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’s Sarah Goldberg Makes the Case for Why Sally Is a Seriously Good Actress
“How do you do bad acting that slowly gets better?”
Michelle Williams Never Thought Life Could Be Fair
star is standing up for herself — and for Gwen Verdon.
HBO Will ‘Help Out’
Game of Thrones
Actors Who Had to Self-Nominate for Emmys
Doing the minimum.
2019 emmy awards
A Crowded 2019 Emmy Slate Juggles an Abundance of Good Options
Peak TV is peakier than ever, and even more so than in recent years, worthy parties were bound to get left out.
Our 2019 Emmy-Nomination Predictions
It’s gotten harder than ever to forecast the field of nominees, but that’s not going to stop us from trying!
Pamela Adlon’s Filmmaking Motto: ‘The Moment Is Everything’
The writer, director, and star of
on influences, inspirations, and the importance of trusting your inner voice.
On My Block
’s Sierra Capri on Monse’s Best Season Two Moments
“There are so many things that go on in her life that I’m just like,
. I can’t even believe she’s experiencing this so early.”
In Defense of Cousins Who Fall in Love, on
(Not to be read by any of my cousins.)
good one podcast
What It’s Like to Write for Late Night Right Now
On this week’s
podcast, writers from every late-night show that shoots in New York talk shop.
See Photos of Natasha Lyonne, Busy Philipps, and More in the Vulture Emmy Studio
For your consideration.
Patricia Arquette Breaks Down Scenes From
Escape at Dannemora
“There aren’t always the greatest parts for women in TV, or anywhere, and these are great parts in their own right.”
The Emmys Might Go Hostless This Year, Too
Sure, why not!
’s Aidy Bryant Is the Only Sarah Huckabee Sanders We’ll Miss
It wasn’t the best role to play, but Bryant gave it her all.
Several Actors Just Got Disqualified From Emmys Voting for Breaking the Rules
“We will continue to be diligent in our efforts to ensure the fairness of this competition.”
What Playing Pray Tell on
Has Taught Billy Porter
“When you know better, you do better. And hopefully, I’m doing better.”
Matt Walsh on How He Manages to Always Be Eating on
It takes a lot of choreography.
Ted Danson on
The Good Place
’s Points System and How to Fix It
The Good Place
Cast Would Torture Each Other
Not that it would ever come to that.
Lee Daniels on the End of
, Woke Culture, and Why
Was a Comedy
Precisely what his post-
career will look like isn’t certain, but the perennially restless director is nurturing a number of seedlings.
Natasha Lyonne on
Game of Thrones’
Recent Lack of Boobs
And why they’re necessary.
Charlie Barnett on
Ending: They’re Still Stuck
He compares it to
Dead to Me
Convinced Christina Applegate to Do TV Again
The Netflix star on “semi-retirement” and writing a double mastectomy into her character’s story.
’s Jharrel Jerome Found Himself in Ava DuVernay’s
When They See Us
The 21-year-old on what he learned playing Korey Wise, one of the Central Park Five.
give 'em the old razzle dazzle
How Michelle Williams Mastered (and Lost) Gwen Verdon’s Voice for
star walks us through the accent, the attitude, and pretending to act with “sliced” vocal cords.
Transformed a Young Actress Into a Feral, Unstoppable Terminator
The story behind the surreal, unexpected violence of “ronnie/lily.”
Is Over. Is America Next?
A behind-the-scenes look at the series finale.
The Ingeniously Nerdy Filmmaking Secrets of
The IFC show’s directors break down, in extreme detail, how they pulled off the visual parodies of season three.
behind the scenes
How Gina Rodriguez Pulled Off
Jane the Virgin
’s Amazing 7-Minute Monologue
“When you have an actor like that, you can write something with full confidence that she’s going to kill it.”