The actor talks about his new role in the Netflix series "Narcos: Mexico."
Richard Madden talks about his Netflix drama "Bodyguard."
The director and stars of "Escape at Dannemora" discuss their new Showtime series.
The co-creators of Shethority and Arrowverse stars discuss their commitment to inclusion and representation, giving voice to women, and the changes they still want to see.
'House of Cards' stars Michael Kelly and Greg Kinnear discuss the final season of the Netflix drama -- from Kevin Spacey's exit to Robin Wright's ascent.
Julia Roberts and Sam Esmail discuss how they worked together in adapting the hit podcast “Homecoming” into a TV series for Amazon.
Nathan Fillion discusses the challenges of playing a cop on ABC's new procedural "The Rookie," while Taye Diggs explains why he relates to the message of The CW's "All American."
Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos discuss the second season of their hit Netflix series "Making a Murderer," respond to the criticism of season 1, and promise "major discoveries" to come.
The creators of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" — star Rachel Bloom and producer Aline Brosh McKenna — preview the musical comedy's final season (more songs!). And "Happy Together" executive producer Ben Winston explains how Harry Styles inspired his new sitcom.
"Grey's Anatomy" showrunner Krista Vernoff talks about making tough casting decisions, bringing comedy and romance back to the show, and what's ahead for season 15.
"Murphy Brown's" creator and star speak candidly about how the rise of Donald Trump drove them back into business together, 20 years after the original CBS comedy signed off. The pair offer a glimpse into how the show is tackling a wildly different media landscape and the emotional journey of reuniting with cast and crew members.
Acclaimed actress Jane Fonda and filmmaker Susan Lacy talk about their teamwork on the acclaimed documentary "Jane Fonda in Five Acts": why her activism is so relevant today, the revelation that surprised them, and the scene that made them both cry.
The executive producers and stars of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" on the "gratifying" Emmy nominations (given the "Gilmore Girls" snubs), testing Amazon's patience by going "fancier" for season 2, and why Midge finally finding her voice is so relevant today.
The creative team behind "Mayans M.C." — co-creators Kurt Sutter and Elgin James and star JD Pardo — talk about tackling diversity and politics in the "Sons of Anarchy" spinoff. Plus, "You" showrunner Sera Gamble — along with stars Penn Badgley and Elizabeth Lail — open up finding the right voice for their stalker drama.
Emmy-nominated actress Regina King talks about why police shootings remain "an American problem," her role in Damon Lindelof's new "Watchmen" series, and why she'd sign on for a "Southland" revival.
Famed anthropologist Jane Goodall journeys down memory lane in the new documentary "Jane" which chronicles her first trip to Africa. She opens up about why it was "a dream come true," why she's passionate about saving the planet, and what she'd say to President Trump if given the chance.
TV legend Carol Burnett, who marked the 50th anniversary of her variety show with a CBS special (available on DVD on 9/11), talks about that emotional reunion, how she feels about political comedy, and what's wrong with the network business.
"The Handmaid's Tale" star Yvonne Strahovski on that shocking finale, whether Serena is a victim or a villain, and what's ahead for season 3.
Acclaimed actress Edie Falco talks about humanizing Leslie Abramson in "Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders," and her feelings about a revival of "The Sopranos."