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As We See It: Cast Panel at Sundance | Prime Video

  • Published on Jan 24, 2022 veröffentlicht
  • Prime Video and Easterseals Disability Services co-present a candid conversation about authentic neurodiverse representation with “As We See It” creator Jason Katims and the cast of the prime video series - including Rick Glassman (“Jack”), Sue Ann Pien (“Violet”), Albert Rutecki (“Harrison”), Sosie Bacon (“Mandy”), and Chris Pang (“Van”).
    The conversation, titled “ ,” is moderated by actor and comedian Ron Funches and will discuss the process of creating a series that authentically portrays the Autism experience. Series stars Glassman, Rutecki, and Pien all identify as living on the autism spectrum. Easterseals was among the groundbreaking organizations that provided consultative support on the series.
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    About As We See It: Finding love, making friends, getting a job, adulting. Watch as three roommates on the autism spectrum navigate their early 20s with all its joy, tears and laughter. From the Emmy award winning Jason Katims (Parenthood, Friday Night Lights) comes the new series As We See It, launching January 21st, only on Prime Video.
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Comments • 30

  • Igor Amirú Cordeiro
    Igor Amirú Cordeiro 3 months ago +10

    I'm autistic, and I loved the show, I want more seasons! It was so good to have real autistic people playing autistic characters, made such a difference for me, I could feel how authentic it is, how sincere.
    But anyways, great show, well written, great characters, loved the actors! I want moreeee! Hopping that if we get another season I can see more autistic people portrayed by autistic actors. Also the connection with the crew, they feel like good friends and feel like they enjoyed their jobs, and their so funny !

  • Ann Monick
    Ann Monick 3 months ago +9

    Brilliant show! I watched the whole thing.

  • Jane Smith
    Jane Smith 3 months ago +2

    I'm wondering why it took Amazon so long to pick this show up. Didn't they know it was gold? I wish there were more episodes in a season than 9. I can't wait for the next one to drop. These actors and crew are just wonderful.

  • Ryan Johnson
    Ryan Johnson 3 months ago +7

    Could not love this more. And yes, Ron you were the perfect moderator.

    LPRECIADO94 4 months ago +10

    I cant watch this series without crying. Jack is totally my 26 year old son. Love this series.

    TRAGZ 3 months ago +2

    By far the best show on Amazon Prime.

  • Igor Amirú Cordeiro
    Igor Amirú Cordeiro 3 months ago

    I loved! I want more seasons!

  • Igor Amirú Cordeiro
    Igor Amirú Cordeiro 3 months ago +1

    I loved the accessibility on this interview!!!

  • One Opinion
    One Opinion 4 months ago +8

    Absolutely incredible show, very touching, very interesting. It’s so heartwarming and tear jerking. Well done, never cancel.

    • Shine tsu Hiko
      Shine tsu Hiko 4 months ago +1

      Nhung is my best friend and she will always be

  • Nic Novicki
    Nic Novicki 3 months ago +1

    I was honored to do the intro and this show is so amazing!!!

  • Kay
    Kay 4 months ago +7

    Albert's perspective about being an unemployed college graduate before the show speaks to a lot of adult autistic experience. Not a joke, and maybe calling it a "zinger" is a way to make it land more gently, but employment is a huge struggle for autistic adults. Let us not gloss this issue over. It's uncomfortable, but needs to be faced head-on before we can make any meaningful progress.
    Jason makes the important and infuriating point that the autistic people on set were great at their jobs, not just good. I hope more of us get that kind of chance.

    • Kay
      Kay 4 months ago +3

      The most meaningful and honest exchange I have ever had about employment with someone in a position to help me went as follows:
      Me: "Sometimes I feel like the world just doesn't know what to do with autistic adults."
      My Vocational Rehabilitation counselor: "Yeah."
      Maybe that's a depressing bit of conversation, but it's also honest.

  • jeffintime
    jeffintime 3 months ago

    Yes, yes, yes, keep it up. Love the show!!! Thank you

  • Chris L
    Chris L 4 months ago +5

    I fell in love with the show. The dynamic between work and family is very important for people with disabilities to be represented. Thank you to everyone who helped make this show.

  • Mahnoor Khan
    Mahnoor Khan 3 months ago +4

    Such a good show. I'm slowly progressing through the first few episodes of season one and it is sooooo good and I cannot stress how good of a job they did! :) looking forward to more seasons! Prime just keeps getting better !

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    Can't wait for Season 2!

  • TexasProud
    TexasProud 3 months ago +1

    I watched the entire 1st season in 2 days and loved every moment of it. Wonderful wonderful show.

  • Cecelia Dunn
    Cecelia Dunn 3 months ago +4

    Please tell me there will be a season 2.

  • Tara walker grove
    Tara walker grove 4 months ago +4

    As a TYSO goblin/bopper, this is the best show of 2022, 23, 24.....let me interject you, and say THANK YOU !!

  • AdventureFour
    AdventureFour 4 months ago +2

    This show was so amazing!

  • Adriann Stone
    Adriann Stone 3 months ago +2

    I binged watched this show over 2 weekends and I’ve been on an emotional roller coaster. This show is phenomenal and everyone needs to watch it! The characters are so endearing and are more “normal” than most people I know. These stories are beautifully told and living their experience has been been a blessing to me. Please keep this type of content coming.

  • Evan M
    Evan M 3 months ago +3

    I was just diagnosed last year and am the same age as Ron Glassman. I wanted to hate this show because most shows about autism are either about kids or some Spock-like character who is a genius. It’s exhausting. It doesn’t make me feel represented at all. And even though I wish the actors didn’t have to play characters who are much lower functioning them themselves (although to me “function” is kind of a dirty word; we all have our individual struggles and challenges and to deem it low or high functioning kind of cheapens that to me… we are autistic individuals), I’m glad that the show is above all a u t h e n t i c. I cried during every single episode. It hits very close to home. Also my comment is the 22nd comment and 2, 22, 222 are numbers I obsess about and see everywhere all the time practically every day.

    INVAZOR33 3 months ago

    Great show

  • Mackenzie Onyx
    Mackenzie Onyx 3 months ago

    oh..mygod ..lol.. yall..i was watching the H3pod's Steamy's right😅😅 and i, uh..was waiting to hear how homie at the start of this had created n profitted off an acting agency of sorts n maybe pocketed an amazon sponsorship😅..&i just keep listening..and it took me getting to the wholesome, flyass pink blazered self-titled gummi bear to freakin realize..i must've misclicked while headed down the stairs and uh.. that we are no longer at the Steamy's 😅😅 oops

  • Khalifa Pyramids
    Khalifa Pyramids 3 months ago