Another week and another list of what to watch in Black TV this week.
Check out our picks and let us know what you think!
We Own This City – Tuesday 7th June @ 9pm | Sky Atlantic
The Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force attempts to fulfil its duty while navigating through the city’s corruption. Starring Wunmi Mosaku.
Hungry For It – Tuesday 7th June | BBC Three & BBC iPlayer
Hungry For It sees ten rookie cooks set off on the ultimate crash course for how to make it in the food business. Mentored by TV cook, Big Zuu and Chef Kay Kay, a personal chef to stars like Drake, P Diddy, Demi Lovato and Justin Bieber, the cooks have a chance to skill up and put their talent to the test, with the chance to win a culinary trip of a lifetime.
All American: S1 – Tuesday 7th June @ 7 pm | ITV2
US NFL drama from Greg Berlanti. A rising high school football player from South Central L.A. is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High. Starring Daniel Ezra.
Prejudice and Pride: The People’s History of LGBTQ Britain – Tuesday 7th June 9 pm | BBC Four
This is the story of ordinary LGBTQ people and their extraordinary lives, loves and struggles over the last 50 years. Presented by Stephen K Amos and Susan Calman.
Everything I Know About Love – Wednesday 8th June 10 pm | BBC Three
Romantic comedy following childhood best friends Maggie and Birdy as they move into their first London house-share with friends from university. Maggie becomes besotted with a sexy street musician but when their paths cross again, things take an unexpected turn. With Aliyah Odoffin & Jordan Peters.
Catfish UK: S2 – Thursday 9th June 8 pm | MTV
Brand new co-host Nella Rose joins Oobah to help emotionally entangled people discover whether their online relationship is real or not.
First Kill: S1 – Friday 10th June | Netflix
YA vampire story about a teenage vampire, whose “first kill” turns out to be more complicated than she could possibly imagine!
My Name Is Leon – Friday 10th June 9pm | BBC Two
In 1980s Birmingham, nine-year-old Leon, a mixed-race boy, embarks on a quest to reunite his family after being taken into care and separated from his blond and blue-eyed baby brother. Drama based on the novel by Kit De Waal, starring Malachi Kirby, Lenny Henry and Cole Martin. Written by Shola Amoo, and directed by Lynette Linton.
The British Soap Awards – Saturday 11th June @ 8 pm | ITV
Coverage of the awards ceremony that hands out awards. Coronation Street, Doctors, EastEnders, Emmerdale, and Hollyoaks will be battling it out.
Reggie Yates: Searching for Grenfell’s Lost Lives – Sunday 12th June 9 pm | BBC Three
The presenter meets families and friends of people who died in the Grenfell fire, to gain a greater understanding of the disaster’s victims as people and as members of a community that is still recovering. Reggie discovers the stories of a man who ran back into the tower to save his family, a woman who has come to Britain from the Philippines seeking answers concerning her aunt’s death, a Syrian man who came to Britain to start a new life after having escaped war in his home country, and one of the 18 children to die in the blaze.