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  • Emmys 2014: Nominee Josh Charles notes fading presence of broadcast TV

    Emmys 2014: Nominee Josh Charles notes fading presence of broadcast TV
    In his final season on "The Good Wife," Josh Charles as Will Gardner took his fury out on a hapless office desk, played dirty in the courtroom against his former flame, left mysterious voice mails and died a death that had viewers stunned. And the...
  • 'The Good Wife' Leads List of Emmy Snubs and Surprises

    How could "The Good Wife" not make the cut this year? That was the question top of mind for many bizzers Thursday morning as they digested the news of the 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards nominations. No doubt the drama series competition was fierce...
  • Emmys 2014: Chat live about the nominations -- and the omissions

    Emmys 2014: Chat live about the nominations -- and the omissions
    Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning, and though there are plenty of reasons to be happy, just about everybody is going to have a gripe or three (no "Orphan Black," very little "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "The Good Wife"?) -- because there's just...
  • 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...
  • Women Few and Far Between in Emmy's Writing and Directing Races

    The Emmy nominations for writing and directing are usually a bellwether of where the industry insiders see the sizzle in the small screen. The scribe and helming categories are less of a popularity contest than the comedy and drama series races. So it...
  • Emmy Nomination 'Snubs:' So Who Would You Give the Boot?

    Michael Sheen is really, really good in Showtime's "Masters of Sex." And if push comes to shove, you could make a case for omitting Kevin Spacey or Jeff Daniels -- the latter in the way MVPs usually don't come from losing teams -- to make room for him....
  • Emmy Preview: Category Shifting Is the Big Story This Year

    This Emmy season, there's going to be more of everything: more campaigning, more events and more media coverage. The reason: more worthy contenders. And that explains another increase: more jockeying. The frenzy kicked off when HBO announced that "True...
  • EMMYS: Is It Broadcast vs. Cable, or Quantity vs. Quality?

    "The Good Wife" triggered discussion with an Emmy campaign mailer predicated on the fact the CBS series produces far more episodes (22 a season) than its likely cable rivals. But is quantity a legitimate factor in assessing quality -- or indeed, even...
  • Julianna Margulies, Matthew Rhys on Divas, Theater and Unrequited Love

    They'd never met, but it didn't take long for Julianna Margulies and Matthew Rhys to discover they have much in common after the two Gotham-based actors sat down with Variety's Cynthia Littleton in early May at New York's Gramercy Park Hotel. The lively...
  • TV Review: 'Power'

    A pay-cable crime soap with a hip-hop beat, "Power" counts Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson among its executive producers, and draws liberally from a rich history of mob yarns. By that measure, this Starz series musters occasional moments -- mostly courtesy of...
  • Do actors get frustrated with their characters' bad choices?

    Do actors get frustrated with their characters' bad choices?
    When your character's life story is built on a house of lies, when every decision he or she makes is a poor one, an actor's bound to get frustrated playing that role, right? Not necessarily. The Envelope invited six actors from some of television's most...