Can We Talk? A History of African-Americans and Talk Shows

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Keenen Ivory Wayans: The Keenen Ivory Wayans Show

After walking away from his groundbreaking sketch comedy show In Living Color, Keenen went in a totally different TV direction, venturing into late-night talk show territory. His show would become part of the gluttony of black-hosted late-night talk programs in 1998, including Vibe (with comedian Chris Spencer) and The Magic Hour hosted by Magic Johnson).

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