Emmy Magazine - In The Mix

Since 1984 — when Sony Pictures Television relaunched Jeopardy! with host Alex Trebek — the answer-and-question show has aired more than 7,000 episodes. In a new release, The Jeopardy! Book of Answers, executive producer Harry Friedman and journalist Barry Garron recall the show’s evolution and its greatest champion, Ken Jennings.

A British-born exec — seasoned in U.S. TV — thrives in her transatlantic alliance.

A former BuzzFeed exec and his start-up, Cheddar, look to take a bite out of suddenly vulnerable cable news giants.

Keep reality TV "as live as possible," says a director who's seen it all.

With History’s Project Blue Book, a director follows a family tradition of UFO exploration.

The principals of a beloved series reunite for a new take on family — genetic testing not required.

With a mix of scripted and nonfiction, NatGeo’s Valley of the Boom turns the tech bubble inside out.

With PBS, a gallerist puts artisans in the spotlight.

When they’re not navigating the ‘90s for Fresh Off the Boat, these teen pals tackle time-honored pursuits.

For a series packed with would-be Romanoffs, production designers kept their passports close at hand.

Florence Pugh has a lot of luck - and talent to back it up.

Sir Anthony Hopkins — as the mad monarch — heads a cast flush with acting royalty in Amazon’s new King Lear.