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As Elizabeth II in Netflix’s The Crown, Claire Foy brings warmth and vulnerability to a role that could easily seem cold.
The last time brothers Dick and Jerry Van Dyke shared a stage, Dick was starring as that beloved comedy writer Rob Petrie and Jerry was guesting as his brother-in-law, Stacey. Some 50 years later, the sibs met on the set of Jerry's comedy, The Middle.
Music man Craig Marks scores with his compositions for Food Network shows — and with his passion for rescuing horses. He talks about the cold call that launched his career and, among other things, how an old, squealing dishwasher became music to his ears.
Watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt's blissful rave about the Emmy he and his team at Hitrecord On TV won. The nod was among several huge announcements made at the Interactive Media nominee reception.
In his TV series debut, a noted playwright conjures a culture clash of 43 A.D.
For the NatGeo “megadoc” One Strange Rock, a producing duo goes to new heights.
The adventures he experiences in Netflix’s Jessica Jones are nothing compared to Eka Darville’s real life.
Battling depression after a harrowing accident, Tracy Morgan took a doctor’s advice and went looking for laughs. He found them in Key & Peele, the show that he says “saved my life.” Now, with Jordan Peele, Morgan is back in funny business with the new TBS comedy The Last O.G.
In a lively panel discussion, television creators and teen advocates tackled sex, teens, and TV.
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