It was Sandra Oh’s birthday yesterday, but Netflix and Oh decided to gift her fans a treat today with the official trailer to her upcoming Netflix comedy series, The Chair.Continue reading “Netflix’s ‘The Chair’ Releases Trailer Featuring The Linda Lindas”
Never Have I Ever returns this week for its sophomore season, and it seems like our protagonist, Indian American teenager Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan), has not learned her lesson from last season on how to be a better person. As shown in the trailers, the second season starts with Devi having to deal with two romantic suitors — Paxton Hall-Yoshida (Darren Barnet) and Ben Gross (Jared Lewison) — and attempting to juggle them both. Of course we know it will lead to heartbreak for the trio and leaves Devi in a really difficult place trying to make things right. There were many times I felt aggravated watching Devi make mistake after mistake and felt like she was never really growing as a person. The thing is, nobody is perfect and as annoying as Devi is when mistakes are made, Never Have I Ever still finds a way to make it as charming and relatable as possible.Continue reading “‘Never Have I Ever’ Charms as it Deals with Grief and Growing Up”
Sandra Oh is the Boss.
Netflix has released a sneak peek look into the new half-hour comedy, The Chair, which stars Sandra Oh as Dr. Ji-Yoon Kim, the new chair of the English department.Continue reading “Sandra Oh-Led Comedy ‘The Chair’ Delivers a Hilarious Sneak Peek”
Never Have I Ever has finally dropped the release date for the second season — July 15 on Netflix. Unfortunately, we will have to wait for the trailer to drop next week, but in anticipation for the trailer — the cast and creators of the series will be coming together on June 17 at 8pm PST/ 11pm EST to host a fan-focused trailer event.Continue reading “‘Never Have I Ever’ Season 2 Returns July 15; Trailer Drops Next Week!”
Hulu’s new original Only Murders in the Building, had many waiting on the edge of their seat for news and now, we finally have some! The series will premiere on August 31 with weekly release and based on the teaser trailer that was also just released, it’s safe to say that Only Murders in the Building will definitely be worth the wait.Continue reading “Get All the Details of Hulu’s ‘Only Murders in the Building’”
Paula Pell is ready to bring the laughs in Peacock’s newest comedy Girls5eva, which premieres on Thursday, May 6. The best part is all eight episodes will drop at once, making it your next binge-worthy show! In the female-led series, Pell is joined by Sara Bareilles, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and Busy Philipps.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Paula Pell on Her New Peacock Original Series, ‘Girls5eva’”
Troy Gentile plays everyone’s favorite passionate middle child, Barry Goldberg, also known as Big Tasty, on The Goldbergs. The comedy takes fans back to the ‘80s and is the perfect family show, filled with comfort, laughs, and plenty of heart. It is currently on season 8 with new episodes airing Wednesdays at 8 PM ET.Continue reading “NOC Interview: Troy Gentile Discusses ABC’s Hit Comedy, ‘The Goldbergs’”
Fans fell in love with Emmy-winner Annie Murphy for her role as Alexis Rose in the hit series, Schitt’s Creek. Now, she’s taking on the role of sitcom wife, Allison in AMC’s Kevin Can F**k Himself, and fans are ready to see the actress back on their screens. The show premieres June 20 on AMC and even earlier on AMC+, which is a premium streaming bundle featuring the best of AMC, exclusive series, Shudder, Sundance Now, and IFC Films Unlimited.Continue reading “AMC’s ‘Kevin Can F Himself’ Finally Has a Release Date”
Finding a show the entire family can enjoy is near impossible, but ABC has managed to do it! The Goldbergs airs new episodes Wednesdays at 8 PM ET and if you’re new to the show, you have an entire eight seasons you can binge; trust me, you won’t want to stop watching.Continue reading “Why ABC’s ‘The Goldbergs’ is a Show That the Whole Family Can Enjoy”
Being a Middle Eastern kid in an American high school can be an awkward experience. You may struggle to fit in and have an unclear sense of your identity, making friends and relationships as a result. With the new show Chad on TBS, in which she plays the titular 14-year old character, Nasim Pedrad seeks to encompass that experience through reveling in the awkwardness that being an insecure MENA teenager can often entail. And it works for the most part, though the humor sometimes falls flat, especially when it leans too much into the awkwardness.Continue reading “NOC Review: ‘Chad’ is Good, but Revels in Cringe”
Julian Lerner is all about having fun, especially when he was on the set of Netflix’s Yes Day.Continue reading “Julian Lerner on Netflix’s ‘Yes Day’ and THAT Car Wash Scene: Video Interview”
If you’re like me, Kenan Thompson was your on-screen older brother growing up in the ’90s. If you’re also like me, seeing SNL pair Thompson with the rising star that is Chris Redd should make your heart soar. The two have established so much chemistry it’s no wonder NBC’s new comedy Kenan showcases their incomparable wit and charm to its fullest extent.Continue reading “SNL Superstars Kenan Thompson and Chris Redd Talk New NBC Comedy ‘Kenan’”
After months of anticipation, HBO Max has finally arrived. And while we’re still a year out from Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the latest entrant into the Streaming Wars has a lot to offer, and a few things to work out. Granted, it’s only been available for a few hours, but many of the bells and whistles promised during a WarnerMedia event in October — such as the ability to combine viewing profiles and celebrity-curated recommendations — were not ready at launch.
It looks like the a new season of One Day at a Time will be getting the ‘POP’ treatment. After getting cancelled by Netflix in March, One Day at a Time has been saved and given a new fourth season … Continue reading ‘One Day At A Time’ Saved By Pop TV!
According to Ali Wong, kissing Daniel Dae Kim in her new movie Always Be My Maybe was just ‘pure joy.’
We don’t blame her.
Just in time for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Netflix dropped the trailer to the anticipated Asian American comedy, Always Be My Maybe.
Jake Choi is heating up our television screens as the lovable single dad on ABC’s Single Parents and will be steaming up on the big screen in this week’s release of The Sun is Also a Star.
When the new ABC’s hit series Single Parents was picked up for a full season last year, actor Jake Choi could only think of one word to describe it: surreal.
The most anticipated romantic comedy of the year Always Be My Maybe has finally released a teaser. Well, most anticipated rom-com for Asian Americans everywhere. The film is set to release on May 31 on Netflix and stars comedian Ali Wong (Baby Cobra) and Randall Park (Fresh Off the Boat).
Extra Hard NOC Life this week! Foxy Jazzabelle goes one-on-one with the director of the new hit comedy starring Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart, Malcolm D. Lee!
SPOILER ALERT: This review drops certain actions depicted in the movie. Read at your own discretion. — Foxy
With the successful weekend box office of Crazy Rich Asians, it’s safe to assume there might be a sequel in the works. Within five days of its opening, the film earned an estimated $35 million, making it number one at the box office and the best debut for a comedy this year. With the success so far, many have been predicting a sequel may be in the works.
Of course, Crazy Rich Asians author Kevin Kwan is very superstitious about the idea of sequels and told me days before the release that he hasn’t thought about it.
Warning: This contains spoilers To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before has finally dropped on Netflix. The film, adapted from Jenny Han’s book of the same name, is about 16-year-old Lara Jean Song Covey (Lana Condor) whose love life goes … Continue reading ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,’ aka Lara Jean is a Fashion Icon