Question: When was the first black sitcom?

Waters herself would make history in 1950 as the first African American to star in a show, Beulah, a sitcom about a maid serving a bungling white family, who got her employers out of scrapes in every episode.

What is the oldest black sitcom?

Amos n Andy The first television sitcom to portray black people, Amos n Andy, was widely popular among diverse audiences.

Whos the first black person on TV?

African Americans have appeared on television as long as the medium has been around. In fact, the first Black person on TV may have been Broadway star Ethel Waters, who hosted a one-off variety show on NBC on June 14, 1939, when television was still being developed.

Who was the first black writer in Hollywood?

Oscar Micheaux listen); January 2, 1884 – March 25, 1951) was an African-American author, film director and independent producer of more than 44 films....Oscar MicheauxAwardsDirectors Guild of America Awards: 1986 Golden Jubilee Special Award Hollywood Walk of Fame: 6721 Hollywood Boulevard5 more rows

What is the longest TV series in the world?

Guiding Light What is the worlds longest running TV show? The longest running tv show in the world is Guiding Light. With the show first starting on the radio, Guiding Light has been on for 72 years.

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