Welcome to "Choose Your Emmy Spot," the game where each year participants vie for the chance to utter that famous sentence: "It's an honor just to be nominated."
There promises to be something refreshingly different about this year's Emmycast -- and it's not just the return of black ties.
Emmy presenters can expect smaller thank-you bags this year -- but the gifts will be bigger than ever.
Quality makes up for quantity with this year's lineup of Emmy bashes. After the appropriate pause from post-Emmy soirees in 2001, a handful of after-parties are back in business.
Nominees suffering from pre-Emmy jitters can relax, take a breath and dive into the Cabana Beauty Buffet at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont Hotel on Sept. 20-21.
Nine years ago, Conan O'Brien might have had a hard time getting NBC to give him tickets to the Emmys. Now, he's been chosen to host the kudocast for the Peacock.
All dead people are not created equal, says Todd Masters, prexy of Masters FX, which creates corpses and does effects makeup for "Six Feet Under." This year's Emmy noms reflect that sentiment, with…
While the winds of change might not be blowing through the animation categories as much as they are in other races, anyone looking for frosh talent on the ballot should be happy that Steve…
Just like theme songs and catch phrases, good sets and costumes can become synonymous with the best TV comedies: "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" newsroom, the couture of the "Sex and the City" clan.
Episodic TV cinematographers work under much different circumstances than their feature film counterparts, often grappling with ridiculous deadlines and rotating directors.
For costume designers, TV minis and movies are a major undertaking, especially when it comes to period dramas. This year's crop of Emmy-nominated couturiers created clothes that detail everything…