Here's the reality: Emmy still hasn't quite figured out how to categorize non-scripted faves like "Survivor." But that's about to change.
On the heels of a twice-delayed somber telecast in fall 2001 and a somewhat-muted ceremony last year as the TV Academy sought a proper balance between laughter and levity, the Emmy Awards telecast is…
While parts of the L.A. economy may be wobbly, caterers are doing just fine: With the addition of two magazine-sponsored bashes and one tea party to the traditional social mix, this should be a…
What difference does a year make? Not much for the major Emmy series categories. In comedy, this year's noms for series and actress are exactly the same as 2002's.
A recent congratulatory ad for the Peacock's "Boomtown" says it all. It lists orgs from which the critically beloved show received kudos this year: AFI. Peabody. Television Critics Assn. Then there's…
This could be the year that HBO conquers its final Emmy frontier. The pay cabler pretty much basks in unlimited TV Academy love these days, but one prize has so far eluded the 800-pound kudos…
Broadcast nets can't seem to loosen cable's stranglehold on quality TV movies. Along with Emmy darling HBO, Showtime and basic cablers TNT, A&E and Lifetime have had a virtual lock on telefilm…
Michael Chapman, who lensed Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver," "The Last Waltz" and "Raging Bull," has been tapped to receive the American Society of Cinematographers' lifetime achievement award.
The USA series "Monk" received two Emmy nominations its first season: one for Tony Shalhoub as the obsessive-compulsive San Francisco detective, and the other for Jeff Beal's infectious theme music.
Apparently all Emmy awards aren't created equally. The Academy of TV Arts and Sciences' decision to shorten the event by "transferring 15 awards to a separate same-day event to be held during a…