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Man of Two Minds
He’s a Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur — and a TV star who consistently rocks the Fox ratings. By turns charming and insulting, Gordon Ramsay is astoundingly successful in dual careers. By Jenny Hontz • Photographs by Scott Council
The Secret of His Excess
He reveled in a spotlight that brought him wealth and fame but chose never to reveal the details of his personal life. Now the lavish world of Liberace comes sparkling to life in HBO’s Behind the Candelabra. By Libby Slate
Chief of Hearts
She plays with heart — and captures hearts — whenever she’s on screen. It’s no wonder that the creator of ABC’s Nashville said that Connie Britton was her only choice to play a country-music star. And that was before she even knew Britton could sing. By Mike Flaherty
Ladies of the Lake
Twenty years after director Jane Campion guided Holly Hunter to an Oscar in The Piano, they’ve reunited in the Sundance Channel’s sprawling and spooky miniseries, Top of the Lake, joined by Mad Men’s equally indomitable Elisabeth Moss. By Mark Morrison
The Many Faces of Mel
No one knows how to make audiences laugh quite like Mel Brooks. But this jester isn’t in it just for the jokes — he also makes us think about why we’re laughing. By Eric Noland
The Men Behind the Thrones
As great powers clash and dragons spread their wings, it’s game on for season three of HBO’s Game of Thrones. The series creators pull back the curtain on a complicated production that juggles more characters on more continents than any other weekly show. By Lisa Rosen • Photographs by Brian Winckler
Actress and recording superstar Reba McEntire — once a small-town Oklahoma girl — has not forgotten her roots. Which is why her favorite song is “Fancy,” a rags-to-riches story. On her newest TV project, Malibu Country, she’s fancying the belly laughs of a good old-fashioned culture clash. By John Griffiths
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