Emmy Magazine Features
It’s a wrap for Channing Dungey’s first full development of slate at ABC, where Roseanne shot to number one, thanks in part to its bipartisan approach. But Dungey wasted no time announcing the show’s cancellation May 29, after star Roseanne Barr published a racist tweet. Inclusion remains an imperative at the network, where Dungey herself broke barriers as an African-American executive.
With two very different series on NBC — the reality competition World of Dance and the cop drama Shades of Blue — Jennifer Lopez is bolstering her rep as a powerhouse performer-producer.
While police face increased scrutiny over training and practices, departments are hoping to get booked for Live PD. The A&E show — which sends live feeds from the streets to the studio — lets viewers witness police work firsthand.
The cross-country murder spree of Andrew Cunanan — leading to the 1997 killing of designer Gianni Versace — is "a very American story," says Ryan Murphy, executive producer–director of the FX anthology series that brought the real-life tale to television.
Whirlwind production — on two continents — for Amazon’s Philip K. Dick anthology series was challenging, but worth it
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