Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson have had a hit on their hands for the past few years with the ABC scripted series “Black-Ish.”
Now viewers will get to enjoy the show for yet another season.
According to Variety, ABC has renewed the show for a fourth season. The show, which also stars Yara Shahidi, Miles Brown, Marsai Martin, Marcus Scribner and Laurence Fishburne, has definitely been a fan favorite.
Stacy Traub, who was previously the show runner of another ABC series, will come on board as an executive producer for the upcoming season. Her move to the show comes after she recently extended her deal with the network.
“Black-ish” has been the recipient of multiple awards throughout the years.
The show has received multiple Emmy nominations, and this year Tracee Ellis Ross won a Golden Globe for her role on the show. It also remains one of the networks most top rated shows, after bringing in 2.5 million viewers throughout its third season.
The show has also served as the starting force for a new series starring Yara Shaidi. The show, which is currently in the works, will follow her character Zoey Johnson as she heads off to college.
Roommates are you here for a new season of “Black-ish?”