Here is A Walk Through the Set of ABC TV’s BLACKISH, starring Tracee Ellis Ross!
If you’ve seen the ABC Television show Black-ish, then you’ve probably had thoughts along the lines of “OMG I want that house,” just like I have.
When I was in LA last month for The #GoodDinoEvent press trip, we were able to visit the set of ABC’s black-ish and walked through on a personal tour by none other than “Bow” from the show – Tracee Ellis Ross!
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A Walk Through the Set of ABC TV’s BLACKISH with Tracee Ellis Ross
Tracee walked us through the house and told us all of the secrets of the set – like that the walls in each room pull back so that the film crew can get in to shoot scenes more naturally!
The set of the house is so expertly decorated, I swore we all started talking about how nice it would be to hire the set designer to come do our interior decorating!
Each room we walked into was completely decorated like a real house – you know, one that someone actually lives in?
The Living Room Decor on the Set of ABC TV’s BLACKISH
It’s so cool to walk through a set of a tv show that you watch, it makes everything seem so familiar – like “Hey, I know that sofa! I know that fireplace!” It really brings the show to life before your eyes!
There was even a junk drawer in the dining room and the canister in the kitchen was full of M&Ms.
Tracee ate a handful as we spoke to us about how awesome her set kitchen was and we all grew green with envy of her never-ending counter space and gorgeous kitchen island.
Isn’t this kitchen from the set of ABC’s Black-ish just amazing?! I love it so much, and it really feels like a real kitchen that someone uses daily. I think this kind of attention to detail really comes through in tv shows.
One of the things that really stood out about the set of ABC’s black-ish is that each room was designed from top to bottom in a really believable way.
I tell you, it makes me want to splash some color up on Angeline’s plain white walls…
The Bedrooms on the Set of ABC TV’s BLACKISH are SO COOL!
The kids had totally decorated rooms and you could see the toy boxes overflowing with stuff – there was even a backpack slung over the back of a chair. I just loved the twin’s room!
So here’s a little set secret…you know how the master bedroom looks so amazing and the bed so comfy? Well, it really is that comfortable!
Tracee says that sometimes in between shooting, she takes naps on the bed because it’s amazingly soft and comfy!
I found this extra funny because there are little signs all over the set saying not to sit on the beds or furniture. Y’all know I like a woman who breaks the rules, it’s kind of my thing!
We saw all over the set little signs that made it look like a real lived-in home, like framed photos of the cast members, you know – the kind of thing we all have on our fridges at home. I think these little touches are what make the set of black-ish seem so realistic when we see it on tv!
I sat down on one of the living room chairs and it was so fun to sit and pretend like I was in the show…maybe I missed my calling as an actor!
We all took a group photo once the set lights came on – that’s how big the dining room is in the house, all 25 of us bloggers were able to sit/stand in front of the dining room table!
Blackish airs on ABC Wednesday evenings 9:30/8:30c – and it’s a DO NOT MISS tv show! Seriously, Angeline and I watch it together and we absolutely love it!
Dre thinks Christmas has become commercialized and is all about “stuff,” and no one loves “stuff” more than his kids. Pops and Ruby think they have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas and come up with a new plan to pare down gifts and spend more time together.
The kids don’t handle the news well and hope that if they put on their best behavior Dre and Bow will cave in. Meanwhile, Daphne Lido (played by Wanda Sykes), who is single for her first holiday alone, invites herself to the Johnson family home to celebrate with them, on “black-ish,” WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.