For first-time contender Frankie Muniz, Emmy nominations mean pain. It's not that he doesn't enjoy the accolades, rather, it's his teeth.
By bestowing a pair of lead Emmy noms on two actors not old enough to drive, this year the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences isn't looking stodgy.
While "Everybody Loves Raymond" had already made a place for itself in the hearts of Academy of Television Arts & Sciences voters, the CBS sitcom carved out a niche in Emmy campaign history this year…
The instant classic that is last season's "Pine Barrens" episode of "The Sopranos" came to Tim Van Patten in a dream.
Back at work as Dr. Weaver on "ER," Laura Innes says she took some ribbing for her first ever directing nomination. Innes directed some memorable "ER" episodes, but it was "The West Wing" that…
The reality that not everyone leaves the Emmy Awards a winner never seems to dampen spirits at the post-kudocast festivities; in showbiz, when there's a party to hit, the show goes on, even on Sunday.
Yep, she's back. After taking an unplanned detour into tabloid hell, Ellen DeGeneres is getting ready to return to her regularly scheduled career as a sitcom star/all-purpose funny woman.
Change may be good, but ratings are better. That's been the networks' credo ever since Nielsen issued its first numbers.
1.) Angela Lansbury is Emmy’s biggest loser with 16 defeats – 12 for “Murder, She Wrote.” 2.) Jackie Gleason never won an Emmy, although Art Carney won five for portraying his goofy second banana on…
1.) Lowly rated “Hill Street Blues” beat “Lou Grant” and “Dallas” for Best Drama Series of 1980-81 and garnered eight Emmy victories, setting a new record for most wins in a single year. 2.) Red…
Upsets. Those are what make the Emmy ceremony the most exciting kudocast to watch. Sure, Marcia Gay Harden pulled off a supporting actress shocker at the most recent Academy Awards, but those kinds…