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As its forty-somethings reclaim their royal rank in hip-hop, ABC's Queens flips the script on outdated notions about women and the music business. "This industry can make you stop," says Eve, who stars with Brandy, Naturi Naughton and Nadine Velazquez. "I've gone away and come back. But we represent overcoming."

By Malcolm Venable

Almost twenty years before the country’s #MeToo reckoning, news of an affair between a U.S. president and an intern rocked the nation. Now, with Impeachment: American Crime Story unfurled on FX, viewers can reconsider the events that left the women involved reeling from cultural and legal assaults.

Taking over a studio during a pandemic is a job for only the calm and cool-headed. And that’s how colleagues describe Erin Underhill, who became president of Universal Television just before Covid began to surge last winter.

Finally able to enjoy the Emmys in person, nominees, presenters, and winners shared their joy in Robert Ascroft's emmy magazine set.

Small towns across America are feeling the power of We’re Here, the HBO series that aims to change hearts and minds by asking locals to perform in drag.

Leslie Jones is fired up for Supermarket Sweep, where she’s hosting a second season. She “loves giving away money,” says the former SNL fave. “I love the happiness.”

Whether he won or not, Conan O'Brien was determined to have a good time at this year's Emmy awards.

The 73rd Emmy Awards primetime show had glamor, glitz, and a lot of fun.

In the wake of 9/11, the U.S. faced another unexpected terror — this one, delivered by the mail. Now, in a new season of Nat Geo’s The Hot Zone, Daniel Dae Kim delivers as the dogged FBI agent on the trail of the anthrax killer.

Sure, lots of young stars say they want to direct — like Opie of The Andy Griffith Show, who grew into Ron Howard . But there’s much more to it than climbing into the big chair. Re-meet four former child actors who now call the shots.

A local pro keeps productions humming on her island home.

The seaplane is back in service. In the Fox reboot of Fantasy Island, its female showrunners make a gender switch — Roselyn Sanchez stars as Ms. Roarke — while enhancing the show’s Latin lineage with a Puerto Rican locale. But hope is still the big draw, as the island’s visitors seek new lives and viewers come for comfort.

Iconic costumes and colors are part of the mystique of Money Heist.

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