They hope parading the bus through major cities will unleash a silent majority that they believe is frustrated by shifting norms about gender and families.
It's from Bryan Fuller () are the men behind the show.
So far, it'll air Wednesdays at 8pm on ABC and I believe CTV.
Jamie and Hok dance hip-hop to Eve's "Tambourine", Anya and Danny dance jive to Avril Lavigne's "Girlfriend", Lacey and Kameron dance contemporary to Elisa's "Dancing", Sabra and Dominic dance disco to Donna Summer and Westlife's "No More Tears (Enough is Enough)", Ashlee and Ricky dance the Argentine tango, Sara and Jesus dance pop-jazz to "Caberet Hoover" from "The Triplets of Bellville", Jessi and Pasha dance the waltz to Norah Jone's "Come Away with Me", Faina and Cedric dance hip-hop to Lloyd's Get it Shawty", Lauren and Gottleib dance the salsa and Shana and Jimmy dance Broadway style to "Ease on Down the Road" from "The Wiz".
but the idea that we are only, to the minds of other countries, still just a bunch of caregivers, nurses, domestic helpers and entertainers, call center agents (with all the dollars we rake in, still no respect from some of our countrymen - we'll have really major issues when we get old listening to all those stressful concerns) and not as people interesting enough to be highlighted in film.i mean, the only time we get noticed overseas for our film industry is when we make movies about bad this country is: poverty, corruption, prostitution, hypocrisy - sure, these are harsh realities that every Filipino has to deal with, but then so does every individual of every third world country.
why don't we show them our indie filmmakers, writers, bands? but despite all those Filipino actors who got to Hollywood, they can't make one movie that gets it right.