Fresh Off The Boat
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I Challenge You To Identify These Popular TV Shows From A Single Screenshot Of Their Opening Credits
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The pilot episode isn't always the best one...
"They say that 'success' will be when our Asian-ness isn’t a part of the story, when we get cast in 'non-stereotypical' roles. I do not subscribe to this idea of success. That career ethos, that desire to shut down Asian stereotypes, is a reaction to a Hollywood standard that was created by people who do not know us.”
"I Was Unsafe At That Point": Constance Wu Tearfully Spoke About Her Attempted Suicide And What Pushed Her To That Point
"I read these DMs from an Asian actress, somebody who should have been my ally," Constance said. "And I felt like nothing I could ever do would be enough. I felt like the only thing that would prove to her that I felt as bad as she thought I deserved to feel would be if I died."
Constance Wu Explained Why She Was Really Angry When "Fresh Off The Boat" Got Renewed For Another Season
"I had a traumatic experience my first couple years on that show, and nobody knew about it because that show was historic for Asian Americans."
Constance Wu Revealed She Attempted Suicide After The Backlash Caused By Her Controversial “Fresh Off The Boat” Tweets Left Her Feeling Like A “Disgrace” To The Asian American Community
“It’s surreal that a few DMs convinced me to end my own life, but that’s what happened.”
Hey, we can't *all* be Moira Rose!
Is it too late to join the Rose family?
Turns out no one really likes playing James Bond.
I can eat and watch TV at the same time, so...one might call me multi-talented, too.
Your favorite workplace sitcom says a lot about you.
There's far more than just The Office, kids.
ABC's "Fresh Off The Boat" Will End After Its Sixth Season, And Naturally Everyone Made The Same Constance Wu Joke
The show, which is the longest-running Asian American sitcom, will end next year.
"My words and ill-timing were insensitive to those who are struggling, especially insensitive considering the fact that I used to be in that struggle too," Wu said Saturday.
I wasn't sure if he'd find the show funny. But it seemed to bring us closer together.