TV Talk With The Sistas
In this podcast, two sisters chat about iconic television shows and their impact on the African American and American culture. We are available on Stitcher, Apple, Google, and Spotify.
The Sistas examine the 1970s hit Sanford and Son starring Redd Foxx and the British murder mystery series, Midsomer Murders.
The Girls focus on the Netflix series The Crown and the 1980s crime drama In the Heat of the Night. They find similar qualities in the way they tell their stories.
The Girls focus on the 1980s Norman Lear sitcom The Jeffersons and the Netflix limited series Self Made: The Madam CJ Walker Story. They examine the impact of these stories on African American culture.
The Sistas talk about the James Bond,007 franchise and the impact they think it has had on society and culture. These two Bond lovers go toe to toe over who is the best Bond. They also introduce you to their rating system
The Sistas talk about how shows like Designing Women and Living Single brought a strong message about women from the 1980s and 90s. Even though one show was geared toward a Caucasian audience, the other an African American, they both created moments that are still funny today. They created timeless comedy but uplifted their subject matter.
In this week’s episode, the Sistahs talk about The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency and Queen Sono which are two shows that have strong African characters in the lead. These shows have women in nontraditional roles and showcase the beautiful land of Botswana and South Africa.
In our latest TV Talk With the Sistas podcast, we ask the question “Who is the best defense attorney on television?” One sista says Perry Mason, the other sista says Matlock. They present the evidence, you are the jury.
The Sistas examine the image of the gangster in the African American community with the series Godfather of Harlem and American Gangster.
Listen up…Episode 8