The excellent Viola Davis won an Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Emmy in 2015 for her role as Annalise Keating on How to Get Away With Murder, and was nominated this year as well, though Tatiana Maslany ultimately won.
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 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.
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.
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…