Applying the test for conduct in furtherance of First Amendment activities stated in v. DoubleVerify, Inc. (2019) 7 Cal.5th 133, this decision holds that while the production of a TV program about rich Asian-Americans’ adjustment to life in LA was an exercise of constitutionally protected expression, the wrongful conduct alleged in the complaint–denying the plaintiff a role in producing the program and denying her the agreed compensation and credit for the program–did not contribute to the public discussion of the issue of public interest (i.e., adjustment to life in LA) and so the defendants’ Anti-SLAPP motion was properly denied for failure to satisfy the first step of Anti-SLAPP analysis.