The late night talk show wars have been heating up lately on the weekday with David Letterman retiring, Chelsea Handler moving to Netflix, Stephen Colbert and James Corden joining the fray this… More
Posts Tagged Margaret Cho
Last Sunday’s Golden Globe awards featured many surprises, from unexpected winners (“Jane the Virgin,” “The Affair“) to a special appearance by Margaret Cho as a North Korean general (See more… More
One of the high comedy points of last night’s 72nd Annual Golden Globes Awards on NBC was bisexual comedian Margaret Cho appearing as new (and fictional) Hollywood Foreign Press member Cho Young Ja during… More
By Momo Chang Say hello to comedian Margaret Cho. The Emmy and Grammy-nominated artist is co-hosting a new TLC talk show called “All About Sex.” We caught up with her… More
For three seasons on network TV, an Irish-Korean American comedian has been writing and starring in his own show, to little fanfare. Now, Steve Byrne of TBS’ “Sullivan & Son” shares how he nabbed a sitcom deal, what it’s like being mixed race in Hollywood, and writing his reality.
By Dino-Ray Ramos Asian Americans don’t have as strong of a presence on TV as the African American or Latino communities. Asian Americans don’t have a Tyler Perry figure to… More
The new season starts Sunday on Lifetime but does Deeley’s shirt come off more or less this season?
Cinema Asian America welcomes in 2014 with some of the most acclaimed releases of 2013 (and on many Oscar shortlists) and a special focus on Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to brighten and warm up those cold winter days and nights.
This July, amidst a bevy of anticipated new releases, Cinema Asian America also shines a spotlight on Korean American films and offers a showcase of recent films which capture the stories – and talents – of this community, from classic films starring Sandra Oh and Margaret Cho to award-winning, personal documentaries.
This month Cinema Asian America on XFINITY On Demand presents “Bam Bam and Celeste”, starring and written by comedian Margaret Cho. The first feature film made by Cho and her… More