“By the end of it, Beck’s just in fight or flight mode.”
Creators Eli Horowitz and Micah Bloomberg break down the biggest changes, what the ending means, and what to expect in season two.
No joke: Rob McElhenney spent seven months training, lifting weights, and rehearsing for Sunny’s finale dance surprise.
What to expect when you’re expecting an HOC surprise.
“When it all went down, there were a million emotions going through my head.”
How the writers’ room regrouped (and killed off Frank Underwood) in the wake of the Kevin Spacey allegations.
His alleged victim is now speaking out.
In the wake of Kelly’s blackface comments, both sides will sit down to discuss her future at NBC News.
The “daunting” project took a team of 75 set designers, artists, and carpenters, plus advice from a structural engineer.
“He has no f—king idea what she’s actually thinking.”
On Sunday night, the two men got into a brawl at a pre-Emmys party.
The veteran of Supernatural and The Magicians discusses tonight’s jolting moment, the death of privacy, and drawing inspiration from rom-coms.
Step one: Hire an Emmy-winning Sesame Street veteran.
Moonves and CBS will donate $20 million to organizations that support #MeToo.
“She’s been awoken, as we might say, to her young queer youth.”
He’s been a Sundance darling, a prison inmate, and the leader of a hard-core punk gang. Now, he’s making a TV show.
More than an embarrassing moment, it illustrates Latinx Hollywood’s frustration with its continued invisibility.
And why he added that end-credits scene.
The show spent “six figures” building its crucial, labor-intensive prop.
Matthew Rhys or Sterling K. Brown? Is Donald Glover a shoo-in? And more questions answered by our Emmy panelists.