Since 2016, says showrunner David Mandel, shown here with Veep stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale (below), it has become increasingly difficult for the show to outrun reality.
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Showrunner David Mandel guides the final season of Veep—and finds himself politicized.
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TV writer Nell Scovell looks back on Just the Funny Parts.
Colin Jost (left) with his co-host, Michael Che, at the Weekend Update desk for Saturday Night Live
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Comedian Colin Jost, from Shouts and Murmurs to Saturday Night Live
From left: Sam (Annie Parisse), Nick (Nat Faxon), Ethan (Keegan-Michael Key), Lisa (Cobie Smulders), Marianne (Jae Suh Park), Max (Fred Savage), and Felix (Billy Eichner)
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The real tragedy underlying Friends from College stems from the indignities of the post-recession economy.
Jaunts to Nashville and Italy aside, Master of None stays, and is filmed, in New York City. On set in the subway, castmates Lena Waithe (left) and James Ciccone confer with co-creators Aziz Ansari and Yang.
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Alan Yang serves up warm, epicurean comedy.
Documentarian Kent Garrett ’63 returned to Harvard last fall for a screening of his work.
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How Black Journal raised the country's consciousness, and opened Kent Garrett's eyes to television's potential
Octavia Spencer at a screening of Hidden Figures at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture
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The actress will attend the Hasty Pudding's festivities on January 26.
Lee leaps down the stage with co-star Kelli O’Hara in The King and I’s iconic polka, “Shall We Dance?”
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An actor’s rule on stage and screen