I am so happy to announce that "Life Itself," the wonderfully life-affirming documentary about my late husband Roger Ebert, was nominated for a Best Documentary Emmy by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS). The film was directed by award winning director, Steve James, and was produced by CNN Films and Kartemquin Films. Show More Summary
The gig: Film producer Suzanne Todd has received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations, and her movies have grossed more than $2 billion worldwide.Todd has produced films for almost every major studio, with credits including “Alice in Wonderland,” “Memento” and the “Austin Powers” trilogy. Early in...
The Canadian actress who received her second Emmy drama actress nomination last week for Orphan Black will say goodbye to the BBC America show after its fifth and final season next year. And for any actress, Maslany has had the roleShow More Summary
Veep actor Peter MacNicol has made the news because he has had his Emmy nomination revoked — but why did this happen to such a good actor? And is this the first time such a thing has happened? Veep actor Peter MacNicol Emmy nomination revoked According to the New York Daily News, the veteran actor... Show More Summary
BoJack Horseman — a deeply insecure, self-destructive, and often manipulative anthropomorphic horse — isn’t the first unsympathetic character Will Arnett has played. He was nominated for Emmys for both Arrested Development’s self-absorbed showman G.O.B. Bluth and a recurring 30 Rock guest role as snakelike NBC executive Devon Banks. “People always ... More »
If you are trying to win an Emmy, don’t think you can get away with anything, because apparently someone is always watching your ass for disqualifications. Read more...
When a door closes, a window opens, and when one actor named Peter’s award nomination is rescinded, that makes way for another Peter to step in to replace him. The Peters in question are MacNicol and Scolari, and the award is this year’s Emmy for outstanding guest actor in a comedy role. Show More Summary
For Game of Thrones fans who scored the golden ticket to attend Comic Con, then you are in for a treat. If you loved season 6 of Game Of Thrones as much as I have and applaud all the Emmy nominations that this show garnered this year, then celebrate with a scavenger hunt at Comic Con! By tweeting out … Continue reading Comic-Con 2016: Game Of Thrones scavenger hunt ?
LOS ANGELES — Veep's Peter MacNicol is no longer a 2016 Emmy nominee. The 62-year-old actor, who was nominated for outstanding guest actor in a comedy series for his role as Jonah's politically influential uncle, was disqualified onShow More Summary
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominations today for the 37th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, with PBS leading the way with 54 nominations. Among the Big 4 broadcasters, CBS was well ahead of the...
The 2016 Emmy nominations were announced last week, but a controversy has resulted in one acting nominee being stripped of his recognition, and another has taken his place. Oddly enough, the Emmys traded in one Peter for another.
“Girls” cast member Peter Scolari has earned an Emmy nomination for guest actor in a comedy series, replacing Peter MacNicol, who was ruled ineligible Wednesday because he had appeared in too many episodes to qualify. Scolari plays Tad Horvath, father of Hannah (Lena Dunham). The character came...
PBS earned the most total nominations of any news organization or network, and 60 Minutes was the most-nominated program.
Scolari recognized for his work on 'Girls' after 'Veep' star MacNicol was ruled ineligible.
Peter Scolari, who plays Lena Dunham’s father Tad on HBO’s Girls, has been tapped as the new nominee for the Emmy Awards’ Guest Actor in a Comedy Series category. He replaces Peter MacNicol, who was originally nominated for his roleShow More Summary
As is typically the case, PBS dominated the nominations for News and Documentary Emmy Awards announced today. The pubcaster grabbed 54 noms — three fewer than last year’s haul — fueled by 18 for Frontline and eight apiece for its Independent...Show More Summary
Actor appeared in too many episodes to be considered a guest; replacement due Thursday.
John Singleton is no stranger to awards attention. After all, a quarter-century ago, his 1992 debut film "Boyz n the Hood" garnered all kinds of accolades, including Academy Awards nominations for Best Direction and Best Original Screenplay...Show More Summary
Actor Peter MacNicol was nominated in the guest actor category for the 2016 Emmys for his work on Veep, but his nomination has been rescinded. The rules state that “only performers appearing in less than 50% of the eligible episodes are able to submit in the Guest Performer categories.” Peter appeared in five out of [...]
An actor who received an Emmy nomination for his work on “Veep” has had that nomination rescinded by the TV Academy. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the nomination for Peter MacNicol for guest actor in a comedy series was pulle...