The disheveled garb of [i]The Walking Dead[/i]’s survivors is actually carefully designed to inform character arcs and storyline. Costume designer Eulyn Womble lifts the veil on how wardrobe impacts narrative, and how she keeps zombie hunting just a little bit sexy.
The Walking Dead/Co.Create Zombie Business School continues. Last time, we discussed how companies could take their branding cues from the way the zombie apocalypse show rallied between seasons. In this installment, executive producer Glen Mazzara talks about how running The Walking Dead helped shape his managerial style, and how that can translate to traditional business.
Breaking Bad’s Mark Margolis earned an Emmy nomination for his near-wordless portrayal of Tio Salamanca. Here, what you can learn from him about creative limitations, acting without speaking and mastering drool.
On "Breaking Bad," expert use of sound amplifies a menacing undertone while helping advance the story. Supervising sound editor Nick Forshager explains how the show’s suspenseful soundscapes come together.
As "Mad Men" and other shows based in the 1960s dot the fall TV lineup, those of us who actually work in the ad industry are translating those shows' themes to the here and now. What should we be thinking about on behalf of our brands?
Yesterday, ABC Daytime made the announcement that they were ending two of their three long-running soap operas, All My Children and One Life to Live, in favor of a cooking show and a "lifestyle transformation" show.
Caseta wants to transform the fledgling cable channel IFC into a major media player by acquiring critically acclaimed, low-rated series such as Freaks and Geeks, while also producing original programs, including the soon-to-be-launched Onion News Network.