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Tasked with writing a spec script for the spy thriller Killing Eve, Chapman University grad students heeded their prof, who said: Come up with a story you want to see… and have fun! One student took the advice literally, creating dialogue while skateboarding. Read their scenes here.

By Ann Farmer

With two long-running series on her résumé, four grown sons and a deep commitment to volunteer work, Patricia Heaton has earned some downtime. But reflection over her empty nest led, inevitably, back to television and a CBS series about a woman pursuing the career of her dreams.

By Craig Tomashoff

To tell a quintessential tale of the city of angels, the director of Wonder Woman, Patty Jenkins, reteamed with leading man Chris Pine. Together they embarked on TNT's I Am the Night, an exploration of crime, class and race, and — fortunately for Pine — a deep dive into apple pie.

By Michele Shapiro

“As girls, we’re receiving messages that there’s one way to have value,” Aidy Bryant says, “and it is to be beautiful.” In her Hulu series Shrill, she signals other ways.

By Whitney Friedlander

Life on the set of Good Girls suits its three stars just fine.

By Mara Reinstein

In L.A. or Vietnam, director Ken Olin is at home behind the camera for NBC’s favorite family drama.

By Graham Flashner

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