Kaling and Grandy executive produce the HBO Max animated series, which follows the Mystery Inc. gang through high school—with a murderer on the loose.
“The Summer I Turned Pretty” might not be your cultural reset, but it certainly is mine.
Can’t decide what to watch? Well, the varying mythologies of Asian countries like China, Japan, Vietnam and many more have got you and your tastes covered.
The episode, which airs tomorrow, showcases how to respectfully explore different cultural traditions and foods.
Actor and comedian Eugene Cordero has spent years logging roles on some of the most beloved sitcoms around. Now, he’s kicking things up a notch.
Check out these eight films and TV shows centered around uniquely South Asian characters and culture.
These Asian and Pacific Islander TV characters are in dire need of some TLC—tender, loving crystals, that is.
Once a genre dominated by white voices and faces, period dramas like “Bridgerton” and “Mr. Malcolm’s List” have begun to open the doors of history to actors of color.
The long-awaited second season of “Vinland Saga” is officially here as of Jan. 9.
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“Pachinko” premiered in March of last year and paints a nuanced yet thrilling tale of the immigrant experience through the eyes of one family’s matriarch.
The 20th annual Unforgettable Gala took place on Dec. 17, 2022 and honored Stephanie Hsu, Minha Kim and Steven Yeun, among many others.
Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan have also been nominated for individual acting awards, while Dolly De Leon is up for recognition after her turn in “Triangle of Sadness.”
British actors Lo and Chera have been announced as new recurring characters in the second season of Prime Video’s “Lord of the Rings” spin-off series.
Nanjiani gets candid about tackling the unsung role of Steve Banerjee in America’s iconic strip club scene during the ‘80s.