Check Out The List Of Notable NAACP Award Nominees
It’s that time of year again, the NAACP Awards are right around corner and scheduled to air on TV ONE on February 11, 2017.
Today the list of nominees were released and DAMN it feels good to see the success that some of our favorite black actors, actresses, artists, writers and comedians have had in 2016.
Among the notables are Beyoncé and her sweet-and-sour Lemonade, Donald Glover and his breakout hit FX series ‘Atlanta’ and Chance The Rapper with his black boy joy mixtape Coloring Book.
Least we forget ‘Moonlight’, which is nominated for Outstanding Motion Picture, Issa Rae’s Twitter-melting HBO series ‘Insecure’ is up for Outstanding Comedy Series and this year’s youngest nominee ‘black-ish’ star Marsai Martin could go home with an award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a comedy series.
It’s black and it’s beautiful.
Flip the page to see which of your faves are being recognized for their greatness this year.
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Nate Parker’s controversial film, ‘Birth of a Nation’ is up for Outstanding Motion Picture.
Parker is also nominated for Outstanding Actor In A Motion Picture
Chadwick Boseman could take home a trophy for his amazing portrayal of Black Panther in ‘Captain America: Civil War’
Both Mahershala Ali is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his brief, but impactful role in ‘Moonlight’…
…as is his cast mate Trevante Rhodes
Don Cheadle has a opportunity to go home with some hardware for his role as Miles Davis in ‘Miles Ahead’
Tichina Arnold has been recognized for her role in ‘Survivors Remorse’ with a nomination for Best Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series…
…and so is Yvonne Orji for her role in ‘Insecure’
While 50 Cent might not consider an NAACP Award to be a worthy recognition, his series ‘Power’ has been nominated for Outstanding Drama series…
…and so is his mortal enemy ‘Empire’
Rutina Wesley has been nommed for her role in ‘Queen Sugar’
Kerry Washington has been nommed for ‘Scandal’
Outspoken actor Jesse Williams gets a nod for his role on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’