Emmy Magazine - In The Mix

By embracing his inner outsider, überproducer Ryan Murphy reinvented the miniseries and set primetime on a new path.

To tell a story of global crime — and the blurring of the underworld and overworld — the makers of McMafia hired a multinational cast and shot in 12 countries.

Finding triple triplets for NBC’s This Is Us was much more than a search for look-alikes.

Jamie Babbit has risen through the industry ranks to become a director dedicated to helping the next generation.

Meredith Eaton will get your attention - on her own terms.

Be it dragons or the dramatic stage, director Matt Shakman likes shaking things up.

On an Amazon hit, Alex Borstein finds herself in Marvelous company.

Playing an angel of mercy is Caroline Dhavernas’ “dream role.”

America had never seen anything like Dallas. It captured viewers with its tales of wealthy schemers and sparked a new genre, the primetime soap.

Niecy Nash, now starring in TNT’s Claws, keeps surprising people with her acting range. But she always knew she’d be a star. To those who ask, “Where did she come from?” she quips, “I’ve been here!”

A lead in an AMC series seemed out of reach — but with her personal approach, Joy Nash knocked out the competition.

Ana de la Reguera is finding her place in American television.