Executive producers Jonah Nolan and Lisa Joy talk about what they learned from the first season, the one question fans should be asking, and what’s ahead for season two. Plus star Evan Rachel Wood reveals what mysteries she figured out — and what she still wants answers to.
Giovanni Ribisi, star of Amazon’s drama “Sneaky Pete,” on what finally drew him to scripted television, what he learned working with executive producer/star Bryan Cranston, and why he wants to direct for season two.
Executive producer Damon Lindelof and star Justin Theroux open up about the emotional final season of “The Leftovers,” whether Nora was telling the truth, and the one scene from the series that still stays with them.
Susan Sarandon opens up about why she finally agreed to play Bette Davis in FX’s “Feud,” the powerful message executive producer Ryan Murphy brought to the project, and why she feels their feud was exploited by those around them.
Creator John Ridley and star Benito Martinez discuss the origin of the ABC series and the final season — plus, is there hope for more “American Crime” on another platform?
‘Fargo’s’ Noah Hawley, Mary-Elizabeth Winstead and Warren Littlefield discuss challenges of writing ‘unpredictable’ season 3, working with Ewan McGregor, and how each season will ultimately connect.
Matt and Ross Duffer, who created Netflix’s hit “Stranger Things,” open up about what lessons they learned from season one, twists in store for the second season, and what surprised them the most (Barb!).
Billions star Maggie Siff talks about the surprising twists in the season finale, filming those sex scenes, and what’s ahead for season three of the Showtime drama.
Dustin Lance Black, creator of ABC’s “When We Rise,” opens up about his groundbreaking LGBTQ miniseries, the intense research process, and how he hopes it will change national conversation.
“Handmaid’s Tale” stars Joseph Fiennes and Yvonne Strahovki discuss how the dystopian series parallels issues we’re facing today, “power play” changes that were made from the novel — and those awkward sex scenes