Black-ish Season 8 Episode 12 Release Date | Preview | Penultimate Episode

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Black-ish Episode 8.12 will air on TUESDAY, April 12 on ABC. The episode was directed by Ken Whittingham, Anton Cropper written by Lindsey Shockley. Black-ish Season 8 is on the verge of ending. Only one episode left.

Pops and Ruby revealed their impending departure at the dinner table in Black-ish Season 8 Episode 11. They’ve seen all of the children grow up together. It’s time for them to embark on a new chapter in their lives. As a result, they’ve decided to travel across the United States in an RV together.  That’s why Dre and Bow have always enrolled their children at Valley Glen Prep, a predominantly white, high-performing private school. Read the recap below. So, What store of ABC’s groundbreaking sitcom Black-ish Season 8 Episode 12.To know more about promo, and synopsis of a new episode. check it below.

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Black-ish Season 8 Episode 12 Recap

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For the past eight years, Black-ish has captivated millions of fans by following the fictional Johnson family’s personal and sociopolitical struggles.  Now, the show is nearing the series finale. If a Black Man Cries in the Woods...is the title of tonight’s episode. It will be the penultimate episode. When Pops (Laurence Fishburne), Dre (Anthony Anderson), and Junior (Marcus Scribner) go on a “men vacation” in the next-to-last episode of the trailblazing comedy, the generations bond. Diane (Marsai Martin) and Jack (Miles Brown) contemplate about their futures at home as they prepare for college.

Black-ish Season 8 Episode 12 SynopsisPops, Dre and Junior go on a “man trip” to heal old wounds. Meanwhile, Diane and Jack contemplate their futures as they look at their college wish lists.

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The Finale Date for Black-ish Has Been Announced.

The series finale of Black-ish will air on ABC on Tuesday, April 19. Anthony Anderson told PEOPLE at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Black-ish series finale event on Saturday that the show’s appeal stems from its “authenticity,” “being unapologetic,” and “fighting for what you believe in.”

“And that’s what drew people to our show,” the 51-year-old actor explained. “And with the worldwide audience, it was all about trying to better ourselves, live the American dream, and have the best for our entire family.” Tracee Ellis Ross agreed, saying that “the characters are extremely sympathetic” to the audience. “Each of our characters, I believe, has their own point of view. There is no lull in the action. They’ve all matured and altered their minds over time, just like real people do. We all change as we grow older “Ross, 49, addressed the situation to People.com at the event on Saturday. “I believe it’s a lovely thing that people find themselves in these characters,” she says.

“When people come up to me on the street, one of the most common comments I receive is that they recognise their nephew, brother, or son in Andre Jr. — and being able to do that for others is a lovely thing,” Marcus Scribner said. ‘I Gave Myself Permission to Cry,’ Tracee Ellis Ross says of her final day on the set of Black-ish. “I believe that’s one of the main things that I’m extremely proud of the show,” he continued, “and this reminds me of my family.”

What Are the Best Places to Watch Black-ish?

Black-ish Episode 8.12 will air on TUESDAY, April 12 from 9:30-10:00 p.m. EST on ABC. During the airing of ‘Black-ish’ season 8, tune in to ABC to catch the latest episodes as they air. The episodes are also available to view on ABC’s official website and on the ABC app. All you’ll need is a username and password for your cable provider. The show is available for live streaming on YouTube TV, Hulu+Live TV, Xfinity, Sling, DirecTV, and Fubo TV.

Shortly after they air on television, the most recent episodes are added to Hulu’s archive. As a result, you may watch the series on the streamer right now. You may watch previous episodes on Spectrum, Amazon Prime Video, Microsoft Store, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play if you want to catch up.

Black-ish Season 8 Episode 11 Recap

Pops and Ruby revealed their impending departure at the dinner table. They’ve seen all of the children grow up together. It’s time for them to embark on a new chapter in their lives. As a result, they’ve decided to travel across the United States in an RV together. Bow was giddy with anticipation, but she kept her joy hidden. Bow started sweating at night and realised she was going through perimenopause. Dre was desperate to assist her, and the next day he called her mother. Bow, on the other hand, believes she can handle it without her mother’s support. Dre has been hearing a lot about retirement plans from his pals since his parents are travelling to see America.

However, he realises that he may never be able to take advantage of a retirement plan. He is the father of five children and must work to support them until they are all grownups. Dre struggled with this concept as Bow struggled with the sweat. Pops and Ruby, on the other hand, were busy spending their final days with their grandchildren. Dre overheard his friends the next day gushing about how amazing this advertising job was. It’s relaxing, and all they have to do now is come up with new ideas. Dre believed the same thing, and he thought he could keep doing it indefinitely. But can he do it? Dre’s anxiety over not having a retirement plan persisted. Until Pops advised him to get out there and have fun with life. Bow felt more at ease with her perimenopause after an intense conversation with Ruby. Pops and Ruby said their goodbyes to their grandchildren at the end of the episode, while Dre took the day off.

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