Roswell, New Mexico’s Carina Adly MacKenzie released a gag reel. The cast of the re-imagining apparently had good times on set.
Shiri Appleby directed “Songs About Texas” and doesn’t appear in the episode, but she still made it in the fun clip. You can hear a man yelling from behind : “Nice try Shiri. You are behind the camera on this one.” Shiri continued to run and replied: “You know what? I can’t help myself.”
You can catch Shiri Appleby at the 0:43 mark!
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As reported earlier, Shiri Appleby is the director of an upcoming episode of ABC’s single-camera sitcom “mixed•ish”.
“What a week it’s been!”, wrote Shiri in her Insta Story. She shared a snapshot taken at the table read. It shows the actresses Tracee Ellis Ross and Arica Himmel and Shiri’s director name plate.
The show is a prequel spin-off of Black-ish and airs on Tuesdays at 9|8c PM.
Watch clips and the latest episodes on www.abc.com/shows/mixed-ish and follow the show on Twitter and Instagram..
In October 2019 it was announced, that Shiri Appleby was cast alongside John Stamos in Disney+’s original series “Big Shot”. The role has now been recast. Now, Jessalyn Gilsig will be taking over the female lead.
The role of Holly, the good-humored and down-to-earth assistant basketball coach, was originally conceived and cast younger and has since evolved to be more of a contemporary to Stamos’ Marvin — and potential love interest for him down the road — leading to the recasting, reports Deadline.
Read more on Deadline: ‘Big Shot’: Jessalyn Gilsig Joins Disney+ Series From David E. Kelley In Recasting
”I absolutely love the complete concentration directing requires. I’m in prep to helm a new episode of Mixedish and I cannot wait to get behind the camera again! 🍒”, wrote Shiri on Instagram along with a behind the scenes photo from UnREAL.
“mixed•ish” is a prequel spin-off of Black-ish and airs on Tuesdays at 9|8c PM on ABC.
The show centers on Rainbow Johnson, who recounts her experience growing up in a mixed-race family in the ’80s, and the dilemmas they face to acclimate in the suburbs while staying true to themselves.