The fifth current season of will include Black-ish Rainbow-centric episodes. The event, which is already taking a film in March, highlights with eleven character of the character of Tracee Ellis Ross of Rainbow. No deals are made but I have heard that the incident could be a backdoor pilot for a series of potential bankrupt. Peter Saji, the co-executive producer of Black-ish is in talks with the episode, set in the 1980s-90s, which focuses around Rainbow growing up.
If the event comes to an end, Black-ish Creator Ken Barris is expected to be an executive producer in terms of the potential preview but it is unlikely to have creative participation everyday his day because of his commitment to fully deal with Netflix.
Black-ish was one successful spinoff, Freeforms Grown-ish, which emerged as a backdoor pilot pilot of the maternity series with the character of Yara Shahidi, Zoey Johnson, as She goes to college
Black-ish was created and performed by Barris, the recognized one-piece comedy a African-American rich family struggling to raise their children in the white and Most of the suburbs to be done well.
The series of stars Anthony Anderson as Dre, Ross as Rainbow, Marcus Scribner as Andre Jr., Miles Brown as Jack, Marsai Martin as Diane, Jenifer Lewis as Ruby, Laurence Fishburne as Pops, Peter Mackenzie as Mr. Stevens and Dean Cole as Charlie Telphy.
The show has numerous awards and designations including the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for the Ross, Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for the High Quality Series, and the TCA Award for Unsatisfactory Achievement.
Grown-ish also created by Barris, who is the oldest daughter, Zoey (Shahidi), as she starts on her journey to her people, recently refreshed by ABC's sibling network freeform for the third season.