Creator of Netflix's political drama talks with EmmyWrap about flexible morality and characters that gain power from thinking outside of the box
Most talk about TV is still face-to-face... which gives us time to work on our online etiquette
With so many great shows competing, series that once would have been shoo-ins for nominations will be left out this year
"I do give a s--- whether they're attracted to them, and those are two fundamentally different things," he tells TheWrap
From the time of "All the President's Men" to his new "The Company You Keep," Redford says too many journalists are "following the money"
"House of Cards" creator Beau Willimon's new play, "The Parisian Woman," is set in Washington just like his "Farragut North"
Exit polls after Venice Film Festival debut of Clooney's political drama show mixed reaction
The Oscar-nominated actor will play an idealistic press secretary who works for a presidential candidate