If you're looking for a feel-good story to devour during quarantine, look no further than Ryan Murphy's 'Hollywood' on Netflix. It's a Hollywood rewrite of sorts that rethinks how the town could've (or should've?) been during the '40s.
One of the stellar performances in the limited series is given by Jeremy Pope, as a gay screenwriter with a dream to make it big and the chutzpah to do it in a way that makes the world take notice. Here's a piece I wrote about the talented, two-time Tony-nominated actor.