Under the Cover with Kit Harington
Under the Cover with House of the Dragon
The cast of HBO's House of the Dragon discuss their new show, which is set hundreds of years before Game of Thrones and is not quite a prequel. Several cast members discuss learning combat and speaking the constructed language High Valyrian.
Under the Cover with Zoe Saldaña
Zoe Saldaña discusses her new Netflix show From Scratch, which she stars in and is an Executive Producer alongside Reese Witherspoon.
Under the Cover with The Old Man
Jeff Bridges talks about The Old Man, a new thriller from FX which is full of suspense. Filming for the show took a long hiatus due to the Covid shutdown and his treatment for lymphoma, but Jeff tells us how great it feels to be back.
Under the Cover with Dark Winds
The cast of AMC Networks latest crime drama Dark Winds talks about the importance of authentically representing Indigeneous peoples on television and what it means to have all-Native writers' room.
Under the Cover with Only Murders in the Building
Steve Martin, Selena Gomez, and Martin Short discuss season two of Only Murders in the Building and reveal why they would be great detectives in real life.
Under the Cover with The Equalizer
Queen Latifah speaks about updating the classic 80s crime drama The Equalizer, where she plays a former CIA agent who is also a mom raising a teenage daughter. Her stunt-heavy performance is so badass that even Dolly Parton wrote her a fan letter.
Under the Cover with Russian Doll
Natasha Lyonne talks about writing, directing, executive producing and starring in season two of Netflix's Russian Doll.
Under the Cover with WeCrashed
Stars Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto discuss playing complex characters and working together on their new Apple TV+ limited series, WeCrashed.
Under the Cover with Bel-Air
The cast of Bel-Air describe their modern adaptation of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as a drama and the similarities and differences with the iconic original show.
Television Academy Throwback: Late Show with David Letterman
Today, February 1, marks the 40th anniversary of The Late Show, originally hosted by David Letterman. Check out his acceptance speech from 1994 for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series.