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Tracy Morgan, Tituss Burgess & More Black Stars Coming to Netflix This May

Tracy Morgan, Tituss Burgess & More Black Stars Coming to Netflix This May

Tracy Morgan is back, Tituss Burgess gives us a bit of Lemonade, and it’s Christmas in May this month on Netflix. Check out what other titles coming this month feature Black characters, casts, or content.

May 1

Netflix brings another Richard Pryor comedy special wit Icon.

Everyone’s talking about Jordan Peele, but his partner in comedy Keegan-Michael Key is still out there getting WORK. Catch his movie, Don’t Think Twice, written and directed by comedian Mike Birbiglia.

May 5

One of the most diverse sci-fi shows out there, and definitely in Netflix’s Originals line-up, Sense 8 returns for its second season. Starring Doctor Who’s Freema Agyeman, Aml Ameen, Doona Bae, Tina Desai, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, and many many more awesome actors. 

May 8

Starring Andre Royo (The Wire), Hunter Gatherer (IMDb) is about a man returning from 3 years in prison to a family who doesn’t want anything to do with him. He meets a new friend, Jeremy (George Sample III) and the movie takes off from there. The movie also stars Kellee Stewart, Karina Bonnefil, Ashley Wilkerson, and Kevin Jackson.

May 15

The Intent (IMDb)

May 16

It’s been three years since the traffic accident that nearly took Tracy Morgan’s life. After a coma and a grueling recovery, Tracy is back on stage for the first time! He’s made appearances in movies and talk shows, but he’s getting his stand-up groove back. Tracy Morgan: Staying Alive airs May 16th.

May 19

#SlayAllDay on May 19th with Netflix Original Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Tituss Andromedon (just add him to the title, y’all). Tituss Burgess already gave a preview of the season with his Lemonade/”Hold Up” parody. Watch all 13 episodes of Kimmy Schmidt’s 3rd season and get your life.

Behind the Making of 'The Wiz': A Phantasmagoria of Sights, Sounds, and Diana Ross

May 26

Believe, Christmas in May film starring Issac Ryan Brown, Lance E. Nichols (Treme), and Danielle Nicolet.

Get Me Roger Stone is for those trying to understand how we got here, you know, politically. But be warned, it might raise your blood pressure. #StayWoke, as Netflix told us.

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