Robin Dearden and Bryan Cranston attends the 68th Annual Tony Awards.
The Cold War has never been more edge-of-your-seat thrilling than in Joe Weisberg's Reagan-era spy drama.
Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga bring pathos and weight to Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin's taut psychological drama where an Oedipus complex takes center stage.
A critically hailed performance by James Spader contributed to the breakout success of this freshman series.
Though the list of contenders grows every year, Terence Winter's crime drama is always in the conversation given its strong ensemble and top-notch production values and this season is no different.
Vince Gilligan's smallscreen juggernaut won best drama last year and most critics and fans felt that its final eight episodes were the show's best to date.
Meredith Stiehm and Elwood Reid's American adaptation of the Swedish-Danish crime drama is gritty, chilling and forces us to examine immigration policy in the U.S.
The absorbing British import created by Heidi Thomas delves into the oft poignant and heartbreaking world of midwives working in London's gritty East End in the early 1950s.
After eight seasons, America's benevolent serial killer sailed off to a lonely island, but left fans still asking, will he murder again?
Still hits the target in season five. The verbose and violent Boyd Crowder remains one of TV's most memorable villains, thanks to Walton Goggins' magnetic turn.
Fifteen seasons with no end in sight proves that Dick Wolf's long-running series offers more than just weekend marathons.
Having just finished the first half of its last seasons, the clock is ticking on enigmatic ad man Don Draper, and Matthew Weiner's show, which has nabbed best drama wins four times, is due to go out on a high.
Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen's onscreen chemistry sizzles in this titillating look at the research team that revolutionized the way we look at sex.
Dan Stevens' departure left audiences appalled, but Julian Fellowes' popular period piece could receive an Emmy nod for other cast members' powerful performances.
The “Red Wedding” was but one bloodbath in this shocking drama, which continues to surprise viewers with powerful acting and surprise killings.
One jolting, and perfectly executed, cast departure helped propel the cerebral legal drama from Michelle and Robert King to new heights in its confident fifth season.
USA has boldly broken out of its breezy, blue skies mold with this brooding, unpredictable tale of secrecy and betrayal among covert law enforcement agents.
Moody cinematography, lush production design and two captivating central performances from Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen make Bryan Fuller's drama an irresistible dish.
Brody's shocking death during the season finale proves that while the Emmy winning-series lost some of its initial luster, it has the power to pull us back in.
A jaw-dropping premiere twist ensured that audiences still had plenty of reason to binge Netflix's addictive political thriller in its sly second season.
Nic Pizzolatto's meditative deconstruction of procedural tropes features powerhouse performances from Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson and dominated cultural conversation during its svelte eight-episode run.
The Revolutionary War thriller premiered its first season this year centering on Jamie Bell as farmer turned spy.
The combo of Stephen King and Steven Spielberg — along with the show's popularity — puts this sci-fier on the map. But it may be considered more popcorn fare than Emmy fare.
Still the most-watched nonsports show in cable history, the post-apocalyptic drama continues to break ratings records and leave audiences shrieking after four seasons.
Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere shine as dueling country superstars at the center of ABC's musical soap, but the catchy soundtrack really steals the show.
There's no denying the pedigree of Aaron Sorkin's articulate examination of the media, which showcases a grandiose central performance from Jeff Daniels.
The whimsical fantasy drama still has audiences swooning after its third season, introducing some of Disney's beloved characters to Oz's most wicked villain.
Star Tatiana Maslany singlehandedly does the work of an ensemble in this labyrinthine sci-fi drama, portraying multiple clones in an impressive demonstration of technical acuity.
A rare bird in today's edgy TV terrain, Jason Katims' quiet ode to modern-day parenting deserves overdue Academy recognition.
Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight clash as father and son in the latest drama from Ann Biderman.
Coming off its most-watched season yet, the buzz shows no signs of cooling for the ambitious, addictive Shonda Rhimes drama.
Neil Patrick Harris performs a song from "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."
Neil Patrick Harris accepts the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical for "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" won the Tony for Best Musical.
Hugh Jackman was winded after an athletic opening number that saw the Tonys Host hopping all over Radio City Music Hall.
Gladys Knight, Fantasia and Patti LaBelle from "After Midnight" perform onstage during the 68th Annual Tony Awards.
Bryan Cranston won the Tony for Actor in a Leading Role in a Play for his portrayal of LBJ in "All The Way."
Jessie Mueller won best performance by an actress in a leading role in a musical for "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical"
Alan Cumming and the cast of "Cabaret" perform onstage during the 68th Annual Tony Awards.
"Hedwig and the Angry Inch" won best revival of a musical.
Audra McDonald gave an emotional acceptance speech after winning the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for "Lady Day."
Idina Menzel performs a song from "If/Then."
Andy Karl and the cast of "Rocky" perform onstage during the 68th Annual Tony Awards.
"A Raisin in the Sun" won Best Revival of a Play.
Kenny Leon accepts the award for Best Direction of a Play for "A Raisin In The Sun."
Jessie Mueller and Carole King perform a song from "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical."
T.I., Hugh Jackman and LL Cool J performed a song from "The Music Man."
James Monroe Iglehart performs a scene from "Aladdin."
James Monroe Iglehart accepts the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical for "Aladdin."
Lisa O'Hare, Bryce Pinkham and Lauren Worsham of "A Gentleman's Guide To Love and Murder" perform.
Sophie Okonedo accepts the Tony for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play for "A Raisin in the Sun."
The cast of "After Midnight" performs onstage during the 68th Annual Tony Awards.
Christopher Barreca accepts the award for Scenic Design of a Musical for "Rocky."
The cast of "Bullets Over Broadway" performed onstage.
Lena Hall accepts the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical for "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."
Rosie O'Donnell accepts the Isabelle Stevenson Award.
Darko Tresnjak accepts the Tony for Best Direction of a Musical for "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder."
Mark Rylance accepts the Tony for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play for his role in "Richard III."
Choreographer Warren Carlyle accepts the award for Best Choreography for "After Midnight."
Sounddesigner Steve Canyon Kennedy, accepts his award for Best Sound Design of a Play for "Lady Day."
Brian Ronan accepts the award for Best Sound Design of a Musical for "Beautiful."
Jenny Tiramani accepts the award for Best Costume Design of a Play for "Twelfth Night."
Hugh Jackman invited the night's winners onstage for a sendoff at the end of the show.