You can't tout a show as inclusive if mainly white storytellers control the narrative of several East Asian leads
Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (Appa)Jean Yoon (Umma)Andrea Bang (Janet)Simu Liu (Jung)Andrew Phung (Kimchee Han)Nicole Power (Shannon Ross)Ben Beauchemin (Gerald Tremblay)Michael Musi (Terence)Ziad Ek (Omar)Akosua Amo-Adem (Stacie)Sugith Varughese (Mr. Mehta)Amanda Brugel (Pastor Nina Gomez)John Ng (Mr. Chin)Gabriella Sundar Singh (Chelsea Chettiar)Derek McGrath (Frank)Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll (Enrique)Christina Song (Mrs. Lee)Ellora Patnaik (Angeli Mehta)
Emily Hurson, Anita Kapila, Barbara Mamabolo, Kevin White, Garry Campbell, Matt Kippen, Sonja Bennett, Kurt Smeaton, Nadiya Chettiar, Eric Toth, Rebecca Kohler, Zlatina Pacheva, Clara Altimas, Shebli Zarghami, Kat Sandler, Amelia Haller, Winter Tekenos-Levy, Amanda Brooke Perrin, Allana Reoch, Ins Choi, Rosamund Small, Carly Stone, Sophie Marsh, Jean Kim
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