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Emmys: From Nicole Kidman To Sean Spicer, From Networks To Streamers This Show Had Something For Everyone – Hammond Analysis

In my opinion it was a stirring year for the Emmys in terms of diversity, the number of strong female-oriented shows winning in big numbers, the emergence of streaming into Emmy’s top categories, the renewed success of a 42 year old series, and the presence of politics and Donald Trump in a way that makes this 69th Emmy Award show one for the books. Show More Summary

Emmys: Three-Time Comedy Winner ‘Veep’ Likely To Skip Race Next Year; AMC’s ‘Better Call Saul’ Also Won’t Debut In Time For 2018 Eligibility

EXCLUSIVE: Once again HBO’s Veep was triumphant  as Best Comedy Series for the third year in row as well as winning Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Julia Louis-Dreyfus for a record-setting sixth year in a row,  but based on sources all the indications are that the streak will end here. Show More Summary

Oscars: Angelina Jolie’s ‘First They Killed My Father’ To Be Set As Cambodia’s Foreign Language Entry

Angelina Jolie's First They Killed My Father is expected to imminently be confirmed as the official Cambodian submission for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, sources indicate. The Netflix title, directed and co-written by Jolie, is about author and human rights activist Loung Ung's life under the rule of the deadly Khmer Rouge. Show More Summary

Emmy Analysis: Hulu Breaks Through As Women Make Strides

What a difference a year makes. In 2016, Hulu celebrated its first two Emmy wins, both in crafts categories. Being third to the high-end original series party, following the deep-pocketed Netflix and Amazon, Hulu was last among themShow More Summary

Jann Wenner Selling Controlling Stake in Rolling Stone

Jann Wenner is selling his controlling stake in Rolling Stone, relenquishing the publication he steered from street savvy newspaper to glossy cultural influencer in 50 years. The story was first reported by the New York Times. "I love my job, I enjoy it, I've enjoyed it for a long time," Wenner, age 71, told the Times. Show More Summary

‘Stranger Things’ ‘Westworld’ & ‘Feud’ Fizzle At Emmys Against ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ & ‘Big Little Lies’

It was a very good night for The Handmaid's Tale and Big Little Lies at the 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday but for contenders Stranger Things, Westworld and Feud, TV's bug night had small rewards. Despite high expectations,...Show More Summary

Sterling K. Brown Finishes Emmy Speech Backstage

Sterling K. Brown, who made history Sunday night becoming the first black actor to win the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series category since Andre Braugher in 1998, finally got to finish his acceptance speech backstage. He wasShow More Summary

Diversity Makes History At The Emmys With Wins By Sterling K. Brown, Riz Ahmed, Donald Glover & More

After Emmy voters embraced a record number of performers from diverse backgrounds with 27 acting nominations back in July, history continued to be made tonight when the winners were announced. And it wasn’t just in the acting categories. After winning an Emmy for best supporting actor in The People v. Show More Summary

2017 Emmy Wins By Program

The TV Academy doled out 27 awards tonight during the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards telecast, but only a dozen programs went home with hardware. Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and HBO’s Big Little Lies led the way with five wins apiece, followed by NBC’s Saturday Night Live with four. Show More Summary

‘Master Of None’s Lena Waithe Talks Making Emmy History; Aziz Ansari On “Ambitious” Episode

Lena Waithe took the stage and “reclaimed her time” a la Maxine Waters as she accepted her Emmy for Best Comedy Writing. “Thank you for embracing little Indian boy from South Carolina and a queer Black girl from Southside of Chicago,” said Waithe. Show More Summary

2017 Emmy Wins By Network

There were 27 awards handed out tonight during the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards telecast, but the TV Academy didn’t exactly spread the wealth: Only five networks were represented onstage. HBO, as usual, led the field, with NBC making a strong showing for the Big 4 broadcast nets. Show More Summary

‘Big Little Lies’ Cast, Creators Empowering Women: Emmys Backstage Reaction

Big Little Lies won big tonight at the Emmys. The HBO’s Limited Series based on the best-selling book by Liane Moriarty cleaned up tonight with collecting the trophy for Best Limited Series as well as a trio of acting accolades for Alexander Skarsgard, Laura Dern, and Nicole Kidman. Show More Summary

Hulu’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Win Marks First Best Series Emmy For A Streaming Service

Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale finished off its big night by winning the Outstanding Drama Series trophy at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, marking the first-ever win in the Emmys’ marquee category by a streaming service. The rookie series...Show More Summary

‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2: “I’m Thinking About It” Says Producer-Author Liane Moriarty

The second season to Big Little Lies on HBO is still TBD according to the show’s Emmy winners who graced the press room tonight. “I’m thinking about it,” said producer and author of the book Liane Moriarty. It’s been reported that Moriarty...Show More Summary

‘Veep’ Extends Streak With Third Outstanding Comedy Series Win – Emmys

With 17 nominations total this year and two previous wins for Best Comedy Series, HBO's Veep was seen as the one to beat in this category — and Team Selina Meyer prevailed with a third consecutive victory. Season 6 was again universally acclaimed and was the second since creator Armando Iannucci left the show in David Mandel's hands. Show More Summary

‘Black Mirror’ Creator Charlie Brooker On 2017 As “One Long, Unending Episode” Of Netflix Horror Anthology Series — Emmys

If nothing else, you can certainly say one thing for Emmy voters this year: They were generally quite consistent. Accepting his second award of the night for San Junipero—the breakout Black Mirror episode which features the series’ lone...Show More Summary

Elisabeth Moss Lands First Emmy Win For ‘Handmaid’s Tale’; Gets Bleeped Out Twice

Elisabeth Moss has taken the outstanding lead actress in a drama series Emmy for The Handmaid’s Tale. In a short but emotional acceptance speech, Moss thanked MGM and Hulu among others, but was bleeped out twice for two obscenities,Show More Summary

Emmys TV Review: Trump Overkill Stains Stephen Colbert’s Hosting Debut

Stephen Colbert was the host of the 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards tonight and The Handmaid’s Tale was a big winner but it was Donald Trump who was in the spotlight in glaring overkill. "In a way, this is all your fault," the Last...Show More Summary

How ‘SNL’ Got It Right In The Year Of Donald Trump: Lorne Michaels, Alec Baldwin & Kate McKinnon Backstage At Emmys

“This was one of our most amazing years we ever had, everything changed, every day,” said Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels about the process of parodying and keeping up in a mercurial news cycle spurred by President DonaldShow More Summary

Sterling K. Brown Pays Tribute To Last African American Winner In Lead Actor Drama, Andre Braugher: — Emmys

It was quite a sterling moment, indeed, for This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown, as he accepted his second consecutive Emmy tonight at the Microsoft Theater. Following his breakout turn as attorney Christopher Darden—Marcia Clark’s right-hand man—in Ryan Murphy’s The People v. Show More Summary

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