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“Everyone Here Has Experienced a Crushing Humiliation”: Ben Stiller, Soo Hugh and THR’s Drama Showrunner Roundtable

“Isn’t this what we all wanted in the first place?” asked Jenny Lumet, executive producer of The Man Who Fell to Earth, near the beginning of The Hollywood Reporter’s Drama Showrunner Emmy Roundtable. “You can’t swing a dead cat without hitting an amazing human moment on TV that makes you reevaluate your whole life.” Her […]

“You Have to Feel Sick in Order to Feel Good”: Barry Jenkins, Ethan Hawke and the THR Drama Showrunner Roundtable

In the past, a question posed to a table of creatives about the projects that each would love to tackle if only Hollywood were ready for them would be met with a laundry list of wistful responses. But Barry Jenkins, the showrunner and director behind Amazon’s celebrated Underground Railroad adaptation, took one look around The […]

Drama Showrunner Roundtable: Damon Lindelof, Courtney Kemp and More Tackle Race, Cops and Resuming Production

Five top TV creators — 'Watchmen's' Damon Lindelof, 'Power's' Courtney Kemp, 'The Good Fight's' Michelle King, 'Little Fires Everywhere's' Liz Tigelaar and 'The Terror: Infamy's' Alexander Woo — join The Hollywood Reporter's Drama Showrunner Roundtable.

Watch Hollywood Reporter’s Full, Uncensored Drama Showrunner Roundtable With John Singleton, Sam Esmail and More

The Drama Showrunner Roundtable brings together the late John Singleton, Sam Esmail, Steven Canals, Sera Gamble, Marti Noxon and Nic Pizzolatto. THR Roundtables air every Sunday on SundanceTV.

“You’re Not Gonna F***in’ Tell Me What My Story Is”: Sam Esmail, Nic Pizzolatto and The Hollywood Reporter Drama Showrunner Roundtable

The late John Singleton, Sam Esmail, Steven Canals, Sera Gamble, Marti Noxon and Nic Pizzolatto sound off in The Hollywood Reporter Drama Showrunner Roundtable.

Watch Close Up with the Hollywood Reporter’s Full Drama Showrunner Roundtable This Sunday

The Drama Showrunner Roundtable features Dan Futterman ('The Looming Tower'), Courtney Kemp ('Power'), Peter Morgan ('The Crown'), Bruce Miller ('The Handmaid's Tale'), David Shore ('The Good Doctor') and Lena Waithe ('The Chi') who sit down for a discussion on race, gender and killing off characters.

‘Power’ Creator Shares the Process of Killing Off a Character, Casting Diversity | Drama Showrunner Roundtable

"The dominoes have to fall a certain way," 'Power' creator Courtney Kemp said during The Hollywood Reporter Drama Showrunner Roundtable.

‘The Good Doctor’ Creator David Shore on Being True to the “Weaknesses and Strengths” of Autism | Drama Showrunner Roundtable

"It's important that I don't turn him into the magic person with autism," 'The Good Doctor' creator David Shore said during The Hollywood Reporter Drama Showrunner Roundtable.

‘Looming Tower’ Creator Talks Writing Outside His Experiences

"I needed help in the room with people who had direct experience with a lot of it," "The Looming Tower" creator Dan Futterman said during The Hollywood Reporter Drama Showrunner Roundtable.

‘The Crown’ Creator on Balancing History With Imagination

"You have to constantly ask yourself where you stand in truth and accuracy, and what the responsibility of that is," "The Crown" creator Peter Morgan said on balancing historical facts in the Netflix series during The Hollywood Reporter Drama Showrunner Roundtable.

‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Boss Hired Women Writers “Who Are Honest and Stubborn” | Drama Showrunner Roundtable

"The biggest hurdle is always the hurdle you put on yourself," 'The Handmaid's Tale' showrunner Bruce Miller told The Hollywood Reporter on overcoming the obstacle of being a man while telling a hugely powerful feminist story. "I loved the book, too. I didn't want to ruin it. I really thought I was the best person for the job and if I thought someone else was, I was 100 percent for it."

Lena Waithe Talks “The Universal Law” for “Othered” Characters in Drama Showrunner Roundtable

"The story could be great and unique and specific, but they're like, 'We don't get it' or 'I don't know that world,'" Lena Waithe told THR.