"Moneyball" producers Rachael Horovitz and Michael De Luca saw connections between their upcoming film's story and that of their former home at New Line.
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TV's behind-the-scenes peeks at athletes are here to stay. In fact, as Bruce Jenner pointed out Thursday, they've been around since at least the "up close and personal" era of Roone Arledge's ABC…
Margo Martindale knew there was a groundswell of Emmy support from TV critics for her work on FX's "Justified," but she wasn't sure if that would translate into a nomination.
When asked if he was more excited about the first drama series nomination for "Friday Night Lights" than his second lead actor nomination, Kyle Chandler joked, "No, it's all about me."
Just when you might have thought Don Draper couldn't strip away any more layers, there was season four of "Mad Men."
Ty Burrell feels grateful for his second Emmy nomination, thank you, even if he is merely one of six thesps nominated from ABC's "Modern Family."
Julian Fellowes' first reaction to the 11-nomination Emmy haul for "Downton Abbey" was to marvel at the numerous craft nods.
Reactions from Jon Hamm, Steve Levitan, Chris Colfer, Betty White, Connie Britton and more.
Rebecca Eaton, exec producer, "Masterpiece," PBS Even with 25 Emmy noms came, PBS "Masterpiece" exec producer Rebecca Eaton has to make her fundraising case -- even with her own bosses.
Some first-look notes on today's Emmy nominations: –In its fifth and final season, critcally beloved "Friday Night Lights" gets its first drama series nom — a rare breakthough for a series that old…