The "Fresh Off the Boat" author reveals how "Good Will Hunting" inspired his directing debut, "Boogie," and his push for Asian American representation on screen to fight anti-Asian bias. "It's a time to stand up for ourselves, stand up for Asian culture."
EXCLUSIVE: The casts of the groundbreaking series Fresh Off The Boat and Kim's Convenience are uniting for a one-night only special event which will feature the cast members from both shows doing live online table reads of the pilots of their respective shows, in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. The virtual event presented in partnership with Seed&Spark is […]
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ABC comedy "Fresh Off the Boat" will not be back for a seventh season. Variety has confirmed that the single-cam sitcom is set to end with its current sixth season, with an hour-long series finale set to air on Feb. 21. With its conclusion, the show will have aired over 100 episodes since it first […]
Karey Burke recently revealed that ABC has a lot of big plans in the coming years.
A week after Wu's social media rant about the renewal of her show, McGowan revealed that she had been unhappy to learn "Charmed" would continue.
The president of ABC Entertainment said Constance Wu will remain on the newseason of "Fresh Off the Boat," even after the actress had a Twitter meltdownin response to the sitcom's renewal
Constance Wu is getting back on the Boat, it seems. The actress is now expressing gratitude for ABC’s decision to renew her comedy Fresh Off the Boat for a sixth season, following a much-publicized outburst on Twitter. Wu now admits her tweets were “ill-timed” and says she’s “so grateful” the show was renewed, thanking fans […]
Constance Wu is fresh outta effs. The Fresh Off the Boat actress took to social media late Friday to vent about ABC’s decision to renew her sitcom for a sixth season. That’s right, it appears Wu — who starred in the summer sleeper Crazy Rich Asians — is upset that the network did not cancel […]
ET exclusively debuts a sneak peek from the landmark April 5 episode.
“I grew up in Richmond, Virginia. My high school mascot is a rebel holding the confederate flag. I grew up in a very white area,” the Crazy Rich Asians star explained during her appearance at BUILD.
Coming out, sexual assault, self-worth — those are just some of the issues Teen TV is tackling today. Showrunners Joss Whedon, Julie Plec, I. Marlene King, and others remember their most impactful storylines.
Producers from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “13 Reasons Why,” “Pretty Little Liars,” and other teen shows discuss how “My So-Called Life” had an impact on them when they were that age.
The author who inspired ABC’s "Fresh Off The Boat" and host of Viceland’s "Huang’s World" is opening up for the first time about a sexual assault he had kept quiet for over 20 years.
Summertime and the livin’ is easy — especially if you have a DVR, a remote, and some sun-free spare time. If a staycation is on your to-do list this summer, why not live vicariously through your favorite TV characters’ vacation plans with a look back at some of our favorite small-screen getaways? We’ve also listed why each episode is a summer vacation standout. Who needs a travel agent when you have us?
On “Fresh Off the Boat,” Louis’s restaurant was rented out to shoot an infomercial for a product you can’t live without — the Ongun. When Emery saw his Dad going down in flames, he seized the opportunity and got the director to cast him instead. When Louis saw that Emery’s acting style involved a lot of nervous blinking, he put aside their differences and offered his son some loving words of encouragement, but Emery suspected that he was just trying to throw him off his game.
Heather Locklear comes in with a vengeance on "Fresh Off the Boat" as Sarah, Marvin’s jilted ex-wife. Jessica notices that her bargaining power involves fake crying.
What do you do when your dad is named “Small Businessman of the Year?” If you’re Eddie Huang, you hit the mall to shop for some ridiculously big pants to wear to his awards ceremony. In this exclusive sneak peek from the Fresh Off the Boat episode, “The Best of Orlando,” Louis (Randall Park) and his sons Eddie and Emery (Hudson Yang, Forrest Wheeler) go on a shopping spree in search of suitable dress pants to wear to Louis’s awards gala. Of course, while the $80 JNCO price tag is out of Eddie’s reach, the cost has nothing to do with it because his dad isn’t down with the giant jeans, anyway.
‘Freaks and Geeks’ Bill Haverchuck as Jaime Sommers The Bionic Woman His fellow trick-or-treaters may have been unimpressed with Bill's get-up, but this easily hovers near the top of our list of our all-time favorite TV character Halloween costumes. Martin Starr's performance as the comically low-key Bill was always brilliant, but never more so than the scene in which he imagines what Jaime Sommers would wear, carefully applies her makeup (complete with a tissue blotting of the lips after putting on lipstick), carries on a phone conversation, as Jaime, with imaginary Oscar Goldman, and turns down a marriage proposal from Steve "The Six Million Dollar Man" Austin. God, we still miss this show. (Credit: NBC
If you’re looking to get in the Halloween spirit, just keep your TV tuned in to ABC. The network — which kicks off its primetime celebration of the holiday Oct. 19 at 8 p.m. with a 50th anniversary airing of It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown — has a long history of great Halloween episodes (thank you, Roseanne). But it was in 2010 that the network decided to make it a true tradition for its family sitcoms.
Fresh Off the Boat goes back to school in this week’s new episode, and Eddie (Hudson Yang) is now in eighth grade. “We need to walk in either with fresh gear, or a great story,” he tells his friends while they sit in lawn chairs on the driveway and contemplate the new year. Well, Trent (Trevor Larcom) has fresh gear — fresh from the Atlanta Olympics! And it features the official mascot, Izzy Whatizit.
A sitcom built around what its protagonist self-describes as “a normal fat person” is bound to be problematic, but it could overcome its problems to a large extent if it were funny.
With so much to watch on TV, it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.