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Supporting Actor Roundtable

Tony Hale, Topher Grace and More Choose Between ‘Friends’ and ‘Seinfeld’

Tony Hale, Topher Grace, Aya Cash and more TV stars in The Hollywood Reporter's 2019 Supporting Actor Class debate whether they prefer 'Seinfeld' or 'Friends.'

From ‘90210’ to ‘Boy Meets World’: TV Stars Share Their Favorite Shows as Teens

For The Hollywood Reporter's 2019 Supporting Actor Class, stars Tony Hale, Paul Scheer, Eric Lange, among others select their favorite shows.

TV Stars Cite ‘Saved by the Bell’ as Favorite Show to Watch as a Teen

"Can't miss 'Rugrats,'" Lakeith Stanfield ('Atlanta') said. "I love Chuckie."

Leonardo DiCaprio, Alyssa Milano and Joshua Jackson Among TV Stars’ First Onscreen Crushes

"Not current Leo DiCaprio, but 'Growing Pains' Leo DiCaprio," said Maggie Q, who stars in 'Designated Survivor.'

Rose Byrne, Jennifer Hudson & More TV Supporting Actors Play ‘Never Have I Ever’ | Supporting Actor Class Photo

"Are we being honest?" 'Mr. Robot' actress Portia Doubleday asked before playing "Never Have I Ever."

Emmys: Jennifer Hudson, Aubrey Plaza and 28 Supporting Actor Contenders Pose for Star-Studded Class Photo

At THR's mammoth photo shoot, TV's top scene-stealing actors and actresses reveal the television family they related to growing up (for many, regrettably, 'The Cosby Show's' Huxtables), the star…

Supporting Actors Give a Dramatic Reading of “Summertime”

Juno Temple ('Vinyl'), Jonathan Rhys Meyers ('Roots') and other supporting actors give a dramatic reading of the lyrics to "Summertime" by DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince.

Supporting Actors Share Their Favorite TV Shows Growing Up

Kether Donohue ('You're the Worst'), Colin Hanks ('Life in Pieces'), Emayatzy Corinealdi ('Roots'), and other supporting actors share their favorite TV shows growing up.

Emmy Supporting Actors Decide: Three Emojis to Best Represent Their Show

See Juno Temple, Michael Kelly and Bradley Whitford choose emojis to best represent their television shows.