Black-ish Season 6 Episode 18: ‘Best Supporting Husband’ Release Date, Time and delay

After the release of the 17th episode of Black-ish season 6 on February 25, 2020, titled, ‘You Don’t Know Jack,’ the show is going for a short break before dropping its 18th episode. This signifies that there will not be any episode release this week. In this article, we will be talking about the release date, time, platform, and other details of the next episode of Black-ish season 6. The show has kept its spectators attached, who eagerly wait to watch the episodes on Tuesday evening. Please note that the article contains spoilers of the upcoming episode, so proceed with the utmost caution.

When is Black-ish season 6 episode 18 releasing?

The American sitcom television drama series, Black-ish, explores the existence of a middle-class African-American family that discusses their life struggles in this show. Created by Kenya Barris, the upcoming Black-ish season 6 episode 17 is titled ‘Best Supporting Husband’, and it will air on March 17, 2020, at 9:30 p.m. ET on ABC and has a runtime of 22 minutes.

Black-ish Season 6 Official Promo

Though the show has not yet released a preview of the next episode, here we have attached the promo video for the entire sixth season.

Where to watch Black-ish season 6 episode 18?

We can watch the 18th episode of Black-ish season 6 online on ABC and on its mobile app of the same name. You can tune in to ABC at the previously stated time for the ones having the cable subscription for the channel.

Black-ish season 6 is also airing on Philo, DirecTv, Fubo TV, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube Live TV Service. You can stream the episodes at unofficial platforms, too, keeping in mind that it won’t benefit the creators of the series much. We will advise you to stream the show only on official sites.

What is Black-ish season 6 about?

The sixth installment of the drama deals with Andre and his African-American family, striving hard to make an impact in the society, struggling because of their skin complexion. The show, which first premiered on September 24, 2014, focuses on practical issues like racism, and relationships and sex because of the differences in their culture. In this season, Dre and his wife Bow aims at making their children familiar with their rich past culture while raising them in a white background. The show that gained limelight for its unique concept even paved the way for several shows like Mixed-ish and Grown-ish as spin-offs.