How ‘1883,’ ‘The Gilded Age’ Production Designers Went Back in Time

‘Bridgerton’ and ‘Ghosts’ also brought historical eras to contemporary screens with the help of inventive production designers, who re-created locations ranging from Regency-era England to post-Civil War America. ‘1883’ (Paramount+) (Photo Courtesy of Cary White) Production designer Cary White describes Taylor Sheridan’s prequel to Yellowstone as “one of the hardest” series he’d ever worked on, noting the project involved traveling to the various states along … Continue reading How ‘1883,’ ‘The Gilded Age’ Production Designers Went Back in Time

Shonda Rhimes Is Ready to “Own Her S***”: The Game-Changing Showrunner

I am the highest-paid showrunner in television. Three years into her groundbreaking deal and with her first projects finally arriving, the uber writer-producer talks about meeting her own high expectations and a newfound passion for her work: “Now I just want to enjoy this.” Shonda Rhimes was tired of the battles. She was producing some 70 hours of annual television in 256 territories; she was … Continue reading Shonda Rhimes Is Ready to “Own Her S***”: The Game-Changing Showrunner