TV Interviews

Emma Myers is getting the hang of fame: “‘Wednesday’ was a big, overnight change”

On fame, fandom and what's next for Netflix's teen goth hit

How Rapman made Netflix’s best new show (with help from UK rap don Ghetts)

'Supacell', out today, blends Black British culture with superhero thrills

Ghost tell us about new film ‘RITE HERE RITE NOW’: “The story goes far longer back than what we’ve exposed”

Frontman Tobias Forge and director Alex Ross Perry tell us about their epic and why "Ghost as a band is like a planet and the story is like the moon"

Dafne Keen on her Star Wars debut: “‘The Acolyte’ is about power and identity”

The galaxy far, far away's newest face is a blockbuster franchise veteran

TNA wrestler Joe Hendry on his theme song charting: “I’ve achieved both of my dreams in one”

"Now it's just about proving that I can do it again and it's not a fluke and a one-hit wonder," he told NME

Soundtrack Of My Life: Henry Winkler

'Barry' and 'Happy Days' star who defined a generation of cool

Steven Knight on ‘This Town’ and his big-budget ‘Peaky Blinders’ movie

From Coventry's two-tone icons to the baddest gangsters in Brum

Ryu Da-in on ‘Pyramid Game’: “School violence cannot be justified”

The actress chats with NME about what it was like playing a righteous character full of contradictions and how she prepared for the role

‘Twisted Metal’ star Stephanie Beatriz: “I forgot that I have to remember lines!”

From being hunted by alligators to acting without lines, the post-apocalyptic comedy was a wild one to film

How Benioff and Weiss put ‘Game Of Thrones’ behind them

The minds behind TV's biggest ever show have served up another ambitious epic