It's 11:35 a.m. on a Friday morning at Warner Bros.' Eastwood Scoring Stage, and 42 musicians are playing a dramatic cue in the score of the penultimate episode of "Lost."
Designers on historical dramas live with an ever-present danger: sharp-eyed viewers ready to pounce on any anachronisms -- real or imagined.
These are golden days for makers of multipart documentary series.
HBO's "Treme," one of the year's most talked-about, music-centric series, won't be taking home any Emmys for music.
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is resetting the clock for animation Emmys.
Tom Lowry has been named senior editor for Variety, spearheading the paper's coverage of business and finance from its Gotham bureau.
The Primetime Emmys have no shortage of awards categories, yet young performers might not be getting the recognition they deserve -- or that the Emmys themselves could benefit from.
AMC, FX and TNT have done it. Now fellow basic cable channels, including USA, Lifetime, TBS and ABC Family, say they're ready for some Emmy directing, writing and acting glory for work on weekly…
When it was announced almost a year ago that 10 films would vie for the best picture Oscar rather than five, the hue and cry of cineastes was that the increase would dilute the quality of those…
Fox's "Glee" has racked up its share of awards this year -- picking up a Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, People's Choice and Peabody -- but the fact that it's an hourlong musical comedy might hurt…
In tapping Jimmy Fallon to host this year's Emmycast, TV Academy officials are looking to latch on to the latenight star's online savvy.