Though films may be their bread and butter, femmes find smallscreen projects are giving them newfound fame.
This year's roster for nominees is procedural heavy, with four of the six noms lauded for their work on legal and detective series.
Emmy voters got serious about spreading the funny-lady love this year, as no fewer than half of the nominees are competing in this race for the first time.
That three of the five women nominated for lead actress in a miniseries or movie either hail from England or adopt a British accent isn't particularly surprising.
With all six of its primary actors nominated for Emmys this year in the supporting categories, "Modern Family" not only made a bit of Emmy history, it drove home the point that we're currently…
When the 2011 Emmy nominations were announced in July, broadcast networks could be heartened by one fact: their fare swept the slots for top comedy series.
While 2010 saw broadcasters score big at Emmy nomination time with first-year shows such as "The Good Wife" and "Modern Family," 2011 tells slightly a different story:
Some shows have dumped main title montages completely, others are so mundane that you can't get past them fast enough.
The lineup of journalists attending the biannual Television Critics Assn. press tour has changed radically over the past few years, leaving networks and veteran reporters wondering if the coverage is…
The Emmy-nominated productions for non-fiction cinematography have little in common but striking results.
TV series art direction isn't just set building or location finding. The designer is a visual stylist charged with communicating the show's thrust and themes to the viewers - right between the eyes.