched Amanda Seales, as the bougie Tiffany DuBois, sport the AKA colors and letters. Many fans of the comedy (mostly Black Greeks) criticized not only the show but Seales and series co-creator Issa Rae as well. Black sororities and fraternities take their cultures seriously so, in some respects the reactions aren't too surprising. With things still somewhat bubbling, the Insecure star decided to address the issue head-on, after legal action was threatened.
Amanda Seales has responded to the backlash from the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. after her character, Tiffany, repped the sorority in the debut episode of the final season.
Amanda Seales knows how to style and profile, but that’s probably because picking an outfit requires a scientific approach. The comedian, actress, writer, and producer spoke with PIX11 News to share more about her comedy show for the New York Comedy Festival, “Smart, Funny, and Black.” Catch Seales at the Apollo Theater for the New […]