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From ‘Mare of Easttown’ to ’The Queen’s Gambit’: Books to Read Based on Emmy Nominees

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. As the best in television will be celebrated during…

Experts Weigh In: Who Should Win — And Who Will Win at the Emmys

BEST DRAMA SERIES WILL WIN: The Crown (Netflix) The Handmaid’s Tale has one more acting nomination (10), The Mandalorian the same total (24), and this is the last chance to honor Lovecraft…

Darren Star Talks ‘Emily in Paris’ Backlash, ‘Sex and the City’ Reboot and ‘Younger’ Spinoff

In mid-July, Darren Star’s 10-year-old son, Evan, called to make sure his father had remembered to tune in for the 2021 Emmy nominations. But Star — the Hollywood vet behind such…

Emmys: Will Escapist Shows Dominate This Year’s Race?

If last year’s Emmys were the first proof that a pandemic-era awards show is possible, this year’s will highlight the entertainment we consumed during all that time spent at home — and based on…

Emmys Polls: Who Should Win the Comedy Categories?

The 2021 Emmy Awards feature a diverse lineup of nominees in the comedy series categories. Eight shows will be competing for the title of best comedy series, with last year’s winner, Schitt’s…

Critic’s Notebook: 2021 Emmy Nominations Offer Pleasant Surprises (and ‘Emily in Paris’ Nominations)

As pundits have been saying for months, this year’s Emmy nomination field was always going to be chaotic. Every major series and acting winner from the 2020 ceremony wasn’t eligible, meaning…

“Fear and Desperation Drive a Lot of Comedy”: Bill Lawrence, Chuck Lorre, Darren Star and the Comedy Showrunner Roundtable

Showrunning isn’t for the faint of heart. And yet, for three of the six gathered for The Hollywood Reporter‘s annual Comedy Showrunner Emmy Roundtable — PEN15‘s Anna Konkle, Chad‘s Nasim Pedrad and Th…

4 TV Costume Designers on Capturing Complex Female Protagonists

The costume designers from four of TV's hottest shows expertly interpreted conversation- (and trend-) starting fashion to portray compelling protagonists By Fawnia Soo Hoo

‘Emily in Paris’: TV Review

In Netflix's latest comedy 'Emily in Paris,' Lily Collins stars as a plucky young American marketing exec stumbling her way through her dream job in Paris.