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Emmy Magazine

Issue #10 2019

Special for the Emmy Awards! Watch the exclusive Back Stage Live show on your iPad free! Sponsored by Audi. Emmy covers not only television’s stars, but also the achievements of artists, crafts experts and businesspeople who work behind the camera. It also explores the future of television, reporting on the latest tools and technological advances.

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welcome

At the Television Academy, we spend a lot of time reflecting on, well, television. From the intimate to the epic, from cherished memories of the past to mind-bending possibilities for the future, television is a medium like no other. In an on-demand world, the ability to watch what we want, when we want, where we want and how we want empowers us — and connects us — in ways that once seemed unimaginable. Television doesn’t just entertain, inform and enlighten us — it’s a shortcut to understanding each other a little better. When someone tells us emphatically, “You’ve got to watch this!” what they’re really saying is, “I want you to share this experience with me.” When it comes to shared experiences, there’s nothing quite like our annual Emmy Awards ceremonies. Beyond…

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emmy magazine us

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Juan Morales EDITOR: Gail Polevoi MANAGING EDITOR: Maura Weber ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Sarah Hirsch CREATIVE DIRECTION & DESIGN: Bleiweiss Design PHOTO DIRECTION: Rose Cefalu HEAD OF ADVERTISING & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: Rose Einstein einstein@televisionacademy.com FOUNDING PUBLISHER: Hank Rieger EDITORIAL ADVISER: Russ Patrick TELEVISION ACADEMY PRESIDENT AND COO: Maury McIntyre CFO AND EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT, BUSINESS OPERATIONS: Heather Cochran SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT, AWARDS: John Leverence SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT, MEDIA & BRAND MANAGEMENT: Susan Spencer VICE-PRESIDENT, AWARDS: Julie Shore VICE-PRESIDENT, EVENT PRODUCTION: Barb Held VICE-PRESIDENT, MARKETING: Laurel Whitcomb EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, TELEVISION ACADEMY FOUNDATION: Jodi Delaney PUBLIC RELATIONS REPRESENTATION: breakwhitelight LEGAL COUNSEL: Alan J. Epstein, Esq., and George E. Constantine, Esq., Venable LLP DIGITAL DIGITAL CONTENT PRODUCER: Melissa Byers SENIOR VIDEO PRODUCER: Angel Thompson SENIOR WEB DEVELOPER: Erwin Yuson LEADERSHIP CHAIRMAN: Frank Scherma VICE-CHAIR: Steve Venezia, CAS SECOND VICE-CHAIR: Tim Gibbons SECRETARY: Sharon Lieblein, CSA TREASURER: Allison Binder VICE-CHAIR, LOS ANGELES AREA: Mitch Waldow Board of Governors: Lesley Aletter, Eva Basler, Gary Baum, ASC, Bob Bergen, Daniel H.…

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bio pick high spy

A superstar in her native South Korea, she began her acting career in 2005 and quickly skyrocketed to fame as a rom-com actress in films and on television. Now she’s making the big leap to Hollywood: on the USA Network’s Treadstone, she plays a mild-mannered piano teacher in North Korea who is actually a covert CIA agent. The series, premiering October 15, takes place in the Bourne Identity universe and follows several sleeper spies around the globe, all of whom have been trained by the infamous black ops program to become superhuman assassins. “I’m a big fan of the Bourne series,” says Han, who believes viewers will relate to her character, even though she’s a killing machine. “She’s a strong, good woman — a normal housewife and mother who is struggling to…

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animal instincts

With four hit Agatha Christie adaptations on A+E and a new series, Dublin Murders, launching November 10 on Starz, British writer Sarah Phelps is the reigning Queen of Crime. But that’s not how she sees it. “People go crime, crime, crime,” she says. “Actually, what we’re talking about is character — why we do what we do. I don’t think of Christie as crime drama. I’m less interested in the murders than in the lies people tell around them — because that’s about human nature.” Dublin Murders is an eight-part adaptation of In the Woods and The Likeness, the first two books in Tana French’s Dublin Murder Squad series. Set in Ireland in 2006, at the height of the “Celtic Tiger” financial boom, it follows two murder investigations led by damaged detectives…

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the abc’s of sesame street’s first fifty years

It might have seemed like just fun and games with songs, but the program’s core mission has always been to help children grow smarter, stronger and kinder. “We’re making a show that has an impact on kids, helps them get ready for school, get ready for life and gives them a leg up — especially if they don’t have a formal preschool education,” executive producer Ben Lehmann says. He joined Sesame Street as a production assistant in 2001 and has gone on to direct and produce the show, winning two Primetime Emmys and eleven Daytime Emmys for his work there. With a star-studded fiftieth-anniversary special planned for November (airing on HBO and PBS), Lehmann shares some of his favorite things about the show’s first half-century, and he does so in classic Sesame…

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opening hearts, and doors

Did you read the one about the woman and her exceedingly attentive doorman? How about the couple who land in the hospital on their second date? Or the seniors who meet cute while jogging? The estranged lovers secretly pining for each other? The woman with bipolar disorder who struggles to pull off a date? These are some of the many personal essays that have run in The New York Times’s Modern Love column over the past fifteen years. Some were subsequently turned into podcasts. Now, in a collaboration between the Times and Amazon, eight have been transformed into a video anthology that launches on the streaming service October 18. “If they jumped out at me and made me smile or laugh or think or feel something, I was in,” says showrunner John Carney,…

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