ABC is making a popular prime-time show available for free this week on iTunes. The network announced today that season two of “black-ish” is available for free exclusively on the service through Wednesday, Aug. 17.
The ABC Studios show was recently nominated for three Emmys, including Outstanding Comedy Series.
“All 24 episodes are available, including the acclaimed ‘Hope,’ about the family’s reaction to a verdict in a trial involving alleged police brutality,” ABC noted in its announcement.
The announcement adds: “During its just-completed sophomore season, ‘black-ish’ was recognized by the American Film Institute as an AFI Television Program of the Year, and it received the coveted Peabody Award. In July, the show received three Emmy nominations, including a second consecutive nod for Anthony Anderson for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, a first-time Outstanding Comedy Series nod, and a first nomination for Tracee Ellis Ross for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.”