The first season of the the acclaimed ABC hit television show, Black-ish, centered around the day-to-day life of the Johnson family. Five seasons later, we have all become a part of the family, growing with them, heading off to college with them, and sharing in the collective issues and experiences that affect people of color in today’s society.
So, will we get to enjoy a seventh season with the Johnson’s? Yes! ABC has confirmed that Black-ish will head back to primetime for its new season!
What can we expect from the seventh season, you ask? Well, the new season is expected to follow the norm as previous seasons, focusing on characters trying and navigate life while balancing their believes with society’s.
— black-ish (@blackishabc) May 21, 2020
Although there is no set date as of yet when season seven will release, it is expected to premiere in 2021. If by some strange chance you haven’t seen at least one episode of Black-ish, the show first aired in September 2014 on ABC.
Black-ish stars Anthony Anderson as Andre “Dre’ Johnson, Tracee Elis Ross, as Dr. Rainbow “Bow” Johnson, Lawrence Fishburn as Pops, Jennifer Lewis as Ruby, Marcus Scribner as Andre “Junior” Johnson Jr., Miles Brown as Jackson “Jack” Johnson, and Marsai Martin as Brown’s fraternal twin, Diane Johnson. Yara Shahidi also starred in Black-ish as Zoey Johnson prior to heading of to college with her own spin-off, Grown-ish. Black-ish also touts another popular new spin-off, Mixed-ish, where we learn about the truly unique backstory of Dr. Rainbow “Bow” Johnson.
Stay tuned to find out exactly when the new season will arrive. We know that we cannot wait and are going to be on pins and needles until 2021 gets here to see!