In this week’s “Dancing with the Stars,” Antonio Sabato Jr. entertained audiences with a Bollywood number, while Janel Parrish and Tommy Chong survive another week — but they weren’t the only ones dancing up a storm in TV land.
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Arden Cho shares her experiences and upbringing as an Asian American growing up in Texas, what nurtured her passion for acting, her role as Kira on “Teen Wolf,” and her own perception and hope towards the media landscape and its representation of the Asian American narrative.
“Memories to Light” is a project that explores the historical, cultural, and artistic richness of home movies made by Asian American families on small gauge film: 8, Super 8, and 16mm.
‘Scorpion’ and ‘Stalker’ Off To Great Starts, Clara Hong and Katriz Trinidad Tear Up ‘The Voice,’ and ‘The Walking Dead’ is Back!
After the final season of her TV show “Our America with Lisa Ling” wrapped on Oprah’s OWN Network earlier this year, Lisa Ling went on to host a new show on CNN called “This is Life with Lisa Ling,” which premiered September 28 at 10pm.
“My Love From Another Star,” “Good Doctor,” and “Nine: Nine Time Travels” are among the K-Dramas that are being remade for American audiences.
Actor John Cho is the male lead in the new ABC sitcom “Selfie,” a modern take on the “Pygmalion”/”My Fair Lady” story. Cho plays Henry Higgins, a marketing guru who is convinced by a self-absorbed Eliza Dooley (played by Karen Gillan) to remake and rebrand her.
If you watch TV or movies, chances are, you’ve seen Tzi Ma. But beyond his familiar face, you probably know little about the actor.
Debut director Arif Ali’s “Lekar Hum Deewana Dil” is a sweet film that borrows the elopement theory from evergreen 70s’-80s’ Bollywood romances like “Bobby,” “Love Story” and “Betaab.” It even has shades of Arif’s older brother Imtiaz’s “Jab We Met” and “Highway.”
This month, Cinema Asian America on XFINITY On Demand presents the second feature film by Los Angeles-based director Tom Huang, “Why Am I Doing This?” An ensemble comedy that reveals sometimes not so pretty insides of making it in Hollywood.