Miss Sandra Oh on television? Given that she is absolutely amazing in just about everything she does, we’re hard-pressed to imagine anyone answering this question with a “no.”
With this in mind, we’re pleased to present some news on where you can see the actress next. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the former “Grey’s Anatomy” star is set to recur on the third season of another ABC show in “American Crime,” where she will play the part of a social worker by the name of Abby Tanaka. She works at a shelter, and she does everything that she can in order to help victims of domestic abuse.
We suppose what may have made “American Crime” especially appealing for Oh, other than the brilliant work of show creator John Ridley, is how it structurally allows for so much freedom. It is the TV show that in many ways films like a movie, given that you’ve got a different story every time and these seasons are relatively short. The only thing that we know for sure is that labor rights are going to be key to the story this time, and that filming will take place in North Carolina. There is no firm premiere date just yet, but all signs point to at some point in the winter or the spring of next year. Given that Regina King has received quite a few awards for this show, we figure that ABC will find a way to promote this in a very healthy manner.
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