The history of predominately Black sitcoms in the United States is a very interesting one. Although the first Black sitcom, Amos ‘n’ Andy, debuted in the early 1950s, it would take another 20 years for there to be another one. That said, Black shows were few and far between until the 1990s. At the same time, however, the 80s gave us some of the most iconic Black sitcoms, and many of them paved the way for the shows that came later. If you were around when these shows were on the air, you probably have some very fond memories. Although it’s been nearly 40 years since some of these shows went on the air, many of them are still being talked about today. Here is our take on the 10 best Black sitcoms from the 80s.