'Mayans M.C.' star Richard Cabral on Coco's state of mind: 'He's reverted back to this broken innocence'

Mayans M.C. fans have been stressing out all season while seeing the life of one of the most beloved characters from the series, Johnny "El Coco" Cruz, wither away to drug addiction. The low point for the character has been a high point for the actor who portrays him, Richard Cabral, as he's performing some of the most challenging work of his career. "During these moments of chaos, we fail to see the beauty," Cabral tells EW. "When you're a human being, you don't just want to live in the murky

Watch the 'Cobra Kai' cast tease season 3 drama in EW's virtual roundtable

In the season 2 finale, mayhem broke out at West Valley High School as students from Miyagi-Do Karate and Cobra Kai brought the streets into the halls in a battle royale. After all was said and done, feelings were hurt, friendships were tested, and Miguel (Maridueña) was left seriously injured and in a coma. "First and foremost, if Miguel gets out of this coma there's going to be a lot of questions he's going to have," Maridueña teases. "I think the thing that means most to him, at that point,

'One Day at a Time' executive producers reveal the stories you never got to see

One Day at a Time executive producers reveal the stories you never got to see GLORIA CALDERÒN KELLETT: We're doing ok. Mike and I talk almost every day. We've been processing this for a long time. Every year we wouldn't know our fate. In a way, as we called all the actors yesterday, we didn't need to say much because we've said it all before. Everyone already knew. Just know that not one moment on this show was taken for granted. MIKE ROYCE: Our whole experience working on the show always felt

CoNic wedding first look! 'The Resident' stars Matt Czuchry, Emily VanCamp tease season 4 premiere

"We've been on this journey together for several years now so it felt good to honor these characters and their love for each other," VanCamp tells EW. Fox's The Resident is kicking off season 4 on Jan. 12 with a bang! The long awaited wedding between Nic Nevin (Emily VanCamp) and her beloved Conrad Hawkins (Matt Czuchry) is finally happening, and everyone is invited. "They met in a bar, fell in love in a hospital, and now — after all the glorious highs and painful losses — Conrad and Nic will

Meet 'Saved by the Bell' star Haskiri Velazquez, the revival's new Zack Morris

Haskiri Velazquez is taking over Zack's power to freeze time and break the fourth wall as the character Daisy Jimenez on Peacock's Saved by the Bell revival (out Wednesday). And although Velazquez says she and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, who played Zack in the original series, didn't spend much time together, she's elated about what the character will mean to young Latinas. "I grew up in New York's Washington Heights, where my community was very diverse. But when I turned on the TV, the only person I

Reggaeton legend Ivy Queen on working with Bad Bunny, Rauw Alejandro collab

To understand the significance of that moment, one needs to take a trip back to 1990’s Puerto Rico. This was the time and place where the Urbano Latino genre was born. Ivy, born Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodríguez, would prove at 18 that women could spit lyrics on par with any man. Not only was she a lyricist, whose verses had the power to lure anyone onto the dance floor, the lyrics themselves were empowering, bold, and ballsy at a time when men were dominating airwaves with words that often deni

HBO's ‘Murder on Middle Beach’ filmmaker on how making the docuseries about his mom's death saved his life

When Madison Hamburg was 11 years old, his parents Jeffrey and Barbara Hamburg bought him a Sony Handycam. The gift arrived a day after they told Madison they were getting a divorce. Although his parents didn’t know it at the time, that camcorder would change Madison’s life forever. The budding filmmaker makes his debut on HBO with Murder on Middle Beach, a docuseries that untangles the mystery behind his mom’s murder, which remains unsolved to his day. But Madison hopes viewers can look beyond

Anne Hathaway apologizes for negative portrayal of limb difference in 'The Witches'

Anne Hathaway has issued an apology for "the pain caused" to people with limb differences by her character in HBO Max's movie The Witches. In the Roald Dahl adaptation, Hathaway portrays the evil Grand High Witch, who has three fingers on each hand that resemble the congenital disorder ectrodactyly. "I have recently learned that many people with limb differences, especially children, are in pain because of the portrayal of the Grand High Witch in The Witches," the actress wrote in an Instagram

How 'Veneno' creators hope to spread love and empathy while honoring trans icon Cristina Ortiz

Watch the first trailer for the HBO Max series about the power of friendship set to debut on Nov. 19. Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi's lives were impacted greatly by the magic of Cristina "La Veneno" Ortiz, a trans icon whose quick wit and unapologetic attitude took Spain by storm in the '90s. Through their series Veneno, the duo, known collectively as Los Javis, honor the enigma (played at different times by Jedet, Daniela Santiago, and Isabel Torres) with a little help from journalist Valer

Ava DuVernay introduces Hollywood's next wave of cinematic talent

The highly lauded director is using her power in the film industry and non-profit collective ARRAY to amplify BIPOC voices, many of which she introduced this weekend during the AFI Summit panel "Elevating BIPOC filmmakers: A Conversation with ARRAY." Panelists included writer/directors Deepa Mehta, Isabel Sandoval, Blitz Bazawule, and Merawi Gerima. The collection was started in 2011 with its headquarters based in Los Angeles serving as a welcoming space to nurture talent Hollywood tends to ign

Nyle DiMarco on how working on 'Deaf U' made him reflect on his own college experience

NYLE DIMARCO: I'm overwhelmed with all the positive reactions; it's exactly what we were hoping for. My favorite part has been how people have been so amazed that they take this deep dive into another world. As someone from the deaf community, I see this simply as a scratching of the surface. We have so much more to offer and show if we're given more opportunities and future seasons. Absolutely! From my experience on America's Top Model and Dancing With the Stars, I saw that as the sole deaf co

Emily Estefan reveals mom Gloria Estefan's shocking reaction to her coming-out story

Gloria Estefan is a beloved singer the world over, but at home she's a mother, grandmother, wife, and human being. And while the Estefans are very public figures, they've mostly kept their personal lives within their circle of trust — at least until the recent launch of the Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk: The Estefans. "I came out to my parents like in 2017. But as you'll see on the show, I think they knew way before that," Emily, 25, tells EW. "What I'm most excited about in this episode
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