We were confident in the renewal. Read our forecast below. Most critics were impressed by the fourth installment of Black-ish as the statistics by Rotten Tomatoes evidenced. By their data, Black-ish Season 4 holds a score of 8.0/10 and a 100% approval rating. At the same time, the viewers have evaluated the current round of the show at 2.7/5/47%. It turns out critics love the current season of Black-ish more than the viewers. In the meantime, an overall score of Black-ish on IMDb is 7.1/10 > 13,800 votes. Also worth noting that the viewers were more optimistic about Black-ish, according to the statistics of the previous seasons.
Let's now take a glance at the television ratings. As mentioned above, the audience of Black-ish is gradually decreasing. So the fourth season's premiere has garnered 4.709 million viewers with a 1.49 key demo (-24%, P18-49). The subsequent episodes fluctuated close to a mark of 4.0 million viewers.
Despite the notable drop in the viewing audience, we were sure that ABC is about to pick up the sitcom for at least one round. Black-ish is still actual and hilarious. Besides, most critics have appreciated the current installment of the comedy series.
Black-ish SummaryIf you have not watched this comedy series on ABC yet, please read a brief overview of Black-ish below.
The story focuses on the Johnson family and their patriarch Andre "Dre" Johnson in particular. At first sight, Dre is a happy husband having a promising job and a father to his four kids. His home is big; his wife is beautiful, while his kids attend a prestigious school. However, as a black man, Dre starts to suppose that his family has already assimilated into an upper-middle-class neighborhood. Dre's kids don't respect their roots and almost not aware of their past. Assisted by his father, Earl, Dre starts his first attempts to re-educate the members of his family intending to force them to honor their background. Dre believes that this knowledge would be useful to his children in the future.