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Emmys 2022: Drama acting power rankings
"The Crown" has abdicated. What actors are ready to step up in the Emmy drama races?
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How a sense of place and family link generations in 'Pachinko'
Showrunner Soo Hugh and directors Justin Chon and Kogonada find the personal amid the story's sweeping scope
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How 'The Gilded Age' chases the details of 1880s American fashion extravagance
As specialty garment makers become increasingly rare, the production launched a worldwide scramble to find the skills and sources they needed.
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Sissy Spacek taps into the down-to-earth elements of her new sci-fi drama 'Night Sky'
Not generally a sci-fi fan, the actress focused on the part of the story rooted in reality. "The other, I just tried not to mess up."
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Inside those 'Succession' finale moments that made you gasp
Two key scenes in the finale bring the Roy family duplicity home.
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How structural twists infuse these series with emotion, tension and suspense
For shows like 'Only Murders,' 'Russian Doll,' 'Yellowjackets' and others, flashbacks and different points of view keep viewers intently engaged.
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Adam Scott, Kaitlyn Dever and more on that particular torture actors deal with
Six Emmy contenders, including Melanie Lynskey, Jin Ha, Rhea Seehorn and Sebastian Stan, discuss learning from teachers, collaborating with directors and watching themselves in our 2022 Envelope Drama Roundtable.
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'Moon Knight' wraps its character study inside a superhero mystery
Oscar Isaac takes on a scary journey into one man's battle with his mental illness — and monsters and gods and ancient relics.
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Amid an ever-growing body count, two women find themselves in 'Killing Eve'
The cult hit starring Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer ultimately was about women saving themselves … albeit with a body count.
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'This Is Us' cast knows how you'll react to the series ending. They did it too
With the series end, the cast shares memories of the family drama's six seasons and all its ups and downs.
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You're gonna need a bigger net: How the surge in streaming affects casting
The advent of streaming has forever changed the landscape for television's casting directors and the talent they seek
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Why Gary Oldman longed to be on TV — and what happened when he got there
The actor relished the long build of a repeating character. He found it in the spy series "Slow Horses."
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