Continuing the legacy of the 1978 film Grease, and the 1971 musical it was based on, comes the new Paramount+ musical dramedy Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies, a prequel series set in 1954 which focuses on the misfit students at Rydell High who create the iconic Pink Ladies clique. In this episode of Multicultural TV Talk, triple-threat Alexis Sides talks with us about his early love of acting that began when he was growing up in Mexico, what it felt like working with such a diverse cast in a typically white-centered time period, and how he is similar and differs from his character Pedro, aka Potato.
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