Sonya Walger opens up about her time on “For All Mankind” in the third season and her firing in the final episode of season 3. In this candid interview, Sonya talks about how she felt when leaving the show and what she thinks went wrong. In the third season of For All Mankind, Sonya Walger’s character Molly was written out of most episodes due to a personal matter that would eventually land on ABC Family’s doorstep.
Introduction to the For All Mankind
“For All Mankind” is a documentary film profiling the life of Steve Biko, an important figure in the Black Consciousness Movement during South Africa’s apartheid. This film, directed by George Meehan and Kathy O’Brien and narrated by Ruby Dee, is about how Black Consciousness saw Biko as a political prisoner who was killed for speaking out against white supremacy. It deals with the history of what it meant to be Black in South Africa during apartheid, specifically through interviews with key figures like Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu.
The film addresses the criticisms made towards the Black Consciousness Movement, some of which include accusations of racism due to the prominence of non-African members in its organizations; the film presents these criticisms and discusses the importance of their reconciliation.
Character names in the film For All Mankind
Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:
- Joel Kinnaman as Edward Baldwin
- Sarah Jones as Tracy Stevens
- Shantel VanSanten as Karen Baldwin
- Jeff Hephner as Sam Cleveland
- Sonya Walger as Molly Cobb
- Coral Peña as Aleida Rosales
- Michael Dorman as Gordo Stevens
- Chris Bauer as Deke Slayton
- Mason Thames as Danny Stevens
- Cynthy Wu as Kelly Baldwin
- Wrenn Schmidt as Margo Madison
- Meghan Leather as Pam Horton
The storyline of the All My Friends Hate Me
The premise of the show is that a group of teenage friends is forced to deal with bullies, evil stepmothers, and even high school drama as they go through their senior year in public school. The cast has not been revealed yet, but one can expect it to be filled with popular actors such as Emma Roberts and Lana Del Rey. The show’s main protagonist is a character named Zara Kaspar, who has been best friends with Quinn Davis since high school. Her stepmother and mother are played by Jennifer Stone, who also plays Bree McCade on the hit show Parenthood, while her father is played by Antonio Moya.
The antagonists of the show are the high school bullies, which include Siobhan Blake (played by Caroline Rhea) and Harmony “Harm” Anderson (played by Tori Spelling).
Episode 3: How Ellen’s Presidency Affects All of Us
The Ellen Presidency will be one of the new ideas, change, and learning. Through the show, my talk shows, and the presidency I’ll be able to tell my own story of how America has changed so much throughout my lifetime.
The show will explore our country’s past through comedy and dialogue with some of America’s most interesting personalities. It’ll also explore issues that are close to my heart including marriage equality, animal rights, environmental responsibility, and some humorous social commentary about what makes us laugh as a society right now.
So, what are your thoughts on the For All Mankind?