Khadijah VanBrakle’s book, a YA contemporary novel, is notable for tackling underrepresented social issues within Muslim communities.
One of the show’s most significant changes also serves as a cliffhanger for Season 2 — the introduction of the enigmatic Rashid, a character who is seemingly new to the show but has unexpectedly deep ties to the novel.
The show offers a split-screen portrayal of King and X, following the men from their formative years to their rich, parallel stories as they shape their identities and become the change they wish to see in the world.
The three-part docuseries tells the story of the Victoria community’s response and how the mosque was rebuilt, all while providing context about the region’s history of racism and xenophobia.
Kumail Nanjiani Talks the Finality of Miniseries and His Dream Cameo on “The Bear” on Emmys Red Carpet
Nanjiani attended the 2024 Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Monday night for “Welcome to Chippendales,” in which he both produced and starred.
It took until 2016 for a Muslim to be recognized for their work by the Television Academy, 73 years after the Emmys were first awarded.
"Lupin" beat out tough competition to win the award for the best foreign series.
Youssef has been nominated for a DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series for 2023 for directing the fourth episode of Season 2 of “The Bear,” titled “Honeydew.”
Actor Amin El Gamal On Creating Complex Stories and Returning to His Pre-Hollywood Actor Self — FannBoy Friday
"To me it was always like, being Muslim is whatever you want it to be. If that's your background and it's no longer relevant to you or doesn't work for you, that's fine. Or if you're very queer and also very traditionally religious, of course that's fine. Or anything in between."