Emmy Magazine - In The Mix

Vampires? Zombies? So last decade. Eye of newt? Now you're on trend.

With Halloween around the corner, we've conjured up a coven's worth of witchy shows to keep you spellbound before your television set.

By By: Barak Zimmerman - Designer: Kristen Male

Tantoo Cardinal plays her part in changing the perception of Native people.

For her high-school-set series, a showrunner sought directors who could truly see teens — and allow young people to see themselves.

On Fox, L.A.’s Finest finds another network home.

A docuseries reexamines a 1970 murder case that captivated the country.

A veteran director reflects on strategies that led to success.

To keep his documentary current, a filmmaker keeps adjusting his focus.

The choreographer for Mira, Royal Detective helps teach youngsters about South Asian culture through dance.

Calling a winner in the streaming wars is complicated.

Since the 1950s, an answering service has helped establish stunt careers.

Paulina Chávez explores new worlds in a new world of her own.

With networks and streamers competing for product, the market for books — yes, those printed works of fiction — is booming like never before.

Reporter-producers covering the primaries for CNN proved their mettle over eight nonstop months. They all just happen to be women.

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