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With never-before-seen archival footage and new interviews from the likes of Monica Lewinsky, the A&E docuseries The Clinton Affair explores the investigation of a president. And in the light of the #MeToo movement, the ‘90s scandal takes on new tones.

By Ann Farmer

No longer content to take on an episode or two, many top-flight directors are tackling entire television series.

By Neil Turitz

A heart-to-heart about God comes full circle, as a Muslim — Ramy Youssef — and a Christian — Jerrod Carmichael — join forces on Ramy, a comedy that cleaves racial and religious taboos.

By Bob Makela

What could bring Julia Roberts back to television… and persuade Sam Esmail to take on another series? Amazon’s Homecoming, a psychological thriller that explores the manipulation of memory and its moral cost.

By Margy Rochlin

Vida, Tanya Saracho’s tale of class, gender, race and family in L.A.’s Boyle Heights drew critical raves in season one.

By Margy Rochlin

Social issues meet entertainment head-on in the work of Danny Strong, the writer-producer-director behind Fox’s new Proven Innocent as well as five seasons of Empire.

By Jacqueline Cutler

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