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Wild About Wilder

A director who relished Little House as a girl brings its pioneer author to life.

By Paula Chin

Current issues echo in Dickinson, a playful portrait of an artist ahead of her time.

Comedy is positively what drives Thomas Middleditch.

Updating a Stephen King classic takes audacity and subtlety. This showrunner had that and more: a new ending from the master himself.

Phoebe Dynevor trusted Shonda Rhimes to give women agency, even in the 1800s.

Anya Taylor-Joy knew immediately how to inhabit her character in The Queen's Gambit.

Madison Reyes has a very personal reason for wanting to succeed.

With multicultural colleagues, a producer explores the personal and political costs of civil war.

With the help of John Belushi’s widow, a filmmaker unlocks the life and art of the late comedian.

With stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant, producer/director Susanne Bier unearths the dark secrets of the Upper East Side.

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

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.

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