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For the past three years, the Television Academy grouped the nominees for Outstanding Miniseries and TV Movie into one category.
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With "The Walking Dead" delivering arguably its best season yet with Season 4, many fans would argue it's a shame that the AMC drama got snubbed in the 66th annual Emmy Awards.
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She spoke about how the filming of the movie had several very emotional, crying scenes that left her emotionally exhausted but it allowed her the very sensitive topic of sexual assault by a teacher with a high school aged girl.
'Farnsworth Invention' looks at TV's origins Aaron Sorkin's play explores the lives of two key progenitors of TV.
The serialized crime drama has received cancellation notices twice since its debut on AMC in 2011.
Step aside, Monica, Chandler and the gang! The Big Bang Theory might become the next sitcom ensemble to earn $1 million per episode.
After several years in which TV movies and miniseries were lumped together in a strange apples-and-oranges kind of Emmy category, the Television Academy has separated the two for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards.
From a young age little girls learn the word "pretty," but in the last few years everything is changing - for the better.
Billy Bob Thornton has revealed he wants another TV role - and he'd love a part in The Big Bang Theory.
David Suchet as Hercule Poirot in Agatha Christie's "Poirot: Curtain, Poirot's Last Case," premiering exclusively on Acorn TV.
Ian Ziering, as Fin Shepard, battles a shark on a New York City street in a scene from "Sharknado 2: The Second One".
Have you been missing Kyra Sedgwick and The Closer ? Well, the actress is returning to television for a new role in a very different crime show.
With still exactly a month to go before the big event, the Emmy party season kicked off in style last night on the 3rd floor outdoor deck of the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills with a bash for performer nominees.
"The great thing about film is, anything is possible," says Leura's Matt Drummond who has been nominated for his third Emmy.
If they're giving us a taste of what 's to come, they're sure to wow on the red carpet at he upcoming Primetime Emmy Awards.
The chronology of recent Big Public Events in Television - the Emmy nominations announcements followed a few weeks later by Comic-Con - spotlights an almost identical philosophical issue: There's the Emmy nominations, and then there's Comic-Con.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:23 am
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