Category Archives: Emmys
The Emmy Awards happily danced through the three hours but never left a moment without touching on the larger conversations of diversity and the current White House administration.
Atlanta‘s Donald Glover became the first black director to win Best Directing for a Comedy Series at Sunday night’s Primetime Emmy Awards, while Lena Waithe became the first black woman to ever win a Best Writing for a Comedy Series Emmy.
The Primetime Emmy Awards were handed out Sunday night at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, with The Handmaid’s Tale, Veep and Big Little Lies coming out on top. Here is a full list of winners.
“Tonight, we binge ourselves,” declared this year’s Emmy host Stephen Colbert. Delivering a solid start to the awards show, Colbert began the night with a pre-taped portion of song, dance, before heading into a live monologue that doubled down on the political humor that has made him the biggest name in late-night this year.
From Reese Witherspoon’s Big Little Lies speech to Kate McKinnon’s Saturday Night Live song to heartbreaking This Is Us moments from Sterling K. Brown and Ron Cephas Jones, here are our favorite Emmy-nominated moments of 2017.
Can Stranger Things challenge The West Wing? Is Westworld the new Game of Thrones? Will Julia Louis-Dreyfus outdo… herself?
Stranger Things, Westworld and Saturday Night Live all took home five wins on the precursor to the main show at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards Sunday night.
There’s a big difference between the Emmys and every other major awards show. Besides the TV half of the Golden Globes, only the Emmys allow for repeat nominees and winners, because every year, new content is being created for the same shows. Herein lies the issue. Emmy voters are lazy, and the question has to be asked whether or not the majority of them are even watching the shows for which they’re voting.
Another year of awards, another round of snubs. Claire Danes, the final seasons of Girls and The Leftovers and past winners were left out in the cold this year.
Nominations were announced Thursday morning for the 2017 Emmy Awards. Veep star Anna Chlumsky and SWAT star Shemar Moore did the honors at the Wolf Theater in Los Angeles.
Anna Chlumsky and Shemar Moore are set to announce the nominees of the 2017 Emmy Awards live on Thursday morning a 8:30 a.m. PST.
Watch the announcement live here.
With HBO’s Game of Thrones and Netflix’s GLOW out of the running, we’ve been discussing the possible nominees, so here are our picks.
The Late Show star Stephen Colbert has booked hosting duties on this year’s Emmy Awards which will air on CBS. This is the first time the late night host has taken the gig, though he won several statues while running the desk at The Colbert Report on Comedy Central.
From surprise wins to diversity discussion to peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, this year’s Emmy Awards served up a handful of memorable moments. Although the ceremony hit an all-time low of 11.3 million viewers, it still didn’t take away from the fact that the Emmys, if done right, are an awards show that can actually be fun to watch.
Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 68th Primtime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday in a swiftly-paced event that saw plenty of perennial favorites take home statues, including Game of Thrones and Veep, as well as some first-time wins for stars Kate McKinnon, Rami Malek, and Tatiana Maslany. See the full list of winners from television’s biggest night.
Often times award shows feel like they can be fairly predictable, and in many categories, the 68th annual Emmy Awards are no different. This isn’t so much a “will win” and “should win” as it is a first and second choice, because this year, the Emmy nominations are stacked with some serious talent.
On Sunday, ABC and host Jimmy Kimmel will present the 68th annual Emmy Awards and we’ve got your complete guide to the pre-parties, after-parties, and other events taking place around television’s biggest night.
Our 2016 Emmys Pool is now closed! We will be announcing the winner shortly!
This weekend, ahead of next week’s 68th Emmy Awards, marked the annual Creative Arts Emmys. While you can watch the edited version on FXX on the 17th, we’ve already got your complete list of winners here!
When the Academy Awards struggled under the #OscarsSoWhite tragedy, Emmy voters appeared more than thrilled to show off diverse casts and complex storytelling that took over a strong portion of television in the last year. But did the nominations reflect that enough?
This year’s nominations included the usual appearances from House Of Cards, Game Of Thrones, and Modern Family as well as attention for newcomers like Mr. Robot, The Night Manager, and Master Of None.
Contributor Lauren Gallaway liveblogs the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by Andy Samberg! Will Mad Men get its final bow? Will Veep overthrow Modern Family? Who will win? Who are you rooting for? Keep this page open for our by-the-minute updates and reactions!
Awards season makes gamblers out of all of us and we here at The Tracking Board thought we’d lend our expertise to predict who will win on Sunday night (and who should actually win).
These technical awards celebrate the backbone of the television industry.
AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and BBC’s “Sherlock” are the night’s big Emmy winners.
Check out who we think will win and, more importantly, who we think should win!
“True Detective,” “Game of Thrones,” and “Orange is the New Black” all picked up multiple awards.
We’re still upset by most of these. It stings.
“The Normal Heart” and “True Detective” help push HBO to the top of the nominations.
The Academy didn’t ask us for our opinion, but we’re handing it out anyway.