Bruce Miller

TV writer, producer and actor

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Every year, there are more and more scripted TV series for your perusal. Last year brought 532 of them.

What it’s like working in peak TV

Every year, there are more and more scripted TV series for your perusal. Last year brought 532 of them.

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In the new Hulu series  The Handmaid's Tale , Elisabeth Moss plays Offred, a woman struggling to survive and stay sane in a future under a totalitarian government where a polluted…

Margaret Atwood and Bruce Miller on 'The Handmaid's Tale'

In the new Hulu series The Handmaid's Tale , Elisabeth Moss plays Offred, a woman struggling to survive and stay sane in a future under a totalitarian government where a polluted…

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