Sneak a peek into DEGANZ member Roseanne Liang‘s upcoming projects.
The Season 2 trailer of TVNZ’s dystopian dramedy Creamerie is available online now. Set eight years after a deadly virus seemingly brings on the extinction of the entire male population, the show follows three dairy farmers when they stumble across a male survivor, Bobby. Immediately following the first season’s cliffhanger, this season will follow trio Alex, Jamie, and Pip, accompanied by Bobby, on their journey to take the Wellness cult leader down and reveal the truth about the ‘mandemic’.
The first season, which premiered in 2021, quickly became a beloved and critically-acclaimed series and was picked up by the streaming service Hulu. Season 2 will come out on TVNZ+ on 14 July before releasing on Hulu and SBS Viceland on 28 August. Roseanne created the show along with JJ Fong (Jamie), Perlina Lau (Pip), and Ally Xue (Alex) and is the show’s sole director.
Meanwhile, Netflix released the first teaser trailer and first look stills of the highly anticipated live-action adaption of Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender. The teaser features familiar imagery from the original cartoon, with the four nations’ emblems carved from their respective terrains and elements. It also confirms for the first time that the series will debut in 2024. The character sneak peeks reveal the real-life reimaginings of the iconic characters Aang, Katara, Sokka, and Zuko.
Roseanne directed episodes five and six and was a co-executive producer on the series pilot.
Keep your eyes peeled for Roseanne’s work as it hits your TV and laptop screens!