Peabody Award Winner

Random acts of flyness is not the revolution. A new late-night series from artist Terence Nance, the show is a fluid, stream-of-consciousness examination of contemporary American life. Nance and his collaborators weave together a mix of topics— snowflakes, finger waves, Bunyans — creating a television show like nothing seen before. Read More

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Scenes From the Collective Conscious

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White-Be-Gone

Have you ever had a thought you wish you didn't have?

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BBHMM

A revolutionary app for the revolution.

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The Lineup

Don’t touch that. It’s not yours.

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Bad Hair

Who taught you your hair was bad, anyway?

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Catcalling

Filling out those jeans real nice, my guy.

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Rent a White Witness

There’s a time for decentering whiteness, and then, there’s a time for Gene Whiteman.

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Nunca Land

Wendy don’t need your song and dance, little boy. She needs a man.

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Kekubian Assassin

Help Najja fend off the nonsense by throwing shade at anyone trying to steal her joy.

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Random Acts Will Return for a Second Season

The late-night series was renewed for season 2.

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The Random Acts of Flyness debut was a family reunion.

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Terence Nance Downloads His Subconscious to the Screen

Translating the inner-recesses of your mind into a half-hour television program is a group project.

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Terence Nance Explains the Unexplainable

The Random Acts of Flyness creator breaks down his new show at the American Black Film Festival.


“Like almost nothing you’ve seen on TV before.”

— The New York Times


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