Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies is a new prequel TV adaptation of the classic teen musical film that arrives on Paramount+ on April 6. It will feature a cast of new faces, including Marisa Davila (Holidate), Cheyenne Isabel Wells (The Late Late Show with James Corden), Ari Notartomaso (Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin), and Tricia Fukuhara. Filmy Zilla is One Of Movie Update And News Site.
Jane (Marisa Davila)
After Jane (Marisa Davila) gets slut shamed, she decides to form a gang with fellow misfits Olivia (Cheyenne Wells) and Cynthia (Ari Notartomaso) and become the founding mothers of the Pink Ladies. Their motto is to act cool, look cool, and be cool so that nobody will make them feel bad again!
Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies, a prequel series to the classic movie musical and stage show, hits Paramount Plus this spring. The series, set in 1954 four years before the events of the original film, will tell the origin story of one of Rydell High’s most notorious gangs.
Created by Annabel Oakes, the show will feature new original songs written and produced by Grammy-nominated songwriter Justin Tranter. Marty Bowen, Adam Fishbach, Erik Feig and Samie Kim Falvey will also executive produce. Alethea Jones will direct the pilot and two more episodes, with Jamal Sims arranging choreography. This musical prequel will be available to Paramount Plus subscribers starting April 6. Watch the teaser trailer below!
Olivia (Cheyenne Wells)
Fans of the 1978 Grease movie will get a chance to see what’s behind the “original girl gang,” the T-Birds, when Paramount+ releases Rise of the Pink Ladies this spring. The musical prequel follows four fed-up outcasts in 1954 who challenge the status quo and spark a moral panic that changes Rydell High forever.
The new show stars Marisa Davila, Cheyenne Isabel Wells, Ari Notartomaso and Tricia Fukuhara. Each of the actresses previously starred in a variety of TV shows, including Atypical and I Am Not Okay With This.
The series is written and executive produced by Annabel Oakes, who also serves as showrunner. Marty Bowen and Adam Fishbach will also executive produce for Temple Hill, while Alethea Jones will direct the pilot plus two more episodes.
Cynthia (Ari Notartomaso)
A little over four years after the events of Grease, a prequel series is being released on Paramount+ that’s designed to be an origin story for the Pink Ladies. It’s set in the 1950s and follows four fed-up outcasts who dare to have fun on their own terms, sparking a moral panic that will change Rydell High forever.
The new series, which was announced in January 2022, stars Marisa Davila (Holidate), Cheyenne Isabel Wells (My Big Fat Blonde Musical), Ari Notartomaso (Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin), and Tricia Fukuhara (Queen Pins). It also stars Shanel Bailey as Hazel, Madison Thompson as Susan, Johnathan Nieves as Richie, Jason Schmidt as Buddy, Maxwell Whittington-Cooper as Wally and Jackie Hoffman as Asst. Principal McGee
The show is written by Atypical’s Annabel Oakes, who serves as the series’ showrunner and director. She’s joined by Alethea Jones as the show’s director and executive producer, Jamal Sims as the choreographer, and Justin Tranter, a Grammy-nominated musician and music executive, as an executive music producer.
Nancy (Tricia Fukuhara)
The Pink Ladies are back in Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies, a 10-episode musical series created by Annabel Oakes and premiering on Paramount+ on April 6. This prequel to the 1978 film will focus on the founding members of Rydell High’s “Pink Ladies” girl gang and their relationships with a variety of other characters.
The series will explore issues such as sexism, racism and how the labels of good and bad girls can be harmful to women and their relationships with each other. The series will also feature a variety of musical numbers, including 30 new songs debuting throughout the season.
The show stars Marisa Davila as Jane, Cheyenne Isabel Wells as Olivia, Ari Notartomaso as Cynthia and Tricia Fukuhara as Nancy. They will be joined by Shanel Bailey as Hazel, Madison Thompson as Susan and Johnathan Nieves as Richie. The cast will also include Jason Schmidt as Buddy, Maxwell Whittington-Cooper as Wally and Jackie Hoffman as Asst. Principal McGee.