Jean Smart
Jean Smart and costume designer Mary Zophres tell IndieWire about the handmade approach to dressing gossip columnist Elinor St. John in "Babylon."
Last year's Best Actress in a Comedy Emmy winner Jean Smart perseveres, despite the challenge from 'Abbott Elementary' star Quinta Brunson.
Editor Jessica Brunetto and co-creators Paul W. Downs, Jen Statsky, and Lucia Aniello discuss how they put comedy and drama together to craft an equally sharp and earnest tone for Season 2 of "Hacks."
Costume designer Kathleen Felix-Hager discusses the ways clothes brought Deborah and Ava together in Season 2.
Co-creator Jen Statsky and production designer Alec Contestabile tell IndieWire about how they transformed Travis Barker's tour bus into Deborah's home away from home.
Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, and Jen Statsky's HBO Max comedy returns with strong laughs, significant soul-searching, and Jean Smart at the wheel.
The beloved Emmy-winning series returns to HBO Max this spring.
The Emmy-winning HBO Max series returns May 12.
The ending of Season 1 saw Deborah offering Ava the chance to go with her on the road to try out the new material the young woman has crafted for her. But is that necessarily going to make for a career home run?
Television Academy voters swooned for Jean Smart's commanding performance in HBO Max's "Hacks."
According to the TCA, "Ted Lasso" was the best thing on TV in the last year. And Jean Smart was a close second.
It's Jean Smart's Emmy to lose, but she's not exactly starved for competition.
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