Color Adjustment Reviews

January 10, 2018
This fascinating, provocative and quietly adversarial documentary examines the roles of blacks in prime time TV.
May 20, 2003
In a straightforward, informative manner, Mr. Riggs elicits opinions from the stars and producers of landmark shows in black television history, pausing occasionally for a well-chosen observation from James Baldwin's writings.
January 1, 2000
It's hard to fault any of this as ideological and social analysis, and Riggs should be credited for his willingness to be just as critical of more recent shows as he is of I Spy, Julia, and Roots.