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Emmy Magazine Features

Late-night talk is thriving, and so is Seth Meyers.  Four years into  his  niche at NBC’s Late Night, Meyers has found his groove, forging laughs — and perhaps catharsis — in partisan times.  

By Bruce Fretts

Before Better Things, Pamela Adlon had never run her own show, though she had logged countless hours on the set. Now audiences, critics and colleagues marvel at her creation.

By Margy Rochlin

With matchless attention to detail, costume  designer Michael Kaplan and executive producer–director Jakob Verbruggen brought the Gilded Age to life for TNT’s The Alienist.

By Michele Shapiro

Lynn Novick mined memories and archives for The Vietnam War, her PBS colossus with Ken Burns.

By Ann Farmer

As Riverdale approaches season three, the cast and principals of the the CW series revel in the success of the Archie Comics reinvention.   

By Bruce Fretts

In Starz’s Counterpart, he plays not one, but two leading roles. and he’s one of a handful of actors to win five major awards — including an Oscar — for a single performance.

By Anne Easton