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Pride Month
Part of the #TVForAll campaign, FOX and GLAAD present "Let's Talk About It: A Pride Roundtable." If you missed it check it out on FOXNOW or Hulu!
Join a meaningful discussion around Pride featuring FOX talent, in partnership with GLAAD.
In Episode Seven of MAKING HISTORY IN HOLLYWOOD, 'Call Me Kat' Kyla Pratt discusses why it is important to tell your story, being able to relate to people with the same background as you makes you feel seen and heard.
Malcolm-Jamal Warner, from “The Resident,” discusses the importance of observing and celebrating Juneteenth in America.
Ken Jeong (The Masked Singer/I Can See Your Voice), Keiko Agena (Prodigal Son), Krista Marie Yu (Last Man Standing) and John Harlan Kim (9-1-1) join FOX for an intimate conversation about their stories as Asian Americans in the entertainment industry and more.
In Episode Five of MAKING HISTORY IN HOLLYWOOD, Prodigal Son’s Aurora Perrineau discusses why representation is so important.
Prodigal Son’s Lou Diamond Phillips talks about what Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month means to him as we look to celebrate this May.
Frank Harts talks about his experience working in Hollywood and how the images we see impact our beliefs.
Prodigal Son’s Keiko Agena and LA restauranteur, James Choi, get together to talk about self-awareness, culture, and identity in 2021. As the Asian American community sees an increase in hate crimes, this reflective dialogue couldn't have come together at a better time. In Partnership with Upworthy
In Episode Three of MAKING HISTORY IN HOLLYWOOD, Dulcé Sloan talks about having a voice in how her character, Honeybee Shaw, on The Great North is represented on the show.
In Episode Two of MAKING HISTORY IN HOLLYWOOD, Brian Michael Smith (9-1-1: LONE STAR) talks what it means to be a Black actor in Hollywood and why representation matters.
Don't miss a new episode of the digital series MAKING HISTORY IN HOLLYWOOD featuring 9-1-1: LONE STAR's Brian Michael Smith.
Leo Green performs as Fox celebrates Women’s History Month in this “Stronger Together” music video! Music produced by FOX Entertainment Music (FEM).
Bellamy Young gives advice to her 17 year old self.
Niecy Nash gives advice to her 17 year old self.
“To be a woman is to conduct life’s resounding orchestra.” Join the FOX fam in celebrating Women’s history, moments and stories all year round. #TVForAll Women’s Composition, a poem by Ariella Davis, 18, a @WriteGirl alum. Learn more about WriteGirl and the amazing work they do at: www.writegirl.org
In Episode One of MAKING HISTORY IN HOLLYWOOD, Malcolm Jamal Warner (THE RESIDENT) talks what it means to be a Black actor in Hollywood.
FOX talent talks about Latinx representation in mainstream media.
FOX Talent helps celebrate Latinx Heritage Month by discussing their favorite traditions.
Rafael Silva helps you avoid awkward language mishaps in honor of Latinx History Month.
As we continue our #TVforAll campaign with Latinx Heritage Month, a few influential people talk about what their heritage means to them!
Join 9-1-1 Lone Star’s Rafael Silva has he helps break down language barriers as part of the FOX Latinx History Month.
FOX is excited to continue our #TVforAll campaign with Latinx Heritage Month, we will celebrate and recognize the contributions the Hispanic community have made to history, society, television and culture.