Emmy Magazine - In The Mix

Penn Badgley wonders why his stalker character in You is so popular.

A documentarian makes the case for a much-maligned wife and casualty of 24/7 news.

An end-of-life pact leads writer Neil Gaiman on a four-year odyssey, bringing Good Omens — a pitch-black comedy about the End Times — to television.

For Isa Dick Hackett, adapting her father’s futuristic vision to television is a labor of love.

David Hemingson dumped a law career to work in television, with his mother’s full support.

An actress’s long alliance alights on the Creek.

Taking a show on the road can be crazy. But sometimes it leads you home.

With a Harry Potter–inspired web series, a determined creator makes her mark.

Opening doors to animation for women and non-binary artists of color

NBA analyst Doris Burke reflects on a career of firsts.

Silas Howard wants people to see the human in us all

An extended career path led Giao-Chau Ly to exactly where she wants to be.