W hile there's rarely little year-to-year change in the reality host category, Cat Deeley has shifted the equilibrium with her first-ever nomination.
Nominees include "American Masters," "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations," "Biography," "Moguls & Movie Stars," "Pioneers of Television" and "30 for 30."
The streak is over. After "The Amazing Race" won for top competition reality series seven years in a row, all it took was a frying pan and some shallots for voters to move their allegiance to Bravo's…
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"The Simpsons," "South Park" and "Futurama" keep voters happy.
The Emmy comedy race offers support for the argument that good things come to those who wait.
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'Mad Men' challenged by newcomers and one farewell skein.
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Larry David may have taken the year off, but Emmy voters were quick to fill his spot with two other lead actors playing fictionalized versions of themselves.