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The Woman Who Made Cannibalism Look Delicious

Artist Janice Poon was the lead food stylist on the cult-hit 'Hannibal'. Poon made even the most grisly murder look mouth-watering. Now she's taking her creativity to the kitchen with a new cook book for cannibals (sort of).
Carli Velocci
4.9.16
Interviews
Interviews

Gabrielle Ruiz of 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' on Hollywood Diversity and Boxed Water

Gabrielle Ruiz plays Valencia Perez on the CW's breakout hit "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend." We sat down with the former Broadway star to talk about her transition to TV, "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, and how good boxed water is.
Julie Kliegman
3.10.16
Television
Television

'Jersey Shore' Creator SallyAnn Salsano's Favorite Reality Show is the Elections

With shows like “The Real” and “Jersey Shore,” SallyAnn Salsano has brought people we rarely see on TV to the small screen. We talked to the reality TV producer about her new show, "Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition," the Kardashians, and...
Mitchell Sunderland
3.2.16
Television
Television

Growing Up as the Daughter of a Real Housewife

In an exclusive excerpt from Danielle Staub's forthcoming memoir, her daughter, Christine, recounts her childhood as the daughter of one of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey."
Christine Staub
2.16.16
Interviews
Interviews

'Full House' to the 'Underground' Slave Railroad: One Black Actress' Journey

Jurnee Smollet-Bell has appeared in some of the most well-loved series of the last decade, now she's starring in WGN's new dramatic thriller about the underground railroad. Smollet-Bell talks to Broadly about diversity, empowerment, and the Tanners.
Scott Neumyer
2.13.16
Television
Television

Connie Britton Is A Cool, Pushy Woman

We talked to the former matriarch of 'Friday Night Lights' about the notorious Faye Resnick, Hollywood Diversity, and being a cool mom.
Scott Neumyer
2.6.16
Television
Television

Watching 'American Crime Story' With a Celebrity Forensic Psychiatrist

We spent an afternoon with celebrity psychiatrist Carole Lieberman, M.D., to talk about O.J. Simpson, El Chapo and the color pink.
Cole Kazdin
2.3.16
Television
Television

Lili Taylor Talks 'American Crime', Independent Film in the 90s, and Birding

Taylor has a career filled with more bravura performances than just about anyone working in Hollywood. She also likes birding.
Scott Neumyer
1.17.16
reality tv
reality tv

The American Nightmare: I Worked in Reality TV and Almost Lost My Soul

All the weird, sordid secrets I learned from three days of working as an associate producer on a reality show about the cutthroat, big-haired world of figure skating.
Jonathan Parks-Ramage
1.5.16
reality tv
reality tv

This Is How 'Flavor of Love' Exploited the Worst Stereotypes of Black Women

In an excerpt from "Real Sister: Stereotypes, Respectability, and Black Women in Reality TV," African American studies professor LaToya Jefferson-James revisits the love saga of New York and Flavor Flav.
LaToya Jefferson-James
12.18.15
Television
Television

Blushing with Sexism: The Makeup Secrets of Fox News

How Fox News' elaborate makeup process reflects and reinforces the network's treatment of women.
Haley Potiker
11.25.15
LGBT
LGBT

New Report Says Diversity on TV Is Better, But Still Not Great

The results of GLAAD's 'Where We Are on TV' report show we've got a long way to go toward adequate LGBT visibility in media.
Diana Tourjée
10.27.15