With five returning nominees, you'd think Emmy suspended the suspense, but like the genre, plotlines in this category go deeper than they first appear.
If lead actor in a comedy is the topic of discussion, two words immediately come to mind: Tony Shalhoub.
This year's supporting actor drama nominees include a mad man, a bad man, two past winners and a pair of very different first-time hopefuls.
A "30 Rock" invasion has shaken up the category.
After being denied any lead actor nominations for two consecutive years, PBS has staged a comeback thanks to three award-winning theater actors.
After a decade of playing the same character, Mariska Hargitay still wakes up every morning asking how she got so lucky to land on "Law and Order: SVU."
If the competition for lead actress in a drama seems like a repeat from last season, that's because it is.
Even with a sixth spot in the category this year, only two new faces have broken through: Toni Collette for playing a woman juggling multiple personalities on Showtime's "United States of Tara" and…
Unless Dianne Wiest pulls off back-to-back victories, the supporting actress drama category will go to either one of the three Emmy newcomers or one of two often-nominated cast members from "Grey's…
Emmy surprises happen most often in supporting categories, and this year there's plenty of diversity in not only the nominees but the shows themselves.
Once again Emmy voters have favored biographical roles, with all five of the leading miniseries-telepic actress nominees portraying real women. Subjects range from the sublimely eccentric Big and…