Even in large ensembles, these supporting thesps found ways to hook Emmy voters.
Despite a resume that includes screenwriting duties for directors such as Clint Eastwood, Jonathan Demme, Barbra Streisand and Terry Gilliam, Richard LaGravenese still sounds a little breathless as…
When Julian Fellowes wrote the heartbreaking "Episode 4" of "Downton Abbey," in which the aristocratic Crawley family's beloved iconoclastic daughter Sybil (Jessica Brown Findlay) dies after giving…
A closer look at who got what for which.
Guest star gigs let Michael J. Fox dip his toe into the acting waters after walking away from his starring role on "Spin City" in 2000 due to symptoms from Parkinson's disease.
Neil Patrick Harris can do just about anything — other than one of those graceful Cirque du Soleil style press-up handstands, but he's working on that.
Nominees such as Robert Morse, Jane Fonda, Diana Rigg, Elaine Stritch and Bob Newhart do more than just deliver a line — they become part of the narrative.
The big night awaits for the finalists, but for fans, is the fun already over?
After making history at the Emmys, Netflix might just be getting started.
Comedy is tragedy plus time. The Emmy nominations for comedy offer neither.