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Vested in the Under-Over

With hundreds of visual effects, NBC's La Brea unearths an ancient underworld in modern L.A.

By Ramin Zahed

Often a mom on camera, Molly Shannon savors the job at home.

As animation executives, John and Charles Agbaje — at Bad Robot and Netflix, respectively — push for bold, original stories while honoring their family’s values.


Lizz Wolf displayed her superpowers on Jupiter’s Legacy, venturing where costume designers rarely go.

Composing for action dramas comes as naturally to this Brit as for romantic petticoat tales.

With Cherry Flavor, Nick Antosca keeps the horror hits coming.

Isabella Gomez keeps her culture at the forefront as she looks to new roles.

A couple of things about Kelsey Asbille.

As he crosses TV genres for Rutherford Falls, an actor revels in comedy and social commentary.

Josie Totah of Saved by the Bell

Josie Totah is more than a costar of Peacock's reboot of Saved by the Bell. To be true to her character — and to herself — she's a producer, too.

In PBS’s American Veteran, members of the Armed Forces share stories that often go unheard.

Fox, among others, jumps into latest crypto trend.

A producer unwraps an upscale Black enclave — long ensconced on Martha’s Vineyard — in a soapy new series.

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