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Marina Fang


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Recent articles by Marina:

On ‘Succession,’ Family Is Always A Means To An End

Every Roy family relationship is transactional, as this week’s episode of the HBO drama brutally reminded us. → Read More

Michaela Coel Dedicates Emmy Win To ‘Every Single Survivor Of Sexual Assault’

The I May Destroy You creator, actor, writer and director won an Emmy for writing the universally acclaimed series. → Read More

The Emmys Had Its Most Diverse Nominees Yet, But Failed Them Over And Over

By the end of the night, no actors of color or LGBTQ actors had won any of the major acting awards. → Read More

Kate Winslet Wins Emmy For HBO's 'Mare Of Easttown'

The Oscar winner took home her second Lead Actress Emmy for one of her most captivating performances in years. → Read More

How Greta Lee Channeled Being 'The New Girl' Into Her ‘Morning Show’ Character

The "Russian Doll" star's latest character "could not give a flying hoot," which she says helped her stay chill around Jennifer Aniston and Reese Withers... → Read More

Mayim Bialik And Ken Jennings Will Host 'Jeopardy!' For Rest Of The Year

New host and executive producer Mike Richards stepped down after a firestorm of controversy surrounding his questionable past. → Read More

Here’s How Much Hollywood Continues To Erase And Stereotype Latinx People On Screen

Released Wednesday, the first day of Latinx Heritage Month, a new Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study warns of “an epidemic of invisibility.” → Read More

‘Language Lessons’ Is A Fresh Take On Zoom-Produced Movies

Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass have managed to make a moving film about a profound friendship that develops entirely over screens. → Read More

The 9/11 Museum Has A Problematic Legacy. Can It Be Saved?

The museum's handling of the Sept. 11 attacks has long received criticisms, which have become more glaring as the 20th anniversary approaches, scholars say. → Read More

Spike Lee Is Re-editing 9/11 Docuseries After Criticism For Featuring Conspiracy Theorists

His new HBO series connects the experiences of New Yorkers during the COVID-19 pandemic to those during the Sept. 11 attacks. → Read More

How Sandra Oh Brought Her Full Self Into Her Character In 'The Chair’

In her new Netflix series, the actor adds to her formidable career of dynamic characters, from Dr. Cristina Yang on “Grey’s Anatomy” to Eve Polastri on “... → Read More

Asian Americans Are Still Being Attacked Because Of Covid

Stop AAPI Hate has collected nearly 10,000 reports of anti-Asian racism since March 2020. → Read More

So The 'Jeopardy!' Guest Host Rotation Was Apparently All For Show

After all the hype, executive producer Mike Richards will become the show's regular host and actor Mayim Bialik will host prime-time specials and spinoffs. → Read More

Asian American Characters On Screen Are More Likely To Be Laughed At Than Laughed With

A new study describes how major movies perpetuate harmful stereotypes about AAPI people and make them the punchline. → Read More

'The White Lotus' Is A Stale Entry In The 'Shows About Rich White People Problems' Genre

The HBO limited series is the latest in the plentiful well of shows about the absurdities and follies of the uber-wealthy and privileged. → Read More

Netflix’s Naomi Osaka Docuseries Couldn’t Be More Timely

The documentary follows the tennis star through a period of enormous transformation and finding her voice. → Read More

The Snubs And Surprises Of The 2021 Emmy Nominations

We're scratching our heads at "Emily in Paris," while delighted for "PEN15." → Read More

‘This Way Up’ Star Aisling Bea On Making A Comedy About Loneliness Amid The Pandemic

The Hulu series, back for Season 2, resists unrealistic movie and TV clichés about mental health. → Read More

LGBTQ Film And TV Writers To Hollywood: 'Dig Deeper And Do Better' On Representation

Nearly half of queer writers said “they have hidden their identity — or felt compelled to do so — in an industry environment” in a recent survey. → Read More

New Yorker Workers Hold Significant Leverage In Strike Threat: A Weekly Print Product

Top editors could be forced to halt production of the million-circulation magazine in the event of a work stoppage, rather than try to put out scab issues. → Read More