Sarah Schneider

co-creator of “The Other Two”

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In the comedy series “The Other Two,” Case Walker plays ChaseDreams, a teenage pop star who’s hit it big with songs including “My Brother’s Gay and That’s Okay!”

‘The Other Two’ is back, and the critically beloved celebrity satire is now on HBO Max

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“The Other Two” is coming back after a nearly three-year hiatus. The comedy follows brother and sister Brooke and Carey Dubek, played by Heléne Yorke and Drew Tarver.

‘The Other Two’: Bro and sis go nowhere in their showbiz careers while kid sibling becomes a star

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