Lifestyles & Trends: The State Of Black Entertainment While Tyler Perry's "Madea Goes To Jail" was a box office hit this past weekend, raking in more than $41 million dollars, ABC gave a preview of their new midseason replacement shows and we didn't see one person of color. NPR's Allison Samuels discusses the week's entertainment news with NPR correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates.
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Lifestyles & Trends: The State Of Black Entertainment

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Lifestyles & Trends: The State Of Black Entertainment

Lifestyles & Trends: The State Of Black Entertainment

Lifestyles & Trends: The State Of Black Entertainment

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While Tyler Perry's "Madea Goes To Jail" was a box office hit this past weekend, raking in more than $41 million dollars, ABC gave a preview of their new midseason replacement shows and we didn't see one person of color.

NPR's Allison Samuels discusses the week's entertainment news with NPR correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates.