Nahnatchka Khan

director

Guest

Television writer and producer; creator and executive producer of Fresh Off the Boat

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In the new Netflix romantic comedy "Always Be My Maybe," Ali Wong and Randall Park play close childhood friends, Sasha and Marcus, who reconnect as adults.

Nahnatchka Khan on 'Always Be My Maybe,' and how much the industry has changed since 'Fresh Off the Boat'

In the new Netflix romantic comedy "Always Be My Maybe," Ali Wong and Randall Park play close childhood friends, Sasha and Marcus, who reconnect as adults.

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ABC's  Fresh Off the Boat , just wrapped up a successful freshman season.

Fresh Off the Boat

ABC's Fresh Off the Boat , just wrapped up a successful freshman season.

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Special guest Nahnatchka Khan joins Michael Schneider and Joe Adalian.

Chatting with 'Fresh Off the Boat' Creator Nahnatchka Khan

Special guest Nahnatchka Khan joins Michael Schneider and Joe Adalian.

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