The legendary lawyer – and subject of Netflix's 'Seeing Allred' – holds court on fighting sexual predators, #MeToo and what happens next
The women behind the hit show on how they convinced HBO to give them four specials – and conquer the world
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The brains behind the hit competition explain how they've kept the show fresh and surprising for 31 seasons
"I like to use all the colors of the rainbow as a tool," Emmy Award-winning drag superstar says, looking back on empowering triumphs in a tumultuous year
"Pursuing truth is a high aspiration – I believe in it as a calling," says documentarian about bold new Netflix series
'Jean-Claude Van Johnson' finds the action star playing a more self-aware version of himself – here's how JCVD did it, in his own words
David Mitchell and Robert Webb on reuniting for a new comedy about death, failure and middle-aged men behaving badly
How Scott Frank finally got his cutthroat look at our frontier nation on TV – and why you shouldn't consider this a "feminist Western"
The filmmaker talks returning to/expanding on his directorial debut for Netflix: "If somebody's going to fuck it up, it'll be me"
Jon Bernthal and showrunner Steve Lightfoot on why the character's solo show couldn't just be a violent free-for-all
Why Netflix's stellar adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel about a 19th-century murderess could not have come at a better time
Alex Gibney's four-hour HBO documentary examines the stories behind some of the magazine’s biggest scoops
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