This fall could mark a watershed moment for actors of color on American television.
Aside from new lead roles for veteran performers such as Tea Leoni and Viola Davis, the number of female performers on TV is decreasing, according to study Boxed In.
Julius Tennon talks to Backstage about co-founding his multi-ethnic production company and what it can mean for actors of different races.
Lauren Vélez, who plays Capt. Maria LaGuerta in "Dexter," calls Viola Davis' performance in "Intimate Apparel" " ... one of the most beautifully acted ... " she's ever seen.