A controversial Colombian drug tale, Canada's first Inuit-lingo film and an India epic about cricket are the entries from their respective countries in the foreign-language film category at the 2002…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Sunday's Emmy Awards Unity Dinner was certainly more prosaic than the post-parties that had been planned for the two postponed shows.
Fox's coverage of the seventh game of the World Series on Sunday delivered the largest audience for any baseball game in 10 years -- and the biggest nonfootball turnout for the net in its 15-year…
The cable curse is over: HBO's "Sex and the City" was named outstanding comedy series by Emmy voters Sunday night, making it the first non-broadcast show ever to win one of television's top prizes…
Getting back to normal wasn't that hard after all. Despite fears that this year's twice-delayed Emmys would be the oddest ever, Sunday's kudocast ended up being relatively routine -- at least inside…
Sunday night's primetime battle between the 53rd annual Emmy Awards and Game 7 of the World Series provided a sweeps month showdown of patriotic proportions.
Sharpshooters stood on rooftops. Attendees went through metal detectors. The Emmy show went on as planned, but the focus, clearly, was on security.
The Emmys made it out of the gate tonight and awarded kudos to a broad list of dramas and comedies. Variety will update the winners list throughout the presentation, and offers a photo gallery of…
Patricia Heaton, who won the trophy for actress in a comedy series for her role on "Everybody Loves Raymond," said the emotion she displayed in her acceptance speech was a result of a feeling that…
Wayne Brady and wife Landie Michael Solomon, Gary Smith Allison Janney Michael Michele Jessica Alba Robert Downey Jr. Barry Pepper David Hyde Pierce, Peter MacNicol Lorna Luft “Malcolm…