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As a wee boy in Wales, Matthew Rhys was already working on his American accent when he and his pals played The A-Team. Some three decades on, that accent perfected, he awed audiences in The Americans as a Russian spy in deep cover. Now, in HBO’s new Perry Mason, he returns to TV with the origin story of the dogged defense lawyer, a staple of U.S. pop culture for almost a century.

By Mara Reinstein

Signing on to a multi-year series post Hamilton "felt like a huge decision,” says the busy Daveed Diggs, though ultimately the right one.

By Tatiana Siegel

On TNT’s Snowpiercer, the survivors of an apocalypse are stuck circling the globe on a train with a strict class divide.

By Tatiana Siegel

For the unassuming Cobie Smulders, signing on to Stumptown meant stepping up to the top of the call sheet — and to the duties of co-executive producer — and she’s thrived in the dual role.

By Neil Turitz

Where does a Michelin-starred chef and worldwide TV purveyor — who’s also an Ironman competitor and racecar driver — find the next television frontier? For Gordon Ramsay, it’s Nat Geo’s Uncharted.

By Gina Piccalo

The streaming platform HBO Max required “the creation of a whole new medium,” says WarnerMedia’s Robert Greenblatt. But would you expect anything less from the company that brought you The Sopranos, Sex and the City and Game of Thrones?

By Mara Reinstein
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