Tony McNamara

creator, showrunner, and executive producer of “The Great”

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The incredible story of Catherine the Great comes to life in Hulu’s new series about the Russian empress.    
  Born a princess in Germany— she was married off to her second cousin,…

Tony McNamara adds his absurdist touch to Hulu’s ‘The Great’

The incredible story of Catherine the Great comes to life in Hulu’s new series about the Russian empress.   Born a princess in Germany— she was married off to her second cousin,…

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