HEAD OF THE CLASS: Actress Dior Goodjohn on new version of the classic sitcom – Exclusive Interview

Dior Goodjohn in HEAD OF THE CLASS - Season 1| ©2021 HBO Max/Nicole Wilder

HEAD OF THE CLASS was originally a half-hour comedy that ran for five seasons, 1986-1991, on ABC. The show concerned a group of exceptionally bright high-school-age students who were put together in the same class. Now HBO Max, which is also making the earlier series available, has brought forth a new HEAD OF THE CLASS, with a new group of students dealing with school and life in 2021. The entire ten-episode first season premiered on November 4. Dior Goodjohn plays Robyn Rook, who enjoys debate, games, and snark. Goodjohn, high school age herself, has previously had roles on GLEE, RAVEN’S […]Read On »

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GENERATION: Actress Nava Mau on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Nava Mau in GENERATION - Season 1 | ©2021 HBO/Warrick Page

GENERATION is dropping new episodes of its first season every Thursday on HBO Max. The series, created by Zelda Barnz & Daniel Barnz, follows the lives of a group of high school students in Anaheim, CA. Nava Mau plays Ana, the nurturing aunt of Greta (Haley Sanchez). Despite Ana’s encouragement, Greta has been struggling with her sexuality, torn between classmate Riley (Chase Sui Wonders) and the more outgoing Lucia (Marisela Zumbado). Both Ana and Greta have been dreading the return of Sela (Patricia De Leon), Ana’s sister and Greta’s mother. Sela was deported to Guatemala, but is now returning legally. […]Read On »

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GENERATION: Creators Daniel Barnz and Zelda Barnz on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Chloe East, Uly Schlesinger, Nathanya Alexander, Haley Sanchez, Lukita Maxwell, Chase Sui Wonders, Justice Smith, Sydney Mae Diaz in GENERATION - Season 1 | ©2021 HBO/Warrick Page

GENERATION – or GENERA+ION – dropped the second half of its first season on Thursday, June 17, on HBO Max. Created by the father and daughter writing/producing team of Daniel Barnz and Zelda Barnz, with Daniel Barnz directing some episodes and his husband/Zelda’s father Ben Barnz as a fellow executive producer, GENERATION explores the intertwined lives of a group of Southern California high school students, as well as some of their teachers and friends. Twins Nathan (Uly Schlesinger) and Naomi (Chloe East) go between being soulmates and mortal enemies. Nathan is starting to realize he may be more gay than […]Read On »

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GENERATION: Actress Nathanya Alexander on Season 1 – Exclusive Interview

Actress Nathanya Alexander | photo courtesy Jill Fritzo PR

GENERATION – the logo is GENERA+ION – premieres the second half of its first season on HBO MAX on Thursday, June 17. Created by the daughter/father team of Zelda and Daniel Barnz, GENERATION follows a group of contemporary Southern California high school students as they deal with issues of growing up, sexuality, friendship, family matters and more. Nathanya (pronounce Nah-THAN-ya) Alexander plays Arianna, the extroverted daughter of two fathers (played by John Ross Bowie and J. August Richards). In the first half of Season 1, we see Arianna making homophobic jokes, which she justifies by pointing out her gay parents. […]Read On »

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RAISED BY WOLVES: Creator Aaron Guzikowski and stars chat new series – Interview

RAISED BY WOLVES - Season 1 Key Art | ©2020 HBO

RAISED BY WOLVES, created by Aaron Guzikowski, is in its first season on HBO Max, and renewed for a second. In the science-fiction series, which premieres new episodes on Thursdays, Earth has died due to religious warfare. A group of atheists have sent human embryos to be developed and raised by androids on the planet Kepler-22. The children’s surrogate parents are androids Mother, played by Amanda Collin, and Father, played by Abubakar Salim, who are programmed to make sure the young humans do not believe in the supernatural. Kepler-22 is dangerous. Twelve years on, only one child, Campion (Winta McGrath) […]Read On »

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