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John Turturro, Rupert Everett to Star in TV Version of ‘The Name of the Rose’

Germany's Tele Munchen Group and Italy's 11 Marzo, Palomar and RAI Fiction will co-produce the $30 million, eight-hour limited series based on the Umberto Eco best-seller.

Anxiety Over Pork-Eating, LGBT Muslim Characters Is a Happy Problem to Finally Have (Guest Column)

The director of the Muslim Public Affairs Council's Hollywood Bureau writes that complex, nuanced portrayals are a step toward "becoming 'mainstream' in American viewers' hearts and minds."

Emmys: ‘Veep’ Boss’ $1,000 Bet and More Inside References Explained

The Hollywood Reporter breaks down the shout-outs and jokes that may have left viewers scratching their heads.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — John Turturro (‘The Night Of’)

One of the most highly regarded character actors in the business — a regular in the movies of Spike Lee, the Coen brothers and Adam Sandler — reflects on his ethnic look, overcoming a mid-career crisis that almost led him to retire and why so many of his projects, from 'Do the Right Thing' to the HBO limited series for which he's Emmy-nominated, address bigotry.

HBO, Sky Take Stakes in ‘Night Of’ Producer Bad Wolf

The investment is part of the networks' co-production deal aimed at financing big-budget drama.

John Turturro Says He’s Optimistic About Potential ‘Night Of’ Season 2

"I'm hoping that that will come to fruition," the Emmy-nominated star tells THR.

‘Feud’ EP on the “Intimate Moment” Jessica Lange, Susan Sarandon Became Bette and Joan

"There were never any other names we considered," says Tim Minear as he and producers behind four other Emmy-nominated limited series reveal how they landed the right stars for the story.

ABC’s ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘American Crime’ Win Big at Banff Rockie Awards

HBO's 'The Night Of' won for best miniseries in a competition where U.S. TV shows compete head-to-head with international fare.

‘The Night Of’ Writer on the Benefits of Fewer Episodes in Tackling Social Issues

The creative minds behind seven limited series (including 'Feud' and 'Shots Fired') discuss how their format's low episode count provides the perfect backdrop to explore topics like racism, domestic abuse and trafficking: "If I'm not disrupting people, I'm not doing my job."

Emmys: ‘Master of None’ Cinematographer Reveals Secrets Behind the Black-and-White Episode

Plus, cinematographers on more standout series — including 'Black Mirror,' 'The Handmaid's Tale,' 'The Night Of' and 'Taboo' — open up about how they played with light and composition to look deeper into a character, or literally keep viewers in the dark.

Riz Ahmed Interviewed Inmates and Guards at Rikers Island for ‘The Night Of’ | Drama Actor Roundtable

On typecasting, Ahmed also told THR, "I'd rather be broke," than take another "Terrorist 3" role.