Director Regina King, screenwriter Kemp Powers and stars Leslie Odom Jr., Aldis Hodge, Kingsley Ben-Adir and Eli Goree talk acclaimed new drama "One Night in Miami."
Despite a global pandemic, there was still a major influx of talent on screens in 2020.
Presented by Citi. Stars and creators of AMC's Soulmates (Kingsley Ben-Adir, Sonya Cassidy, Shamier Anderson, Laia Costa, Betsy Brandt, and Brett Goldstein) gather with moderator Jessica Radloff at PaleyFest Fall TV Previews 2020 to celebrate their show. Topics include: how Goldstein and co-creator William Bridges crafted the series while pondering their own dissimilar love lives; Cassidy's skepticism about the idea of a destined perfect mate; the alarming idea of an artificial intelligence that "knows you better than you know yourself"; the question of personal choice versus predetermined fate; the show's matter-of-fact embrace of diversity and many different kinds of romantic relationships; Brandt's "incredibly fun" experience with her challenging, unusual character; Ben-Adir's chemistry and bonding sessions with onscreen wife Sarah Snook; why Anderson chose to avoid reading ahead in order to authentically portray Adam's surprises; creating a world set 15 years into the future while avoiding an overtly science-fiction tone; the show's message of being content with oneself before entering into a relationship; and the series' efforts to encourage more thoughtful conversations about love and partnerships.