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  • Emmy predix: Best lead comedy actor

     
    Now that Ed O'Neill ("Modern Family") has declared his Emmy candidacy in the supporting race, that appears to clear up any confusion surrounding the lead race too. Our Emmy seers Chris "Boomer" Beachum and Robert "Rob L" Licuria (AwardsHeaven.net) agree...
  • Durable anchor fought TV fluff

    Hal Fishman, the award-winning KTLA-TV Channel 5 news anchor who was a Los Angeles broadcasting fixture for nearly 50 years, died Tuesday, the station announced. He was 75. Fishman died at 3 a.m. at his Brentwood home with his family at his side. He...
  • Emmy Nominations Go Mad for 'Mad Men'

    "Mad Men" can add a passel of Emmy nominations to the heap of critical praise it's picked up after its breakout first season. The AMC show earned 16 nominations, including one for outstanding drama series, to lead a host of cable series nominated for...
  • KNBC leads in Emmy nods

    KNBC leads in Emmy nods
    KNBC-TV Channel 4 led the field in nominations announced Thursday for the 60th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, collecting 24 nods in 41 categories that honor local programming on broadcast and cable television during 2007. KTTV-TV Channel 11 was second...
  • Emmys Name Finalists for Top Series

    Peter Griffin could crash the Emmy party this year, while the residents of Wisteria Lane will sit out the comedy series competition. For the first time, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has released a list of the 10 top vote-getters for...
  • Emmy drama category is wide open for 'The Wire,' 'Mad Men' and 'Big Love.'

    Emmy drama category is wide open for 'The Wire,' 'Mad Men' and 'Big Love.'
    NOW THAT "The Sopranos" is history, will the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at long last award, or even acknowledge, the show so many critics and fans have long considered the best on television? For five seasons, David Simon's "The Wire" has...
  • TV networks scaling back on DVD mailers

    TV networks scaling back on DVD mailers
    THIS time of year, they land with a thud on the doorsteps of thousands of homes. They're the often-elaborate DVD mailers that TV networks angling for Emmy nominations send to the 14,000 members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. That not-so-...
  • A golden age for cable TV dramas

    A golden age for cable TV dramas
    The upcoming race for best drama series at the primetime Emmys looks like a true drama -- with lots of cliffhangers looming. Can past nominees "Grey's Anatomy" or "House" finally break through with a big win after two consecutive defeats? With past...
  • TV Hall of Fame inductees named

    TV Hall of Fame inductees named
    The star of "Maude," a creative force behind "MASH," a talk show host and the creator of "Gilligan's Island" were among those announced Thursday for induction into the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame. "Their respective careers have...
  • Reality Hosts Get Emmy Category

    Ryan Seacrest, Phil Keoghan, Tyra Banks and their reality-hosting brethren have been granted entry into TV's awards ... The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has added a new category to honor their work. The inaugural award for "Outstanding Host...
  • Reality TV hosts eligible for Emmy

    Reality TV hosts eligible for Emmy
    Real competition is coming to reality TV: hosts including Ryan Seacrest, Howie Mandel and Tyra Banks are now eligible for an Emmy Award. A category recognizing "outstanding host for a reality or reality-competition program" was created by the Academy...