Orange is the New Black | Inside the Emmy Shoot
Under the Cover with Ramón Rodríguez
Ramón Rodríguez discusses how the use of wardrobe and a local dialect helped him create the title character on the new ABC show, Will Trent. He also demonstrates some of his basketball skills, which took him from Nike commercials to his own TV show.
Under the Cover with Rosamund Pike
Rosamund Pike discusses her long relationship with The Wheel of Time, from voicing the audiobooks to now starring and producing the television adaptation on Prime Video, hinting as to what is in store for her character Moiraine this season.
Under the Cover with Rosario Dawson
Rosario Dawson discusses the journey of playing with fake lightsabers as a kid to now yielding the real thing on Disney+'s Ahsoka. As a Star Wars fan herself, she relates the specific responsibilities of playing a beloved character.
Under the Cover with Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan discuss bringing their Walking Dead characters, Maggie and Negan, to New York City in AMC's The Walking Dead: Dead City.
Under the Cover with Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco discusses how art imitates life in her new Peacock series Based on a True Story, in which she plays a pregnant woman obsessed with true crime.
Under the Cover with P-Valley
The cast of P-Valley discuss the joys of playing complex, three-dimensional characters rarely portrayed on television in their drama series centered around a Mississippi strip club.
Under the Cover with Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford
Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford discuss their appreciation of the epic scale of portraying a story set 100 years in the past in their Paramount+ television series 1923.
Under the Cover with Rachel Weisz
Executive producer and lead actress Rachel Weisz brings David Cronenberg's 1980s thriller Dead Ringers to Amazon Prime Video with a twist.
Television Academy Throwback: Uzo Aduba
Uzo Aduba won Oustanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series at the 67th Emmys. In the press room after the show, she spoke on the representation of Black women at the Emmys, including (recent EGOT winner) Viola Davis.
Under the Cover with BEEF
BEEF, a new dark comedy on Netflix is based on a real life road rage incident experienced by Creator and Executive Producer Lee Sung Jin. Listen to him and Stars/Executive Producers Ali Wong and Steven Yeun discuss their close collaboration in bringing genre-bending material to the screen.