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Emmy Awards

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  • Samira Wiley's 'OITNB' writer girlfriend files for divorce from husband

    Samira Wiley's 'OITNB' writer girlfriend files for divorce from husband
    An "Orange Is the New Black" writer who was actress Samira Wiley's Emmy Awards date back in August has reportedly filed for divorce from the guy she married just months before joining the staff of the women's prison show.  Lauren Morelli and Steve...
  • Report: Women's employment in prime-time TV 'plateaued' in 2013-2014

    Report: Women's employment in prime-time TV 'plateaued' in 2013-2014
    Though Julianna Margulies said in her Emmys acceptance speech that it's "a wonderful time for women on television," a report issued on Tuesday suggests that may not be the case.  Women’s employment in prime-time television has "plateaued" in the...
  • Legendary TV Buys John Scalzi Novel 'Lock In' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Legendary TV has acquired the rights to John Scalzi's novel "Lock In" to adapt into a pilot for a potential series. The book revolves around a highly contagious virus that causes one percent -- or five million -- of the U.S. population to become...
  • 'Nurse Jackie' To End After Seventh Season

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "Nurse Jackie's" upcoming seventh season will be its final round, Showtime Networks president David Nevins announced Wednesday. The show also tweeted about the news: One last shot at redemption. Join us in 2015 for the...
  • 'Fargo' Producer John Cameron Inks Overall Deal with FX Productions

    "Fargo" producer John Cameron has closed an overall deal with FX Productions and has signed on as a partner with "Fargo" creator Noah Hawley's production company 26 Keys. Nick Grad and Eric Schrier, presidents of original programming at FX Networks and...
  • Cedering Fox's WordTheatre gives voice to authors' works

    Cedering Fox's WordTheatre gives voice to authors' works
    "It's really exciting when an audience hears a good actor read great writing," says Cedering Fox, founder of WordTheatre. Since 2003, Fox has been combining literary fiction with award-winning actors (Screen Actors Guild Awards, plus Emmys, Tonys and even...
  • 'Too Cute!' downsizes its format but with same results

     'Too Cute!' downsizes its format but with same results
    Television program advisories usually warn viewers about the presence of nudity, adult language or content and violence. But there is one series on Animal Planet with a unique advisory: "The following program contains material that is just too cute....
  • Prolific TV Producer Robert Halmi Sr. Dies at 90

    Robert Halmi Sr., the Hungarian-born producer who battled the Nazi and Soviet occupations in his youth before becoming a top magazine photographer and telepic mogul, died Wednesday of a brain aneurysm at his home in New York City. He was 90. With his...
  • Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards returning to live TV after 25 years

    Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards returning to live TV after 25 years
    The Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards is returning to live television for the first time in 25 years. The 56th annual ceremony, which honors the best in local TV, will air Nov. 1 on public station WYCC-Ch. 20, with the first two hours broadcast live from...
  • Why Serials Knocked Procedurals Out of the Emmy Race

    It seems obvious to say, yet it's still a striking thought: A procedural drama, historically a staple of television, is unlikely to ever win another best series Emmy -- and, indeed, will probably struggle even to get nominated. That's reflected in this...
  • Is it Time to Expand the Emmys Best Drama Series Category to Ten Slots?

    Should the top drama category at the Emmys be expanded? The answer from many in the biz is a resounding yes. After all, we are living in a time of smallscreen riches. The elite competition has been so tough and so strong -- from AMC's gritty...