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"Black-ish" actor Anthony Anderson earns degree from Howard University

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WKRC) - Actor and comedian Anthony Anderson has fulfilled his 30-year-long dream of earning his diploma from Howard University. The 51-year-old star of the ABC comedy "Black-ish" graduated with a bachelor of fine arts from the historically Black college on May 7. Anderson flashed his new degree while...
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After Law And Order Star Anthony Anderson Celebrated NBC's Big Renewal News, The Show Responded With An A+ Joke

Not long after all three shows in CBS’ FBI franchise got renewals for two more seasons, NBC announced that Law & Order and Law & Order: Organized Crime will be joining the already-announced Law & Order: SVU for the 2022-23 TV season. With all three of Dick Wolf’s TV franchises in the clear, fans are going to be in for another season full of action. L&O star Anthony Anderson is celebrating, with an A+ joke response from the series.
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Anthony Anderson and More Stars Are Getting New Shows on E!

Your favorite stars are about to put the E! in peak TV. On May 11, the network announced plans for multiple new shows (and six new original scripted romantic comedy movies!) including Black Pop, a multi-part, archive-rich series executive produced by Stephen Curry. Premiering in early 2023, Black Pop will explore how Black Americans have impacted and shaped culture through film, television, music and comedy.
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Anthony Anderson Celebrates Graduating From Howard University at 51

Anthony Anderson is officially a college graduate. The “Black-ish” star, 51, just earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Howard University, and he celebrated his achievement on Instagram. “To quote Biggie, 'IT WAS ALL A DREAM!' Words can’t begin to describe the emotional roller coaster I’m on...
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E! to Debut Original Rom-Com Films in 2023, Sets New Unscripted Shows From Anthony Anderson, Joel McHale

Click here to read the full article. E! is getting into the original TV movie business. The NBCUniversal cabler has announced plans to begin programming original romantic comedy films beginning in 2023. The network has commissioned six films to start, though further details about the films were not readily available. The move into made-for-TV movies at the network comes amid shifting tides in the world of cable and linear television channels. NBCUniversal and other legacy media companies are shifting considerable resources to their streaming efforts, leaving observers wondering what the future of traditional networks like E! will be. Hallmark and Lifetime have...
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E! orders its first-ever TV movies, plus an Anthony Anderson and Mom travel series, Raising a F***ing Star and Steph Curry's Black Pop

The cable network is getting into the TV movie business by ordering six romantic comedy films that will begin airing in 2023. E! has also ordered Anthony Anderson and Mom: European Vacation, following the son and his mother Doris as they go on a six-week tour of Europe. Raising a F***ing Star is an offshoot of Bravo's Showbiz Moms & Dads with all-new bigger-than-life parents of budding stars with higher stakes and more talented kids. The Curry-produced Black Pop looks back at the Black American dream through decades of pop culture, exploring how Black Americans shaped our culture through film, television, music and comedy.
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Anthony Anderson on his journey from Howard to Hollywood and back

WASHINGTON - "I painted these walls black, this floor black, helped hang these lights," said Anthony Anderson, ticking off his long-ago handy-work before settling into a front-row seat in the black box theater space at Howard University, the "Black-ish" star's soon-to-be alma mater. "Everything that you see here right now is what we did back in 1988."
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