Drew Tarver of "The Other Two" plays a struggling actor whose little brother makes it big. His character does not handle that well, he says in this video.
The English actor, known for roles in "Pride & Prejudice" and "Howard's End" takes on an American accent for the sometimes slimy Tom Wambsgans.
Sara Gilbert talks to the Los Angeles Times about "The Conners," moving on after "Roseanne" and her departure from "The Talk."
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson of 'Broad City' discuss the end of their beloved Comedy Central show at a Los Angeles Times Envelope Live event.
Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle, the co-creators and stars of Hulu’s “PEN15,” talk about bringing the cringe-inducing realness of middle school to TV.
The third season of NBC's "This Is Us," travels back to Jack Pearson's (Milo Ventimiglia) life-shaping Vietnam experience, which the actor discusses in a video
Christina Hendricks, star of NBC's "Good Girls," chats about her show's mash-up of genres and tones, and the complexity of her character in this video.
“Saturday Night Live” veteran Molly Shannon dropped by the Los Angeles Times video studio for an Emmy chat about her Comedy Central series, “The Other Two.”
Actress Marin Hinkle recalls the mad dash to learn French as Season 2 of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" sent her character off to Paris.
Jared Harris talks about starring in the searing HBO drama "Chernobyl" and a career that has included a breathtakingly wide assortment of characters, including many who die mid-story.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar was drawn to the parent-child relationship at the heart of "The Passage," he says in this video. But the fighting was fun too.
One of TV’s best-loved breakout characters, Anthony Carrigan's NoHo Hank on "Barry" is an America-loving Chechen mobster.
Eric Bana plays the real-life "Dirty John" who sweeps a wealthy businesswoman off her feet — setting into motion a whirlwind romance with a deadly ending,
The dynamic between Det. Wayne Hays and his wife, played by Carmen Ejogo in 'True Detective' became crucial to the story.
Fran is the self-assured best friend to Aidy Bryant's Annie on the Hulu series "Shrill." But will she soften up as the show progresses?
Kate Beckinsale plays the bereaved title character in the streaming series "The Widow," a woman who finds reserves of strength when the story takes a twist.
Manny Jacinto's character Jason Mendoza on “The Good Place” doesn't fit the American stereotype of an Asian male — he's ripped, good-looking and dumb as a rock.
Topher Grace, best known for "That '70s Show" and "BlacKkKlansman," hopes for a viral hit with the NatGeo miniseries adaptation of "The Hot Zone."
Ralph Macchio stars in "Cobra Kai," the television sequel to his "Karate Kid" movies. The YouTube Premium series has been well-received by critics.
Lily Collins, who stars in "Masterpiece's" adaptation of "Les Miserables," describes the intense preparation and process of playing the doomed seamstress Fantine in the PBS production.
As Emmy voters consider their favorite performances from the last year, we chat with some of the contenders in the acting categories and beyond.
Trevor Noah of ‘The Daily Show’ discusses covering the 2020 presidential election, his love of stand-up and the act of laughing itself in a video conversation.
Elizabeth Olsen and Mamoudou Athie of Facebook Watch’s “Sorry for Your Loss” stopped by the L.A. Times video studio to talk about how its themes affected them.
"Catastrophe" co-creator and star Sharon Horgan talks about ending the critically acclaimed series: "It still feels like it's in my life."
Actress Joey King talks in this video about the mental journey she had to undergo for her role as Gypsy Rose Blanchard in Hulu's "The Act."
Richard Madden of "Bodyguard" (and late of "Game of Thrones") discusses his award-winning portrayal in the thriller, and the hazards of wearing too much - or too little-- in this video.
When it came to playing Pixelon founder Michael Fenne in National Geographic’s new series, Steve Zahn’s goal wasn’t to imitate. Watch our video interview.
"This Is Us" star Michael Angarano is too young to have experienced the Vietnam War. So is his father. But he talks about finding ways to relate to the stress and tension of the time as tragic figure Nick, brother of Jack (Milo Ventimiglia).
Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, sits down for an Emmy contenders chat covering "Knightfall," Chucky, the Joker, trolling fans, and much more. And yes, he talks a little about 'Star Wars.'
Grammy winner and two-time Tony nominee Andrew Rannells chats with The Times in this video about "Black Monday" and his new book of essays, "Too Much Is Not Enough."
With five Emmy nominations and 14 seasons under her belt, "So You Think You Can Dance" host Cat Deeley still loves her job.