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1: Emmy won by Bill Maher, who collected his first this year, after 32 nominations, as one of the producers of HBO's "Vice." He'll have another chance Monday with nomination No. 33 for his variety series "Real Time With Bill Maher."
For Noah Hawley, this is a true story.
A prison guard locks a drug-addled inmate in a closet. When he returns to check on her, she's slumped against the wall, dead. The guard panics, ties an electrical cord around her neck and hangs her from a pipe, trying to make her overdose look like a suicide.
When Seth Meyers hits the stage at the Nokia Theatre on Monday as host of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, it will be almost six months to the day after taking over NBC's "Late Night." When Seth Meyers hits the stage at the Nokia Theatre on Monday as host of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, it will be almost six months to the day after taking over NBC's "Late Night."
Here comes "Intruders," creeping into BBC America on dead cat's feet, a Saturday-night sci-fi companion to the gloriously returning "Doctor Who."
When Steven Moffat titles an episode "Deep Breath," he isn't kidding.
For the first time in 40 years, the Emmy Awards will be on Monday night. Television's best and brightest, accustomed to having the deserted streets of downtown Los Angeles to themselves on a Sunday evening, now have something else on their minds besides what to wear and what to say.
Homer Simpson may not be much of an athlete, but he and his family are running one heck of an ultramarathon for FXX.
Peter Capaldi has just landed in New York, the fifth stop in a worldwide tour promoting the new season of "Doctor Who" that began in the United Kingdom, continued with visits to South Korea and Australia and now, after a 22-hour flight that crossed the international dateline, has descended on...
"Mythbusters" hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman closed out their most recent season on Thursday with a special farewell to "Mythbusters" co-hosts Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara.
Any group of awards bestowed by one group of humans on another will inevitably be considered arbitrary, political, meaningless, myopic or absurd (unless, of course, you win one, at which time they become shiny symbols of wisdom and insight).
Bob Barker is 90 years old, but he's still got some fight left in him. And he'll prove it next week when he returns for a guest spot on the CBS daytime soap "The Bold and the Beautiful."
Christopher Lloyd's got a knack for Emmy-winning comedy — first with 'Frasier' and now 'Modern Family.' Just like his dad, who wrote the famed Chuckles the clown episode of 'Mary Tyler Moore.' Christopher Lloyd's got a knack for Emmy-winning...Show More Summary
Netflix's 'BoJack Horseman' binge-worthy? Beyond snaring the likes of Will Arnett, Aaron Paul and Amy Sedaris, there isn't much to graze on in this adult-oriented comedy available Friday. Netflix's 'BoJack Horseman' binge-worthy? Beyond snaring the likes of Will Arnett, Aaron Paul and Amy Sedaris, there isn't much to graze on in this adult-oriented comedy available Friday.
Reality star Michelle Duggar, matriarch of the ever-expanding family featured in the TLC series, "19 Kids and Counting," recorded a robocall urging citizens of the Fayetteville, Ark., area to speak out against an antidiscrimination ordinance that would protect the rights of transgender men...
David Letterman seemed to be considering his post-retirement plans out loud when he interviewed documentary filmmaker Ken Burns on Wednesday's "Late Show."
"Doctor Who." Out with the old, in with the … old? There's a new Doctor in the house and he's a doozy. Having survived more than 900 years, countless battles and a 25th anniversary that got a little crazy, our gallant Time Lord has regenerated for the 12th time (or 13th, or 14th if you count...
With the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards set for Monday, preparations have begun for the television industry's biggest night -- and for the dinner party after television's biggest night.
Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, FX has set the premiere date for "American Horror Story: Freak Show."
When "Breaking Bad" ended last year, we all suspected we'd see Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul re-teamed on screen in some way. But no one could have predicted it would be this soon.