How to Watch 'Black-ish' Season 5 Premiere: Live Stream, Channel, Air Time and More Show Info

The Johnsons are back for another year of hilarious family moments with the Season 5 premiere of Black-ish on Tuesday night.

Dre and Rainbow Johnson, played by Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, will be back at the helm of the family-friendly series and navigating life as the parents to five rambunctious children. Although their nest may continue to decrease now that their oldest Zoey (Yara Shahidi) is back off to college while Junior (Marcus Scribner) will be gearing up for his freshman year when the show returns. Meanwhile, the twins, Jack (Miles Brown) and Diane (Marsai Martin), are also facing a new life challenge: Middle school.

The sitcom is set to premiere a 9 p.m. on ABC. However, those who do not have access to the TV broadcast of the show will still be able to stream Black-ish on smart devices such as computers, laptops, tablets and mobile phones via live stream. As long as viewers have a cable provider login, they can tune into the family comedy series on ABC's website or on the network's app, ABC Go.

In addition to ABC, Black-ish fans can catch the Season 5 premiere in real-time on Hulu with the streaming giant's Live TV service. A slightly more expensive service with Hulu, the Live TV format gives viewers the chance to watch a number of shows when they air on television thanks to Hulu's extensive library of more than 50 live channels. That means viewers can catch not only the Black-ish Season 5 premiere but dozens of show premieres on networks offered on Hulu's Live TV roster like ABC, NBC and Fox.

Folks with regular Hulu service can watch the episode after it airs via on-demand.

Similar to previous seasons of Black-ish, Season 5 is expected to tackle a number of societal issues middle-class families of color in America face, like police relations and transitioning in school and career.

black-ish premieres on ABC on Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET.

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