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Emmy Magazine Features

On the heels of eight seasons on Castle — and his too-short, but beloved, time on Firefly — Nathan Fillion arrives in another starring role. As a mid-life police recruit, he leads the new ABC drama The Rookie.

By Margy Rochlin

At KCET, spirits are high as the nation’s largest independent public station reunites with its PBS family — and reinforces its commitment to community, diversity and innovation.

By Craig Tomashoff

The final Sharknado takes a surreal spin through the Middle Ages, among other absurdities.

By Christine Champagne

In the late ‘60s — when sit-ins and love-ins were common forms of political and social expression — along came Laugh-In, making NBC the place to be on Monday nights. On the 50th anniversary of its debut, emmy takes a fond look back (through wire-framed hippie glasses, of course).

By Jane Wollman Rusoff

NBC’s Robert Greenblatt thrives on building — shows, audiences, networks and human connections via the arts.

By Jenny Hontz

Singing great Nat King Cole confronted racism throughout his career, but he left behind an unrivaled musical legacy, including many memorable television appearances.

By Will Friedwald