LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
When I voted for the Primetime Emmys® this year, it occurred to me that the number of entries seem to be increasing. When I was inducted into the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) in the early ‘90s, it was truly the organization that covered the awards for television and more importantly for the three major networks. Local stations did not really compete and cable was still too scattered to play a major role. The local cable providers were slowly expanding their lineup with nationwide broadcasters like ESPN, Nickelodeon and Discovery…  read more…

A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS
It is fitting that the collection of gothic fiction, A Series of Unfortunate Events, comprises 13 individual tomes. The unlucky number is emblematic of the misfortune brought upon the intrepid trio at the center of this saga. read more…

THE CROWN
With a strong background in editing female- driven historical dramas such as A Quiet Passion and Elle, as well as TV series Tess of the D’Urbervilles, joining Stephen Daldry on the team for The Crown to tell the  story of the early reign of Queen Elizabeth seemed like a natural fit.    read more…

QUEEN SUGAR
Edgar Wright’s bank heist thriller, Baby Driver, from TriStar Pictures tells the story of a talented young getaway driver named Baby (Ansel Elgort), who choreographs his life to the beat of his own personal soundtrack. read more…

THIS IS US
NBC drama This Is Us, created by Dan Fogelman for Fox Television, revolves around the family lives and connections of several people who all share the same birthday..   read more…

THE HANDMAID’S TALE
Based on Margaret Atwood’s 1985 best-selling novel, The Handmaid’s Tale, is ripe for retelling, given today’s social and political climate. The series is set in the near-future where citizens are ruled by a totalitarian regime that treats women as property of the state and forces fertile women to bear children for powerful men and their wives.
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