Welcome to the Emmy club, Aziz Ansari, Rami Malek, Thomas Middleditch, and Matthew Rhys.
Last year there was no question. Jeffrey Tambor was destined to win his first Emmy (in a remarkable TV career that includes "The Larry Sanders Show" and "Arrested Development") for his transformative…
"I really wanted one because I believe in a full set."
Call them the small screen's masters of disguise.
Any list of comedy all-stars wouldn't be complete without Keegan-Michael Key and Kate McKinnon. They're Emmy nominated for a third consecutive year — McKinnon for her fourth season on NBC's "Saturday…
Jean Smart has been a small-screen fixture since the early '80s, but it wasn't until a 2000 guest role on "Frasier" that Smart took home an Emmy. She's been nominated seven times since (and turned…
When it comes to Emmy nomination bragging rights, no one can touch HBO. For 16 straight years, the premium cabler has drawn the most noms (this year it's 94), having set a record of 124 in 2004 and…
Masterminds behind "Billions," "The Carmichael Show," "The Path," "Underground" and more share their stories.
Leading contenders in the drama, comedy, limited, reality and variety races
"They have tremendous faith in the instantaneity of our culture and the contagion factor."
"At 62, I got the role of a lifetime," Louie Anderson says. It's hard to argue. His role on the first season of FX comedy "Baskets" just earned him an Emmy nomination for supporting actor. The…