‘Heathers’ Reboot Pulled From Paramount Network

The Heathers reboot was originally set to premiere on the Paramount Network on March 7, but was put on hold following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. It was then set to premiere July 10, but with school shootings becoming a normal occurrence and the debate around gun control growing stronger, Paramount has now decided to pull the project all together. Based on the 1988 … Continue reading ‘Heathers’ Reboot Pulled From Paramount Network

10 Must-Watch Fall TV Shows For 2018

It’s not even summer yet and I’m already anticipating fall — crisp leaves, campfires, s’mores, and new television shows! From The CW’s Charmed reboot to NBC’s Manifest, it’s time to break down the 10 must-watch television shows coming to the small screen this fall. A MILLION LITTLE THINGS (ABC) A group of unlikely friends from Boston get the wake up call they’ve needed to finally … Continue reading 10 Must-Watch Fall TV Shows For 2018

‘Charmed’ Reboot Gives Latina Witches A Chance To Make Magic In Industry That Severely Lacks Latina Representation

Charmed is the potential reboot we’ve been hearing about for years and it’s finally coming to fruition this fall. The new series was picked up by The CW, which is actually the same channel the original aired on back in the day, although then it was called The WB. The original Charmed followed the Halliwell sisters, known as The Charmed Ones, who were powerful good witches … Continue reading ‘Charmed’ Reboot Gives Latina Witches A Chance To Make Magic In Industry That Severely Lacks Latina Representation

Naomi Ko Introduces Audiences To A Korean American Coming-Of-Age Story Set In the Midwest In New TV Series ‘Nice’

Creator, writer, and actress Naomi Ko brought her passion project Nice to life at Tribeca Film Festival this year. The television series is a half hour dramedy about Teddy Park, a young Korean American woman from Minnesota who finds out she has breast cancer…again. Throughout the show, she deals with the consequences of keeping it a secret from her friends and family. For Ko, the … Continue reading Naomi Ko Introduces Audiences To A Korean American Coming-Of-Age Story Set In the Midwest In New TV Series ‘Nice’

Jennifer Morrison Confirms Role In ‘The Torture Report,’ Raúl Castillo Working On Latino Superhero Film, And More Upcoming Projects

Many actors and directors come to New York City to promote and support their incredible films and television shows premiering at Tribeca Film Festival — but that’s not all they have going on! While on the red carpet, I spoke with Jennifer Morrison, Sheila Vand, and more about what other projects they have coming up. JENNIFER MORRISON Jennifer Morrison was at Tribeca Film Festival this … Continue reading Jennifer Morrison Confirms Role In ‘The Torture Report,’ Raúl Castillo Working On Latino Superhero Film, And More Upcoming Projects

On My Block

Netflix’s ‘On My Block’ Renewed For Season 2

On My Block has garnered steady praise from viewers and critics alike since it debuted this past March — so it’s a no brainer that Netflix has ordered a second season of the coming-of-age dramedy. The series, created by Awkward‘s Lauren Iungerich and All Eyez On Me‘s Eddie Gonzalez and Jeremy Haft, follows four best friends growing up in South Central Los Angeles. What really … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘On My Block’ Renewed For Season 2

Netflix’s ‘On My Block’ Is The Diverse Teen Dramedy We’ve Been Waiting For

Netflix’s On My Block is a coming-of-age story about a group of best friends who are more like family that live in South Central Los Angeles. The majority of the cast of the cast is newcomers and made up of Hispanic and African American actors, including Sierra Capri, Jason Genao, Brett Gray, Diego Tinoco, Ronni Hawk, and Jessica Marie Garcia. The series was created by … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘On My Block’ Is The Diverse Teen Dramedy We’ve Been Waiting For