The cast of Netflix’s Shadow and Bone on a bond that transcends the screen
Introducing our latest digital cover story with the cast of Netflix's Shadow and Bone — Jessie Mei Li, Amita Suman, Freddy Carter, Kit Young and Jack Wolfe, based on the best-selling Grishaverse novels by author Leigh Bardugo.
Squid Game and Money Heist’s Park Hae-soo takes Center Stage
He found international fame—and critical acclaim—as the calculated villain Cho Sang-Woo in the bloody dystopian thriller "Squid Game." So, now that Park Hae-soo can finally lay Player 218 to rest, what's next for the global phenom? Here, the South Korean actor talks to us about his responsibilit
A life between fantasy and reality for ‘The Witcher’ star Freya Allan
Freya Allan returns to The Witcher with brighter eyes, having seen and experienced more of what life has to offer, as once again, rather in correlation to her real life, her character Ciri too embarks on a journey of more surety with mentor Geralt of Rivia by her side.
Ash Santos on Netflix’s True Story, and beyond
Ash Santos is perhaps best known for her role as Emily in American Horror Story: Apocalypse, Ryan Murphy’s star-studded horror anthology. Now, the actress is poised to electrify audiences even further with brilliant performances in Netflix’s True Story and beyond.
Everything’s coming up sunny for Lucy Fry
Night Teeth's Lucy Fry on her affinity for period pieces and what genre she’d like to next explore.
Victoria Pedretti on the lessons she’s learned from Netflix’s YOU
Victoria Pedretti opens up about why she respects her character in Netflix's YOU, Love Quinn.
‘Sex Education’ star Aimee Lou Wood on personal growth through acting, alongside her character’s own evolution
Aimee Lou Wood on the next phase of change for her 'Sex Education' character, after her BAFTA-winning episodes in season two.
Megan Suri on what it is like to re-experience high school
Dress Alabama Blonde; Shoes Stuart Weitzman; Jewelry Beladora Photographs by Nolwen Cifuentes Styling by Amanda Lim/The Only Agency Drama. Lies. Family Troubles. And… Boys? They say high school is a scary place and luckily for Megan Suri, she gets to experience it all as Sherman Oaks’ newest