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January 01, 1990 - September 15, 2012 + The Business
Sean Hayes And Todd Milliner talk Grimm and Will & Grace.
Interviews about two recent war movies: 'The Tillman Story' and 'The Hurt Locker.'
Frank Rich talks BHO's "Veep." Matt Walsh talks improv.
Former network chief Warren Littlefield recounts stories from his new book, "Top of the Rock: Inside the Rise and Fall of Must See TV."
How the creators of Once Upon A Time" went from cable in Wisconsin to the big leagues. Plus, a doc who turned his passion with...
Horror movie maker, Eli Roth and "Hemlock Grove" author Brian McGreevy on turning this Gothic novel into a Netflix series.
Actors talk about the exhausting and angst-ridden process of auditioning for television pilots.
Morgan Spurlock on producing web series for the Internet. Plus, television masters on how to make a great TV pilot.
Indie filmmaker Whit Stillman returns. Plus, SAG and AFTRA merge -- so now what?
Morgan Spurlock talks about turning his cameras on the fans and phenomenon that is Comic-Con.
"The Hunger Games" is the biggest movie to hit theaters this year. Producer Nina Jacobson tells us how the movie came to be.
We look at the art of the heard -- but not seen -- voice actor. Three veterans on what it takes to succeed and why...
Navigating Pilot Season: How the ABC comedy Suburgatory went from idea, to pilot, to TV series.
Director Jay Roach and Writer Danny Strong turn the Sarah Palin Pygmalian story into an HBO movie.
We look at the film industries in Brazil and Russia through the very different success stories of two filmmakers.