This is the Reunion We've Been Waiting 25 Years For
Keenen Ivory Wayans blessed us in the 1990s with his hilarious sketch comedy show, “In Living Color.”
From his younger siblings to Jamie Foxx, Tommy Davidson, and David Alan Grier, “In Living Color” featured an array of Black talent who went on to experience tremendous success.
This summer, they’ll be reunited at the 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival.
To honor this iconic series, Tribeca’s TV Program will screen the show’s pilot episode - more than two decades after the finale aired on May 24, 1994. Can you say nostalgia?
The festival’s press release describes the event as “a look at [In Living Color] 25 years after its finale with a screening of the pilot and reunion/conversation with creator Keenen Ivory Wayans and Shawn Wayans, Kim Wayans, Tommy Davidson, Rosie Perez, and David Alan Grier.”
“In Living Color” is an important fixture in Black America. And we’re excited to see the show get the respect and honor it deserves as the cultural phenomenon that it was - and remains.
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