I was also delighted when Katey Sagal won for Sons of Anarchy. Kudos also for Chris Colfer's win for Fox' Glee. But then we had to listen to Gervais again.
A distinctly New York play finally lands in the city when Knock Me A Kiss, by playwright Charles Smith, begins previews Thursday in its Off-Broadway premiere.
Companies put so much time and money into their efforts to establish household names that it always amazes me when they turn around and destroy one. ...
I try hard in my daily life not to engage in uncomfortable situations regarding race. But it is impossible for me to ignore the statistics regarding the number of people of color honored in the history of the Emmys.
Compared to Russell's de-spining of a television news anchor, every other moment in this season of True Blood may seem tame by comparison. Instead of focusing on the gory or the baroque, they episode thrives on what isn't said.
Do you know about Dexter the lovable serial killer? The first time I watched an episode, I could not believe what I just experienced. I was rooting fo...
Have you ever watched an awards show and wondered about those lucky/fanatic people seen in the background during red carpet interviews? Well, at the 62nd Annual Emmys, I was one of them.
Missing golden opportunities is nothing new for an awards show that celebrates TV, but never makes for good TV.
Lots of surprises this year, and as Emmy shows go, I thought this was a pretty good one. It was a nice balance between new blood and Betty White.
Bryan Cranston was "humbled" to win his third Emmy for Best Actor in a Drama Series. Winners, please stop using that cliche. The only thing less humbling than winning an award is winning the same award three times.
The Emmys aren't just about honoring the finest achievements in television. They are also about teaching valuable lessons to us, the home viewers. Lesson #1: Apparently, I love Kyra Sedgwick.
It's time for the increasingly hazardous annual ritual of predicting the shows and performers that will win, while also indulging in one last opportunity to state who or what should win.
The Motion Picture Academy does an injustice, not only to the recipients but to their fans, by continuing its new policy of presenting honorary Oscars at a special function in November instead of the ceremony next February.