In movies and TV, Asian American stories are claiming the spotlight

For much of Hollywood history, the myth of the model minority has limited the roles available to Asian-American actors. Matt Stevens is an arts and culture reporter for The New York Times. He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the new wave of angry, messy and action-oriented roles for Asian-American actors – from “Beef” to “Everything Everywhere All at Once” – and how this evolution has chipped away at harmful stereotypes. His article is “For Asian American Actors, Playing a Hot Mess Is Liberating.”