Getting To The Heart Of ‘Little America: Season 2’ With Siân Heder

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Getting To The Heart Of ‘Little America: Season 2’ With Siân Heder
There are so many fantastic stories out there in the universe….you’ve just got to go find them.

On this episode we are once again diving into the gold that is provided us by the Apple TV+ streaming service as Little America Season 2 is now available for all to enjoy.  We had the pleasure of sitting down with showrunner; Siân Heder.

Hailing from executive producers Emmy nominee Lee Eisenberg, Academy Award nominees Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, Academy Award winner Siân Heder, Emmy Award winner Alan Yang and Epic Magazine, the second season of the series will explore eight incredible stories inspired by real people from around the world, including a Belizian woman (Stacy Rose) who works for a Hasidic family in New York, a Korean man (Ki Hong Lee) who makes hats for the Black church community in 1980s Detroit, and the story of a 40-something Japanese woman in Columbus, Ohio (Shiori Ideta)  whose dream is to assemble an all-women’s baseball league to fulfill her lifelong passion for the sport.

The first episode of the second season “Mr. Song” is directed by Deepa Mehta. The script was written by Siân Heder and Alan Yang and stars Phylicia Rashad and Alan S. Kim (“Minari”).

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Siân to talk about the unique nature of the show and so very much more….

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