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‘Fargo’ Star Ewan McGregor on Playing Two Brothers: “People Were Friendlier When I Was Ray”

The Emmy nominee says people on set were "slightly intimidated" when he was in character as the tougher sibling, Emmit, as he discusses the acclaimed series' challenges.

Ron Howard on Capturing Beatlemania in Emmy-Nominated Doc

The director's third foray into documentaries brings the Fab Four's concert experience to life in 'The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years.'

‘Mr. Robot’ Star BD Wong on Trans Representation: “Every Character on TV Creates a Dialogue”

The actor brings to life one of the acclaimed USA series' most mysterious characters, whiterose, a transgender hacker with dubious intentions: "The things she is willing to do are pretty dark."

‘Better Call Saul’ Showrunner on Bringing Back Blockbuster Video, Avoiding Courtroom Cliches

Peter Gould talks about tackling the early aughts and why the "light-hearted" 'Breaking Bad' spinoff he envisioned turned into something "more complicated and dramatic."

‘Stranger Things’ Bosses on Eleven as a “Mass Murderer” and the Challenges of Filming With Kids

Matt and Ross Duffer, whose Emmy-nominated series was the buzziest TV show of 2016, open up about their toughest scenes and the line of dialogue they're most proud of.

‘Westworld’ Creators Dish on Working at an “Imaginary Theme Park” and Their Most Difficult Scene

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy also discuss the biggest misconception about the Emmy-nominated HBO series: "That it takes place in the future."

Mike Judge Talks ‘Silicon Valley’ Raunch and Why Some Stars Wear Wigs

The co-creator, whose comedy series is Emmy-nominated this year, reveals the most surprising thing he's gotten away with and the biggest misconception about his show.

‘Modern Family’ Bosses on Sofia Vergara’s Russian Tongue-Twisters and Their Snoop Dogg Envy

With its eighth consecutive nomination, the ABC comedy series is still winning over Emmy voters and standing tall in a field that continually welcomes younger, shinier shows.

‘Veep’ Boss on the “Heartbreaking” Breakup Scene and Selina’s Defense of Female Genital Mutilation

David Mandel's HBO series is nominated for a record 17 Emmys this year as Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) sets her sights on, once again, becoming POTUS.

‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Bosses Reveal Their Favorite Zingers

Showrunners Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, whose Netflix comedy is Emmy-nominated this year, spill on their best lines and toughest obstacles in the third season of their absurd (but always optimistic) series.

‘Master of None’ Boss on Pulling Off a Silent 8-Minute Scene and Why the Show Can’t Be Pigeonholed

Alan Yang, who serves as showrunner of the Emmy-nominated Netflix comedy alongside star Aziz Ansari, talks to THR about taking even more artistic risks in the show's sophomore run.

‘Black-ish’ Boss on Tackling Topical Issues: This Show Is “Much More of a Story About Our Country”

Kenya Barris, whose Emmy-nominated ABC comedy series focused several episodes on Trump's election, among other news of the day, has cemented its place as the sitcom with a conscience.