Law & Order Network: NBC Showrunner: Michael Chernuchin Total noms: 3 Emmy pedigree: Won best drama in 1997 and has been nominated 11 straight years. 2001-02 Nielsen ranking: No. 7; 20 million…
Sex and the City Network: HBO Showrunner: Michael Patrick King Total noms: 10 Emmy pedigree: “Sex” became the first cable skein to win best comedy or drama when it took home the big prize last year…
Six Feet Under Network: HBO Showrunner: Alan Ball Total noms: 23 Emmy pedigree: First year of eligibility Pro: With a leading 23 noms, it has to be considered the favorite. Con: Then again, “The…
Will & Grace Network: NBC Showrunner: Max Mutchnick, David Cohan Total noms: 13 Emmy pedigree: Batting .500 as a series (two noms, one win) while three of the four lead characters have won. 2001-02…
The West Wing Network: NBC Showrunner: Aaron Sorkin Total noms: 22 Emmy pedigree: 17 wins over two seasons, including back-to-back drama series wins 2001-02 Nielsen ranking: No. 10; 17.1 million…
Friends Network: NBC Showrunners: Kevin Bright, David Crane, Marta Kauffman Total noms: 11 Emmy pedigree: Lisa Kudrow and guest actor Bruce Willis have taken home kudos but the skein is 0 for 4 for…
A big white hat made Robert Rodriguez, writer-director of "Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams," aptly dressed for the pic's July 28 preem.
Robert Rodriguez invited his mom and dad, a few of his nine siblings and just about anyone else who played a role in the director's upbringing to Sunday's preem of "Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams."
Gone are the days when a singular comedy series dominated the Emmys, with everyone knowing who would win long before the envelope was opened.
Why it may resonate with voters: Who can’t relate to know-it-all meddling in-laws? Its funniest when: Patty Heaton and Doris Roberts are going toe to toe over Debra’s supposed lack of culinary…
Why it may resonate with voters: Also, the skein continues the “Seinfeld” tradition of turning 30 minutes of nothing substantial into something utterly compelling. It’s funniest when: David tries to…
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