“Dancing with the Stars” kicks off its 10th anniversary (20th season!) tonight with the two-hour premiere at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. [xfinity-record-button id=”6286089193231416112″ program_type=”series”] This season, XFINITY.com editors and “DWTS” superfans Chelsea Badeau and David Onda are teaming up with #DWTSAllAccess host and former “Strictly Come Dancing” contestant Gethin Jones for weekly predictions and […]
This morning on “Good Morning America,” the dance contestants for the 10th anniversary of “Dancing With The Stars” was announced and among the hopefuls to win the Mirrorball Trophy is none other than openly gay NFL player Michael Sam! Who else made the cut alongside Sam, who is paired with Peta Murgatroyd? Here’s the […]
Hudson Yang (11), Forrest Wheeler (10), and Ian Chen (8) play Eddie, Emery, and Evan on the ABC family sitcom “Fresh Off the Boat.” The show premiered last Wednesday, but this week marked their first airing on their regular time slot, Tuesdays at 8|7 c. The boys are based on Eddie Huang, who wrote the […]
In “Fresh Off the Boat,” which premieres with two episodes this Wednesday, Constance Wu plays the strict but loving matriarch Jessica Huang. Her husband Louis (Randall Park) has moved their entire family from Washington D.C.’s Chinatown to the all-white neighborhood of Orlando, Florida, and she’s not only worried about money, but she’s juggling three kids […]
By Ada Tseng The big news last week was that “Selfie,” starring John Cho and Karen Gillan was canceled by ABC. Oddly, the show that polarized audiences — the name itself was a source of disagreement — was just starting to hit its stride, and it seems like the most love it’s gotten so far […]
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.
“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.
“Grey’s Anatomy” has them. “Scandal” has them. So it’s no big shock that the latest show to come out of Shondaland (the production company of TV mogul Shonda Rhimes), “How To Get Away With Murder” has them, too. Of course, I’m talking about gay characters and in the ever-inclusive world of the new drama created […]
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 crank out movies and TV shows to cater to the black community, nor do they have a George Lopez to appeal to the Latino community. […]