In an exclusive, heartfelt conversation, the star of HBO's new hit 'The Last of Us' speaks with showrunner Craig Mazin about learning her lines, the proto-feminism of 'Catherine Called Birdy,' and the importance of an "anxiety buddy."
After a breakthrough year with the 'Queer as Folk' reboot, a film making the festival rounds, and a new single, the actor is ready to hold themself and their collaborators to a higher standard.
As Nick Nelson, half of the couple at the center of Netflix's new breakout hit 'Heartstopper,' the English actor is honored to be part of a project depicting the beauty of queer love.
As the lead of 'Kung Fu,' the first drama with a cast of predominantly Asian descent on network television, the actor is carving a space for younger generations who look like her.
After finishing a groundbreaking eight-year run on 'black-ish' earlier this year, the young actor is showcasing a new side to Junior on its spinoff 'grown-ish' and expanding his dramatic roles.
Midway through her breakout year—after turns in 'The Batman' and 'The First Lady' and with two major films this fall—the actor is staying true to her calling of uplifting underrepresented narratives that she discovered back in high school.
After breaking out in a historic turn on 'Pose,' the actor and singer is intent on living life in Hollywood as her fullest self while representing her community and uplifting LGBTQ+ youth.
After a breakout role in the Australian indie 'Babyteeth,' the actor takes the lead with an emphatic star performance as Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols in Danny Boyle's new miniseries.
As one of the few sympathetic characters on Netflix's true-life scammer hit 'Inventing Anna,' the Tony nominee continues to push for the truth behind the facade.
In 'Station Eleven' and 'Don't Look Up,' the English actor faces, respectively, an apocalyptic pandemic and a comet aimed directly at Earth, and finds in both a call to action for communal solutions to our greatest crises.
As the abusive ex-boyfriend in Netflix's acclaimed miniseries 'Maid,' the Seattle native shines a light on the impossible situation faced by America's working class.
After years of playing a fictionalized version of herself, the actress is now an official co-writer for an episode of the HBO series, paving the way for a new future behind the camera.
As Cora, an escaped slave making her way to freedom, the South African actress journeys across an alternate antebellum South in Barry Jenkins's new series.