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.
The 60th annual Emmy Awards are this Sunday, and here are the parties and pre-parties we think you should know about.
And you thought voting members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences only had eyes for cable.
If for some reason you haven't watched the acclaimed UK original Life On Mars, it's all gathered together in one neat package with audio commentary, behind the scenes documentaries and more.
The 2010 Daytime Emmy telecast was one of the strangest on record. It was better than last year's, though that's not saying much. This year's show f...
When I sat down to watch CBS's presentation of the 37th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday, I was looking for a celebration of daytime programming -- and I didn't get what I wanted.
"People don't you understand, the child needs a helping hand." - Elvis Presley. I walked by a car in a parking lot that had a sticker on it that...
As you read this, members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences are busily poring over their 2010 Emmy Awards ballots. Here are my suggestions for the top programs and performers.
The best show on TV? Right now, it's unquestionably Breaking Bad. The Season Three finale is Sunday night at 10 p.m. and actor Bryan Cranston is relishing the critical success of the series.