For this year's edition of Primetime Emmys, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is doubling down on its commitment to show love for interactive programming.
The Beverly Hilton will once again host the event, now in its 40th year.
Across all genres, in front of the camera or behind, these innovators and tastemakers represent the leading lights of the smallscreen world while the sun is up. Here's what's on their minds ...
Even if "General Hospital," ABC's remaining daytime drama, weren't turning 50 this year, it would still be worthy of a shoutout at the Daytime Emmys.
Agnes Nixon's socially relevant serials "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" were groundbreaking in content when they debuted on ABC over 40 years ago.
Like sands through the hourglass, the heyday of the soap opera has slipped away. Not that you'd be able to tell at the Daytime Emmys.
Looking to expand its presence in alternative platforms, the Academy names Maury McIntyre to the newly created post of digital VP.
Kaley Cuoco, star of “The Big Bang Theory,” is developing a pretty lucrative side biz hosting awards shows. She's hosted the past two People's Choice Awards, a Teen Choice Awards, and it has just…
Chemistry. That elusive, indefinable connection between actor and role, and among actors in a cast, can turn a pilot into a hit and an actor-for-hire into a breakout star.
Reality TV takes more bites of the Emmy apple this year than ever before but some below-the-line artists are still hungry for more.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$11.5M Cumulative:$45.0M Warner Brothers -28.56%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$9.8M Cumulative:$32.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -31.73%
Non-Stop3Daily:$4.0M Cumulative:$52.6M Universal Pictures -43.54%