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

Like his adult counterparts, 13 year old John Gluck plays multiple versions of his character in NBC's Ordinary Joe.

Hagai Levi long debated whether to remake a Bergman classic. When he flashed on a role switch, the answer was yes.

Heather Locklear returns to TV for a story that brought her to tears, with an equally moved Meghan McCain.

In Dopesick, Danny Strong lays bare a national crisis.

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.

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