Programs that focused on the inner working of the industry highlight Hollywood's self-reflective nature.
Once again Emmy voters left off the previous year's reality series winner from the current crop of nominees.
Nominees include "Becoming Chaz," "Gettysburg," "His Way," "Jaws: The Inside Story" and "Stand Up to Cancer."
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…
"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.
There's room for both, but kudo nominations have relegated multicam laffers to minority status.
Nominee budgets vary widely, but shows always find a way
If finding success on television is like capturing lightning in a bottle, then creating a show that becomes a cultural touchstone is even more elusive.
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