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Emmys 2020

Engineering Emmys Recognize Remote Working Technology Amid COVID-19 Era

For this year's Engineering Emmys, honorees include companies that developed tools used for remote working during the pandemic.

Baking and Protests: How Hollywood Stylists Have Stayed Sane During Stay-at-Home Orders

The industry's top image architects discuss how they've pivoted from frenzied schedules to time with family, personal projects and activism: "I put on my sneakers and joined a march. I've been marching ever since."

ABC’s Emmy Boss Talks Hazmat Suits, Garbage Fires and Potential Oscar Lessons

Rob Mills, ABC's executive behind the 2020 "virtual" Emmy telecast, talks Hazmat suits, garbage fires and potentially lessons for the Oscars.

Jimmy Kimmel Responds to Low Emmys Ratings: “We Set a Record, Let’s Just Say That”

Jimmy Kimmel addressed the all-time-low ratings for the 72nd annual Emmys ceremony, which he hosted, at the top of his ABC show on Monday.

Emmys: Zendaya, Kerry Washington Among Stars That Dazzled with Statement Jewels

The Hollywood Reporter breaks down who wore stand-out jewelry at the 2020 Emmy awards included Kerry Washington, Zendaya and Reese Witherspoon

TV Ratings: Emmys Hit All-Time Low for Second Straight Year

The 72nd Emmy Awards were the least-watched ever, for the second year in a row.

The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards: TV Review

Against long odds and considerable challenges, producer and host Jimmy Kimmel mounted a mostly live quarantined award show with astonishingly few blunders.

20 Best Dressed Stars at the 2020 Emmy Awards

The best-dressed stars of the night at the first-ever virtual Emmy Awards including Kerry Washington, Julia Garner, Yvonne Orji and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.

Emmy Snubs: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Shut Out of Major Categories

Other multi-nominated series that failed to win any awards in Sunday night's telecast include 'Insecure,' 'The Good Place,' 'What We Do in the Shadows' and 'Dead to Me.'

HBO Boss Talks Emmy Sweep, Resuming Production and ‘Watchmen’s’ Future

HBO boss Casey Bloys talks with The Hollywood Reporter about the 2020 Emmys, the futures of 'Watchmen' and 'I May Destroy You,' and looks ahead to a "strange" 2021.

Emmys Analysis: HBO Holds Off Netflix in a Year Unlike Any Other

It was an Emmys unlike any other on Sunday night, and not just because it took place in the middle of a global pandemic.