Drama Showrunner Roundtable: 6 Top TV Bosses on Fighting for Diversity, Getting Pigeonholed and Casting "A—holes"
Six of television's top drama series bosses — Sam Esmail, Julian Fellowes, Nina Jacobson, Marti Noxon, Melissa Rosenberg and John Ridley — open up about the stories that made them genuinely nervous, the things they still can’t believe they got past the network censors and the ongoing inequities of being anyone other than a privileged white male.
Drama Actor Roundtable: Rami Malek, Cuba Gooding Jr., TV's Top Talent on Arrogant Career Mistakes and That Golden-Shower Scene
Six stars — including Bobby Cannavale, Paul Giamatti, Forest Whitaker and Wagner Moura — open up about the lines they will and won't cross, how Oliver Stone broke a couple of them down and the parts they'd love to land.
Actress Roundtable: Jennifer Lopez, Kerry Washington, A-Listers on Nudity, Network Fights and the "Diva" Label
"I've always been fascinated by how much more well-behaved we have to be than men," says Lopez, as she and Washington join Julianna Margulies, Sarah Paulson, Kirsten Dunst, Regina King and Constance Zimmer.
Ouch! Aziz Ansari, Rob Lowe, Keegan-Michael Key Play 'Most Embarrassing Moment' in Comedy Actor Roundtable
Seven of TV’s top comedic forces — also including Jerrod Carmichael, Tony Hale, Anthony Anderson and Jeffrey Tambor — talk about being booed, hated on by hecklers, pooping their pants and how it feels when a famous director mouths "What the f—?" at your live performance in front of 43 million.
Comedy Actress Roundtable: Ilana Glazer, Gina Rodriguez, More on Oddball Fans, Catcalls and When to Tell Someone to "Lick My Balls"
Six of TV's leading ladies — including Rachel Bloom, Allison Janney, Niecy Nash and Lily Tomlin — open up about Hollywood's definition of gender, power and those patronizing little "pats" on the back.
Comedy Showrunner Roundtable: Reunions You’ll Never See (Sorry, 'Friends' Fans!), Diversity and How to Write Sex Scenes
Six comedy series chiefs — Kenya Barris, Nahnatchka Khan, Marta Kauffman, Aline Brosh McKenna, David Mandel and Alan Yang — let it rip on the sex acts they still can’t believe they got past Standards (yes, "chicken cooping" is a real thing), why they don’t like spinoffs and the challenges that come with trying to tell your story when you don’t look like everyone else in Hollywood: "Black people don’t get to write for white people."
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