Emmy Magazine - In The Mix

Natalie MacGowan-Spencer Goes Beyond Borders

For Showtime's The Man Who Fell to Earth — a story of a planet in distress — a designer gives her talents free reign.

By Paula Hendrickson
Story
Robbie Pickering

The chatty Martha Mitchell moves front and center in a producer's new take on Watergate.

Pam Veasey

For her latest crime series Long Slow Exhale — set in college sports — Veasey shook it all up, from the approach to the final buzzer. 

Jonathan Furmanski

The cinematographer savors his latest collaboration with Amy Schumer.

Minx

The producer of the HBO Max series unites an unlikely pair in her affectionate, funny take on the early women's movement.

90 Day Fiancé

The always popular series finds itself more relevant than ever as the war in Ukraine has elevated interest in the TLC franchise.

A Very British Scandal

Amazon Prime's limited series retells the story of the tempestuous marriage and cruel divorce between the Duke and Duchess of Argyll.

May Calamawy

The actress propels herself into another world in the Disney+ series, Moon Knight.

The First Lady

With serious research and star power, a producer captures the women of the White House in Showtime's The First Lady.

 

The Boys Presents: Diabolical

Celeb writers and global animators delight in Prime Video's animated series, The Boys Presents: Diabolical.

Outlander

From recreating battles to withstanding temperamental weather, the Prime Video drama overcame a series of production challenges.

Dayton Duncan

Writer Dayton Duncan reconstructs the multifaceted life of America's founding father in the PBS two-part, four-hour documentary.

Foodtastic

The Disney+ series serves up decadent fun with elaborate foodscapes.

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