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Stars Spill on Worst Auditions and Fan-ing Out at 2017 BAFTA Tea Party

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Have you ever bombed a job interview? Well, you’re not alone. Anglophenia’s Maude Garrett caught up with the stars of The Handmaid’s Tale, This is Us, Westworld, and more at the 2017 BAFTA Tea Party, where they spilled on their worst auditions ever before hitting the Emmys. Vice Principals’ Kimberly Hebert Gregory gets the full […]

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‘Top of the Lake: China Girl’ Stars Reveal their Mothers’ Best Advice

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Anglophenia’s Sharon Carpenter hit the red carpet premiere of Sundance’s Top of the Lake: China Girl with stars Elisabeth Moss, Gwendoline Christie, Alice Englert, and writer/director Jane Campion. Moss, who plays Detective Robin Griffin, is having a white-hot year so far, most notably also starring as Offred in The Handmaid’s Tale. Here she draws parallels between the two women she calls […]

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13 Reasons Why You Need to Watch ‘Class’

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Welcome to Coal Hill Academy, where prom decorations may just be interrupted by a deadly monster attack. Class, BBC America’s thrilling new series, premiered last Saturday at 10/9c (immediately following the series premiere of Doctor Who). If you’re a fan of The Doctor and his adventures, the smart combination of high school drama and sci-fi, or […]

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Q&A with ‘Africa’ Producer Mike Gunton (Part Three)

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Mike Gunton is a British television producer at the BBC’s Natural History Unit — the largest team dedicated to wildlife film-making in the world. Gunton first joined the unit back in 1987 to work alongside fellow naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, on Trials of Life. In the decades since, he’s served as executive producer on a […]

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Q&A with ‘Africa’ Producer Mike Gunton (Part Two)

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Mike Gunton is a British television producer at the BBC’s Natural History Unit — the largest team dedicated to wildlife film-making in the world. Gunton first joined the unit back in 1987 to work alongside fellow naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, on Trials of Life. In the decades since, he’s served as executive producer on a […]

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Q&A with ‘Africa’ Producer Mike Gunton (Part One)

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Mike Gunton is a British television producer at the BBC’s Natural History Unit — the largest team dedicated to wildlife film-making in the world. Gunton first joined the unit back in 1987 to work alongside fellow naturalist, Sir David Attenborough, on Trials of Life. In the decades since, he’s served as executive producer on a […]

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