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Dark Passage

Ayelet Zurer's mom is still shocked, but she goes along for the ride.

By Mara Reinstein

With a big bag of skills, director Kari Skogland comes into the Marvel Universe well prepared.

ABC’s new diversity standards will lead toward a realistic reflection of the world, says the executive overseeing the rollout.

To punch up the comedy in her personal story, a creator plays a surprising role.

The underwater shoot for My Octopus Teacher required the utmost sensitivity — and revealed an extraordinary friendship.

An innovator who impressed on Top Chef fires up a different kind of food show.

A new drama from Jed Mercurio evokes darkness on the rugged Irish coast.

With real-life videos, an A&E series proves it pays to keep cool during a crime.

Program scheduling was tough enough pre-Covid. Lucky for CBS, this exec really loves her job.

Lydia West's imagination has taken her far in a short time.

A director who relished Little House as a girl brings its pioneer author to life.

Current issues echo in Dickinson, a playful portrait of an artist ahead of her time.

Comedy is positively what drives Thomas Middleditch.

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