What to Watch on X1 Asian American Film & TV in January

The holidays might be over, but it’s still a celebration on the X1 Asian American Film & TV destination. Start the new year off right by saying “Asian American” into your X1 Voice Remote to watch all your favorite Asian American movies and TV!

 

Winter TV Guide: 5 Must-See Events

  1. The Masked Singer” series premiere starring Ken Jeong on FOX (January 2)
  2. Fresh Off the Boat” premiere starring Randall Park and Constance Wu on CBS (January 4)
  3. God Friended Me” premiere starring Suraj Sharma on CBS (January 6)
  4. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” premiere starring Vincent Rodriguez III on The CW (January 11)
  5. A Million Little Things” premiere starring Grace Park on ABC (January 17)

Brand New Collections

  1. Actor Spotlight: Sandra Oh
    Sandra Oh made Emmy Award history last year with her Best Actress in a Drama nomination. This year, she’ll be hosting the 76th Golden Globes on January 6th. Watch some of the most memorable Sandra Oh films and TV series from her most recent “Killing Eve” to her classic “Under the Tuscan Sun”.
  2. Asian Action: Feeling like you need a little action in your life? Check out this collection of non-stop action films from Asia, including “The Foreigner” and “Battle Royale”.
  3. K-POP the Champagne!: Don’t let the party stop on January 1st. Sing and dance your way into 2019 with K-Pop hits from fan favorites like BTS, Twice, and SHINee.

Keep an Eye Out

Starting January 28th, celebrate Lunar New Year on the Asian American Film & TV destination with special movies, TV, music, free previews, and more!

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Come back each month when you want to know what to watch. Remember, if you’re unsure, just say “Asian American” into your X1 Voice Remote to discover more Asian American content. There’s more entertainment waiting for you!

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