Surprise: Big Little Lies and Stranger Things made the cut—and so did Martha Stewart.
So many ensemble shows are in the Emmys race this year that more actors will likely be battling with their co-stars for that gold trophy that tells them they’re excellent at what they do. The best solution is to take it to Fight Club.
The wonderful Sarah Paulson won her first Emmy Sunday night for the role of Marcia Clark in The People v O.J. Simpson.
During the most stuffy, requisite segment of the Emmys—when the accountants fulfill their obligation to appear on stage to explain how the voting ballots work—Leslie Jones hi-jacked their speech to talk about Twitter trolls.
As Kate McKinnon was accepting her Emmy for Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Sunday night, she thanked both current and past cast members of Saturday Night Live, as well as Lorne Michaels. McKinnon’s speech, half-bleeped and appreciative, was fine, but overshadowed ever-so-slightly by Julia Louis-Dreyfus’…
The red carpet is the time for spontaneous moments that make for great live television. Unfortunately for Terrence Howard, things got a little too candid on the red carpet of the Emmy Awards Sunday night.
If you’re wondering why the sci-fi drama Orphan Black needs a trailer set to techno (trance, really), blame BBC America’s quirkiness, which they’ve already proven with the clone series’s Bowie-esque theme song. Even with a cheeky soundtrack, the snippet still gives a glimpse into what we can expect from Season 4 of…
Viola Davis made history on Sunday evening as the first woman of color to ever win Outstanding Actress in a drama series for her role in How to Get Away with Murder.
At the National Women’s History Museum’s fourth annual Women Making History Brunch, Viola Davis gave an inspiring speech about being able to represent women of color through her work. “I understand that acting is not rocket science. I do. But I do feel that it’s an important art form,” said Davis. “It is my mission in…
Grab a bottle of rosé and gather 'round because it is time for the 2014 Emmy Awards. Let's watch very highly paid celebrities attempt to stay on their best behavior!
On the Emmy Awards red carpet on Sunday night, Lena Dunham wore a teal floral-print Prada gown and Claire Danes showed up in Armani. One's sartorial choice was panned, the other's lauded. Challenge: write about either woman's appearance without inducing knee jerk accusations of bodysnarking/thin shaming. YOU CAN'T DO…
Last night at the 65th annual Emmy Awards, there were plenty of nice, safe, beautiful gowns… But the red carpet also saw a few ugly dresses and ill-conceived ensembles. Let's just jump right in, shall we?
Thursday morning's announcement of Emmy Award nominations went even further in proving that television is the place to be if you're a woman: Kerry Washington got nominated for her role on Shonda Rhimes's fantastically soapy Scandal.
Leonard Nimoy's appearance as the president of television during tonight's Emmy's intro seemed a bit random, and here's why: The role was supposed to be played by Alec Baldwin. Alec worked with the program's writers on a joke that referenced the investigation into phone hacking at Rupert Murdoch's tabloids. Fox…
What, you thought the stars could get away with one outfit? Hardly: they all changed for HBO's afterparty at The Plaza at the Pacific Design Center!
Tracie will be here at 8pmEST to live blog the Emmy Awards for you, but until then, feel free to hang out here and mock, praise, and discuss the red carpet ensembles of the Emmy attendees with your fellow commenters.
With awards show experts like Tom O'Neil claiming that 30 Rock and Mad Men will clean up at tonight's Emmys, I thought perhaps we should forget about predicting winners and start predicting other things to keep an eye on tonight.