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    Jammers, Get Ready for ‘Playing House’ Season 2!

    Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair are back as America's favorite friendsbians when "Playing House" returns to USA Aug. 4—but New Yorkers have the chance to see them live on Aug. 5!

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    8 Questions With...Jon Voight

    The Oscar-winning “Ray Donovan” star tells Backstage what he learned about people while selling encyclopedias, and the hilariously horrifying audition he had when he was first starting out as an actor.

  • News

    UPDATE: L.A. Pilot Season

    It seems California’s runaway productions aren’t running so fast. According to the nonprofit organization FilmL.A., SoCal has lost little ground to other states doling out tax credits like candy (i.e. Georgia, Louisiana).

  • Interview

    Jason O’Mara’s Unquenchable Curiosity on ‘Complications’

    The actor—seen earlier this year in “Sons of Liberty” and now at the center of USA’s new drama—talks about renewing is craft and what makes a performer a success.

  • Interview

    6 Questions With…Susan Lucci

    Since leaving behind “All My Children’s” iconic Erica Kane in 2011, Susan Lucci has stepped into another great role on Lifetime’s “Devious Maids,” now in its third season.

  • News

    20 Funny Actors Worthy of an Emmy Nom

    We’re not arguing that Julia Louis-Dreyfus isn’t awesome on “Veep,” but here are 20 other actors who have never won an Emmy for their performances that deserve to at least be nominated this year!

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    20 Dramatic Actors Worthy of an Emmy Nom

    We’re not arguing that Jon Hamm isn’t awesome on “Mad Men,” but here are 20 other actors who are maybe not on everyone’s Emmy short lists but deserve to at least be nominated this year!

  • Interview

    2 Keys to Acting Success From Pablo Schreiber

    Starring on HBO’s political satire “The Brink,” the actor reflects on his tools for maintaining his newfound comedy fame, moving away from the “heaviness” of his former roles, and the legacy of “Pornstache.”

  • Interview

    Amanda Peet on ‘Togetherness’ and Auditioning

    Amanda Peet has been a welcome presence in film and TV for the last decade, but she’s doing superlative work on HBO’s “Togetherness.” We spoke to her about landing the role, Season 2, and her worst audition.

  • News

    WATCH: Andrew Rannells’ 7 Favorite Things Streaming on HBO Now

    In this exclusive video, Andrew Rannells (“Girls,” “The Book of Mormon”) counts down his seven favorite TV episodes, films, and documentaries streaming on HBO’s new Internet service, HBO Now!