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The Masters

The creators of "Law & Order," "The West Wing" and "Hill Street Blues" look back on their groundbreaking shows.

5 Family Revelations from Kris Jenner’s New Memoir

From Kim's recent marriage to Kris Humphries (who she says made Kim "so happy") and her first husband (Damon Thomas) to Kourtney's bomb scare and Khloe's hair loss, Jenner reveals Kardashian family…

Island Elegance

HOLLYWOOD STYLE: Oscar-winning designer Colleen Atwood channeled 1950s Hunter S. Thompson for "The Rum Diary."

Furious Bethenny Frankel Denies Claims She Inflated Skinnygirl Payday (Exclusive)

The Bravo star, whose Skinnygirl margarita line sold for $120 million, tells THR reports it only sold for $8.1 million are "completely inaccurate"; Huffington Post issues correction.

L.A.’s Power Synagogues: Where the Industry Goes to Worship

HOLLYWOOD SPOTLIGHT: It's holiday back-to-shul time! From a progressive coastal retreat to a registered landmark, these temples are where Hollywood's elite can be spotted.

L.A.’s Power Synagogues

HOLLYWOOD SPOTLIGHT: It's holiday back-to-shul time! From a progressive coastal retreat to a registered landmark, these temples are where the industry goes to worship.

How ‘Pan Am,’ ‘Playboy Club’ Re-Created Iconic Looks From the ’60s

The costume designers working on the new drama series tell THR about their painstaking efforts to achieve authenticity -- and reveal Hugh Hefner's initial reaction to the Bunny outfits.

Those Glamorous ’60s

HOLLYWOOD STYLE: How two TV costume designers re-created the iconic looks of Pan Am and the Playboy Club.

The Funny Girls Network

Forget the boys' club: Here's a look at one of the first all-female comedy troupes shaking by showbiz.

Hollywood’s Emmy Icons

In celebration of television's 63rd annual awards, THR honors those greats whose impact on entertainment extends well beyond the sheer quantity of their statuettes.

Hollywood’s Emmy Icons

On the eve of television's 63rd annual awards, THR honors those greats whose impact on entertainment extends well beyond the sheer quantity of their statuettes.

The Jesters

"Laugh-In" vets Lily Tomlin and George Schlatter remember the show's repuation for pushing boundaries.