America Ferrera, known for her role of “Ugly Betty”, went for all last night at the #Emmys. In an interview which People Magazine quoted: “There are so many people who want to be see and represented and TV has always needed to kind of speak to the masses. With the expansion of the many ways we watch television I’m proud to be an actor on TV when TV is getting it right … We have a long way to go.”
— E! News (@enews) September 18, 2016
She won an Emmy in 2007, for her outstanding performance in the comedy on girl who went against every stereotype known in the “system”.
(America Ferrera – 68th Annual Emmy Awards)
She also commented about the new show she is involved in “The Superstore” created by Justin Spitzer. Which goes behind the scenes of the life in an “big american super store”. People Magazine ads: “I love the show because it’s from the point of view of regular working class people. I feel like that perspective, that’s really right for right now,” said Ferrera. “A super-store is the intersection of every part of America. Our cast is so diverse, so talented.
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