Starz treated Emmy voters to an all-day FYC event at the Century City Mall in Los Angeles on June 2, featuring panel discussions for their top contenders. The casts and crews of “American Gods,” “America to Me,” “Now Apocalypse,” “Outlander,” “Power,” “The Spanish Princess” and “Vida” took audience members behind the scenes to discuss their work. Following the talks, which were hosted by Page Six TV’s Bevy Smith and Elizabeth Wagmeister, attendees toured interactive displays from those shows in the shopping center’s open-air plaza. Click on the titles below to be see videos of their full Q&A discussions.
“American Gods”: Stars Ricky Whittle, Yetide Badaki, Mousa Kraish and Omid Abtahi; director Salli Richardson-Whitfield; and writer-producer Rodney Barnes discuss this fantasy series about mythical gods and modern deities who walk amongst humans.
“America to Me”: Director-producer-cinematographer-editor Steve James, director-cinematographer Bing Liu and subject Jada Buford discuss this documentary series about a progressive public school in Chicago’s Oak Park neighborhood.
“Now Apocalypse”: Stars Avan Jogia, Kelli Berglund, Beau Mirchoff and Roxane Mesquida, and director-creator Gregg Araki discuss this comedy series about sex, fame and the end of the world.
“Outlander”: Stars Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin; executive producers Maril Davis and Toni Graphia; and production designer Jon Gary Steele discuss this fantasy series about a British combat nurse from the 20th century who’s transported back to the 18th century.
“Power”: Stars Omari Hardwick and Lela Loren, and executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson discuss this drama series about a wealthy New York nightclub owner living a secret life as a drug kingpin.
“The Spanish Princess”: Stars Charlotte Hope, Stephanie Levi-John and Nadia Parks, and executive producers Emma Frost and Matthew Graham discuss this limited series about Catherine of Aragon‘s journey to the English throne.
“Vida”: Stars Mishel Prada, Melissa Barrera and Ser Anzoategui, and creator Tanya Saracho discuss this comedy series about two Mexican-American sisters sorting out their lives after their mother’s death.
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