Good Black TV Shows are hard to find but they do exist. There are almost too many shows on streaming services to sort through and even watch. Honestly, most of the lists you will find online will tell you to watch the same shows. Then, of course you have to watch the current popular show to keep up with pop culture. What happens when the popular show is over and you can’t seem to find something else? That is where I come in, with a list of Black TV show’s you have likely not heard of but are all good.

So, here are 10 Black TV shows you likely haven’t heard of, haven’t seen and definitely need to watch:

1. Woke (Hulu)

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Caption: Cartoonist Keef Knight is now a popular activist on the rise, but he’s facing a world where “woke” has become big business. Can Keef and his friends bring about real change, or is it just about the dollar$? And can Keef navigate this new world without destroying what he’s become? Inspired by the life and work of artist Keith Knight, Woke continues to upend Black nerd and activist culture, deftly satirizing with a wink and a smile. Keef (Lamorne Morris), Gunther (Blake Anderson), Ayana (Sasheer Zamata) and Clovis (T. Murph), shown. (Courtesy of Hulu)

2. Lupin (NetFlix)

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3. South Side (HBO Max)

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4. Wonder Years (Hulu)

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5. Chewing Gum (Originally Netflix – Now HBO)

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6. Swagger (Apple TV)

7. Black Lady Sketch Show (HBO Max)

8. Happily Ever After (throwback cartoon – HBO Max)

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9. The Man Who Fell To Earth (Showtime)

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10. Flatbush Misdemeanors (Showtime)

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