For Ryan Eggold, playing real, complex people is a fun challenge.
An in-depth discussion with veteran reporter Judy Woodruff on politics, public service, and presenting the facts.
Inspired by his own childhood, Tim Doyle assures us The Kids Are Alright
With one phone call, Nick Rutherford went from being an SNL writer to being a writer and performer on Adult Swim's Dream Corp. LLC.
With his new Showtime series, a novelist turns his wicked wit to TV.
To depict the vortex of mental illness in an HBO showpiece, David Oyelowo chose to stay in character for the duration of the shoot.
The last time brothers Dick and Jerry Van Dyke shared a stage, Dick was starring as that beloved comedy writer Rob Petrie and Jerry was guesting as his brother-in-law, Stacey. Some 50 years later, the sibs met on the set of Jerry's comedy, The Middle.
Music man Craig Marks scores with his compositions for Food Network shows — and with his passion for rescuing horses. He talks about the cold call that launched his career and, among other things, how an old, squealing dishwasher became music to his ears.
Watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt's blissful rave about the Emmy he and his team at Hitrecord On TV won. The nod was among several huge announcements made at the Interactive Media nominee reception.
Emmy Magazine Features: Keen-eyed and very private star James Spader leads The Blacklist, a huge hit for NBC and Sony Pictures Television buyers in 175 territories around the globe. Full story.
Veteran costume designer Luke Reichle, currently in his fifth season with ABC fan fave Castle, says television's new golden age has sparked lots more risk-tasking with stories and, of course, this is showing up in the clothes.
Emmy-nominated television and film hairstylist Kathleen Leonard talks scripted-versus-live show work, what it takes to make and maintain a career and more in this edition of Spotlight, a Television Academy Member News series.
Multi-hyphenate Robert Rodriguez adds network honcho to his list of careers.
66th Primetime Emmy Awards exec producer Don Mischer, show host Seth Meyers, Television Academy chief Bruce Rosenblum and more discuss the impact of television's swift-moving evolution on the Emmys.
Network president Larry W. Jones talks about what makes his team tick at 90+ million-subscriber-strong TV Land and more.
The powerful writing on TV’s top dramas has led to a glorious era for viewers. Behind those pages lies a carefully sequenced structure that packs a punch in every episode — and a season of suspense.
"New Look - New Vision - New Destination" Campaign To Be Unveiled At 23rd Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Not many actors will always put the project ahead of their role. But Don Cheadle, who stars as stop-at-nothing management guru Marty Kaan in Showtime’s House of Lies, says, “It’s all good” — as long as important stories get told.
Though stunning Kerry Washington leads one of the season’s most successful series, the Scandal star remembers birthdays, says exec producer Shonda Rhimes — and even stops for cupcakes.
Mysteries unfold just south of the North Pole in Fortitude, Pivot TV’s new noir drama.