Can’t get enough of the “Crazy Rich Asians”? In the wake of the rom-com’s box office success, it’s hard to imagine a sequel isn’t already in the works even if nothing’s been officially announced yet. But until then, you can continue your adventures with Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh, Chris Pang, Harry Shum Jr., Awkwafina and more by exploring their TV offerings.
Here’s where you can stream shows featuring each of the “Crazy Rich Asian” stars.
Before starring as Rachel Chu, Wu was best known for playing the hilarious and demanding mom Jessica Huang on ABC’s “Fresh Off the Boat,” which returns for its fifth season in October. She’s also made guest appearances on “Torchwood,” “Covert Affairs,” “Franklin & Bash,” “Childrens Hospital,” “Eastsiders,” and “Royal Pains.”
“Fresh Off the Boat”: ABC app and Hulu
“Torchwood” and “Covert Affairs”: Amazon Prime
“Franklin & Bash,” “Childrens Hospital,” Royal Pains,” “Eastsiders”: for purchase on Amazon
Matriarch Eleanor Young is just one of many formidable roles Yeoh has played over the years. On TV, she recently portrayed the brave Captain Georgiou, who commanded the USS Shenzhou on “Star Trek: Discovery,” Lotus on “Marco Polo,” Yu Shu Lien in “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny,” and Mei Foster on “Strike Back.”
“Star Trek: Discovery”: CBS All Access
“Marco Polo”: Netflix
“Strike Back”: Cinemax app or for purchase on YouTube, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play
Stylish Astrid may not have been lucky in love in the film, but on AMC’s “Humans,” Chan portrays the synth (i.e. conscious robot) named Mia. She’s also appeared in “Secret Diary of a Call Girl,” “The IT Crowd,” “Doctor Who,” and “The Blind Banker” episode of “Sherlock.”
“Humans”: For purchase on Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes, Vudu, and Google Play
“Secret Diary of a Call Girl”: Showtime and for purchase on Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Vudu
“The IT Crowd” and “Sherlock”: Netflix
“Doctor Who”: For purchase on Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Vudu
The rapper and actress has had quite the summer, having also appeared in “Ocean’s 8” before going blonde as Peik Lin in “Crazy Rich Asians.” She once had her own web series called “Tawk,” helped host MTV’s “Girl Code,” and has appeared in “Mary + Jane” and “Future Man.”
“Girl Code”: MTV.com with cable subscription
“Mary + Jane”: For purchase on Amazon Prime.
“Future Man”: Hulu
That handsome guy eyeing Astrid at the end of the movie was Charlie Wu, played by none other than Harry Shum, Jr. While he might be best known to TV audiences as New Directions member Mike Chang on “Glee,” he also starred in a bunch of Wong Fu Productions, including the rom-com series “Single by 30” opposite Kina Grannis (who sings “Can’t Help Falling in Love” at the wedding in “Crazy Rich Asians”).
He also starred as Wei-Fang (along with “Crazy Rich Asians” co-stars Michelle Yeoh and Chris Pang) in Netflix’s “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” sequel subtitled “Sword of Destiny.” His portrayal of the bisexual warlock Magnus Bane helped “Shadowhunters” win a 2017 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Drama Series.
“Glee”: Netflix and Hulu
“Single by 30”: YouTube Premium
“Shadowhunters”: Freeform online
Playing Peik Lin’s rich dad Goh Wye Mun is perhaps one of Jeong’s most joyous movie roles, but he’s been keeping busy on the small screen as well, having appeared in minor roles since 1997. He’s best known for playing the rather unstable teacher Ben Chang on “Community” and has since added to his resume voicing the role of Dr. Yap on “Bob’s Burgers,” guest-starring as Lewis Huang’s brother Gene on “Fresh Off the Boat” (alongside Constance Wu), and starring on his now—canceled comedy “Dr. Ken.”
“Community,” “Bob’s Burgers” and “Fresh Off the Boat”: Hulu
“Dr. Ken”: Crackle
Once a “Ex Machina” robot, Mizuno is far more lively as the bride Araminta. Although she doesn’t have any TV credits yet, Mizuno will appear as Dr. Fujita in Netflix’s highly anticipated Cary Fukunaga-directed series “Maniac” opposite Emma Stone, Jonah Hill, and Justin Theroux. It will stream on Netflix beginning Sept. 21.
The Australian actor and producer of Taiwanese-Chinese descent portrayed the proud groom Colin in the film. He has appeared with Michelle Yeoh in two Netflix projects: “Marco Polo,” as Arban Khan, and “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny,” as Flying Blade.
As Nick and Colin’s former classmate Bernard Tai, Jimmy O. Yang became the guy you loved to hate, the consummate irresponsible and wasteful rich guy. On the small screen, he’s best known as Jian-Yang, an app developer who lives in Ehrlich’s incubator on HBO’s “Silicon Valley.”
In the movie, Nick’s cousin Eddie Cheng is obsessed with image, even if his marriage appears to be a loveless one. He’s best known on TV as a “Daily Show” correspondent who added to a passionate response to a racist Fox News segment about Chinatown by conducting respectful interviews of his own in the area.
He also co-wrote and stars in the comedy series “Ronny Chieng: International Student,” based on his true experiences as a Malaysian student in Australia. It’s available to stream on the Comedy Central website.
Australian actor Hii plays Alistair, Eddie’s Hong Kong filmmaker brother. And while Hii has appeared in a number TV series, most are Australian and not available in the U.S. He did, however, appear in “Marco Polo” as Prince Jingim and the children’s mermaid drama “H2O: Just Add Water,” both available on Netflix.
Nick’s second cousin Oliver T’sien is played by Nico Santos, who is sales associate Mateo at Cloud 9 on NBC’s comedy “Superstore.” The first three seasons are available to stream on Hulu, and the show returns to NBC for its fourth season in October.
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