NATAS Unveils New Emmys Ceremony Focusing on Children’s and Family Programming
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Wednesday unveiled the Children’s and Family Emmy Awards, which will debut next year. The children’s and family programming categories had, up to now, been part of the Daytime Emmy Awards, but this move separates them into their own show. The announcement marks the first standalone expansion […]
A+E Networks Chairman Abbe Raven Joins International TV Academy Executive Committee
She will move from director to her new post on Jan. 1.
Amazon Studios Director Criticizes Netflix’s Release Model
The company premieres its first two scripted programs, "Alpha House" and "Betas," later this month: "We get the note often that you don't have to make it like regular TV," Michael Lehmann, "Betas" director/EP, admits.
2013 Emmy Parties
This year's nominees were feted pre- and post-awards ceremony by BAFTA, NBCUniversal, Showtime, HBO, Fox and the TV Academy over the weekend.
Emmys 2013: TV Academy Guru Breaks Down the New Rules
Senior vp awards John Leverence tells THR about backtracking on the miniseries and movies consolidation and which stunt performers are eligible this year.
TV Academy Topper Adds 5 to Executive Committee
Bruce Rosenblum appoints executives from Sony Pictures Television, 20th Television, Hulu, CAA and Berman Braun, while the board adds another four to the panel.
Why It’s Called an Emmy
The inspiration of the Emmy Award has a long history, from ancient Greece to a fatal Kennedy accident in World War II to the gizmos that made early TV possible.
‘Sons of Anarchy’ Kurt Sutter Talks Emmy Snubs and Season 4
“My tweets are more about my bad relationship with my father than they were about the actual Emmys,” he said Saturday morning at TCA.
‘The Borgias’: Why Creator Neil Jordan Is Glad He Failed to Get It Made as a Movie
The writer-director tried for years to make "The Borgias," now a Showtime series that could fetch Emmy noms Thursday, into a movie that almost starred Viggo Mortensen and Christina Ricci, then Colin Farrell and Scarlett Johansson.
Julian Fellowes Addresses Monte Hellman’s ‘Gosford Park’ Claim, ‘Downton Abbey’s’ Shocking Scene
The creator of the PBS miniseries reveals to THR how one of the most surprising scenes came about.
Emmy Voting Ends as THR Analyzes the Campaigns
The ballots are in, and The Race's Tim Appelo breaks down the smartest, most inventive ad drives for nominations.
5 Reasons Why ‘Game of Thrones’ Might Win Emmys
HBO's fantastic surprise hit "Game of Thrones" could outperform Emmy expectations.