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 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.
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.
Under the Cover with Milo Ventimiglia
Milo Ventimiglia talks about his new ABC show The Company You Keep where he plays a con artist who fall in love with a CIA agent.
Under the Cover with Kumail Nanjiani
Kumail Nanjiani talks about playing against type in Hulu's true crime limited series Welcome to Chippendales.
Under the Cover with Christine Baranski
Christine Baranski talks about the final season of The Good Fight and the joy she's had playing bold, sophisticated women never before seen on television.
Under the Cover with The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The cast of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power discuss being a part of the legendary franchise and the importance of the fantasy genre in television and its ability to transport, comfort, and connect audiences.
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.