Screeners caused the big hullaballoo of Oscar season. But at the Emmys the use of screeners has quickly become business as usual, albeit with a few significant speed bumps.
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…
While a lot has changed in the TV biz the past 20 years, the behind-the-scenes workings of the Emmy Awards have remained fairly constant.
Buzz certainly helps in luring audiences to new shows, but it also helps attract the attention of Emmy voters.
Much like a child going through puberty, the maturation of the Harry Potter franchise has yielded awkward growing pains for series' third film. Pent-up demand should ensure magical returns initially…
Coming-of-age story set against the fall of the socialist Allende government in Chile in 1973 effectively uses a school experiment to provide a melancholy look at the failure of a democratic society…
Proof that she should stick with her day job, Ellen DeGeneres' frosh syndie gabber picked up the Daytime Emmy for best talkshow at a gala Radio City Music Hall awards ceremony Friday evening.
Ambitious attempt to convey the emotional life of Broadway composer Cole Porter, Irwin Winkler's most elaborate directorial outing benefits greatly from Kevin Kline's outstanding performance. In…
Both yeahsayers and naysayers of cult hit "In the Mood for Love" share at least two good reasons to check out its long-in-the-works companion piece, "2046." Zhang Ziyi proves she's a star of major…
Every bit the unashamed tearjerker fans of the popular novel expect, "The Notebook" is a determined and often affecting romance that doesn't speak down to audiences. Mixture of classical Hollywood…