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Apple’s Epic Series
Sets Cast, Begins Filming on Multiple Continents
The series, based on the novel by Min Jin Lee, follows a multi-generational Korean immigrant family in Japan.
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I’m an On-Set ‘COVID Person,’ Whatever That Means
As TV production resumes amid the pandemic, a new, vaguely defined role is causing confusion and consternation.
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Which TV Shows Have Dared to Restart Production Amid COVID-19?
Because you can’t watch reruns forever.
The Young Pope
Re-created Vatican City Without Actually Filming There
“Whether realistic or not, the important thing is for the whole thing to be plausible.”
What the Hell Does a Producer Actually Do?
“Producer” encompasses such a variety of tasks, but hopefully this gives you an idea of what the people who throw the word around are actually doing.
Life After ‘30 Rock’: Can NYC’s Comedy Production Ever Compete with LA?
Tonight, 30 Rock’s seven-season, 138-episode run comes to an end. Looking back, it’s hard to quantify the show’s influence. Debuting in 2006, […]