Best Interracial movies on Peacock to watch today

Talent has no boundaries. It cannot be limited to any caste, color, or ethnicity. And what’s better than many different races coming together to make valuable art pieces? Absolutely nothing, we heard that! So here we give you the Best Interracial Movies on Peacock that you can stream immediately!

Noughts + Crosses (2020)

The BBC adapted the 2001 novel series by Malorie Blackman as “Noughts + Crosses.” Sephy and Callum are childhood friends and develop a romantic relationship. However, they exist in a modern dystopian society that is segregated based on race and has strict racial laws. They are star-crossed lovers because Callum is a “Nought,” a white member of the underclass, and Sephy is a “Cross,” a member of the black ruling class.

Director: Julian Holmes, Koby Adom

Release Date: September 4, 2020

Genre: Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi

Cast: Masali Baduza, Jack Rowan, Helen Baxendale, Paterson Joseph

Characters Names: Callum McGregor, Persephone ‘Sephy’ Hadley, Meggie McGregor, Kamal Hadley

Famous Dialogue: “If only Callum and I didn’t have to sneak and creep around. If only Callum weren’t a nought.”

IMDb rating: 6.2/10

Grand Crew (2021)

While living their best life possible as young professionals in L.A., some friends always find humour in dating drama, career decisions, and other situations. The group includes a finance guy who is all about his career. A hopeless romantic who is in no hurry to settle down, and his sister who lives life to the fullest. A surprising prodigy who plays the dating odds and one who is content to be married and beyond the dating world. Regardless of how hectic life gets, they always find time to hang out at their favourite bar for amusing conversations and fine wine.

Director: Phil Augusta Jackson

Release Date: December 14, 2021

Genre: Comedy

Cast: Echo Kellum, Nicole Byer, Justin Cunningham, Aaron Jennings

Characters Names: Noah Koles, Nicky, Wyatt Fields, Anthony Holmes

Famous Dialogue: “I woke up this morning feeling fresh to death. So I thought I’d dress like an angel.”

IMDb rating: 6.8/10

Shooting Location: Los Angeles, CA, United States

Bust Down (2022)

Bust Down is the latest in the list of Best Interracial movies on Peacock to watch today. An offbeat sitcom about four friends who work at the Casino in Indiana as they navigate challenges and opportunities inside and outside the workplace, including dealing with rude bosses, moving up a rather simple corporate ladder, and seeing domestic fights. The series them as they lead pointless lives and hold meaningless jobs in America as it investigates what happens when all of the solutions to life’s problems are bad.

Director: Richie Keene

Release Date: March 10, 2022

Genre: Comedy

Cast: Langston Kerman, Jak Knight, Chris Redd, and Sam Jay

Characters Names: Sam, Langston, Jak, Chris

IMDb rating: 6.7/10

Shooting Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

The Resort (2022)

A relationship is thrown into question on an anniversary trip when a couple becomes involved in one of Yucatan’s most weird unsolved cases from 15 years earlier that involved the elimination of a couple, a murder, and a once-in-a-century hurricane. Because everything is connected, solving the crime necessitates answering some of life’s most difficult questions.

Director: Taylor Chein

Release Date: July 28, 2022

Genre: Comedy, Mystery, Thriller

Cast: Cristin Milioti, William Jackson Harper, Luis Gerardo Méndez, Skyler Gisondo

Characters Names: Emma, Noah, Baltasar Frías, Sam

IMDb rating: 7.3/10

Shooting Location: Puerto Rico

Married to Medicine (2013)

An American reality television program called Married to Medicine debuted on March 24, 2013. Four women in the series are actual doctors, while the other women are doctors’ wives. The series follows the work and home life of several women in the medical community. The group is depicted juggling their families, careers, and social lives.

Director: Mariah Huq

Release Date: March 24, 2013

Genre: Reality-TV

Cast: Dr Jacqueline Walters, Dr Simone Whitmore, Toya Bush-Harris, Quad Webb, Dr Heavenly Kimes, Dr Contessa Metcalfe, and Anila Sajja

Characters Names:

Famous Dialogue: “I don’t have nothing for you.”

IMDb rating: 5.6/10

Shooting Location: Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Bel-Air (2022)

A new, dramatic interpretation of Will’s tough journey from the streets of Philadelphia to the palatial estates of Bel Air is used to reimagine the popular sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” which is then set in contemporary America. While navigating the conflicts, emotions, and biases of a world very different from the only one he has ever known, he probably thinks with the power of second chances as these worlds collide.

Director: Andy Borowitz and Susan Borowitz

Release Date: February 13, 2022

Genre: Drama

Cast: Jabari Banks, Adrian Holmes, Cassandra Freeman, Olly Sholotan, Coco Jones, Akira Akbar, Jimmy Akingbola, Jordan L. Jones, and Simone Joy Jones

Characters Names: Will Smith, Vivian Banks, Geoffrey, Carlton Banks, Hilary Banks, Ashley Banks, Lisa, Jazz, Phillip Banks, Fred Wilkes

Famous Dialogue: “Nobody Gets Through Life Without Having To Compromise A Little.”

IMDb rating: 6.3/10

Shooting Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

The Amber-Ruffin Show (2020)

Comedy sketches and monologues are featured on the program. Politics and current events are among the subjects covered in the jokes. How Did We Get Here, a recurring segment on Ruffin, offers a thorough examination of the intersection of race, gender, and politics in the United States and worldwide. It features pieces on police brutality, crime against Asian Americans, white supremacy, the filibuster, and riots at the U.S. Capitol.

Director: Amber Ruffin

Release Date: September 25, 2020

Genre: Comedy

Cast: Amber Ruffin, Tarik Davis, Mike Scollins

Characters Names:

Famous Dialogue:

IMDb rating: 5.4/10

Shooting Location:

Good Times (1974)

Florida and James struggle to raise their three unique children while residing in a public housing project in a low-income black neighbourhood of Chicago.

Director: Mike Evans, Norman Lear, Eric Monte

Release Date: February 8, 1974

Genre: Comedy

Cast: Ja’net DuBois, Ralph Carter, BernNadette Stanis, Jimmie Walker

Characters Names: Willona Woods, Michael Evans, Thelma Evans, James ‘J.J.’ Evans

Famous Dialogue: “You know what? I’m gonna leave the world when I go Florida? A tombstone that reads, Here lies James Evans. Back in the hole again.”

IMDb rating: 7.4/10

Shooting Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA

Real Husbands of Hollywood (2013)

Hollywood celebrity husbands give a glimpse into their daily lives, dealing with various absurd circumstances.

Director: Ralph Farquhar, Kevin Hart, Chris Spencer

Release Date: January 15, 2013

Genre: Comedy

Cast: Chris Spencer, Dave Becky,  Jesse Collins, Kevin Hart, Ralph Farquhar,  Stan Lathan, Stephen Hill, Tim Gibbons

Famous Dialogue: “Let me tell you something, Robin. You? Your little 15 minutes of fame had is up, baby. Done. What you need to do is return your style and Paula to black people.”

IMDb rating: 7.7/10

Shooting Location: Hollywood, California, USA


These are the Best Interracial movies on Peacock to watch today. So, what are you waiting for if you are free and want to binge on some films? Grab some popcorn and break that interracial barrier today by supporting interracial entertainment and watching Best Interracial movies on Peacock.

Joanne Wells

Joanne Wells is a media journalist for ScreenNearYou. She reports on the inside conversations in Hollywood. Also, she loves pizza!

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