Emmy Magazine - In The Mix
As EPIX becomes MGM+, producers of some of the new streamer's prominent series couldn't be more pleased.
A filmmaker puts his all into a doc on the singer and social activist.
Series give new life to old songs.
Far from her Australian home, this pup makes herself a name.
When the actress bobbed up on a beach in 1965, in pantaloons and ponytail, a pop-culture bombshell was born. The star of I Dream of Jeannie looks back on her startling Hollywood rise.
An actress from Peacock's Killing It helps deaf Latino youth enter the industry.
The weather-challenged Adele special — shot at an L.A. landmark — leads to an Emmy win for a lighting pro.
Bravo's Below Deck franchise marks a decade of drama on the high seas.
The actress, singer and dancer finds freedom in performing — from a Tony-winning turn in Oklahoma! to her role in the final season of Netflix's Ozark.
A colorful campaign urges the industry to hire and depict members of the country's largest minority.
For the showrunner of the Paramount+ drama Tulsa King — starring Sylvester Stallone as a New York mobster transplanted to Tulsa — character comes through in "little human moments."
In Prime Video's Mammals, a director delves into the absurdities of modern life.