Stockard Channing: Out of PracticeSeasons on show: OneEmmy pedigree: 13 noms; two wins (“The West Wing,” 2002; “The Matthew Shepard Story,” 2002)Episode submitted: “I’ll Cry if I Want To”Season…
Cheryl Hines: Curb Your EnthusiasmSeasons on show: FiveEmmy pedigree: Two nomsEpisodes submitted: “The Bowtie,” “The Korean Bookie”Season highlight: She showed great range in episodes such as “The…
Jamie Lynn Spears may have a starring role on Nickelodeon's hit show "Zoey 101," but offscreen she's a typical teenager who'd rather be back home in Louisiana, participating with her high school…
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As the tightly wound Martin Fitzgerald on "Without a Trace," Eric Close brings a serious intensity to the buttoned-down, by-the-book FBI agent who tends to live in a world of black and white, right…
When Bonnie and Terry Turner, creators of the hit sitcom "3rd Rock From the Sun," and Mark Brazill, a consulting writer on the show, were asked to create a comedy set in the '70s, the trio looked no…
Unlike most series that make it through seven seasons and 151 episodes, "Malcolm in the Middle" goes out like it began -- with the cast intact and its creator on board.
When "Rescue Me" premiered on FX in summer 2004, the gritty drama about New York firefighters post-9/11 definitely hit a nerve.
When it comes to the technical side of TV production, sometimes reality really does bite. Facing limited budgets, logistical nightmares and tight deadlines, the crews on location and in the editing…
The controversy swirling around "NYPD Blue" in the fall of 1993 might've been the best thing that happened to the show. Looking back, more than a decade later and with a much more provocative…
Six months into his term as chairman of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Dick Askin has already helped mend a 30-year feud between the organization and New York-based National Academy of…
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' board of governors approved 18 new rule and procedure changes for the 56th annual Emmy Awards. While most fall into general housekeeping, a few are designed…