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Variety TV FYC Fest Recap: Virtual Reality Dramas, a ‘Frasier’ Reunion, TV Icons and Creators Talk the Future of Television

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Check out a few of the conversations below: As part of the Variety TV FYC Fest, Dakota Fanning (“Ripley”), Jennifer Jason Leigh (‘Fargo”), Ricky Martin (“Palm Royale”), Lewis Pullman (“Outer Range”), Lisa Ann Walter (“Abbot Elementary”) and Greta Lee (“The Moring Show”) joined Variety senior TV features editor Emily Longeretta to discuss their supporting roles on some of this year’s hottest television shows.

Leigh joined the fifth season of “Fargo” this year as billionaire CEO Lorraine Lyon, a character she first interpreted as a “juicy villain.” But as the seven months of shooting went on, she began to appreciate the “incredible arch” of her character and relished the opportunity to “get inside this woman who really is so different and kind of phenomenal.” “I learned a lot about myself.

I learned a lot about other people,” Leigh said. “She’s always looking down at everyone, so even if she’s the shortest person in the room, she can figure out a way to look down her nose at everyone, and she’s got the heart of a lion.” During Variety‘s “Meet the Makers: ‘Quiet on Set'” panel on Thursday, Senior TV Features Editor Emily Longeretta spoke with co-executive producers and directors, Mary Robertson and Emma Schwart, and executive producer Kate Taylor about the series’ investigation into allegations of child actors being mistreated on set in the 1990s and 2000s.

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