When asked what her Golden Globe win means for Black-ish, Ross was quick to acknowledge the importance of the show.
"I think it means a lot for our show, it means a lot for a lot of things," she said. "I think the historical aspect of me being the first black woman in I don't know how many years, since 1983, I think for revolutionizing the wife role and what that means and how that is portrayed on television. The fact that our show represents an American family, even though we might look some way that is different than most people have imagined. Yet, that is what we are, and it represents the sameness of that, so it means lots of things. Watch our show. If you haven't, I don't know what you're doing."