“The Good Place” actor Jameela Jamil officially confirmed on Twitter that she will be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
The role: Jamil posted a video on Twitter on July 16 stating that she is “so excited” about her role as the villain Titania in the upcoming “She-Hulk” series.
“Subtle Asian Traits” (SAT), a popular Facebook group dedicated to memes and posts about the Asian experience, is now being developed as a television series.
About the project: The college-set television series, based on a script written by Ivan Tsang and Justin R. Ching, will be produced by John Zhang and new studio Jumpcut, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“Blue’s Clues & You,” hosted by Filipino American Joshua Dela Cruz, released a new sing-along video celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community on May 28.
Actor Kumail Nanjiani is set to star in and produce a limited series about the male dancers of Chippendales on Hulu.
About the show: The origin series will be an eight-episode series following the story of Somen “Steve” Banerjee.
The award: The IMDb STARmeter Awards are given to “fan-favorite entertainers” and winners are determined by the annual number of page views, according to CBR.
Chinese Canadian actor and activist Ludi Lin called out Amazon Studios Head Jennifer Salke over the lack of Asian characters in the upcoming “Lord of the Rings” TV series.
Why it matters: Lin’s criticism comes after Salke pointed out the “huge world-building” required in the show.
Acclaimed cellist Yo-Yo Ma played snippets of “Toxic” by Britney Spears and “The Thong Song” by Sisqó while filming with Desus Nice and The Kid Mero.
Actress Greta Lee is teaming up with A24 Productions to bring the New York Times bestseller “Minor Feelings,” written by Cathy Park Hong, to the screen.
The television series will be inspired by Hong’s most recent novel, according to Deadline.
Writer and producer Marilyn Fu is bringing Vincent Chin’s story to life in a limited series from Amazon Studios and First Look Media’s Topic Studios.
Chin, 27, was killed in 1982 in Detroit by two former autoworkers who believed he was Japanese and responsible for taking their jobs.
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” director Destin Daniel Cretton is set to helm a television series based on the popular nonfiction book “Facing the Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II.”
The book, written by best-selling author Daniel James Brown, follows the Japanese American war heroes of the 442nd Regiment during WWII, who made sacrifices for the country only to face persecution and internment at home, according to Collider.
A Russian contestant was relieved to finally be voted off a Chinese boy band reality show after lasting for almost three months.
Vladislav Ivanov, 27, joined “Produce Camp 2021” by accident and repeatedly asked viewers to vote him off, according to Channel News Asia.
The martial arts crime drama series “Warrior” is now moving to HBO Max and a third season is on the way.
First announced in 2018 and premiered on April 5, 2019, “Warrior” is based on the writings of legendary martial arts star Bruce Lee, set during the violent Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the 1800s.