This weekend, Issa Rae will host "Saturday Night Live" for the first time.
Season 5 is set to be the last installment of the acclaimed Issa Rae series—here is a look at some of the plotlines we expect to see in "Insecure" Season 5.
The "Insecure" Season 4 Finale gave fans the Issa and Molly reunion they've been waiting for–but it came at the cost of their romantic relationships on the HBO show.
"Insecure" Season 5 could be coming soon to HBO after the network airs the current season finale of the Issa Rae comedy.
"If I had a boss like this, I would've just quit."
Kevin Hart dropped out after a series of his old homophobic tweets were unearthed.
"Daniel still really wants to be with Issa."
Does anyone know where Lawrence is?
Daniel, on the other hand, seems to be the main topic of discussion in the trailer.
Rae seemed to suggest Filipino men weren't "intelligent and hard workers" like other groups of Asian men.
Hollywood's elite brought out the glitz and not-so-glam for the 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards.
How is it possible that 'Roseanne' was never even nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series?
The argument between #TeamIssa and #TeamLawrence will come full circle during "Insecure's" season two finale Sunday.
In an interview with Newsweek, Orji dished on Molly's love life and the state of her friendship with Issa.
In a candid interview, Ellis said the HBO series "totally bumps that whole black can't travel stigma."
Whether Issa's moping over Lawrence all season long or not, people of every age, race and status will be able to relate to the chain of events sparked by their breakup.
"Girlfriends'" Joan, Toni, Maya and Lynn were handling business in L.A. long before Molly and Issa started causing trouble on "Insecure."