UChicago Professor Jacqueline Stewart Breaks Barriers At Turner Classic Movies

Jacqueline Stewart
This April 11, 2019 file photo shows Jacqueline Stewart at the 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival - Opening Night Gala for "When Harry Met Sally" in Los Angeles. Stewart will host Turner Classic Movies silent movie program “Silent Sunday Nights.” Richard Shotwell / Invision/AP
Jacqueline Stewart
This April 11, 2019 file photo shows Jacqueline Stewart at the 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival - Opening Night Gala for "When Harry Met Sally" in Los Angeles. Stewart will host Turner Classic Movies silent movie program “Silent Sunday Nights.” Richard Shotwell / Invision/AP

UChicago Professor Jacqueline Stewart Breaks Barriers At Turner Classic Movies

Jacqueline Stewart has made history as the first African-American host at Turner Classic Movies. The University of Chicago professor took over the network’s “Silent Sunday Nights” program on earlier this month.

Morning Shift sits down with Prof. Steart for more on her new role at TCM.

GUEST: Jacqueline Stewart, professor of cinema and media studies at the University of Chicago; host of “Silent Sunday Nights” on Turner Classic Movies

LEARN MORE: Jacqueline Stewart Becomes First African American Host at Turner Classic Movies (Hollywood Reporter 9/9/19)