Millions of Screens
Emmy category sweeps by "The Crown" and "Schitt's Creek" are good news for fans, but bad news for fans of TV.
After years of watching other streaming services win the biggest Emmys categories, the industry behemoth has two big shots at history on Sunday night.
"Ted Lasso" writer and actor Brett Goldstein stops by "Millions of Screens" to chat about how much he fucking loves Roy Kent.
"Hacks" creators Jen Statsky, Paul W. Downs, and Lucia Aniello discuss the teamwork involved in building a hit comedy in a pandemic.
Give Snoop Dogg a gold medal for being the coolest cat in Olympics coverage.
Sure, "WandaVision" deserved 23 Emmy nominations. Why not?
The TV Academy should broaden the limited series category to eight nominees now, before it becomes an issue.
The MCU has eschewed the role of showrunner on its Disney+ series. Is that why they aren't better?
William Jackson Harper is very into faking it until you make it.
In a wide-ranging interview, the “Mythic Quest” showrunner and star makes clear how much he loves television. Now, it's time for TV to love him back.
Seth Meyers waxes poetic about the surprising upside of hosting a late-night talk show in a vacuum.
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