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On the Set of ‘Genius: Aretha’: How the Anthology Series Brings the Queen of Soul’s Musical Artistry to Screen

“We serve the queen. We don’t serve ourselves,” showrunner Suzan-Lori Parks told The Hollywood Reporter during a January 2020 visit to the Genius: Aretha set in metro Atlanta. But just two months later, production would come to a standstill because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Before shooting resumed in September 2020 to complete the remaining three […]

Emmys: How the Limited Series Nominees Tackled Scandal and Dark Subject Matter

The five Emmy-nominated limited series focused on tales of truth and consequences from across the globe, explored a unique artistic partnership and told a twisted tale about harm and healing.

Ava DuVernay Reveals How the Exonerated Five Reacted to Emmy Noms: “History Has Been Rewritten”

Ava DuVernay's four-part series chronicles the wrongful convictions of the men and the dire repercussions for their future and their families.

From Olympian to ‘Kidding’ Actress: Tara Lipinski on Landing “Surreal” Multi-Episode Guest Arc

Olympian Tara Lipinski talks landing a guest starring role on Showtime's 'Kidding' starring Jim Carrey.

‘America to Me’ Director on Tackling Racial Inequality in American Schools

'Hope Dreams' Helmer Steve James talks diving back into the hopes and realities of the Chicago school system, this time following students in docuseries 'America to Me' set in Oak Park, Illinois.

‘Minding the Gap’ Director Looks to Chicago Prison and Millennial Relationships for Next Projects

Bing Liu spent 12 years exploring the lives of his skateboarding brethren, along with his own trauma, for his Oscar-nominated documentary 'Minding the Gap.'

‘Minding the Gap’ Director on Tackling Domestic Violence: “It’s Such a Hurdle to Validate Abuse”

'Minding the Gap' director Bing Liu delved into the skateboarding scene — and raised some taboo topics among its participants — for his acclaimed documentary feature.

How Letitia Wright Leaped From ‘Black Panther’ Breakout Star to ‘Black Mirror’ Emmy Nom

Letitia Wright opens up about how she prepared for the role on the Netflix anthology series, her hopes for her 'Black Panther' character, Shuri, and the power of saying no.