As stated on the previous post, Yael was featured on the 4th Annual Cause for Entertainment, a event to raise awareness for breast cancer, and joined the screen with a small segment called Cooking with Yael where you can learn how Yael prepares one of her favorite salads.
‘Cooking with Yael’ now available
4th Annual A Cause for Entertainment adds Yael Grobglas
Join us on October 25th for our Virtual Day of Giving and our fundraising livestream. A Cause for Entertainment’s mission is to support and empower individuals and communities affected by breast cancer. Our goal is to raise awareness and funds to support research, education and the individuals and families who are currently facing a breast cancer diagnosis.
Our beneficiary organization, Shay Sharpe’s Pink Wishes, is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization that educates, supports and grants wishes to young women, age 40 and under, who have been diagnosed with terminal breast cancer.
In addition to numerous community collaborations, SSPW, with the help of our donors, also grants Christmas wishes to children of young breast cancer patients, who are going through breast cancer treatment during the Christmas and Thanksgiving holidays.
Yael Grobglas to Star in HBO Max Comedy From Jane the Virgin Boss
Back in May, it was announced that Yael would join a brand new tv series which include some of the crew from Jane The Virgin:
HBO Max is staging a Jane the Virgin reunion, of sorts: Yael Grobglas, who played scene-stealer Petra Solano on the aforementioned CW series, will headline the HBO Max dark comedy Here She Lies, executive-produced by Jane showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman.
The potential series centers around a pathological liar (Grobglas) with a tragic past who’s struggling to free herself from the web of lies she can’t stop weaving while slowly falling in love with someone who’s equally damaged.
Gracie Glassmeyer, who wrote an episode of Jane as well as installments of 9JKL and No Tomorrow, will pen the project, which hails from Urman’s Sutton Street Productions and CBS Television Studios. Glassmeyer also has a Little Mermaid follow-up series, Washed Up, in the works at NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock, which imagines the titular mermaid-turned-human 15 years older and stuck in a loveless marriage.
In addition to her five-year run on Jane the Virgin, Grobglas’ TV credits include roles on Supergirl, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Reign. If Here She Lies is ordered to series, it will mark the actress’ first gig since Jane wrapped in July 2019.