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‘Insecure’ Season 2 Set For A July Premiere Date

#TeamIssa or #TeamLawrence

Movies & TV

Issa Rae And Jussie Smollett Team Up For New YouTube Series ‘GIANTS’

Issa Rae's production company is ready to release a new web-series that'll surely have you hooked this winter season.

Entertainment

Donald Glover, Issa Rae And Lin-Manuel Miranda Participate In Creativity Roundtable

Along with Damien Chazelle and moderated by director Jon Favreau, the three discuss creativity, success and staying sane.

Movies & TV

Issa Rae Shares What’s Next For The Characters On ‘Insecure’

The 31-year-old creator displayed her plans for the status of a few central characters in season two, beginning with the her on-screen counterpart, Lawrence.

Movies & TV

‘Insecure’ Set To Return To HBO For Second Season

Get ready to plan your 'Insecure' watch parties in advance.

Movies & TV

5 Reasons Why Issa Rae’s ‘Insecure’ Is A Must Watch For Those Still Trying To Figure It Out

If you don't have your whole life figured out, and your cable bill may or may not be past due, Issa Rae's Insecure is for you.

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Issa Rae Raised Over $300,000 In Scholarship Fund For Alton Sterling’s Children

Issa Rae launched a GoFundMe for the 37-year-old's children which would help to further their education.

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Jay Ellis Admits To Being A “Lovable Loser” In Issa Rae’s ‘Insecure’

Jay Ellis describes portraying a deadbeat boyfriend, executing Issa Rae's vision for the show and c**ksocks... Yep, c**ksocks came up in conversation.

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The Trailer For Issa Rae’s “Insecure” Is All Kinds Of Hilarious

Our favorite awkward black girl is back with a hilarious new HBO series.

Features

Black Girl Magic 2015: The Year Black Women Lived Boldly

In 2015, black women dominated in several arenas including politics, law, entertainment and film, proving that black girls indeed do have magic.

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Issa Rae Is Spotlighting Races Issues Black Women Face To HBO’s ‘Insecure’

Filmmaker Issa Rae is making strides in race relations for black girls.
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