Emmy Magazine Features

John Leguizamo

Known for going deep inside his characters, John Leguizamo also revels in living outside himself — and he does that as the troubled but loving dad in Prime Video's The Power. Meanwhile, the actor you can't look away from remains dedicated to projects that put Latinos in the spotlight.

The Day After

By bringing the horrifying reality of a nuclear war's aftermath to the screen in 1983, The Day After changed history. Four decades later, director Nicholas Meyer and others reflect on the enduring legacy of the highest-rated television movie ever.

Iñaki Godoy

With its latest anime adapatation, Netflix hopes to turn the Japanese comic book One Piece into a live-action hit worthy of its record-breaking fandom.

On Will Trent, Ramón Rodríguez leaves stereotypes behind to play a brilliant special agent.

Warner Brothers

As Warner Bros. marks 100 years, its vibrant television history is visible to anyone lucky enough to walk the lot.

Ross Riege

Director of photography Ross Riege talks lenses, lighting and the ever-changing look of murder-mystery-comedy The Afterparty.

Thursday Night Football

After discovering the fountain of youthful viewers on Amazon last season, the biggest audience-driver in all of television — the NFL — looks to take its direct-to-consumer game to the next level. That includes the first-ever exclusive livestream of a pivotal postseason matchup.

Graham Greene

With his role on Reservation Dogs, the celebrated actor adds to an already impressive list of credits.

As Prime's epic fantasy The Wheel of Time returns for a second season, its star reflects on living in Prague, killer karaoke parties and the appeal of disappearing into a role.

The actress and activist, who has championed the rights of marginalized groups for years, feels right at home playing the titular warrior in the new Star Wars series, Ahsoka.

Weird Al

Like the parody songs that made its titular protagonist famous, "Weird Al" Yankovic's biopic is an irreverent mashup of pop-culture tropes, fantasy and fun — with an international star in the title role.

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.

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