‘Kung Fu’ Star Kheng Hua Tan on Mei-Li’s Evolution and “Mei-Bastian”

Kheng Hua Tan knows best. 

Playing the matriarch of the Shen family, Mei-Li, in The CW’s Kung Fu, Tan has come to understand her character’s development throughout the three seasons. From the strict disciplinarian mother in the first season of the series, Mei-Li has evolved into a different, more accepting person throughout these past three seasons. 

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Eddie Liu Says to Expect a Different Henry on ‘Kung Fu’

Eddie Liu appreciates the love and support that his character Henry receives on his show, Kung Fu, especially after the events of last season when Henry decided to leave San Francisco — and Nicky (Olivia Liang) — to figure out his father’s secret. Liu knows how heartbroken and scared fans were of not knowing what would happen to Henry in the next season.

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Jon Bass on the Parallels Between ‘She-Hulk’ and Real-Life

Television shows and movies are planned and written months in advance. So when a series is so reflective and representative of current events, audiences assume that it was written and filmed immediately in response. But that’s not how it works in real life. Marvel’s She-Hulk planned out their plot and storylines prior to the outrageous – and often misogynist – responses from “fanboys” who deemed the series as “man-hating.” Actor Jon Bass — who plays Todd, aka HulkKing, a character not far off from those commenters — was surprised at how much the series paralleled what was online in real life.

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Tatiana Maslany on ‘She-Hulk’ Season Finale and Potential Future Cameos

She-Hulk’s season finale premiered last Thursday with what seems to be an unconventional happy ending. Jen/She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) became the writer to her own story as she broke the fourth wall and confronted Marvel Studios — including the She-Hulk writers’ room and K.E.V.I.N. (Knowledge Enhanced Visual Interconnectivity Nexus), an AI responsible for creating all of the MCU programs. Though the conclusion was very true to the comic book character, many were left wondering about the impact of the invasion of privacy and trauma that Jen went through in the last episode.

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Kim Rhodes Reveals Her ‘Kung Fu’ Character is NOT a “Karen”

Kim Rhodes only had one demand when she was offered a role on Kung Fu – her character CANNOT be a “Karen.”

“I did not want that,” Rhodes tells The Nerds of Color. “And they didn’t want to write her that way.” 

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Olivia Liang is Ready for Nicky to “Figure it All Out” This Season on ‘Kung Fu’

Olivia Liang knows what the fans want.

“The state of Hicky,” Liang laughs.

The Kung Fu star, who plays Nicky Shen, is prepping for press week as the third season premieres this Wednesday. She is ready to answer all the pressing questions that fans want to know, especially regarding Nicky’s love life.

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‘Kung Fu’ Showrunners Give a Season 3 Sneak Peek and Answer Our Shipping Questions

Kung Fu third season returns this week and there’s A LOT to digest after the earthquake of last season that shook more than just the ground — Harmony Dumplings was left in shambles; Althea’s (Shannon Dang) career took a turn for the worse after hacking into everyone’s location (to save them); Dennis (Tony Chung) has been cut off from his family; Zhilan (Yvonne Chapman) is stuck in the other dimension; Henry (Eddie Liu) left on his own adventure; and, Nicky (Olivia Liang) now has to figure out lift without a warrior’s purpose and a boyfriend.

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‘Thai Cave Rescue’ Producers Wanted the Diaspora to Feel Connected

When Netflix’s Thai Cave Rescue was first announced, executive producer Jon M. Chu immediately tweeted that this project belonged to the people who lived it — the Thai people. He was determined to not let the series be whitewashed or center on white saviors.

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Martha Millan on What to Expect This Season on ‘The Cleaning Lady’

*** Please note the article contains spoilers from the season 2 premiere of FOX’s The Cleaning Lady ***

Grief is a very difficult feeling to process, especially when it’s the loss of a close loved one. It becomes even more complicated when you find out it was at the hands of another loved one — although it was accidental.

