Michelle Obama Meets The Johnsons In The Black-ish Season 8 Premiere

Guess who pulled a seat at the Johnsons dinner table? For Dre and Bow Johnson (Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross), it’s not a dream come true.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama will be a guest star in the upcoming season 8 premiere of the Emmy Awards® and the Golden Globe® Award-nominated comedy series Black-ish.

According to the report of ABC, “The launch will take us through an eventful evening with old FLOTUS and the Johnsons. Bow convinces Dre to attend a fundraising event for When we all vote with the hope of being able to make some new couples, as well as contribute to increasing voter participation in the upcoming elections. Dre is not convinced, and hopes that nothing but husbands will be there. Lo and behold, their expectations were far exceeded when the special guest of the evening was Michelle Obama,” in a stunning purple vest outfit.

Anthony Anderson, Michelle Obama and Tracee Ellis Ross (Source: ABC / Richard Cartwright)

Since its launch in 2014, Black-ish recognized as proud and politically correct. It cannot be denied that nature Kenya Barris’ works his magic by pointing out inequality Black community endurance. And in a funny way. In doing so, the family sitcom covered some of the stuff related to the first black First Family. The Johnsons dressed up as the Obamas in season 2’s Halloween episode, “Jacked o’ Lantern,” and the 2016 episode “Hope” using archival footage of Barack Obama’s inauguration.

Political history of Black-ish

As BLACK ENTERPRISE before report, in the network’s technical presentations last year, Barris, with Courtney Lilly, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Anthony Anderson, discussed the show’s history in addressing important issues in the Black community and why they decided to create the election episode.

“Overall, I think we all felt that the show, in previous years, was an amplifier of things to talk about in society, and especially at this point, the show will [unusual] but important is necessary,” says Barris. Limit line. “We felt the need to share our opinions with ABC, and we appreciate that they’ve allowed us to have a say right now, with what’s going on in society.”

The last season of Black-ish premieres Tuesday, January 4, at 9:30 p.m. EST/PST on ABC. Watch episodes on demand and on demand Hulu days after their premiere. Michelle Obama Meets The Johnsons In The Black-ish Season 8 Premiere


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