Emmy Magazine - In The Mix

How Julie Newmar Became a TV Icon

Television's first Catwoman takes us behind the scenes of her legendary career. 

By Jane Wollman Rusoff
Slow Horses

Costume designer Guy Speranza on making the spy drama's characters look as "British as they can be."

PBS Native America

The filmmaker on why making season two of PBS’s docuseries was personal.

Reservation Dogs

From TV to feature films, the talented artist explains how he instills his music with diverse influences.

fellow travelers

Artisans behind the new limited series explain how intricate wigs and set decor helped bring over four decades of history to life. 

all the light we cannot see

The artists behind Netflix's new limited series reveal how they brought the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel to life. 

Amber Schaefer

The SNL director and filmmaker always understands the assignment. 

siskel ebert

The author of Opposable Thumbs reveals what made the iconic critics tick.

james gandolfini, the sopranos

The late actor has received the ultimate Jersey tribute on the Garden State Parkway.

barmageddon, blake shelton

Hosts Blake Shelton and Carson Daly on what season two has on tap. 

sara tomko, resident alien

The star of Syfy’s hit series reveals what makes life in Hollywood easier.

cooking shows, crime scene kitchen

As food competition shows evolve, they add other TV genres to the mix. 

Found, NBC

NBC's new crime drama explores race's affect on missing persons cases. 

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