Is bigger the key to Emmy's heart? Both Barry Sonnenfeld with "Pushing Daisies" and Paul Lieberstein with two episodes of "The Office" sandwiched together have an hourlong canvas to showcase their…
Earlier this year, Bertram van Munster earned a Directors Guild Award for his work on "The Amazing Race," but can he speed past the king of documentaries, Ken Burns?
Reality has finally set in with the Television Academy. A year after tapping Ryan Seacrest to host the Emmy telecast, the org decided it might be a good idea to recognize the "American Idol" emcee's…
Critics weigh in on drama nominees
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AMC's marketing and press team knew they had a smart show on their hands when they landed "Mad Men," but they faced turning off potential viewers with a series that could easily come across as a…
No one was more surprised than Rachel Griffiths when she received an Emmy nomination last year for her turn in ensemble drama "Brothers & Sisters."
While the title of AMC's critical darling suggests women play only a small part in this man's-view of the world, the femmes of "Mad Men" have emerged as an integral part of this complicated character…
Jimmy Kimmel admits he secretly hoped "Jimmy Kimmel Live," which reaches its 1,000th episode tonight, would get canceled during his first year on the air.
Once you've told the world you're slapping skin with Ben Affleck, where do you go from there? Jimmy Kimmel's response to girlfriend Sarah Silverman's spoof about having her way with Matt Damon -- "On…
During the NBA finals in 2004, Kimmel ticked off the city of Detroit by saying in an interview, "They're going to burn the city of Detroit down if the Pistons win." On Feb. 5, 2006, Kimmel took the…