Despite all the cancellations of 2020, the BET Awards will go on as planned with host Amanda Seales on Sunday at 8/7c.
Musicians Beyonce, Drake and Nicki Minaj are on the list of top winners of all time, along with tennis icon Serena Williams. Watch the BET Awards 2020 this Sunday at 8/7c.
Since the very first show in 2001, the BET Awards has been celebrating Black excellence while uplifting the community. Watch the BET Awards 2020 this Sunday at 8/7c.
Pairs who have won the Best Male Hip Hop Artist and Best Female Hip Hop Artist Awards include Cardi B and Nipsey Hussle. Watch the BET Awards 2020 this Sunday at 8/7c.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, Jay-Z and Beyonce, and Nicole Ari Parker and Boris Kodjoe have all stunned at the BET Awards. Watch the BET Awards 2020 this Sunday at 8/7c.
Beyonce has delivered some of the most iconic moments on the BET Awards stage. Watch the BET Awards 2020 this Sunday at 8/7c.
The BET Awards provides the perfect moment to raise awareness about important social and political issues facing the country. Watch the BET Awards 2020 this Sunday at 8/7c.
Take a walk down memory lane with previous hosts like Regina Hall, Chris Rock, Mo'Nique, D.L. Hughley and Jamie Foxx. Watch the BET Awards 2020 this Sunday at 8/7c.
Sam Jay and Melvin Gregg reflect on recent triumphs and tragedies that have defined Black culture, including #MeToo, "Black Panther," COVID-19 and the murder of George Floyd.
Megan Thee Stallion weighs in on her BET Awards 2020 nominations, her love of West Coast beats and if stars should feel obligated to support movements like Black Lives Matter.
Saweetie talks about her 2020 Best Female Hip Hop Artist nomination and donating all the proceeds of her PrettyLittleThing clothing collaboration to Black Lives Matter.
Patrisse Cullors, Viola Davis, Sterling K. Brown, Spike Lee, Whoopi Goldberg and others honor Black Americans who were murdered as a result of systemic racism.
Lena Waithe, will.i.am, Lizzo and other BET contributors talk about what BET's existence means to Black artists and how Bob Johnson challenged the television status quo.
In honor of Little Richard's influential career, Wayne Brady performs "Lucille," "Good Golly, Miss Molly," "Long Tall Sally" and "Tutti Frutti" to celebrate the late artist.
DaBaby takes over the BET Awards 2020 with his hit single "Rockstar," featuring fellow rapper Roddy Ricch.
Singer Jennifer Hudson shares her powerful rendition of Nina Simone's influential protest song "Young, Gifted & Black."
John Legend blesses the BET Awards 2020 with his uplifting track "Never Break" from his album "Bigger Love."
Public Enemy's Chuck D joins forces with rappers Nas, YG, Black Thought and Rapsody to perform the iconic anthem "Fight the Power."
In the final episode of this series, Parker McKenna Posey chats with Sierato on the behind-the-scenes process that went behind making a Burger King-inspired shoe using removed colors from artificial sources from its food.
Parker McKenna Posey chats with Sierato on the behind-the-scenes process of making a Burger King-inspired shoe using removed colors from artificial sources from its food.
Hattie's flirtation hits a speed bump, Marie gets blindsided at work, and Nia's improv scene goes left on the next episode of Twenties, Wednesday at 10:30/9:30c.
The Hip Hop Awards 2020, hosted by 85 South, will feature the genre's biggest names including Master P, Lil Baby, City Girls, Big Sean, Flo Milli, Jack Harlow, Jhene Aiko and more.
Tobe Nwigwe reflects on how hip-hop music has impacted his life. Watch the BET Hip Hop Awards 2020, airing Tuesday, October 27 at 9/8c.