The Haitian American actor talks about his journey from Massachusetts to Los Angeles, playing Ahmal Dee on "Insecure," and his plans to bolster the work of diverse filmmakers.
Looking back at her three seasons on Issa Rae's groundbreaking HBO series, the actor says shows like it "don’t come along every day."
After being in Issa Rae's web series "Awkward Black Girl" and then her groundbreaking HBO show, Sujata Day directed, wrote, produced and stars in "Definition Please."
After years of work, Issa has finally achieved her professional dream on "Insecure." Now, Penny has too.
The HBO show tackled uncomfortable parenting truths in an explosive fight between Condola, played by Christina Elmore, and Jay Ellis' Lawrence.
How Christina Elmore’s ‘Weirdest Audition Ever’ Led To One Of The Most Talked-About Characters On 'Insecure'
The actor talks about getting a kick out of fan reactions to Condola and reflects on how the groundbreaking HBO show has been "a humongous blessing."
The actor talked about his breakout role as Nathan on “Insecure,” entertainment as a vessel for activism, and the importance of ownership of Black stories.
The premiere episode of the HBO show’s final season ended with a bang that gave viewers a lot to say.
Watching Issa Rae’s series was the ultimate communal experience for Black TV viewers — and to see it come to an end is bittersweet.
The “Making the Band” producer discusses filling a void in television with executive producer Issa Rae and the future of “Sweet Life.”
The 36-year-old "Insecure" creator joked that the photos were part of an "impromptu photo shoot" and credited a wedding company for making it feel "so real."
The "Insecure" creator said the new role was a childhood dream.
The acclaimed HBO series is coming to an end, and fans are having a hard time.
"Insecure" is ending, but the creator already has a new project in the works.
With the landmark anniversary and the final season of “Insecure” announced, Rae is about to start a new chapter.
Executive producer Prentice Penny explained how the episodes have a connection to former President Barack Obama.
The rapper accused "Saturday Night Live" of pitting Black people against Black people.
But ... "Maybe?" wondered Michael Che.
“And, you know, one of us got fired after that,” the “Insecure” creator and star said at the Emmys.
The director also talks about the climactic finale, Kerry Washington stepping in as director and fans' tweets.