SSNPod #236 | The Arrowverse Negro Exchange Program | #saysomethingnew

What happens when a CW superhero show is forced to retire its main Black male superhero? Bring in another who’s been suffering from neglect on one of the other DCTV shows! In this episode, the SSN Crew discusses Keiynan Lonsdale’s long-rumored move to “Legends of Tomorrow,” the Sundance Film Festival, the NAACP Image Awards, reviews of the mid-season premiere of “Riverdale” and the “USS Callister” episode of “Black Mirror,” and both Mo’Nique and Tracee Ellis Ross fighting for better and fairer compensation for their talents.

SHOW NOTES:
• 0:00:00: 2018 Sundance Film Festival
• 0:12:24: 2018 NAACP Image Awards & Film News
• 0:39:05: TV Reviews
  ◦ “grown-ish” (FreeForm)
  ◦ “Black Mirror” (Netflix)
  ◦ “The Flash” (The CW)
  ◦ “Riverdale” (The CW)
  ◦ “Living Single” (FOX)
  ◦ “Bob’s Burgers” (FOX)
  ◦ “The Chi” (Showtime)
• 0:59:08: TV News: Keiynan Lonsdale moves to “Legends of Tomorrow” + more
• 1:06:37: Music News: Jermaine Dupri vs. OutKast
• 1:13:47: Say Something Nice Challenge

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