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‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,’ ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Among First Recipients of ReFrame TV Stamp

'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 60 more TV projects have received the ReFrame Stamp for gender parity.

How to Cast Serial Killers and Wrestlers

Top casting directors on eight series reveal how they found their leading men and women, even if that meant asking the actors to attempt a somersault during auditions.

Kenneth Lonergan on the Challenges of Adapting Classic Novel ‘Howards End’ Into a Miniseries

"I don't think I added anything that was unnatural to the novel, and I had no interest at all in using it as a jumping-off point to do my own thing," the Kenneth Lonergan says of putting his stamp on the four-part miniseries based on E.M. Forster's 1910 novel.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Hayley Atwell (‘Howards End’)

The Golden Globe-nominated British actress reflects on making her name in period pieces (and on 'Black Mirror'), playing one character in several projects over many years (Agent Peggy Carter of 'Captain America' fame) and the new project for which she's receiving the best reviews of her screen career (a four-part adaptation of E.M. Forster's most famous novel).

‘Howards End’: How a 1910 Novel Became a Progressive Miniseries

Writer Kenneth Lonergan ('Manchester by the Sea,' 'Gangs of New York') reveals the story behind the Starz series' sharp observations on colonization, class and race.

‘Howards End’: TV Review

Kenneth Lonergan's take on E.M. Forster's novel 'Howards End' for Starz and BBC is a lovely, witty version that's less pomp-and-circumstance porn than the Merchant Ivory film.

Hayley Atwell to Star in ‘Howards End’ Limited Series From Starz, BBC

The four-part project hails from Oscar nominee Kenneth Lonergan ('Manchester by the Sea').

BBC Orders ‘Howards End’ Adaptation From ‘Gangs of New York’ Co-Writer

More than 35 hours of new programming will be added to the U.K. public broadcaster's slate.