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In this drama series, the father faces a major challenge in applying his own approach to his life. This father seems to be taking an unfaithful and honest approach to parenting and relationships. In this series, Derya's life turns to a different path while filming a documentary for use at New York University. Now, Drea presents her non-candidate family as Kenya considers easing some things with white people.
#blackAF takes a little while to settle into its voice and tone, but by the excellent fifth episode, it has its own smart groove, one driven unexpectedly by the toxicity - autobiographical or not - of the main characters.
Though he's no actor, Barris' Larry-David-like self-awareness lends authenticity to his performance. Even if it takes another season to perfect, #blackAF feels substantial enough to justify the investment.
Ultimately, it's uncertain what audiences are meant to understand about Barris, if anything at all, or the world he's created within the series. Because even as a source of pure entertainment, it falls flat.