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Now Streaming: “Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies” on Paramount+ (4/6/2023)

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Well hello again my Greasers, its time to take a zip back into the fabulous fifties to Rydell High and learn the origins of the Pink Ladies as the original series “Grease: Rise Of The Pink Ladies” is made available for streaming today on the Paramount+ service. For those in the unaware, please know that I recently touched upon this topic in a post that you can find by clicking HERE. As a reminder I’ve also repeated the premise, casting and artwork. Take a look.

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The Premise: The series takes place in 1954, four years before the events of Grease, and follows four fed-up and misfit students who band together to bring out the moral panic that will change Rydell High forever and become the founding mothers of the first female high school clique, known as the “Pink Ladies”.

The Cast and Characters:
Marisa Davila as Jane Facciano
Cheyenne Isabel Wells as Olivia Valdovinos
Ari Notartomaso as Cynthia Znudowski
Tricia Fukuhara as Nancy Nakagawa
Shanel Bailey as Hazel Robertson
Madison Thompson as Susan St. Clair
Johnathan Nieves as Richie Valdovinos
Jason Schmidt as Buddy Aldridge
Maxwell Whittington-Cooper as Wally Winslow
Jackie Hoffman as Asst. Principal McGee
Chris McNally as Mr. Leonard Daniels
Charlotte Kavanagh as Rosemary Zinone
Josette Halpert as Dorothy “Dot”
Nicholas McDonough as Gil Rizzo
Maximo Weber Salas as Edward
Alexis Sides as Pedrito
Niamh Wilson as Lydia
Madison Elizabeth Lagares as Fran ‘Frenchy’ Facciano
Emma Shannon as Betty Rizzo
Victor Lau as Floyd

Piercing Ken Thoughts: As you might expect, my stand on this one has not changed since showcasing the full trailer and that’s not based on lack of interest but more so the matter of time and the fact that I am NOT currently a subscriber to the Paramount+ network. While I’ve pointed out my thinking this looks like a lot of fun, I have so many other things to watch for the PiercingMetal website but let’s see what happens when I reup the Paramount stuff to catch all the “Star Trek” programs I am behind on. What about you out there in the readership? Is this show something you will be tuning in for on the streaming service? Maybe if its popular enough they will do a “Rise Of The T-Birds” which I think I might like just a little bit more. Chime in down below in the comments section and I will see you next time. Stay safe out there.

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