Photo Credit: Samantha Falco (Indy Saluja, Connie Wang, Sarena Parmar, Fuad Ahmed)

Season 2
That Cheeky Multi-award-winning Web Series 
about Productions Chasing Diversity Quotas
Goes Worldwide
January 10, 2023, on The Roku Channel 

Creator Winnifred Jong and Producer Trinni Franke of A Token Entertainment Company have announced the January 10, 2023 worldwide launch of Season 2 of TOKENS on The Roku Channel, following the November 29th launch on iTunes and AppleTV.
“Tokens uses ballsy bridge-burning satire as a much-needed counterpoint to the seemingly enthusiastic embrace of diversity and inclusion,” says Winnifred Jong.
Season 2, eight 8-min episodes, sees CONNIE WANG (The Boys, Second Jen), and JESSICA GRECO (Tiny Pretty Things, The Hummingbird Project, Antibirth) reprising their CSA-nominated roles. Returning cast includes RYAN ALLEN (Titans, 21 Thunder), SHELLEY THOMPSON (Diggstown, Trailer Park Boys), CHRISTINA SONG (Kim’s Convenience, Schitt’s Creek), RUSSELL YUEN (5000 Years of Heroes, Blood and Water, Make It Pop),  FUAD AHMED (Hello Again, Hudson & Rex), SHARRON MATTHEWS (Frankie Drake Mysteries), AMY MATSIO (Save Me, Running with Violet, Another Wolfcop), SEDINA FIATI (Super Z, Maternal), SAMORA SMALLWOOD (Star Trek: Discovery, The Good Witch), and announcing new cast SARENA PARMAR (Pretty Hard Cases, How to be Indie), INDY SALUJA (TallBoyz, The Umbrella Academy), CINDY SAMPSON (Private Eyes, Rogue) and TARA STRONG (Pretty Hard Cases, Teen Titans Go!, DC Super Hero Girls).
TOKENS garnered 6 awards and 22 nominations including four Canadian Screen Awards took home the prize for BEST DIRECTION, WEB PROGRAM OR SERIES. 

Set in the world of actors cast by productions desperate to hit their diversity quotas, Season 2 of TOKENS pivots from the comedic overuse of On Call Casting, the democratic Uber-ization of diverse representation in Season 1, to a comedy about the hunger-gaming of casting and the need to stay ahead of the trend. Sammie Pang (Connie Wang), in her quest to find a meaningful role, quits On Call Casting and lands a Hollywood agent and, seemingly, the role of a lifetime. She soon realizes being on top isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. Season 2 moves the idea of inclusion in front of the camera to the need for authenticity behind the camera.