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The world agrees: there was — and will be — only one Pablo Picasso. And for the team behind season two of Nat Geo’s Genius, there was only one actor to portray him in his fertile, later years: Antonio Banderas.
Iain Armitage never sought an acting career, but — like the perfect hand — it found him.
"Use your voice - what you have at your disposal to tell your story!" is Wilson Cruz's motto as he breaks new ground in the Star Trek universe.
With his new Showtime series, a novelist turns his wicked wit to TV.
For a determined director, telling the story of the Grateful Dead was a singular rock odyssey.
From day player to series regular, Selenis Leyva speaks her mind.
An opportunity to work with two powerful women and a killer script piqued Dawn-Lyen Gardner's interest.
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.
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