Viet Nam News HCM CITY — Vietnamese-American actor, director and martial artist Dustin Nguyễn will play a role in Warrior, a new Cinemax crime-drama series based on the writings of martial art legend Bruce Lee. The 10-episode series is executive produced by Shan Lee, Lee’s daughter, Fast and Furious 6 director Justin Lin, and writer Jonathan Tropper. It is about a martial arts prodigy who emigrates to San Francisco from China during the Tong Wars of the city in the second half of the 19th century. In the film, Dustin will play Zing who fights against the leading character played by British actor Andrew Koji. Dustin made his acting debut in 1985 with a role in Magnum, PI., an American crime drama series that ran from 1980 to 1988. He has played in American series like 21 Jump Street and VIP, and movies such as Little Fish, The Doom Generation and The Rebel. In 2008, he played a leading role in Huyền Thoại Bất Tử (The Legend Is … [Read more...] about Actor Dustin Nguyễn in new American TV series
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By Chuck Barney | [email protected] | Bay Area News GroupPUBLISHED: January 16, 2019 at 2:01 pm | UPDATED: January 17, 2019 at 10:16 am As the great American orator, Neil Sedaka, once opined, “breaking up is hard to do.” But that’s the dilemma facing many TV viewers in 2019 as an extraordinary number of shows prepare to deliver their final episodes. We’ll have to bid farewell to some of our favorite characters and story lines and, somehow, find a way to — sob — move on. In order to help you start out on the road to closure, we’ve compiled a list of shows that will depart this year. Grab the tissues and take a gander: — “The Affair” (Showtime): Montauk will never be the same. All the emotionally wrenching drama will cease after a fifth season coming later this year. The show will make a substantial time jump and introduce Anna Paquin (“True Blood”) as the daughter of Alison (Ruth Wilson) and Cole (Joshua … [Read more...] about The farewell shows: Which TV series are ending this year?
0 Have your say TV’s history of exploiting hardship tells residents of Bridgeton they have good cause to fear the impact of Bethany Mone’s visit, writes Dani Garavelli. Outside the Credit Union in Bridgeton, Glasgow, a group of boys stand swigging listlessly from cans of coke. Carved into the ground, close to their be-trainered feet, are the words: “The honest man though e’er sae poor/Is king o men for a’ that.” Though the boys pay it no heed, Burns’ egalitarian line is apt for a community which is trying hard to rise above the stigma of deprivation.Across the road, the central column of the cast iron bandstand is draped in a union flag and faded flowers in memory of a recently departed Rangers fan. There, Jamie Docherty, 47, is talking about a contemporary, and less egalitarian, exploration of poverty: C4’s Born Famous. The reality TV series will pair the sons and daughters of “self-made” celebrities … [Read more...] about Insight: Bridgeton fears yet another ‘poverty porn’ TV show
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Katie Rogers and Maggie Haberman New York Times July 25, 2018 WASHINGTON — On the first couple’s recent trip overseas, Melania Trump’s television aboard Air Force One was tuned to CNN. President Donald Trump was not pleased.He raged at his staff for violating a rule that the White House entourage should begin each trip tuned to Fox — his preferred network over what he considers the “fake news” CNN — and caused “a bit of a stir” aboard Air Force One, according to an email obtained by The New York Times. The email, an internal exchange between officials in the White House Military Office and the White House Communications Agency last Thursday, also called for the ordering of two additional televisions to support Beam, a TiVo-like streaming device, to make sure the president and first lady could both watch TV in … [Read more...] about ‘A bit of a stir’ aboard Air Force One: The first lady’s TV tuned to CNN
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