Judging from the list of nominees in the visual effects Emmy race, creating computer-graphic dinosaurs and state-of-the-art digital spaceships may be the easiest way to reach f/x nirvana.
Cablers Showtime and CNN are the recipients of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 2001 Governors' Award, which will be presented at the Creative Arts Awards ceremony Sept. 8 at the Pasadena…
The past season on "ER" was a demanding one for actress Maura Tierney, but she's hardly complaining. Then again, word that the show will be taking a lighter direction with her character is not…
It's not one of the glamour categories, and it won't even be presented during the televised awards Sept. 16, but the Emmy for outstanding classical music/dance program gets plenty of attention among…
For first-time contender Frankie Muniz, Emmy nominations mean pain. It's not that he doesn't enjoy the accolades, rather, it's his teeth.
By bestowing a pair of lead Emmy noms on two actors not old enough to drive, this year the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences isn't looking stodgy.
A year after teaming with Canada's CTV to form Landscape Entertainment, Bob Cooper has amassed a large slate of series, movies and miniseries in development at a variety of broadcast and cable nets.
While "Everybody Loves Raymond" had already made a place for itself in the hearts of Academy of Television Arts & Sciences voters, the CBS sitcom carved out a niche in Emmy campaign history this year…
The instant classic that is last season's "Pine Barrens" episode of "The Sopranos" came to Tim Van Patten in a dream.
Back at work as Dr. Weaver on "ER," Laura Innes says she took some ribbing for her first ever directing nomination. Innes directed some memorable "ER" episodes, but it was "The West Wing" that…