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Autism spectrum illnesses are still poorly represented in Hollywood films and television shows. It looks like the new television series dubbed “As We See It” is on the right path. A look at what we know so far about the program, which includes its Emmy-winning creator, seasoned director, and promising cast members.

As We See It Release Date

According to the official release plan, “As We See It” will be released on January 21, 2022, in more than 240 nations and territories around the world. As a way to cater to our society’s tendency for binge-watching new shows while on the go, all eight episodes of the series will be available for viewing at the same time.

In 2022, the show will only be available on Amazon Prime Video; thus far, this and “Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” are the only original shows that we know of that will be available on the streaming site. Amazon Prime Video will be the only place to see the show.

Synopsis: As We See It is a film about three autistic housemates in their twenties who are trying to find work, make new friends, fall in love, and learn how to live in a new world. These roommates overcome hurdles and celebrate triumphs on their separate paths to independence and acceptance with the help of their families, an aide, and, on occasion, even one another.as we see it

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Synopsis: As We See It is a film about three autistic housemates in their twenties who are trying to find work, make new friends, fall in love, and learn how to live in a new world. These roommates overcome hurdles and celebrate triumphs on their separate paths to independence and acceptance with the help of their families, an aide, and, on occasion, even one another.

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As We See It  Expectations

Before its December 2nd airing, HBO Max has debuted the official trailer for the adult stop-motion comedy “Santa Inc.” To be the first female Santa in the series’ storied history, Candy Smalls, an intrepid elf, is ready to put in the work. Additionally, the cast includes Nicholas Braun and Maria Bamford, as well as Seth Rogen and Leslie Grossman as well as Gabourey Sidibe, and Craig Robinson.

Alexandra Rushfield, Amy Zvi, and Sarah Silverman act as co-executive producers, along with Rogen and Evan Goldberg of Point Grey Pictures and Rosa Tran and Seth Green of Point Grey Pictures, respectively. The film was directed by Harry Chaskin. The trailer is available after the jump.as we see it

As We See It Cast

The showrunner of “Friday Night Lights,” Jason Katims, will also serve on “As We See It,” which is based on a novel about a small-town football team. He is also the creator and showrunner of “Parenthood,” a very popular and beloved television series.

Udi Segal (who previously produced an Israeli version of this show) will serve as an executive producer alongside Jeni Mulein, Danna Stern, Dana Idisis, and Yuval Shafferman (who previously developed an Israeli version of this show). “Our Idiot Brother” director Jesse Peretz, who previously worked on “New Girl,” “The Office,” “Girls,” and “GLOW,” directed and executive produced the first episode of the new show.

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A major character is Violet, Jack’s roommate, played by Sue Ann Pien. Albert Rutecki portrays Harrison, while Rick Glassman takes on the role of Jack. This group of people is known as the autistic spectrum, and all of them have stated that they are on this spectrum. One of Sosie Bacon’s leading roles is Chris Pan’s supporting character; the film is directed by Joe Mantegna, who also plays a supporting role in the film.