Emmy Magazine Features
Seth Meyers credits pal Tina Fey for this lesson learned: more women on a show means more talent. (Cue the eye roll from the women on his writing staff.)
With its never-before-seen images — shot over two years around the world — a BBC America docuseries is enthralling viewers and, perhaps, changing minds.
Like the rhythm and horn players in a jumpin’ jazz band, A-list artists came together for The Eddy, the new Netflix series set in a Paris club. Its prominent producers (including La La Land’s Damien Chazelle) and performers (André Holland and Amandla Stenberg lead the cast) bring to life a city on the edge, where an expat and his pals find refuge in the music they love.
Hollywood history is alive and well at Turner Classic Movies, whose five hosts — each a film expert extraordinaire — shine as brightly in the film firmament as the stars of the silver screen.
Cate Blanchett leads a stellar cast in Mrs. America, a look back at the feminist leaders of the ‘70s, their political foes and the fight over the Equal Rights Amendment.