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In partnership with The Hollywood Reporter, SundanceTV presents roundtable discussions with the stars, showrunners and producers of the year's most acclaimed series. Each hourlong episode features nominees in specific award categories, with the season's first half presenting leading Emmy contenders and other top stars, while the second half shows interviews with Oscar-nominated actors, directors, producers, and more. Past panelists include Amy Schumer ("Inside Amy Schumer"), Lena Dunham ("Girls"), Lizzy Caplan ("Masters of Sex"), Taraji P. Henson ("Empire"), Timothy Hutton ("American Crime"), Jon Voight ("Ray Donovan"), Don Cheadle ("House of Lies") and Jordan Peele ("Key & Peele").

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Marti Noxon, Sam Esmail, Nic Pizzolatto, Steven Canals, Sera Gamble and John Singleton discuss the challenges in creating a drama series today.
aired 110 days ago
Jerrod Carmichael, Bill Hader, Chuck Lorre, David Mandel, Alan Yang and Tanya Saracho discuss creating a comedy for television.
aired 117 days ago
Hugh Grant, Diego Luna, Billy Porter, Sam Rockwell, Stephan James and Richard Madden discuss the craft of acting.
aired 124 days ago
Patricia Arquette, Christine Baranski, Danai Gurira, Niecy Nash, Michelle Williams and Emilia Clarke discuss the craft of acting.
aired 130 days ago
Jim Carrey, Don Cheadle, Ted Danson, Sacha Baron Cohen, Timothy Simons and Henry Winkler discuss the craft of acting.
aired 138 days ago
Regina Hall, Natasha Lyonne, Maya Rudolph, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Tiffany Haddish, Alex Borstein and Jane Fonda discuss acting in a comedy role.
aired 257 days ago
Julie Cohen, Rashida Jones, Bing Liu, Morgan Neville, E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Tim Wardle discuss documentary filmmaking.
aired 264 days ago
David Crosby, Kesha, Tim McGraw, Boots Riley, Mark Ronson and Diane Warren discuss the craft of songwriting.
aired 272 days ago
Bo Burnham, Peter Farrelly, Tamara Jenkins, John Krasinski, Eric Roth and Paul Schrader discuss the craft of screenwriting.
aired 277 days ago
Ceci Dempsey, Bill Gerber, Kevin Feige, Paul Greengrass, Nina Jacobson and Gabriela Rodriguez discuss their work as film producers.
aired 285 days ago
Glenn Close, Lady Gaga, Kathryn Hahn, Nicole Kidman, Regina King and Rachel Weisz discuss the craft of acting.
aired 290 days ago
A round-table discussion with the stars, showrunners and producers of acclaimed TV series.
aired 299 days ago
Directors Ryan Coogler, Bradley Cooper, Alfonso CuarĂ³n, Marielle Heller, Yorgos Lanthimos and Spike Lee discuss the challenges and triumphs of filmmaking.
aired 459 days ago
Six of TV's most talented showrunners talk about race in the writers' room, shooting awkward sex scenes and killing off favorite characters.
aired 466 days ago
Six top TV creators talk about pushing boundaries in comedy, what inspires them creatively, and writing for networks versus streaming and cable.
aired 473 days ago
Seven top film and TV creators talk about blending genres, expanding fictional universes and the responsibility of casting the right actors.
aired 481 days ago
Six top dramatic actresses talk about the power of playing strong female characters and navigating nude scenes on set.
aired 487 days ago
Six of television's most sought-after dramatic actors sit for a candid conversation about advice, lucky breaks and the key to longevity in Hollywood.
aired 495 days ago
Six of television's funniest women talk about pushing creative boundaries, their most memorable auditions and the power of saying no.
aired 502 days ago
Six of television's funniest actors talk about their creative process and what it's like making comedy in the current climate.

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