The Cosby Show

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This September, a small exhibit honoring Bill Cosby will go on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture. The exhibit is titled "Taking Shape," and focuses on African-American representation on television in the 20th century. To encompass this history, Cosby's 1964 comedy record I Started Out as a Child, an I Spy comic book, and video clips from the program and clips from The Cosby Show have been added to the exhibit.

On Tuesday, Roland Martin talked with Goldie Taylor, Editor-at-Large for The Daily Beast, about her Ebony cover story, Cliff-Hanger: Can 'The Cosby Show' Survive? Should It?

The latest revelation regarding Bill Cosby giving women drugs before sex has ignited a new firestorm around the man best known for his role as…

Today, we’re looking back on some of America’s favorite past times and the greatest of them all is “The Cosby Show.” Can you believe it’s already been 20 years since the very last episode aired on NBC? Funny how time flies, but we’re excited and privileged to be able to take the time out today […]

After more than a month of voting and sitcom upsets such as The Jeffersons and Good Times being voted out of the competition, we’re happy to announce the two Finalists in our Greatest Sitcom of All Time Competition: The Cosby Show and Martin. See Greatest Black Sitcom Bracket Challenge It was an easy road for […]

Want to know the way to gauge how great a show is? Break it down by episodes. Take The Cosby Show for instance: For those who watched the series through it’s eight seasons, the debate is never whether or not the show was good, it’s which episode was the best. Ask as many people possible […]

Despite our predictions to the contrary, number one seeded shows The Jeffersons and Good Times suffered devastating loses in the “Elite Eight” match-ups of our Greatest Black Sitcom of All-Time Competition. See Greatest Black Sitcom Bracket Challenge Good Times was defeated by second seed A Different World.  Even more surprising, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air […]

Over the years there have been several African American sitcoms to grace to TV screen.  Check out our gallery that pays tribute to those sitcoms: