Emmy Magazine Features

Riely Keough

To recreate L.A.'s 1970s rock scene, the artists behind the Prime Video limited series immersed themselves in the lore of Sunset Boulevard clubs and legendary Laurel Canyon.


What happens when the emotional healer is the one who needs help? Jason Segel plays a therapist on the verge in the Apple TV+ series.


The creative team behind a worldwide phenom winds down their flagship series - while prepping a prequel and more spinoffs - even as the literary source material continues to evolve.

Welcome to Wrexham

With their docuseries Welcome to Wrexham, Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds are reviving a Welsh team and a town while helping soccer's popularity spread to this side of the Atlantic. 


It's not often two actors play the same character. But in Showtime's dual-timeline drama Yellowjackets, twelve actresses share six characters, finding common ground in disaster and its aftermath.

The Bear

As The Bear prepares to serve its second season, the kitchen crew share their recipe for a breakout hit.

Anthony Bourdain

An excerpt from Down and Out in Paradise: The Life of Anthony Bourdain by Charles Leerhsen; a groundbreaking, candid, well-sourced — but definitely unauthorized — biography of the celebrity chef and TV star Anthony Bourdain.

Dead City

Walkers that never die overrun the city that never sleeps in The Walking Dead: Dead City, a new expansion of the hit AMC franchise starring Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

Kenan Thompson

As he wraps his twentieth season on Saturday Night Live, Kenan Thompson has a lot to look back on — and to look forward to — including putting smiles on more people's faces and lots more walks home with his girls.

Rose McIver

Based on a popular British series, supernatural comedy Ghosts has become a bone fide hit for CBS. Behind the ectoplasm is an ensemble cast that has as much love for one another as audenices have for their (mostly) incorporeal characters.

A baby on the way was thrilling news for Kaley Cuoco. Then producers agreed to write her pregnancy into Based on a True Story, her new Peacock thriller.


The devil is in the details for these three craftspeople who bring Wednesday's world to life.

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