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Delighting in Never Ever Land

Richa Moorjani discovers that sometimes you can play a character too well.

By Christine Champagne

Lou Llobell pulled from her background to play a character in the future.

In a PBS doc, a director explores the lives of young adults whose fathers died on 9/11 — before they were born.

Warner Bros.’ Diana Mogollón leads a mission to bring relevant programming to a multicultural audience.

Luke Hawx brings real-life experience in the ring to the set of a sibling drama.

The Wonder Years returns — though now with Black stories inspired by the Birmingham childhood of the writer who, at first, demurred at remaking the classic.

With its support of indie content creators, kweliTV projects a vast view of Black life.

Signing Queen Latifah is just one achievement of casting exec Claudia Lyon.

In a Hanna-Barbera reunion, it’s now the city life for the picnic basket–loving bear formerly of Jellystone Park.

As Satan in one series and an alien in another, Alan Tudyk tests perspectives of the human experience.

With gratitude to the Disney greats, an art director designs a new generation of Mickey and his pals.

For Olivia Liang and other Asian actors, just auditioning for the new Kung Fu was a reason to rejoice.

On the streets of New York, a filmmaker mines memorable stories while confronting his social anxieties.

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