The Race
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Richard Dreyfuss ('Madoff')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Richard Dreyfuss ('Madoff')
The 68-year-old discusses his iconic 1970s films, his descent into darkness in the 1980s ("I spent those years being a low-down dirty dog and drugging myself into oblivion") and why he un-retired to play a "sociopathic son-of-a-bitch" in an ABC miniseries ("I literally did not know how to feed my family").
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Bill Maher ('Real Time With Bill Maher')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Bill Maher ('Real Time With Bill Maher')
HBO's provocative talk show host discusses his rise through comedy's ranks, Donald Trump ("he's LOL every day"), Stewart and Colbert ("never say anything that challenges their own audience") and his 1-for-35 Emmy track record ("I wear it as a badge of honor").
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Robert Wagner ('NCIS')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Robert Wagner ('NCIS')
The 86-year-old legend reflects on his rise to prominence during Hollywood's Golden Age, his secret four-year affair with Barbara Stanwyck, his late wife Natalie Wood and his Emmy-contending guest spot on CBS's highest-rated drama series.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Craig Zadan and Neil Meron ('The Wiz Live!')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Craig Zadan and Neil Meron ('The Wiz Live!')
Hollywood's go-to producers for anything related to musical theater — the movie musical 'Chicago,' music-filled Oscar shows and NBC's live musicals — dish on color-blind casting, hate-watching and plans to bring 'The Wiz' and 'Bombshell' to Broadway.
Emmys: How 'Game of Thrones' Hopes to Get Voters' Attention For Its Late-Arriving Episodes (Analysis)
Emmys: How 'Game of Thrones' Hopes to Get Voters' Attention For Its Late-Arriving Episodes (Analysis)
HBO's biggest hit didn't unveil its most acclaimed episode of the season until June 19, six days after Emmy voting began, but it's still staking a claim for consideration.
24-Year Academy Veteran Goes to the Other Side as Oscars Awards Consultant (Exclusive)
24-Year Academy Veteran Goes to the Other Side as Oscars Awards Consultant (Exclusive)
Ric Robertson, who worked at AMPAS, and former entertainment journalist Jonathan Taylor are lining up clients for their newly launched PR and marketing consultancy, Robertson Taylor Partners.
Feinberg Forecast: Emmy Predictions (6/20/16)
Feinberg Forecast: Emmy Predictions (6/20/16)
THR's awards expert offers his latest take on the race — including, for the first time, the structured and unstructured reality series categories.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — James Lipton ('Inside the Actors Studio')
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — James Lipton ('Inside the Actors Studio')
The legendary interviewer, who is nearing his 90th birthday, reflects on life before his hit Bravo show (he was an actor, writer, producer and yes, pimp), discusses the episodes that mean the most to him and answers the questionnaire he's made famous.
Anton Yelchin in His Own Words: 'How Many Different People Can I Play?'
Anton Yelchin in His Own Words: 'How Many Different People Can I Play?'
The actor, who died Sunday at age 27, spoke at length with THR's Scott Feinberg in 2011 about his early years, influences and breakthrough movie 'Like Crazy,' which was then just being released.
'Hamilton' Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr. to Exit Show
'Hamilton' Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr. to Exit Show
The role of Aaron Burr will be vacated after the show's evening performance on July 9, as the 34-year-old who made it iconic joins Lin-Manuel Miranda in moving on to other projects.
Emmys: A Time Before Screeners?! Publicists Reveal the Origins of Campaign Craziness (Guest Column)
Emmys: A Time Before Screeners?! Publicists Reveal the Origins of Campaign Craziness (Guest Column)
Richard Licata and Maggie Schmidt, who worked at HBO when it was still a fledgling cable network, explain how Emmy screeners first appeared — at L.A.-area video stores.
Emmys: Can Broadcast Reclaim Comedy and Drama Series Berths?
Emmys: Can Broadcast Reclaim Comedy and Drama Series Berths?
The outlook is as bleak as ever for network series, says THR's awards analyst, who explores why that is and which series could prove to be outliers.