Zoey (Yara Shahidi) declares Drake the voice of her generation at the top of this episode, with an emphatic speech about how the emotional lyrics written on the screen so perfectly capture the way her and her peers relate to each other. “We live in a generation of, not being in love, and not being
One Person’s Safe Space is Another Person’s Landmine University campuses across the country have had to reckon with a growing demand for “safe spaces.” Ana (Francia Raisa) describes them in this episode as “a place where minorities can go to just be themselves,” but not everyone agrees with her, both on the concept of “safe spaces”
Zoey Johnson (Yara Shahidi) deals with a heartbreak in this touching episode.
Grown-ish recap: Zoey’s virginity is revealed on Instagram with the #virgin and drama ensues.
Grown-ish, the Black-ish Spinoff Promises to Explore Charged Topics Grown-ish, the Black-ish spinoff, sets out to explore contemporary social issues, this time through the lens of the Millennial college experience. The January 3rd kick-off featured the first two episodes of the series. Zoey Johnson (Yara Shahidi)’s undergraduate antics feel both familiar and foreign, and certainly
ABC’s award-winning sitcom Black-ish is slated to launch its spin-off, Grown-ish, in early 2018. Unlike the original program, which dominates a primetime slot on ABC, Grown-ish will live on ABC’s sister-channel Freeform, targeted primarily at a teen and tween demographic. Grown-ish features the oldest daughter from the original show, Zooey (played by Yara Shahidi), going