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'Tuca & Bertie' Stars Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong on How Their Real-Life Friendship Connects to the Show

Something I learned while talking to the delightful stars of Tuca & Bertie is that it's really hard to keep a straight face while Tiffany Haddish is playing around with her Zoom filters, adding long mustaches and fake eyelashes to her visage. But that only escalated the fun of getting to speak to her and co-star Ali Wong, who seemed thrilled to be reunited to discuss the second season of the animated series, making a semi-miraculous return to Adult Swim after Netflix declined to make a second season.
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Tiffany Haddish, Ali Wong on Adult Swim’s ‘Tuca & Bertie’ Season 2 Premiere

Actors Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong joined Cheddar to talk about the return of the animated series "Tuca & Bertie." Originally premiering on Netflix and later picked up by Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. The show, geared towards millennials about two bird besties, tackles real-life issues like mental health and anxiety, described by Haddish as relatable beyond the generation. Wong noted that going into the show, she had no idea that the themes and messages would be so deep but is happy to be part of normalizing the conversation. The second season of "Tuca & Bertie" is set to air Sunday, June 13, on Adult Swim.
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Why Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong never gave up on Tuca & Bertie

Many were devastated when news broke that Tuca & Bertie—one of the best new shows of 2019—had involuntarily flown the coop at Netflix. With its well-drawn characters (both literally and figuratively) and idiosyncratic style, Lisa Hanawalt’s animated comedy had quickly endeared itself to a loyal fanbase who, in the wake of cancellation, flocked to savetucaandbertie.com to sign a petition in support of its future. Its stars remained optimistic, too: During the 2019 Television Critic Association’s summer tour, Tiffany Haddish assured the press in attendance: “I talked to the creator [Hanawalt], and we definitely are going to make it go somewhere. It’s going to go. It’s going to end up somewhere.” Almost a year later, Haddish’s prophecy was fulfilled; Adult Swim had answered the call and announced it would be the new home to the vivacious Tuca (Haddish), the musing Bertie (Ali Wong), and the rest of the colorful denizens of Bird Town.
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Paper Girls Casts Ali Wong in Pivotal Role for Amazon Series

The cast of Amazon Prime Video's upcoming adaptation of the Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang Image Comics series Paper Girls just nabbed a major star for a huge role with TV Line reporting that comedian Ali Wong has been tapped to join the show. Like its comic book basis, the TV series tells a time travel story with previously confirmed cast members including Sofia Rosinsky (Fast Layne) as Mac, Camryn Jones (Cherish the Day) as Tiffany, Fina Strazza (A Christmas Melody) as KJ, and Riley Lai Nelet (Altered Carbon) as Erin. Wong will take on the role of the Adult Erin.
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Ali Wong Joins Paper Girls Time Travel Drama Adaptation at Amazon

Ali Wong can officially refer to herself as one of the Paper Girls. The actress/comedian has been cast in Amazon Prime’s series adaptation of the best-selling graphic novels by author Brian K. Vaughan and illustrator Cliff Chiang. For the uninitiated, Paper Girls follows four young women — Mac (Fast Layne‘s...
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Amazon’s ‘Paper Girls’ Series Adds ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Actress Ali Wong in a Lead Role

The upcoming Amazon Prime Video adaptation of the acclaimed Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang comic series Paper Girls has found its adult Erin. Ali Wong, the comedian/actress/writer/producer behind the 2019 Netflix comedy Always Be My Maybe, is the latest addition to the Paper Girls cast, where she’ll be playing one of the lead roles. Read on for the plot details about the series.
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Ali Wong Joins ‘Paper Girls’ Series at Amazon

Ali Wong is set to appear in the upcoming “Paper Girls” series adaptation at Amazon. Wong joins previously announced series leads Sofia Rosinsky, Camryn Jones, Riley Lai Nelet, and Fina Strazza. The series, which hails from Amazon Studios and Legendary Television in association with Plan B, is based on the graphic novel series by writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Cliff Chiang.
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Ali Wong Joins The Cast Of Amazon’s ‘Paper Girls’ Series

If you’re a fan of recent comic book series that aren’t tied to Marvel and DC superheroes, you’re probably very familiar with the work of Brian K. Vaughan. He’s the co-creator of comics such as “Y: The Last Man” (soon to be an FX series) and “Saga” (which is definitely something that needs to be adapted as a series). And it appears that another one of his comics, “Paper Girls,” is moving ahead quite nicely at Amazon Prime Video, as the series continues to add folks to the cast.
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‘Paper Girls’: Ali Wong Cast In Amazon Graphic Novel Series Adaptation

Always Be My Maybe star and Baby Cobra comedian Ali Wong will join Amazon’s Paper Girls series, based on Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang’s graphic novel. She will join series leads Sofia Rosinksy, Camryn Jones, Riley Lai Nelet and Fina Strazza. Stephany Folsom and Christopher C. Rogers will co-showrun. Vaughan, Chiang, Plan B, Christopher Cantwell and the showrunners will serve as executive producers for the series, which is set to film in Chicago this year.
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Ali Wong boards Amazon's Paper Girls

The comedian will play the adult version of Lai Nelet's 12-year-old character Erin in the drama about four young girls who, while out delivering papers on the morning after Halloween in 1988, become unwittingly caught in a conflict between warring factions of time-travelers. As Variety notes, "when the two Erins finally come face-to-face, they are forced to confront the gap between their childhood hopes, dreams, ambitions and the reality of their grown-up life."
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Ali Wong to Star in Brian K. Vaughan’s ‘Paper Girls’ at Amazon

Paper Girls has found its adult star. Amazon’s adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan’s Eisner Award-winning comics has tapped writer, comedian and actress Ali Wong to lead the cast. Picked up to series last summer, Paper Girls centers on four girls who are delivering newspapers on the day after Halloween in...
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Beef: Netflix Orders Dramedy Series Starring Steven Yuen and Ali Wong

Beef is coming to Netflix. The streaming service has ordered the new dramedy series from Lee Sung Jin, which will star Steven Yeun and Ali Wong. Ten episodes have been ordered for the series which will follow a couple after a road rage incident takes over their lives. Netflix revealed...