TV One had a unique way of honoring the life and times of filmmaker John Singleton who died at the age of 51. The network aired back-to-back UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD episodes featuring him and those close to him, on May 1, 2019 starting at 8 PM ET/7C. Viewers can tune in to learn more about the life and legacy of an iconic director that created a new genre of black cinema.
Fans were able to tune into themed episodes of UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD feature candid commentary from Singleton as he shares his connections to Hollywood luminaries and film projects highlighted in the series. The featured UNSUNG HOLLYWOOD episodes included Richard Roundtree, Tupac Shakur and the film “Baby Boy” – Singleton directed the remake of Roundtree’s career-defining film “Shaft,” directed Tupac in his film “Poetic Justice” and directed the film “Baby Boy.” #RIPJOHNSINGLETON