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Harrier talks about immersing herself in the ’70s Black Power movement, improvising her Soul Train line dance, Ron Stallworth’s recent phone call from David Duke, and the celebratory way in which the crew honored living legend Harry Belafonte on the last day of filming.
The onetime One Day at a Time star, who spent years struggling with substances, had plenty to draw on when playing Barb—an addict serving a life sentence.
The Parks and Rec co-stars on their new reality-competition series, Making It, which takes a Great British Baking Show–inspired approach to crafting.
To get to the bottom of this mane mystery, we combed through the details with department head hairstylist Carla Farmer.
Including the fact that he loved pranks, scared Yo-Yo Ma, and based his puppets on his family members.
As the final season of the labyrinthine spy series winds down, it’s hard not to read into the retired operative’s every move — and in the antepenultimate episode, they were pretty perplexing.
In a wordless, nearly four-minute scene, Elizabeth and Philip reconnect over the amputation of Marilyn’s hands and head—which are tidily packed into their duffel bag. Here’s director Stefan Schwartz and actress Amy Tribbey’s anatomy of the scene.
The actress opens up about her new Netflix film, her starring role in Matt Groening’s next series, and the extreme secrecy of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Filmmakers Chapman and Maclain Way dissect the hit Netflix series’s most memorable moments, give the sannyasins the “where are they now” treatment, and re-examine its unresolved story lines—including that wild tale about salmonella-infected beavers.
Breakout star Sierra Capri had never played a lead role before being cast in this South Central-set comedy—but she’s ready for the spotlight.
Jeffrey Toobin previews a new CNN docuseries based on his book about Hearst’s kidnapping and its unbelievable aftermath—a show she has called “a one-sided dialogue romanticizing my torture and rape.”
Devin Ratray—aka Macaulay Culkin’s bully older brother—details his front-and-center role in Soderbergh’s latest, the HBO drama Mosaic.