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A visibly elated Regina King stepped backstage shortly after accepting her third Emmy, her first in the lead acting category for best actress in a limited series or movie for her role in the Netflix crime drama Seven Seconds.
“My heart is giggling still,” said King.
Speaking to reporters backstage at the Microsoft Thea…
“Really?” said a breathless and clearly shocked Regina King after taking the stage to accept her Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for Netflix’s Seven Seconds. “OMG, Say word?! Oh, my god. Okay, so I dropped lipstick on my dress and I was down there trying to get it out,” said King.
To follow up her acclaimed Netflix limited series Seven Seconds, which brought Regina King her fourth Emmy nomination, Veena Sud decided to wade into darkness once more with Toronto-premiering drama The Lie, placing a magnifying glass on a parent's worst fears.
Starring Mireille Enos, Peter Sarsgaard and The Kissing Bo…
By Matt Grobar
‘Seven Seconds’ Allowed Regina King To Marry Her Philanthropy To Her Artistry – Awardsline Screening Series
Regina King can do no wrong. A favorite of the Television Academy with back-to-back-to-back Emmy nominations for John Ridley's American Crime—an anthology series in which she played a different character every season—the actress is back in the running this year with Veena Sud's Netflix drama Seven Seconds. But there…
By Matt Grobar
Regina King hasn’t missed a beat when it comes to Emmy nominations despite switching shows. For the fourth year in a row, the actress was recognized by the Television Academy, and for the first time in the lead acting category for best actress in a limited series or movie for her role in the Netflix crime drama, Seven…
‘Seven Seconds’ Creator Veena Sud On How Lack Of Asian American Representation Influenced Her Career
As Hollywood attempts to move the needle more and more on the gauge of diversity and inclusion, Veena Sud is doing her part to make sure that she is doing her part to not only put more stories from marginalized communities on the screen, but to make those narratives resonate with all audiences.
As the showrunner of Net…
With Industry Still In The Diversity “Stone Age”, ‘Seven Seconds’ Creator Veena Sud Calls For Systemic Change — Guest Column
When I started writing TV in 2002, I was mentored by a good man and later hired by a great woman, neither of whom viewed this woman of color as a charity case but as a writer, plain and simple. I was wildly lucky. Fellow writers coming up at the same time were not as fortunate. In just one example, a friend of a friend…
By Veena Sud
Netflix is not moving forward with a second season of crime drama Seven Seconds, created and executive produced by The Killing‘s Veena Sud. With the cancellation, Seven Seconds is expected to be submitted in the category of Limited Series-Drama for Emmy consideration.
"We loved working with Veena Sud, Regina King and…
Time is in many ways of the essence with The Killing creator Veena Sud's Seven Seconds. Launching on February 23, the Netflix anthology series starts with the accidental killing of a black teen by a white Jersey City cop and turns to the ugly places with a bigoted wall of blue cover-up, family fallout, our clearly…
The logline: In an instant, life is forever changed for Brenton Butler and his family. After a white cop accidentally hits and critic…
Written by Sud, Seven Seconds is based on the 2013 Russian action movie The Major (Майор). Tensions run high between African-American citizens and Caucasian police in Jersey City, where a teenage African-American boy is critically injured by…
Michael Mosley has signed on for a regular role in the 10-episode Netflix crime drama Seven Seconds. Also cast in the series, from The Killing creator Veena Sud and Fox 21 TV Studios, is Patrick Murney (Public Morals).
In Seven Seconds, written by Sud, tensions run high between African American citizens and Caucasian…
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