Someone recently sent me a Facebook message about videos at While I was told to begin with “PuNanny Diaries,” I ended up relating to and fangirling the webseries “Finding My Obama.” This led to my search for more online black series and eventual viewing of every episode of “Black and Single,” “Yellow,” and “That Guy.” These shows are what television is missing. They’re not only often hilarious (and I’m not exaggerating), but they also have those ‘oh no he/she didn’t’ moments that don’t require ghetto antics to keep you watching. I used to save these online black series viewings for my bubble bath time, but now I’m just plain addicted to Black & Sexy TV. I especially love the fact that the shows all feature ample amounts of eye candy. I realize that I’m late to the cause, but take a look at what you might have missed:

It’s nice to know there are so many options out there for black web series now. You don’t know how sad it is for me to constantly watch re-runs of Different World, Cosby Show, and Good Times (well, mixed in with a little ratchet tv–Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta, etc.). Black & Sexy TV has brought me into present-day television. Glad to hear that some (or one) show was even recently picked up by a major network. But even more important, it’s nice to see black faces on television that aren’t fighting and tossing their weave around. These reality shows are getting a little boring. Take a moment to return to a better more scripted reality. The writers for these online webseries are really doing their thing.

Happy reading, y’all.