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American Greed

In Dopesick, Danny Strong lays bare a national crisis.

By Graham Flashner

Fresh faces and places can’t contain the killer instinct of the new Dexter.

American Rust — starring Jeff Daniels and Maura Tierney — reveals troubled lives among those who stayed behind.

In a new series, Chucky proves again that he’s not to be toyed with.

Despite having no interest in acting, a son is determined to do right in playing his father.

A new 4400 — in which the time travelers are Black — is helping answer the demand for Black voices in sci-fi.

In one risky play, reporter Mina Kimes moved from print to broadcast and from finance to sports. Now she’s impressing on ESPN’s NFL Live.

When a show about second chances went for unexpected choices, an actor known for his football roles found himself dancing ballet.

Intimidated by Tom Hanks? Not Ashley Zukerman!

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

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.

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