FREEZE FRAME -- March 6, 2017

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FREEZE FRAME -- March 6, 2017

(From l.): Matthew Rhys, FX Networks president and CEO John Landgraf, Keri Russell and Noah Emmerich at the New York season-five premiere of FX’s The Americans.

Announcing the NAMIC Vision Awards nominations at The Walter Kaitz Foundation’s Hollywood Creative Forum 8.0 VIP Reception (l. to r.): Eglon Simons, CEO, NAMIC; presenters Donnell Turner of ABC’s General Hospital, Danielle Vega of Hulu’s East Los High and Amrit Singh of Revolt; and David Porter, executive director, Walter Kaitz Foundation.

Announcing the new team of MythBusters at Science Channel’s live MythBusters: The Search telecast from Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, N.J. (l. to r.): John Luscombe, EVP and GM, Beyond Television Productions; the new team of Jonathan Lung and Brian Louden; and Marc Etkind, GM, Science Channel.

Aldis Hodge of WGN America’s Underground mingles with an audience member during the season two premiere screening of the series at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.

Celebrating the taping of the 100th episode of Freeform’s Baby Daddy (l. to r.): director Michael Lembeck; Tahj Mowry; Jean-Luc Bilodeau; Dan Berendsen, creator/executive producer; Chelsea Kane; Melissa Peterman; Derek Theler; Tom Ascheim, president, Freeform; and Jennifer Gerstenblatt, VP, Freeform programming.

The Paley Center for Media and Essence hosted Black Women in Hollywood’s “The Power of Our Presence” exhibit and 10th anniversary reception in Beverly Hills, Calif. (l. to r.): Velicia Woods, Minority Business Development Agency; Michelle Ebanks, Essence Communciations; Ken McNeely, AT&T California; and Vanessa De Luca, editor in chief, Essence.

At the Washington, D.C., screening of TV One original movie MEDIA (l. to r.): cast member Brian White; Cathy Hughes, founder and chairman, Radio One; and cast members Stephen Bishop and Blue Kimble.

Entertainment Studios chairman and CEO Byron Allen (l.) and Kris Jenner at Byron Allen’s First Annual Entertainment Studios Gala, held on Oscars Sunday.

On the Hollywood Radio and Television Society’s panel on NBC’s “Must See TV” of the 1990s (l. to r.): Dave Ferrara, executive director, HRTS; Rick Rosen, WME; Warren Littlefield, executive producer, FX’s Fargo; Karey Burke, Freeform; Preston Beckman, The Beckman Group; Robin Schwartz, Big Beach; Kevin Reilly, TBS & TNT; David Nevins, Showtime Networks; Eric Schrier, FX Networks and president, HRTS Executive Board; and Marc Korman, WME Entertainment and VP, HRTS Executive Board.

(From l.): Carly Chaikin of Syfy’s Mr. Robot, Chris Hardwick of Comedy Central’s @Midnight and AMC’s Talking Dead, and Lydia Hearst at the “Vanity Fair and Lancome Toast to the Hollywood Issue” event at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.