The premieres of Survivor and Top Shot, American Idol goes to Vegas, plus continuing drama on RuPaul's Drag Race, Top Chef, and Face Off.
The premieres of RuPaul's Drag Race and The Voice, screaming on Glee, Top Chef pancakes.
A Korean American hopeful on Idol, light racism on Glee, a sad elimination on Top Chef, and leafy sea dragons on Face Off.
Irresponsibly pursuing dreams on Glee, too little too late on Survivor, steak disasters, on Top Chef, and selling out on Work of Art.
We get our final contestant list on Top Chef Texas, Ai Weiwei in the news on Work of Art, plus updates on Glee, The Walking Dead, The Sing-Off, and John Cho's doings around town.
Mike Chang gets his time in the sun on Glee, a second chance on The X-Factor, domination on Top Chef and Project Runway, trouble on Survivor.
"Asian Annie" rocks the Community crew, Awkward gives us AsAm students and teachers, Sally and Anya riding high on Top Chef and Project Runway
Continued fancy footwork on So You Think You Can Dance, Cindy Chang leaves America's Got Talent, comedian Ali Wong on the Tonight Show.
Crews in danger on America's Best Dance Crew, Top Chef Masters get a musical challenge, and Maggie Q does an unusual workout with Conan.
Mixed results on a couple season finales, (lack of) Asian sex symbols on Glee, and one last take on Tiger Moms.
Mosey with us through the South, a region rich with history and culture -- and one that is vital to, but often overlooked in, Asian American history.
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