Tubi honors Black History Month with new, original movie ‘Howard High’

By Stephanie Weaver – Published February 2, 2022

Los Angeles – Cue the dance moves and singing: Tubi is honoring Black History Month with an all-new original musical drama “Howard High.” 

The movie, which will premieres on FOX’s free streaming service Feb. 4, is a modern-age “Bring It On” and follows a high school musical group that must compete against a rival school in order to save their arts program, while also battling issues from the inside.Stars of the cast Marques Houston and Chrissy Stokes told FOX Television Stations Group “Howard High” was originally a TV series, but made into a movie for Tubi audiences. 

WATCH: “Howard High,” the series 

“I think we really accomplished something really great here,” said Houston, known for being in the R&B group Immature. “From the music to the dancers to the actors, It’s just incredible to see it all come together, and I’m so excited about it.”

“Howard High” is part of Tubi’s Black History Month programming and sheds light on the challenges students and school arts programs face in underfunded neighborhoods.

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