‘Hawaii Five-0’ Actor Brian Yang on His Work Behind the Scenes Producing Asian American Stories

By Momo Chang You may know him as  forensic scientist Charlie Fong in “Hawaii Five-0,” but actor Brian Yang has put in hours and sweat into bringing Asian American stories to TV and the big screen as a producer. Yang produced “Linsanity,” a documentary directed by Evan Jackson Leong about basketball phenom Jeremy Lin. Other projects […]

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What to Watch: Sony Cyberattack Escalates and ‘The Newsroom’ Comes to an End

A couple weeks ago, Sony was the victim of an invasive cyberattack that leaked the corporation’s private emails, sensitive data, developing scripts, and unreleased films to the public. The crime was conducted by a group that was reportedly angry about the upcoming Seth Rogen/James Franco film “The Interview” — in which the two play American journalists tapped to assassinate […]

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TV to Si: ‘I Love Lucy’ Gets Colorized, Jennifer Lopez Has ‘Enough’

Woo hoo! It’s Friday and I know many of you are celebrating double because you’re on vacation as of today. I’m not as luck as you are however, but someone has to be around to tell you what’s available on TV right?

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Playlist: CBS Showrunners Share What They’re Watching (Hint: It’s Not Each Other’s Shows)

If you’re not watching “Breaking Bad,” “Game of Thrones,” “Mad Men” or “Homeland,” you may be missing out. These shows are overwhelmingly the favorite TV viewing of the executive producers and showrunners from CBS procedural shows — “Criminal Minds,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “CSI: NY,” “Elementary,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “NCIS,” and “NCIS: Los Angeles” — and […]

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