Philo is Celebrating Black History Month with a Curated Streaming Collection





Just ahead of Black History Month, Philo is releasing a curated collection titled “Through the Lens: The Black Experience,” which will include a collection of movies and shows that amplify Black voices, explore Black stories, and celebrate the nuances of Black culture.

In 2020, Philo demonstrated the value it places on inclusivity by partnering with the National Urban League and The Gathering Spot that featured a two-part “Power Lunch Series: How To Build Your Brand, working with programming partners and the Ad Council to air anti-racism PSAs across the platform, and demonstrating a commitment to Black-owned content, including the addition of TV One.

With February being Black History Month, Philo has created a curated list of titles you can stream all month long.

Some of the titles include:

  • 42
  • A Different World
  • Antwone Fisher
  • Don’t Waste Your Pretty 
  • Family Matters 
  • Fences
  • Lincoln Heights
  • MADIBA 1, 2 & 3
  • Marshall
  • Miss Virginia
  • My Wife & Kids
  • Queen Sugar
  • The Book Of Negroes 1 & 2
  • The Belle Collective 
  • The Breakfast Club
  • The Clark Sisters
  • Tyler Perry’s Sistas
  • and many more.

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