Surprise: Big Little Lies and Stranger Things made the cut—and so did Martha Stewart.
Asia Kate Dillon has been terrific as Taylor Mason on this season of Billions, and similarly, Billions has done a pretty good job of making Taylor Mason a character we want to know more about. Taylor is a strategic but unorthodox genius who reluctantly parlays an internship at fast-and-loose hedge fund Axe Capital…
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.
Your fourth-or-fifth-favorite late night talk show host is hosting the Oscars this Sunday, and to fete this semi-momentous occasion Variety has featured him on the cover of their latest issue.
From The People v. O.J. Simpson to Baskets (?) and The Night Manager, this year’s Emmys once again made us shamefully aware of the shitload of TV we consume—except for all the shows we’re not watching that everyone else seems to know about. Here are the top winners from tonight’s show. Full list here.
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.
Television is the new silver screen, and the Emmys red carpet is just as vital, if not more interesting, than the one at the Oscars. Who will buck trends? Who will wear couture? And what will our prodigal boyfriend Rami Malek wear?!?! Let’s find out on our continuously updating red carpet looks extravaganza!
On Wednesday, Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald filed a second libel lawsuit against Kesha’s mother, Pebe Sebert, for “continuing to publicly defame him” and orchestrating “a campaign of publishing false and shocking accusations,” against him. Dr. Luke filed his first defamation lawsuit against Sebert in 2014.
A very animated Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham announced the nominees for the 68th Emmy Awards Thursday morning.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night, Viola Davis explained the origins of the Harriet Tubman quote in her historical Emmys speech, describing it as “militant.”
There’s a chance Obama could be making a future appearance on the show Black-ish. Anthony Anderson told E! he was petitioning for the president and first lady to guest star. “They watch the show. They love it. We know them so we’ve been dealing with them and their people and hopefully they’ll say yes.” Anderson found…
18-year-old Kylie Jenner, who began getting lip filler before her last birthday, would like us all to know that she hasn’t closed the door on the possibility of one day getting plastic surgery. Revelatory.
It was the moment every Emmy Awards viewer was waiting for all night. Would Jon Hamm finally win an Emmy for his work on Mad Men, and would he thank his ex-parter Jennifer Westfeldt during the speech? The answers to both of those questions, thank god, is yes.
Tears! Okay jokes? Veep! This year’s Emmy awards had some excited winners, and here they are.
Orange Is the New Black’s Uzo Aduba won the Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama on Sunday night—she won for comedy last year—and her speech was as emotional, heartfelt, and powerful as could be.
Inside Amy Schumer won Best Variety Sketch Series at the Emmys Sunday night, beating out stiff (as in “stiff dicks”) competition like Key & Peele and SNL.
In the first hour of Sunday’s ceremony, Transparent won its fourth and fifth Emmy awards—Jill Soloway for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series and Jeffery Tambor for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series—back to back.
Here we are, on the biggest night in the entire world and/or since last night: the 67th Annual Primetime Emmys. Will they be as shitshow as last year’s, or will they be an even shittiershow? Maybe all of that! The Jezebel staff will be exploring these and more important questions all night in our liveblog, sponsored…
This December will mark the return of Transparent, Amazon’s breakout series in which Jeffrey Tambor plays a transgender woman who comes out to her dysfunctional family. For its second season, the show is welcoming a very special addition to its cast: Angelica Huston! The actress will be playing a “new friend” of…
Lee Daniels didn’t hold back his feelings when it came to the Emmys passing on Empire for the majority of their nomination categories. The show’s co-creator posted a vid of him and Jussie Smollett, who plays Jamal Lyon, having a friendly chat about Instagram etiquette. “Jussie is saying I have to be politically…