American sitcom Black-ish will take on real estate mogul and republican presidential candidate Donald Trump when it returns for the third season.
But what has Trump to do with Black-ish fans may wonder? Well, because of his unsurprisingly 'out there' comments on the series awhile back.
"How is ABC Television allowed to have a show entitled "Blackish"? Can you imagine the furor of a show, "Whiteish"! Racism at highest level?" Trump tweeted on October 2014.
Now the series maker has decided to feature something on Trump and racism on season 3 by addressing the 2016 presidential election in the show.
We don't necessarily take a stance on what our opinion is about that, but we poke fun at it all," said Tracee Ellis Ross who plays Dr. Rainbow "Bow" Johnson to TVGuide.
This already sounds so much fun but it is yet not revealed what is exactly that they are going to feature.
The series centers on an upper middle class African-American family's day to day life struggles and issues. The content raises a lot of eyebrows with many calling it 'racist' demanding the show wrap-up.
"We find it racist, socially damaging and offensive based on the concept that nonstereotypical black people are less their race than others, that hip hop culture is all blacks are supposed to embrace, and that culture and race are one and the same,'' reads a petition at Change.org regarding the show.
On the other hand, Black-ish has been nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Comedy Series along with a list of other nominations.