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  • HBO tops Emmy nominations with 'Games of Thrones,' 'True Detective'

    HBO tops Emmy nominations with 'Games of Thrones,' 'True Detective'
    The TV landscape is turning into a "Game of Thrones" judging by the 66th Primetime Emmy nominations announced Thursday morning. HBO is still king, with 99 nominations. But its fortunes slipped a bit. (The premium channel had 108 nods last year.) And...
  • Tatiana Maslany to Bellamy Young: Why Do Emmys Dismiss Great Acting in Genres and Soaps?

    With every Emmy announcement, there are the standard complaints about snubs. In such a fabulous year, it's inevitable that certain things will get overlooked. Yet in the drama acting categories, there were some frustrating oversights, likely due to the...
  • Emmys 2014: 'Scandal's' Kerry Washington sees phone activity take off

    Emmys 2014: 'Scandal's' Kerry Washington sees phone activity take off
    As weird as it may seem, it was unusual for Kerry Washington to wake up to the sound of an active phone. But with nothing to digitally chirp about given that "Scandal" is on summer hiatus, Washington had grown accustomed to a somewhat less lively...
  • Emmys 2014 snubs and surprises

    Emmys 2014 snubs and surprises
    The Clone Club has been shut out again. "Orphan Black" star Tatiana Maslany leads the list of most egregiously snubbed in the 2014 Emmy nominations. Nominations announced Thursday morning were as usual both exciting and infuriating. There are far too...
  • Shonda Rhimes night thrills WFTV

    What does WFTV-Channel 9 make of ABC's performance last season? And what new show is the Orlando affiliate most excited about this fall from the Disney-owned network? "ABC had a very strong May," WFTV General Manager Shawn Bartelt told me. She...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' returns Sept. 15

    ABC will bring back its most popular series, "Dancing With the Stars," on Sept. 15, a week before the TV season officially begins. The Disney-owned network will offer six new series in the fall. "Forever," a drama about a medical examiner who won't die,...
  • 'Scandal's' Dan Bucatinsky Talks Emmys, LGBT Community at Outfest Film Festival

    "Scandal's" Dan Bucatinsky stopped by the opening night of L.A.'s Outfest Film Festival to show support to the LGBT community and to talk Emmys and his life after "Scandal." Bucatinsky won the Emmy last year for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama...
  • 'Downton Abbey' Creator Julian Fellowes on Show's 'No Guilt' Rape Storyline

    By Steve Pond LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - It shouldn't have come as much of a surprise that "Downton Abbey" landed a dozen Emmy nominations this year, including Outstanding Drama Series - after all, the British period drama was already the most-nominated...
  • ABC Sets Fall Premiere Dates for 'Scandal,' 'Agents of SHIELD' and Others

    ABC is sticking to a fairly traditional fall rollout, announcing premiere-week returns on Tuesday for top shows like "Modern Family," "Scandal" and "Once Upon a Time" while kicking off "Dancing With the Stars" a bit early and giving new drama "Forever"...
  • Joe Morton, Jason George Celebrate Dynamic and Diverse TV at Emmy Event

    When TV stars and industry execs arrived to the Dynamic & Diverse 66th Emmy Awards Celebration on Tuesday night, they were not only celebrating the year's biggest small screen accomplishments but said they were welcoming the "new golden age of television....
  • The Showrunner Must Go On

    The late Aaron Spelling was modest and courtly to a fault. So when asked about his storied career at the TV Critics Assn. tour years ago, he gave most of the credit to the actors, writers and artisans with whom he'd worked. When a rather naive reporter...