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Emmys: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises
Predicting the Emmys is always a crapshoot, but this year’s ceremony was as confusing as ever. On one hand, most of the trophies went to the nominees who were winners from previous years—from R...
Emmy Winners by the Numbers: HBO, ‘Sherlock,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ Lead
Here's how the shows and networks did numbers-wise, including the Creative Arts Emmys, which were handed out August 16. Also read: Emmys Winners 2014: The Complete List (Updating Live) Shows She...
Tribune Taps M-Go CEO John Batter to Run Gracenote Unit
Tribune Media Co. announced the appointment of John Batter — previously CEO of the M-Go digital-entertainment joint venture of DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor — as chief executive...
TV Review: The Emmy Awards
After an inordinately glum, memorial-filled 2013 awards that “Modern Family” exec producer Steve Levitan only half-jokingly dubbed the “saddest Emmys” ever, the 66th annual Emmy Awards wisely ...
Aaron Paul Caps ‘Breaking Bad’ Run With His Third Emmy Win (Video)
Aaron Paul ended his “Breaking Bad” run with one more Emmy win for playing Jesse Pinkman, bringing his grand total to three. “I feel like I'm about to throw up,” Paul quipp...
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Emmys: The Top 10 Best Dressed
Plenty of red-hot crimson, sophisticated evening gown alternatives (hello, Julia!) and classic black and nude when Hollywood's leading ladies stepped out for TV's biggest night.
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Emmys: 'House of Cards' and 'Orange Is the New Black' Get Shut Out
Netflix did not fare well Monday nightread more
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'American Horror Story's' Kathy Bates Nearly Dedicated Emmy to Robin Williams
The actress wanted to dedicate her win for 'Coven' to the late actorread more
Billy Crystal Pays Tribute to Robin Williams at Emmys: ‘He Made Us Laugh, Hard’ (Video)
Robin Williams, who died earlier this month at age 63 of an apparent suicide, received a heartfelt tribute from his colleague Billy Crystal at Monday night's Emmy Awards, with Crystal recalling th...
Los Angeles Mayor: FCC Should Consider Dodgers Dispute in Comcast-TW Cable Merger Review
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says that the FCC’s review of the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger should examine “real world problems like the Dodgers dispute,” in which mo...
Billy Crystal Pays Tribute to Robin Williams: ‘The Brilliance Was Astounding’
At Monday’s Primetime Emmy Awards, Billy Crystal led the audience in a moving tribute for comedian and Emmy-winning actor Robin Williams, who died Aug. 11. Crystal, a life-long friend of Williams, ...
Film Review: ‘The Stranger’
Neasa Ni Chianain (“Fairytale of Kathmandu”) crafts an evocative portrait of Neal MacGregor, a jewelry designer who turned his back on the world and ended his days in a stone shack on an inaccessi...
Emmy Fashion: Red, White and Safe All Over
It’s no longer even an open secret that celebs don’t pick their own clothes for red carpet events, or any events really. They hire stylists, stylists have relationships with fashion houses, and fa...
Allison Janney Is First Actor to Win Double Emmys in 12 Years
Allison Janney took home the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy for her role in “Mom.” It was her second victory of the year and sixth overall. See photos: Emmys Red...
‘Sherlock’ Shocks Emmys with Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman Wins
PBS’ “Sherlock” pulled off a string of surprise wins at the 2014 Emmy Awards, including lead and supporting actor trophies for stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, who fac...
Weird Al Yankovic Gives TV Theme Songs the Lyrics They Deserve at Emmys (Video)
Sure, this might be the Golden Age of Television, but there's one thing missing from the small-screen renaissance: TV theme songs that have lyrics. America's most cherished parodist, Weird Al ...
Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson Need 7 Emmy Introductions (Video)
Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson were two larger-than-life personalities at this year's Emmy Awards, and it was evident in how often they were targeted by the host and nominees. It's n...
Off Broadway Review: ‘And I And Silence’
Be so kind as to hand me the straight razor. “And I And Silence,” a new, politically potent historical drama from Naomi Wallace, deals with the casually racist and purposely cruel conditio...
Film Review: ‘Cure — The Life of Another’
Andrea Staka’s long-awaited follow-up to her award-winning 2006 drama, “Fraulein,” is similarly concerned with issues of displacement and belonging, though in “Cure — The Life of Another,”...
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Emmys: Ricky Gervais Rants About Losing...Again
The best actor in a comedy series nominee reads his speech anywayread more

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