Emmy Magazine - In The Mix

Cameo George's American Experience

For this producer, making history feel of-the-moment is a must.

By Ann Farmer
Story
Ghosts

The writer-producers known as "The Joes" loved the BBC's Ghosts, so they made their own version for CBS. A spectral comedy suits this pair, who bonded over a fright at the copy machine.

All American: Homecoming

With a regular peaceful pause, the producer of All American and All American: Homecoming breathes life into stories of quarter-life crisis.

Paul Garnes

A new president leads a melding of the creative and practical in ARRAY's TV and film slate.

Sonia Manzano

A Sesame Street legend sets her own kids' show in the New York neighborhood of her youth.

Jinny Howe

The Netflix exec behind Bridgerton seeks unseen perspectives.

CAMERAderie

Training women for industry jobs that have traditionally been out of reach is having real results.

JulianParry

A VFX pro savvy in "fantastical physics" conjures monsters and other wonders for Prime Video's The Wheel of Time.

LucyPrebble

British writers have traditionally worked alone, but the rumble-tumble U.S. writers' room is gaining ground.

HwangDongHyuk

Knowing that you've created an international hit — perhaps the biggest Netflix has ever had — can feel like a dream state. But such is the conflicted world of Hwang Dong-Hyuk's Squid Game, where contestants play life-or-death games in a Korean Candy Land.

 

JerryMossHerbAlpert

A new EPIX documentary recalls A&M Records, the independent label that soared in the '70s and '80s under its farsighted founders, who put their initials — and much more — on the line.

 

PhilemonChambersMichaelUrie

Not content with straight holiday movies given an LGBTQ twist, a writer-producer brings his own film to life, with "a story that felt unique to being gay."

StationElevenMackenzieDavisPhilippineVelge

Life and art intertwine as a novelist turns to television, then adapts Station Eleven, his friend's acclaimed postpandemic saga.

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