Café Mocha, the nationally syndicated radio show dedicated to women of color, launches the Café Mocha TV series exclusively on the Grio Television Network, part of Byron Allen’s Allen Media Group.

The series is developed as an extension of the radio show brand and will have coverage in 85% of the U.S. market. In addition to airing on the Grio TV Network, the program will be available on-demand and will be accessible on Local NOW.

The 30-minute lifestyle destination series will air episodes from Dubai, Paris, Barbados, and South Africa to U.S. hot spots including New York, Washington, DC, Nashville, Memphis, and Detroit.

“Café Mocha TV is offering a fresh take on familiar and new places by showcasing and educating people on today’s Black lifestyle experience – an experience that’s culturally diverse, multi-faceted, and thriving,” Symeria Palmer, Account Director at Development Counsellors International said in a release. “Café Mocha TV is not only giving viewers a look at exciting new destinations to add to their travel lists but also valuable insights into how to experience today’s Black culture through food, music, history, art, community leaders and so much more.”

Anchored by host Laila Muhammad, Café Mocha TV builds on the radio show’s mission to provide content from a woman’s perspective led by radio personalities Loni Love, YoYo, and Angelique Perrin. Episodes feature influencers, change agents who inspire social movements, food, fashion experts and spotlights emerging and established celebrities, always closing with a curated musical performance.

“From radio, podcasts and events, we provide entertainment and drive conversations from an unapologetic Black woman’s perspective,” Creator and Executive Producer Sheila Eldridge added. “There is absolutely nothing like Café Mocha TV that’s expanding the conversation globally, and we’re honored to launch our latest television property on the Grio, the home of Black culture amplified.”