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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.
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.
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.
America had never seen anything like Dallas. It captured viewers with its tales of wealthy schemers and sparked a new genre, the primetime soap.
Niecy Nash, now starring in TNT’s Claws, keeps surprising people with her acting range. But she always knew she’d be a star. To those who ask, “Where did she come from?” she quips, “I’ve been here!”
A lead in an AMC series seemed out of reach — but with her personal approach, Joy Nash knocked out the competition.
Ana de la Reguera is finding her place in American television.
In Netflix’s elbow-throwing, butt-kicking, lacquer-haired GLOW — set in the women’s professional wrestling circuit of the 1980s —Alison Brie gets to flex way more than muscle.
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