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Diego Luna Rouses a Rebel

For the star of Disney+'s Andor, the backstory of the rebel hero required a deep dive into inner lives — his character's and his own.

By Paula Chin
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Bertie Gregory

The wildlife filmmaker delights in the great outdoors in the NatGeo docuseries Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory.

Betty White

An upcoming auction of the actress's prized possessions will include the bright yellow door from her Brentwood home.

Tom Sutherland

As a British schoolboy, the lighting designer was already looking toward a radiant career.

U.S. and the Holocaust

In his latest docuseries, Ken Burns and his colleagues examine what the United States did — and didn't do — during the Holocaust. "I'll never work on a more important film," says the documentarian.

Alan Alda, Wayne Rogers and Loretta Swit

A war zone was an unlikely setting for a sitcom when M*A*S*H debuted in 1972. But the series lasted eleven seasons and drew some 106 million viewers to its finale. At the show's half-century, principals look back at their life in the trenches.

The Newhart Cast

A half-century has passed since the premiere of The Bob Newhart Show, but it remains a comedy classic. So does its star, whose deadpan stand-up caught on in the '60s and has never gone out of style.

Raymond Lee

A frequent costar takes the lead as Dr. Ben Seong on NBC's Quantum Leap reboot.

Kieron Moore

The actor faces a new series of adversaries in Peacock's Vampire Academy.

Steve Carell and Domhnall Gleeson

Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields, a producing pair who love a good walk-and-talk, create a killer who goes to extremes to be talked out of crime on FX's The Patient.

Beth Ditto

With her Southern upbringing and love of country music, the actress knew her role in Fox's Monarch was meant to be.

Adam Anders

Producing the Nashville sounds of Fox's Monarch works out just fine from L.A for the executive music producer.

Mckenna Grace

The fifteen-year-old actress wrote and executive-produced the Lifetime sequel — and reprises her role as the murderous Emma Grossman.

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