13 Obscure Shows to Binge Before Emmy Nominations
For those caught up on the categories' frontrunners, THR highlights the critically-acclaimed newcomers and the widely-underrated returners that may nab a nod in mid-July.
Throwback Thursday: A Preteen Tracee Ellis Ross Tagged Along With Mom Diana to Glitzy Events
"She has her own guiding light," Diana Ross tells THR of her daughter's decision to pursue acting over music. "She knows where she wants to be and how she wants to be treated in her life."
Emmys: Louis J. Horvitz Returning to Direct
Danette Herman, Bob Dickinson and Baz Halpin will also be part of the Fox telecast.
From 'Mad Men' to 'Empire,' 6 TV Critics Make Last-Ditch Emmy Picks
Corralled by THR's Tim Goodman, TV reviewers (from Salon to TV Guide to USA Today) reveal their choices and wishes for Emmy's most deserving nominees.
Producer Colin Callender on Emmys' Folly: Save the Miniseries! (Guest Column)
The former president of HBO Films (and now executive producer of PBS' 'Wolf Hall') argues against the pitting of miniseries vs. limited series: "Consolidation is not the answer."
'American Crime' Actor on His Criminal Past and What Hollywood Gets Wrong about Gang Life
Richard Cabral survived addiction and prison before transforming his history into an acclaimed — and inspiring — performance.
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