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Sean Lew on That Tragic Accident and What’s Next on ‘The Cleaning Lady’

*** Please note the article contains spoilers from the season 2 premiere of FOX’s The Cleaning Lady ***

FOX’s The Cleaning Lady has returned for its sophomore season. And already, there is so much drama that will have an effected on the trajectory of the entire season. After Thony (Elodie Yung), Fiona (Martha Millan), and Chris (Sean Lew) finds Marco (Ivan Shaw) at the local motel, with Luca safely sleeping in the room, they confront him. As Chris attempts to get Luca, he accidentally causes Marco to fall down the stairs, killing him in the process.

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Naveen Andrews on What to Expect from His Role in ‘The Cleaning Lady’

With the premiere of The Cleaning Lady set for this Monday, little is known about what to expect for the series in its sophomore season. Thony (Elodie Yung) is dealing with Marco (Ivan Shaw) taking Luca at the end of last season after helping Arman (Adan Canto) take over Hayak’s (Navid Negahban) empire. But now, there seems to be a new foe added to the mix.

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Meet the New Hos in Town from HBO Max’s ‘House of Ho’

Look out! There are some new Hos in town!

HBO Max’s House of Ho returns for its second season this week. The series follows the life of the Ho family led by patriarch Binh Ho and his wife, Hue Ho, a Vietnamese family who are living the American Dream.

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Paddy Considine Wasn’t Aware of Viserys’ Choice in That ‘House of the Dragon’ Scene

The first episode of HBO Max’s House of the Dragon, the anticipated prequel to Game of Thrones, dropped this Sunday with over 10 million households viewing it on premiere night.

***This article contains spoilers from the pilot episode of House of the Dragon***

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‘House of the Dragon’ Actors Never Met Their Younger Counterparts

No one quite understands the methods that actors use to get into a character. For some, they immerse themselves into the character and get to know the cast who play the younger versions of themselves or vice versa. For others, they completely close themselves off in order to portray the character with no other influence.

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‘House of the Dragon’ Creatives Learned From ‘Game Of Thrones’ Mistakes

Game of Thrones has had its fair share of controversies — from the handling of sexual assault to the treatment of people of color, the creatives of HBO’s House of the Dragon says they’ve learned from the mistakes of the past.

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‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ Creators Discuss the Series’ Place in the MCU

Disney’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premieres this week. The series stars Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, an excellent lawyer trying to navigate through her career, family, and dating — all while also being a Hulk.

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Jae-rim Han’s ‘Emergency Declaration’ Sticks the Landing

When a pilot declares an “emergency declaration,” everything is given priority to that plane as it is in the most imminent danger. All other planes are rerouted or grounded as resources are then directed to that plane until it can land safely. It is the first note to be shown in Jae-rim Han’s new film Emergency Declaration to establish the importance of this statement by the pilot.

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Netflix’s ‘Thai Cave Rescue’ Focuses on the Perspectives of the Boys and Coach

There are so many stories and reiterations of the Tham Luang cave rescue of the 12 boys and their football coach being released. From documentaries to dramatic films, the story of the heroic rescue has yet to be told through the eyes of the Thai people. In Netflix’s Thai Cave Rescue, the limited series will touch on the untold perspectives of the boys at the center of the rescue.

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Hiroyuki Sanada Felt Respected in the Ending of ‘Bullet Train’

Bullet Train hit theaters this past weekend with a whopping $60 million at the global box office. The film, which stars Brad Pitt as Ladybug – an unlucky assassin who takes a job on the bullet train in Japan when there are other assassins at play – leading him to hilarious and action-packed situations. One of his unlikely allies turns out to be The Elder (played by Hiroyuki Sanada) and his foolish yet equally deadly son, Yuichi (Andrew Koji).

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‘Bullet Train’ is Able to Find Hilarity in the Chaos

If there is anything that director David Leitch is good at, it’s that he is brilliant at finding the hilarity in the chaos. In his new film Bullet Train, based on the popular Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kōtarō Isaka, Brad Pitt plays Ladybug, an “unlucky” assassin who is assigned to steal a briefcase from other assassins while on a speeding bullet train in Japan.

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