Articles tagged emmy awards

16 Jul 2015 // 11:34 AM

Emmy Nominations 2015: List of Nominees

The nominees for the 2015 Emmy Awards were announced Thursday morning.

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18 Jul 2011 // 7:20 AM

HBO is Emmy nominations king

LOS ANGELES — Looking over the Emmy nominations announced Thursday morning, you’d almost think that the TV academy was honoring two separate industries. For drama

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21 Sep 2009 // 3:18 AM

CHICAGO — The 2009 Emmys looked a lot like the 2008 Emmys, when it came to the winners. Once again, Tina Fey picked up a best comedy statue

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17 Sep 2009 // 5:22 AM

Neil Patrick Harris makes his debut as Emmy host Sunday night — just as the telecast could use a great big blast of his “awesomeness.” The

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At 61, the Emmys have struck a surprisingly hip pose. Nominators threw a lot of love at Fox’s “Family Guy” and HBO’s “Flight of

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5 Jun 2009 // 7:39 AM

You know Hugh Laurie is going to get his props. And so will Tina Fey and Glenn Close. There are certain TV stars who are

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8 Jul 2008 // 4:32 AM

I’ve been reading the unofficial lists of Emmy semi-finalists that Tom O’Neil has been posting at the Gold Derby site (

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James Spader poses with his Emmy in the press roomof the 59th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at theShrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California, Sunday,September 16, 2007.

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14 Sep 2007 // 6:06 AM

We considered boycotting the Emmys this year, based on the best drama category alone. No “Friday Night Lights?” Are you insane? ... No “Lost.” No “The

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18 Jul 2007 // 9:38 AM

Time again to take a deep breath. Think calm thoughts. The 2007 Emmy nominations come out Thursday morning, and the heavy odds are that Emmy voters

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16 Jul 2007 // 7:13 AM

Picking the Emmy snubs can really hurt

Out of all the major entertainment shows, the Primetime Emmys may be the toughest to predict, especially now that “The West Wing” and “Everybody Loves

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//Mixed media

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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