Emmy surprises happen most often in supporting categories, and this year there's plenty of diversity in not only the nominees but the shows themselves.
As eccentric genius Sheldon on CBS' "The Big Bang Theory," Jim Parsons hasn't changed the game of comedy, he's just brought it back to the basics.
Almost 30 years after debuting its iconic "Live at Five" newscast, WNBC New York is scrapping the 5 p.m. report for an hourlong lifestyle program in the fall.
Considering that sudsers air about 250 episodes a year and several shows overlap creatively with one another, it's difficult to pinpoint what exactly makes one show a Daytime Emmy winner and others…
Now that the Daytime Emmys have a new network home, producers want to make sure the CW can lure viewers who don't know the difference between "Guiding Light" and "Grill It! With Bobby Flay."
After months of floating in the abyss without a venue or TV partner, the Daytime Emmys might finally have found a home.
"Wife Swap," the successful reality series that first aired on the United Kingdom's Channel 4 in 2003, almost never got to trade its first spouse. Skeptical networks and copycat shows threatened the…
Multicamera shows get plenty of laughs, but, like Rodney Dangerfield, no respect at the Directors Guild of America Awards in the comedy series category.
While talkshows have continued to evolve over the past 50 years, the continued success of "Live With Regis and Kelly" can be attributed to the show sticking to its tried-and-true format.
Reality show hosts will compete for their own trophy at September's 60th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, now that the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has added a category for them.