All TV shows from Black, creators of BIPOC in 2022-2023 – List update

Progress in front of and behind the camera continues to be gradual despite popular claims of a “racial account” and a renaissance for non-white creatives.

Progress continues to be incremental in front of and behind television cameras in Hollywood. A UCLA TV Diversity Study in October 2021 looked at 461 scripted TV shows that aired or streamed during the 2019-20 season. It found that only 32.1% of scripted shows on the broadcast network, 28.1% on cable TV and 26.8% on streaming platforms, featured predominantly non-white actors. Each category has seen an increase of about 2 to 3 percent over the previous season. In summary, despite popular claims of a “renaissance” for BIPOC creatives in Hollywood (especially African Americans), there is still a lot of work to be done on the issue of inclusion in all fields of life. ‘use.

As their study indicates, the BIPOC group is not represented in proportion to its share of the American population, even though public interest in programming with talent that represents the diversity of the country continues to increase.

When BIPOC stories are vetted by non-BIPOC creatives, the character plots may lack authenticity, or may feature stereotypically dependent writing, or characters described as “uncultured.” Therefore, a key question to never stop asking is whether the nation’s so-called “racial calculation” will have a real impact on the hiring practices of the industry in a way that will show up in the future. 2022 TV diversity reports. For now, the outlook remains hazy.

One thing is clear is that reality TV reigns supreme and, based on each network’s 2022 timeline, this is a trend that will not only continue, but accelerate.

Here’s IndieWire’s take on the scripted series created and / or overseen by BIPOC creatives for major platforms, slated for the 2022/2023 TV season. The list will be updated as networks (especially streamers) consolidate their lineups and make mid-season announcements. However, it’s still unclear what exactly the traditional TV schedule will look like next year and beyond, with disruptors like Netflix featuring new series virtually every week throughout the year, and new streamers. solidifying their position.

Throughout the year there have been numerous announcements of new series, driver pickups and series orders, but most have not yet been dated and are therefore excluded from the list below, which will be updated periodically, as firm dates are set.

“Abbott Elementary” – Quinta Brunson, designer, star
“Black-ish” – Kenya Barris, creator
“Grey’s Anatomy” – Shonda Rhimes, designer
“Promised Land” – Matt Lopez, creator
“Queens” – Zahir McGhee, creator
“The wonderful years” – Saladin Patterson, creator
“Women of movement” – Marissa Jo Cerar, designer, writer; Gina Prince-Bythewood, director

“Harlem” – Tracy Oliver, designer and showrunner
“Mr. & Mrs. Smith” – Donald Glover, co-creator
“With love” – ​​Gloria Calderón-Kellett, designer
“The summer I became pretty” – Jenny Hahn, designer

“Sherman’s Showcase” – Bashir Salahuddin and Diallo Riddle, creators
“The Walking Dead” – Angela Kang, showrunner

Apple TV +
“Truth Be Told” – Nichelle Tramble Spellman, creator and showrunner

“Sistas” – Tyler Perry, creator
“Assisted Living” – Tyler Perry, Creator
“The Oval” – Tyler Perry, creator
“Twenties” – Lena Waithe, designer
“Tales” – Irv Gotti, creator

“Bruh” – Tyler Perry, creator
“Ruthless” – Tyler Perry, creator
“First Wives Club” – Tracy Oliver, creator and showrunner

“The Neighborhood” – Meg DeLoatch, showrunner
“Bob ♥ Abishola” – Gina Yashere, co-creator
“SWAT” – Aaron Rahsaan Thomas, co-developer and co-showrunner

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“Star Trek: Strange New Worlds” – Jenny Lumet, co-creator

Central comedy
“Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens” – Awkwafina and Teresa Hsiao, creators

Disney +
“Diary of a future president” – Ilana Peña, designer and showrunner
“Doogie Kamealoha MD” – Kourtney Kang, creator and showrunner
“Ms. Marvel” – Bisha K. Ali, creator
“Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur” – Laurence Fishburne, Helen Sugland, creators
“She-Hulk” – Jessica Gao, designer
“The Proud Family” – Bruce Wayne Smith, Creator; Doreen Spicer, co-developer

Free form
“Grown-ish” – Kenya Barris and Larry Wilmore, creators

“Atlanta” – Donald Glover, creator
“Mayans MC” – Elgin James, creator
“Snowfall” – John Singleton, creator
“Reservation Dogs” – Sterlin Harjo, showrunner and co-creator; Taika Waititi, co-creator

“Our Kind of People” – Karen Gist, Designer
“The cleaning lady” – Miranda Kwok, developed by

“Industry” – Mickey Down, co-creator
“A Black Lady Sketch Show” – Robin Thede, creator, showrunner
“Westworld” – Lisa Joy, co-creator, co-showrunner

“DMZ” – Roberto Patino, developer, showrunner; Ava DuVernay, executive producer
“The Stewardess” – Natalie Chaidez, co-showrunner
“The Sex Lives of Students” – Mindy Kaling, co-creator

“Ramy” – Ramy Youssef, creator and showrunner
“Wu-Tang: an American saga” – RZA, Alex Tse, creators

“Young Rock” – Nahnatchka Khan and Jeff Chiang, creators; Nahnatchka Khan, showrunner.

“Dark Desire” – Leticia López Margalli, designer
“Never have I ever” – Mindy Kaling, co-creator
“Inventing Anna” – Shonda Rhimes, designer

“Young Dylan” – Tyler Perry, Creator

“All Rise” – Dee Harris-Lawrence, showrunner
“Cherish the Day” – Ava DuVernay, designer; Raynelle Swilling and Teri Schaffer, co-showrunners
“Queen Sugar” – Ava DuVernay, designer
“David Makes Man” – Tarell McCraney, creator; Dee Harris-Lawrence, showrunner
“Kings of Napa” – Janine Sherman Barrois, designer, showrunner

Paramount +
“The Game” – Devon Greggory, showrunner

Show time
“Flatbush Misdemeanors” – Kevin Iso, co-creator
“Le Chi” – Lena Waithe, designer
“Ziwe” – Ziwe Fumudoh, creator and executive producer
“The man who fell to earth” – Jenny Lumet, co-creator and co-showrunner

“BMF” – Randy Huggins, showrunner
“Blindspotting” – Daveed Diggs, co-creator
“P-Valley” – Katori Hall, creator, showrunner
The “Power” Franchise – Courtney A. Kemp, Creator and Showrunner
“Run the World” – Leigh Davenport, creator; Yvettte Lee Bowser, showrunner

“Chad” – Nasim Pedrad, creator
“The Last OG” – Jordan Peele, co-creator; Saladin K. Patterson, showrunner

“Claws” – Janine Sherman Barrois, showrunner

The CW
“4400” – Arianna Jackson, co-showrunner
“All American” – Nkechi Okoro Carroll, showrunner
“All American: Homecoming” – Nkechi Okoro Carroll, developer, executive producer
“DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” – Keto Shimizu, co-showrunner
“Kung Fu” – Christina M. Kim, developer, co-showrunner
“Naomi” – Ava DuVernay, co-developer
“Riverdale” – Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, developer, showrunner
“The Flash” – Eric Wallace, showrunner
“Two Sentence Horror Stories” – Vera Miao, creator

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