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Mike Epps On Larry King Talks Ferguson, Pete Carroll, And Playing Richard Pryor [Video]

Mike Epps sits down with Larry King on the Emmy nominated series “Larry King Now” for an in-depth interview where the actor and comedian tackles everything from Ferguson, “deflatgate,” the Super Bowl, Justin Bieber and his new role as Richard

Marisa Tomei to Play Gloria Steinem for HBO

Back in 2011, HBO won critical acclaim and an Emmy nomination for Gloria: In Her Own Words, a documentary… Read More

The Emmys Are Making Some Serious Changes, Get The Details

Every year, the Emmy nominations are announced and immediately met with equal amounts of fanfare and backlash, often about the actual categories themselves, and the seeming lack of hard lines between them. All that may change, however. Click To Continue Reading

The Emmys’ New Rules for Classifying Comedies and Dramas Make No Sense

The Emmy awards, like all awards shows, infuriate by their very existence. Excuse me, what show was nominated? And what show wasn’t? What actor was snubbed? What series won? What performance definitely should have won instead? EveryShow More Summary

The Emmys Redefine What's Considered a Comedy, Expands Categories

Big changes are coming to the Emmy Awards this year! The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which governs the annual awards show, changes nomination and voting rules quite often--a necessity as the medium evolves and the number of quality series continues to increase. Show More Summary

Huge Emmy Award Rule Changes: Comedies Defined as 30 Minutes, 7 Series Nominees and More

The Emmy Awards are making some rather big rule changes that will have a severe effect on some frequent nominees. The rule changes will expand nominations in the top categories to seven and also clear up the issue of comedy vs. drama and what constitutes a miniseries. There are even changes to the guest and variety categories.

Neil Marshall & Marc Helwig Launch Production Company, Sign Deal With Legendary Television

Emmy nominated director Neil Marshall (Game Of Thrones) and his longtime agent Marc Helwig have formed a TV/film production company, Applebox Entertainment, which has signed a two-year overall deal with Legendary TV. The English-born...Show More Summary

Newswire: CBS hires Laverne Cox to be awesome on its new legal drama

Now that she’s been nominated for an Emmy—oh, and on the cover of Time magazine—Laverne Cox is a hot commodity. Fresh off her nominated turn in season two of Orange Is The New Black, Variety reports that Cox has been cast in the pilot of CBS’s upcoming legal drama Doubt. Show More Summary

Laverne Cox to Co-Star in CBS Pilot Doubt

Laverne Cox has been cast in the CBS drama pilot Doubt, Deadline reports. The Orange Is the New Black star became the first openly transgender actor to earn an Emmy nomination for her role in the Netflix series. Now her role in Doubt will also make her the first transgender series regular on a... Read More > Other Links From Laverne Cox

Laverne Cox Cast As Transgender Attorney In CBS Pilot ‘Doubt’

Laverne Cox already made history, becoming the first openly transgender actor to earn an Emmy nomination for her breakout role on Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black. She is now looking to break more ground for transgender performers with the first transgender series regular character on broadcast TV played by a transgender actor. Show More Summary

Marriott Taps YouTube Stars to Get ‘Heads in Beds’

What’s Trending, the Emmy nominated content platform, has partnered with Marriott for a new campaign designed to push their mobile check-in app. They’ve tapped five YouTube stars to produce five episodes of travel programming. The episodes...Show More Summary

Have A Look At The Poster & Motion Poster for 'House of Cards' Season 3

The official poster is now online for the highly anticipated third season of the Netflix original series House of Cards. Created by Golden Globe® and Emmy® nominated showrunner Beau Willimon, the critically acclaimed drama starring Golden Globe® winners Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright, returns to Washington with the stakes now higher than ever. Show More Summary

For $26,500, This 1986 Mazda Luce Is Your Royal Without Cheese 

4 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Susan Lucci is famous for being perennially nominated for a daytime emmy but not winning until 1999. Similarly, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mazda Luce Royal Classic never won the award for stateside sales, until this one showed up on the Craigslist. Let's see if you find its price to be award-worthy. Read more...

Louis CK & Pamela Adlon Open New FX Chapter With ‘Better Things’ Pilot

Louis CK already made history for FX with Louie, which became the first comedy on basic cable to receive a best comedy series Emmy nomination and the first FX comedy series to win an Emmy. (It has earned three so far, including two writing ones for CK). Show More Summary

WATCH: Car dealership stiffs pizza delivery guy

2 months agoHumor : Boing Boing

A TV network should hire everyone seen here, recreate the back office on a soundstage, and make a show called F&R Auto Sales. The woman who threatened to put her foot in the delivery guy's ass would get nominated for an Emmy, and the guy who chortled at her witty retort would win one. Read the rest

‘Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee’ Renewed By Crackle – TCA

Sony’s streaming service/TV network Crackle said today that it has renewed Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee for a sixth season. The web series, from Sony Pictures TV’s Embassy Row, has been twice nominated for Emmys and is Crackle’s most popular series with nearly 70 million streams since its July 2012 debut. Show More Summary

Jeffrey Tambor Wins His First Golden Globe for 'Transparent'

Jeffrey Tambor poses with his trophy in the press room after winning at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (January 11) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 70-year-old actor has been nominated for Emmys six times, but this is his first nomination and win at the Golden Globes. Jeffrey [...]

TV Club: Portlandia: “The Story Of Toni And Candace”

2014 was something of a mixed bag for Portlandia. On one hand it was the show’s best year in terms of industry recognition since its 2011 Peabody Award, with its first major Emmy nomination for Fred Armisen as Outstanding SupportingShow More Summary

Patrick Wilson Ted Danson & Jean Smart to Star in Season 2 of 'Fargo'

Golden Globe nominated actor Patrick Wilson (Angels in America, The Conjuring), multiple Emmy and Golden Globe winner Ted Danson, and multiple Emmy winner Jean Smart have signed on to star in the second installment of FX’s Emmy and AFI Award winning miniseries franchise Fargo

The Weird Story Behind Judd Apatow's Only Simpsons Writing Credit

Long before Judd Apatow became a household name scoring multiple Emmy Awards and nominations for Golden Globe and Academy Awards he was a young comedian hoping to start a career in TV writing. After being told that the way into the industry...Show More Summary

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