Ashley Nicole Black

Woman Crush Wednesday: Ashley Nicole Black is Back and Better Than Ever in ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show:’ Season 3

Happy April, everyone! We’re not foolin’ when we say that streaming services are serving up some of the best of the best new movies and shows this month. This week alone, there are plenty of exciting new titles hitting your favorite platforms, and with today’s Woman Crush Wednesday, we’re here to highlight one of them, as well as one of the incredible ladies who is helping to make the magic happen both on and off camera. This week, we’re celebrating an exceptional woman who has killed it as an actress, comedian, producer, and writer for projects on screens big and small over the past nine years, and is definitely a talent to keep an eye on right now. So without further ado, let’s give it up for your WCW, the amazing Ashley Nicole Black!
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Warner Bros TV Group signs Emmy winner Ashley Nicole Black to overall deal

Warner Bros Television Group (WBTVG) has signed Emmy-winning writer, actor and producer Ashley Nicole Black to an exclusive multi-year overall deal. Under the agreement, terms of which were not disclosed, Black will create and produce original programming for all platforms, including WarnerMedia’s streaming offering HBO Max, as well as third-party streamers, cable networks and broadcasters.
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Ashley Nicole Black Strikes Overall Deal With Warner Bros TV

Ashley Nicole Black, who wrote and produced Season 2 of Ted Lasso, is staying in business with Warner Bros Television. Black has signed an overall deal with the studio and will develop original series for WarnerMedia’s platforms including streamer HBO Max and cable outlets as well as rival streamers and linear broadcast networks. Black is currently a writer and producer on Bill Lawrence’s Warner Bros-produced drama series Bad Monkey, starring Vince Vaughn, for Apple. Black earned an Emmy Award in 2017 in the Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special category for her work on Full Frontal With Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House...
Marietta Daily Journal

Ashley Nicole Black on ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’s Emmy Noms & Writing for ‘Ted Lasso’

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Lowell Sun

Ashley Nicole Black is her own competition

At first, Ashley Nicole Black didn’t get why people kept sending her the meme of Spider-Man pointing at an identical Spider-Man, an image often used to joke about situations in which two incredibly similar people face off. But when someone Photoshopped Black’s face onto both Spider-Mans, it clicked. The 2021...

Ashley Nicole Black and Gabrielle Dennis on HBO’s “A Black Lady Sketch Show”

When HBO first partnered with now-world-famous show-runner, Issa Rae, for her television show, Insecure, the sky was the limit. Today, with Insecure headed into its fifth and final season, having made its way into the hearts of many adoring fans, Rae’s footprint on HBO remains large. Thankfully. In her own way, she has helped to usher in more diversity to the channel and a keener eye for more so in the future.

Go away with ... Ashley Nicole Black

Emmy Award winner Ashley Nicole Black is one of the writers and stars of HBO’s comedy series, “A Black Lady Sketch Show.” She recently was surprised to hear that Georgia politician Stacey Abrams said she’d want Black – or actress Viola Davis – to play her in a biopic. “I was in shock,” said Black. “I’m such a big fan of (her) and her work. So the idea that she likes my work as well is very humbling. And to even be mentioned in the same breath as Viola Davis? I’m not worthy!” Black stays in touch with her fans on Twitter (@ashleyn1cole) and Instagram (@ashnb1).