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Anthony Anderson: 'Black-ish' 'Opened Up the Door' for Other TV Shows Centered on Minorities

Anthony Anderson told Kaley Cuoco that he believes “Black-ish” has changed the television landscape by paving the way for shows like “Fresh Off the Boat” and “Cristela.”

“We’ve opened up the door for them, and they kicked the door off its hinges and you know, shot to the top on their own,” he said.

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