Black-ish Season 6 Episode 11: ‘Hair Day’ Streaming, Release Date, and Time

Black-ish Season 6 Episode 11

We are going to be talking about Black-ish Season 6 Episode 11 release date streaming, time, and what we know so far. The previous episode aired on 10th December 2019, and it was titled ‘Father Christmas,’ and since then, till now, we had no episodes for almost a month due to holidays of Christmas and New Year. The upcoming episode will be airing this week on Tuesday, and the episode is titled ‘Hair Day.’ Before we move forward with our post, we would like to let you know that this post contains spoilers.

When is Black-ish Season 6 Episode 11 release date?

The previous episode of the show was the 10th episode of the 6th season, and the upcoming episode will be the 11th episode of the 6th season of Black-ish, and it will be airing on the 7th of January 2020, on Tuesday. The upcoming episode will release at 09:30 PM US time on ABC. The runtime for the episode is 25minutes; the show is created by Kenya Barris.

Where to watch Black-ish Season 6 Episode 11?

The show, Black-ish, falls under the comedy genre. You will be able to watch Black-ish Season 6 Episode 11 online on ABC’s official website as well as their mobile application by the name, ABC – Live TV & Full Episodes.

You can also stream the episode on unofficial platforms and websites, but we do not recommend it. You should stream the episode on the official platforms only as this supports the creators of the show. This also gives the show a chance of getting more seasons. As of now, none of the official platforms allows downloading of Black-ish Season 6 episodes.

The cast of Black-ish includes:

Anthony Anderson as Andre “Dre” Johnson
Tracee Ellis Ross as Rainbow “Bow” Johnson
Marcus Scribner as Andre (“Junior”) Johnson Jr.
Miles Brown as Jack Johnson
Marsai Martin as Diane Johnson
Peter Mackenzie as Leslie Stevens
Deon Cole as Charlie Telphy
Jenifer Lewis as Ruby Johnson
Jeff Meacham as Josh Oppenhol

What is Black-ish about?

The show Black-ish is centered on an upper-middle-class black man who struggles to raise his children with some sense of cultural identity. In this process, however, he is continuously thwarted by countless obstacles, particularly coming from his liberal wife, old-school father, and his own assimilated, color-blind kids.