Ahead of its eighth and final season, the cast of the Emmy(R)-winning “black-ish” revealed the vibrant new key art to celebrate its farewell run. Paying homage to the very first season, the new art shows just how much the Johnsons have grown up in front of their fans for over eight years of beloved television. From its titular origins to the dialogue created from the “Juneteenth” episode and the many hard topics about race, politics and family, “black-ish” continues its legacy in its momentous final season, premiering TUESDAY, JAN. 4 (9:30PM) on ABC.

For over eight years “black-ish” has taken a fun yet bold look at one man’s determination to establish a sense of cultural identity for his family. The series has told stories that shine a light on current events through the lens of the Johnson family and, during the seventh season, they addressed the global pandemic, voting, systemic racism, and the movement for social justice and equality.

Black-ish

ABC // Season: 8
A family man struggles to gain a sense of cultural identity while raising his kids in a predominantly white, ...

“black-ish” has won an Emmy for Outstanding Contemporary Hairstyling (Araxi Lindsey) and has received 19 Emmy nominations to date, including Outstanding Comedy, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy (Anthony Anderson), Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy (Tracee Ellis Ross) and Outstanding Contemporary Costume (Michelle R. Cole and Devon Patterson). ABC’s “black-ish” received a prestigious Peabody Award in 2016 and the American Film Institute selected the show as one of their Television Honorees for 2015. Tracee Ellis Ross won a Golden Globe Award in 2017 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Comedy. The show swept the 2019 NAACP Image Awards’ television comedy categories and won Outstanding Comedy Series for the fifth year in a row, Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series for Anthony Anderson, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series for Tracee Ellis Ross and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Marsai Martin. In 2020 the NAACP Image Awards honored the show with 11 nominations including Outstanding Comedy Series.

The series stars Anthony Anderson as Andre “Dre” Johnson, Tracee Ellis Ross as Rainbow Johnson, Yara Shahidi as Zoey Johnson, Marcus Scribner as Andre Johnson Jr., Miles Brown as Jack Johnson, Marsai Martin as Diane Johnson, Laurence Fishburne as Pops, Jenifer Lewis as Ruby, Peter Mackenzie as Mr. Stevens, Deon Cole as Charlie Telphy, Jeff Meacham as Josh and Katlyn Nichol as Olivia. “black-ish” was created by Kenya Barris and is executive produced by Barris, Courtney Lilly, Laura Gutin Peterson, Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Helen Sugland, E. Brian Dobbins and Michael Petok. The series is produced by ABC Signature, a part of Disney Television Studios.