Black TV Shows To Watch With Powerful Thanksgiving-Themed Episodes

BLAC's expert TV-watchers are here to offer recommendations for what to stream over the long holiday weekend, and this list has something for every taste but represent all Black shows and sitcoms from past and present. So whether you want to enjoy something wholesome with the family or need a few hours of alone binging, BLAC has got you covered.

Black TV Shows with Powerful Thanksgiving-themed episodes
Black TV Shows with Powerful Thanksgiving-themed episodes

BLAC’s expert TV-watchers are here to offer recommendations for what to stream over the long holiday weekend, and this list has something for every taste but represent all Black shows and sitcoms from past and present. So whether you want to enjoy something wholesome with the family or need a few hours of alone binging, BLAC has got you covered.

1Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Episode – Thanksgiving with the Banks (Season 1 Episode 12)

Will, Carlton, Hilary, and Ashley try and fail to make an impressive Thanksgiving meal.

2Martin
Episode – Thanks for Nothing (Season 2 Episode 13)

When Martin’s unruly relatives unexpectedly come to Thanksgiving dinner, they get into a fight with Gina’s refined parents.


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3The Bernie-Mac Show
Episode – Thanksgiving (Season 3 Episode 22)

The Mac family is invited over to one of Vanessa’s teachers for Thanksgiving dinner; who are all vegetarians.

4One on One
Episode – Thanksgiving It to Me, Baby (Season 1 Episode 11)

When Breanna’s mother, Nicole, comes over for Thanksgiving, familiar feelings creep in for her and Flex. Duane reconnects with an old flame himself.

5A Different World
Episode – Faith, Hope, and Charity: Part 1 (Season 6 Episode 9)

The Wayne and Gilbert family celebrate Thanksgiving with each other.

6Good Times
Episode – Grandpa’s Visit (Season 4 Episode 9)

Florida and the children are looking forward to James’ father’s visit. He arrives with a loud-talking woman, and he is not acting like a grandfather typically acts. 

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