Actor Jimmy Wong has called out several popular streaming shows for perpetuating the “Silent Asian” trope.
Least favorite acting thing I’ve noticed during pandemic binge watching: incredibly sexy and good looking Asian actors playing characters with barely ANY dialogue because it’s supposed to be… mysterious? pic.twitter.com/tn3uoTd8vf
A trailer for the upcoming Netflix series “Wu Assassins,” starring Iko Uwais (“The Raid”) and Lewis Tan (“Into The Badlands”), has been released.
The untitled series, which was co-written and executive produced by both Kaling and “The Mindy Project” co-exec producer Lang Fisher, is inspired by Kaling’s own childhood, according to Deadline.
A man from Zhejiang province, China received frequent prank calls after his $3,000 phone number appeared on the TV series “Skynet Action.”
The man, identified by his surname Shen, spent 20,000 yuan to get a number that ended in 888, a lucky number in China, according to South China Morning Post.
DC Universe has cast transgender activist Chella Man for the second season of its live-action series “Titans.”
Man will play the role of Joseph Wilson, also known as Jericho, a Titan capable of possessing anyone through eye contact.
Netflix sure knows how to whet the appetite of its audience.
With fans in eager anticipation for the second season of the South Korean zombie period drama “Kingdom,” the popular streaming service decided to release an early first look at what is coming up next year.
Fans of Daniel Wu and “Into the Badlands” have been rallying on social media to save the show after its cancellation at AMC.
The martial arts series, which first aired in November 2015, will end after the second half of its third season, which begins March 24.
Cinemax has released an official trailer for its new crime series inspired by Bruce Lee called “Warrior.”
Chinese-Indonesian actor Dallas Liu is only 17, but he is already part of Hulu’s hit comedy series, “PEN15,” which debuted on the streaming platform on February 8.
The show is set in 2000 and follows two seventh grade girls, Maya Ishii-Peters (Maya Erskine) and Anna Kone (Anna Konkle), dealing with middle school and the awkwardness of being a teenager.
ABC has ordered a comedy pilot with the working title “Lazy Rich Asians,” reportedly influenced by the phenomenal “Crazy Rich Asians” on Monday.
The show is written by Jessica Gao, who won an Emmy for her work on Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty.”
A trailer for the film adaptation of the best-selling novel “The Sun is Also a Star” featuring “Riverdale” jock Charles Melton dropped on Wednesday and we have never clicked on a video so fast.
Chu Tsin-pui, also known as the “Lara Croft of Hong Kong” and the “prettiest porter” in the city, has found her prince charming on a popular dating show.
Chu, who started working at an early age to support her family after her father’s business failed, became famous after videos of her at work went viral, according to South China Morning Post.