Actress Rachel Brosnahan who scored an Emmy nomination for her role on Netflix's "House of Cards," discusses her new Amazon series, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." The show chronicles a mother's surprising career turn in the 1950s from housewife to stand up comedian. We speak with Rachel about the stark contrast from her dark character on "House of Cards" to her new comedic role. The actress adds that comedy was not a direction she saw herself going in initially but notes her excitement about the new character. Brosnahan talks her dramatic audition, in which she ended up performing while she was very sick. We speak about what it is like working for writer, producer, and director of "Maisel," Amy Sherman-Palladino, who also created "Gilmore Girls." Rachel notes her love for Amy and her on-set leadership. Rachel also weighs in on the controversy around Kevin Spacey, adding that she did not have screen time with the actor when starring on "House of Cards." But she says she is "in awe" of the women and men that are speaking out about these experiences.