From Lauren La Rose of The Canadian Press:
Link: Korean-Canadian family sitcom ‘Kim’s Convenience’ aims to boost diversity on TV
As “Kim’s Convenience” opens up shop in prime time, the Korean-Canadian family sitcom joins a rising number of shows seeking to boost visibility of Asian actors and characters.
“It’s so great to be able to add to that conversation in a positive way, because to be frank, a lot of that conversation is…. quite negative,” said series co-creator Ins Choi, who adapted his award-winning play for TV with showrunner Kevin White. Continue reading.
Latest posts by Greg David (see all)
- Wynonna Earp: Brendon Yorke talks “Gonna Getcha Good,” cheerleading and The Guardians of the Galaxy - June 23, 2017
- Link: Melanie Scrofano on ‘Wynonna Earp’ Season 2, Love Interests, and the Earp Curse - June 23, 2017
- Link: Canada’s female-led ‘Baroness von Sketch Show’ primed for U.S. debut - June 23, 2017