Supporting comedic thesps Ellie Kemper, Anna Chlumsky, Busy Philipps, Hannah Simone, Ana Gasteyer, and Mayim Bialik visit the Variety Emmy Studio.
Choreographers on today's reality and scripted TV shows are always on the lookout for new methods to reach their audience and top the numbers they staged last season. They're also often tasked with…
TV funnymen Rainn Wilson, Kunal Nayyar, Danny Pudi, Tony Hale, Chris Messina and Fred Armisen attend the Variety Emmy Studio.
'I think there is still a little bit of mystery about what casting directors do and what part they play in the creative process," says Carrie Audino, casting director for “Mad Men.” "We don't just…
When dance and singing contestants flash across the TV screen with perfect hair that manages to stay in place under the most unbelievable conditions — heat, sweat, crazy gyrations — it's only natural…
With film biz stratified, the smallscreen becomes home for unique visions.
Variety Emmy Studio Supporting Actress Drama panel discussion with Archie Panjabi, Emily Mortimer, Hayden Panettiere, Monica Potter and Morena Baccarin.
Scoring for television has always had something of a catchall element to it. Some composers frantically clef away to keep pace with a merciless week-to-week deadline, while others (particularly on…
As worldwide distribution and co-production deals generate more coin for TV drama production, they up the ante for production values as well as in the race for the Creative Arts Emmys. Captured on…
Networks — especially cable — have become more likely to give social media and on-demand viewing time to work their magic before yanking series.
Variety sits down with dramatic TV's leading ladies, including "Mad Men" star Elisabeth Moss, "Shameless" actress Emmy Rossum, "Scandal's" Kerry Washington, and "Orphan Black" star Tatiana Maslany.