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Tiffany Haddish, Deon Cole To Host ‘Friday Night Vibes’; Snoop Dogg Joins For Premier

Tiffany Haddish hosts alongside co-host Deon Cole, for TBS’ year long celebration in Black cinema – Friday Night Vibes. On Friday, June 18 TBS will kick off the new 52-week movie destination with its first in-studio guest, Snoop Dogg. The year-long cinematic celebration will spotlight feel-good comedies, action-packed blockbusters and culturally significant storytelling inclusive of diverse voices. Snoop Dogg joins Haddish and Cole with the broadcast of Creed and Creed 2; launching the year-round celebration of all things for the culture, as well as commemorate and honor Juneteenth and Father’s Day.
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Deon Cole Doesn’t Think Conan Would Make A Good DJ - CONAN on TBS

Not only is Deon a successful comedian, he’s on his way to becoming a successful DJ - and he doesn’t think Conan has what it takes. Team Coco is the official YouTube channel of late night host Conan O'Brien, CONAN on TBS & TeamCoco.com. Subscribe now to be updated on the latest videos: http://bit.ly/W5wt5D.
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Movie Trailer: ‘Welcome Matt’ [starring Tahj Mowry, Deon Cole]

Check out the hilarious trailer for ‘Welcome Matt,’ the Tahj Mowry-led comedy coming courtesy of Gravitas Ventures. The directorial debut of celebrated filmmaker Leon Pierce Jr., the movie tells the fictional story of a well-known writer and director (‘Matt’ portrayed by Mowry) who suffered an experience so traumatic it leads him to a bout with agoraphobia. Determined not to let that stop his dreams, he – with the help of his friends – attempts to direct, write, and star in a feature film all from the comfort of his home.
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Deon Cole partners with Cottonelle to raise awareness about colorectal cancer

Comedian and actor Deon Cole has partnered with Cottonelle and the nonprofit organization BLKHLTH to raise awareness about colorectal cancer. In its inaugural year, Cottonelle has committed to donating $750,000 to BLKHLTH to reach Black people with critical information about the disease. Rolling out recently sat down with Cole to discuss the partnership, the importance of early cancer screenings and where to get more information.
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Deon Cole produced film debuts at SXSW

Deon Cole steps behind the camera for his latest project, “I’M FINE (Thanks For Asking).” The movie conceived by writing and producing partner Kelley Kali is the story of a mother who finds herself homeless during the pandemic. The film debuts at SXSW this week. For festival and screening details...
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Deon Cole On Executive Producing New Indie Film – ‘I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking)’

PRODUCER/WRITER – Roma Kong. Watch blackfilm.com interview with co-directors Kelley Kali & Angelique Molina here. Kelley Kali developed the “I’m Fine (Thanks For Asking)” storyline looking around the Los Angeles area as the COVID crisis started to shutter businesses and diminish earnings of so many late last spring. The storyline centers on a recently widowed mother who becomes homeless and convinces her 8-year-old daughter that they are only camping for fun while she works to get them off the streets.
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Deon Cole Left 'Black-ish' Due to a Prior Commitment With Another Show

If you consider yourself to be a bonafide black-ish fan, then you know there are some things you can always count on: never-ending laughter and a hilarious take of the cast tackling political issues. And while the show continues to gain major acclaim for its talented cast and interesting storyline, there are a few questions that continue to come up in regards to the show.
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Tommy Davidson, Deon Cole Prominently Featured in ABC News Groundbreaking Primetime Newscast, “SOUL OF A NATION,” March 2021

ABC News announced today it will launch a groundbreaking primetime newscast, the first broadcast network newsmagazine that aims to put Black life in America front and center. The historic six-episode series, “Soul of a Nation,” will present viewers with a unique window into authentic realities of Black life and dive deeper into this critical moment of racial reckoning. Each episode will explore a specific theme, including spirituality, Black joy, activism in sports and the racial reckoning that erupted after George Floyd’s death. Jemele Hill, Marsai Martin and others are among the stellar roster of special guest hosts for each episode with interviews and reporting by ABC News anchors and correspondents, including Adrienne Bankert, Linsey Davis, T.J. Holmes, Sunny Hostin, Janai Norman, Steve Osunsami, Byron Pitts, Deborah Roberts, David Scott and Pierre Thomas and ESPN’s Michael Wilbon. Additional guest hosts will be announced at a later date. “Soul of a Nation” comes to Tuesday nights starting this March on ABC. Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on Hulu.