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Rebecca Ford

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Ho Ho Hollywood! Tinseltown’s 35 Best Christmas-Themed Movies

The holidays just wouldn't be the same without Rudolph, Ralphie and the Grinch. THR looks back at the films that define Dec. 25, from 'A Christmas Story' to 'Elf' to 'Die Hard' (really!) and the Kristen Stewart rom-com 'Happiest Season.'

‘Made for Love’ EPs on Creating a Heartfelt Story Told to a Sex Doll

Christina Lee (also the showrunner) and Alissa Nutting (also author of the novel upon which the series is based) reveal how the pandemic inspired a scene that illustrates how a woman’s partner can completely miss what she needs.

‘Ted Lasso’: How Marcus Mumford and Tom Howe Created the Show’s Transatlantic Theme Song and Score

The duo teamed up for the Apple TV+ comedy's music, which they say is "placed somewhere right in the middle of the Atlantic."

Selena Gomez Says ‘Selena + Chef’ Gives Viewers Chance to Learn Culinary Skills Alongside Her

The pop singer and actress cooked up her HBO Max show (remotely) during quarantine.

‘Solos’ Creator David Weil on How the Amazon Series Went From Script to Screen

A-list talent featured in Weil’s seven-part sci-fi anthology series include Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman and Anne Hathaway.

How Simon Godwin Directed ‘Romeo & Juliet’ Hybrid Adaptation After COVID-19 Broadway Shutdown

Godwin details bringing his vision from the stage to the screen and how the production (replete with masks and COVID testing) served as on-the-job training for the director.

‘In & of Itself’: Derek DelGaudio Explains Why He Created a Filmed Version of His Conceptual Magic Show

The show, which DelGaudio performed 560 times, includes audience participation, often leading to emotional moments of surprise through his illusions: "The truth becomes easier to spot in the film."

Emmys: Why the Limited and Anthology Series Category Is the Most Cut-Throat

There is no other race as packed with critically acclaimed programs and performances, and unlike the drama and comedy groups (which take eight nominees), only five will make the cut.

‘Hacks,’ ‘PEN15’ and ‘Girls5Eva’ Writers Reveal How They Crafted Their Funniest Jokes

A drunken conversation in a casino about bisexuality? Two best friends who are convinced they’re witches? A musical based on Jim Carrey’s oeuvre? Where do these ideas come from? The minds behind these TV shows let us in.

Emmys: 20 Supporting TV Actors on Their Characters, Pandemic Splurges and What They Miss From Set Life

Whether playing a best friend with a secret on 'I May Destroy You,' a potty-mouthed soccer player on 'Ted Lasso' or an imperfect mother on 'The Queen's Gambit,' these actors delivered memorable supporting turns on some of TV's hottest shows.

‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ Choreographer and DP Reveal How They Made 130 Musical Numbers

Mandy Moore and Shasta Spahn, who collaborated on song-and-dance moves over two seasons, explain how they protect the show's look and charm: "You have to feel it and know it."

From ‘Bridgerton’ to ‘Ted Lasso’: The New Shows Vying for Emmy Attention as the Season Kicks Off

With many of the past winners out of contention, there's more opportunity for freshman TV shows from new streamers (Peacock, HBO Max) and prolific heavyweights (Netflix, HBO).