Black History Month: What to Watch

(UPDATED) The following is a guide to some of cable's Black History Month programming.

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Feb. 2
2 Dope Queens (Special)

Feb. 9
Eddie Griffin: Undeniable (Comedy special)

Feb. 11
Behind the Movement (Movie)
TV One

The Undefeated Presents: Dear Black Athlete (Special)

Feb. 17
Douglas Wilder at Virginia Commonwealth University

Feb. 18
Oral Histories: Henry ‘Hank’ Thomas (Talk)

Uncensored (Documentary series)
TV One

A Long Way From Home: The Untold Story of Baseball’s Desegregation (Documentary)
TV One

Feb. 20
Death Row Chronicles (Documentary)

Feb. 24
Real America: A City Decides — 1956 (Documentary)

Notes from the Field (Special)

Feb. 26
The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X (Documentary)
Smithsonian Channel

Feb. 27
Marlon Wayans: Woke-ish (Comedy special)

Unsolved: The Murder of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. (Series)
USA Network

Oprah at The Apollo (Special)

INTERSTITIALS:TV One will launch a new short-form video campaign featuring actor Common that will feature a variety of topics related to Black History and the issues affecting the African-American community.
--AMC Networks will launch its 5th Annual Black History Month Public Service Announcement campaign. which features interviews with nine Members of the Congressional Black Caucus and showcases the people and events that inspire each elected official as they reflect on what Black History Month means to them. The spots will air on AMC, BBC AMERICA, IFC, SundanceTV, and WE tv throughout the month of February.
is celebrating Black History Month with a brand-new series of PSAs set in Charleston, South Carolina, that explore themes of education, culture and cuisine as they relate to African Americans.