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Emmy Magazine

Issue #7 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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Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
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welcome

The Television Academy takes great pride in the fact that the Emmy Award is a global brand recognized as the highest symbol of excellence in the television industry. Closer to home, the equally prestigious Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards ceremony honors local news, sports and other programming produced within the Los Angeles broadcast market. As a longtime southern California resident, I can attest to the quality and variety of the programming from our local stations. Just as impressive is their commitment to community outreach and serving the diverse populations in our region. I was reminded of this on May 20, when I had the pleasure of visiting KCBS/KCAL to surprise president–general manager Steve Mauldin with the news that the stations had been chosen to receive the 2019 Los Angeles Area Governors Award for…

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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…

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raising the stakes

In season seven of Suits, Jessica Pearson left New York and corporate law to ride off into the sunset and live near her family in Chicago. But that wasn’t the end of her — thanks to actress Gina Torres. Though she was initially ready to say goodbye to the character (apart from a few guest appearances), Torres soon came up with an idea for a spinoff. “I was home one day, obsessed with the 2016 presidential race, and my brain started spinning,” she recalls. In that moment, she pondered how Pearson would fit into the world of politics. She put together a pitch, shared it with Suits creator Aaron Korsh and executive producer Daniel Arkin, and Pearson was born. The show, which premieres July 17 on USA Network, explores the corrupt world…

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hustle and heart

Before he got the thumbs up, Dalmar Abuzeid was all nerves, waiting to hear if he’d won the role of Sebastian “Bash” Lacroix. The Canadian actor wondered if he’d pulled off the tricky Trinidadian accent. “When I got the news that I was selected,” he says, “I was just over the moon.” Bash was the first black character on Netflix’s Anne with an E. He debuted in season two of the dark, sensational adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s beloved 1908 novel, Anne of Green Gables. “There is a fire in his heart to do great things,” Abuzeid says of the Afro-Caribbean laborer who befriends sweet, naive Gilbert Blythe (Lucas Jade Zumann). “I got to explore this kind of hardworking, honest but also playful character that reflects sides of myself that I really…

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lives on the line

“Even before we’ve gone on the air, our project has already changed someone’s life,” Ann Curry says. “I know we have something powerful that will help people.” That project is Chasing the Cure, a weekly series about solving medical mysteries. Owing to privacy rules, Curry — who hosts and executive-produces — won’t say more about the project’s first success, which occurred during an early run-through, but it was enough to make her a proselyte. “Millions of people are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed because they are limited by living in a silo of geography,” she says, noting that many in rural areas lack access to specialists and current diagnostic equipment. As a result, treatment is sometimes delayed or not offered at all. Even people in large urban areas are often misdiagnosed. Chasing the Cure…

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ready to rise

On her first trip to Europe last fall, Angela Lewis marveled at the snowy view from the top of Switzerland’s famed Jungfrau. Meanwhile, critics have been marveling at Lewis, cited as a standout as Aunt Louie in FX’s Snowfall, where a very different kind of snow blankets 1980s South Los Angeles. The series, which returns July 10 for season three, traces the origins and CIA orchestration of the crack epidemic. Louie’s nephew Franklin (Damson Idris) plays a central role in bringing the drug to L.A., and she both protects and corrupts him. Lewis hails from Detroit, where supportive parents and an extended family helped spark her early love for the arts. She earned her BFA in acting at the University of Michigan and has had guest roles on such series as The…

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