Ken Ehrlich Named Executive Producer of Emmys 2013 6 weeks ago
Ken Ehrlich is coming back to the Emmys.
The veteran producer has been tapped to executive produce this year's Emmy Awards, marking his...
By Tim Kenneally
Analysis: 'Mad Men' and 'Modern Family' walk away winners ... but so does the recently departed 'Friday Night Lights'
The stars walk the long line to L.A. Live downtown for the annual primetime awards telecast
The guest lists, the giftbags, Stevie Nicks, waiters with face tattoos, and where you’re most likely to cross paths with Charlie Sheen.
Hollyblog: Since the Emmys came into existence in 1949, they had never been postponed or canceled until 2001 -- in that year it happened twice
September 10 show will also include Rebecca Romijn, Walton Goggins, Priscilla Presley
The veteran actor talks about Nicholson and Corman, Kazan and Coppola -- and that surprising Emmy nomination for "Big Love"
Creator of recently canceled series will be honored by the TV Academy for his "inventive and extraordinary" use of television
Local NBC station wins 13 awards, more than double the total for its closest competitor
Burnett looks close to home for production team of Audrey Morrissey, Jane Y. Mun, Hyunjoo Kim and Melissa Watkins Trueblood
ANALYSIS: Ed O'Neill finally gets his nomination, a top actress is MIA -- and once again, it's HBOnly
"Community" star puts "Bridesmaids" actress through her paces to prepare her for the grueling task of nomination announcements
Station received 28 nods; Fox Sports West, in the thick of the battle for the Dodgers, receives 15
It's the last chance for many voters to affect this year's race, and also the final opportunity to vote for a season's worth of work
At a Wrap screening for “Men of a Certain Age” the star and series co-creator Mike Royce dish on middle age, Cialis and what Season 2 holds
With on and offscreen shockers making this a week to remember, the star of "Game of Thrones" reflects on being a good man in a nest of snakes
Steven S. DeKnight, the man behind Starz's blood-and-swords Roman action drama, spills own his guts at TheWrap's Emmy Screening Series
The reigning Emmy champ talks about hosting the show, writing her memoir and turning over a new leaf, maybe, on "Glee"
Want to know how Emmy voting works? We've got the dirty details
"It's a different, different, different world today -- the past never dies, and the headlines win, in terms of what becomes history"
The directors of the movie chronicling "An American Family" say documentary ethics aren't what they used to be
The star of NBC's "Community" talks about getting laughs (which she loves) and touching frogs (not so much)
The Donald is in the running for Reality Show Host, but he's up against the Emmys' nuttiest field of contenders: William Shatner, RuPaul...
Bryan Cranston, Jamie Oliver and Charlie Sheen won't be able to win Primetime Emmys this year -- but 4,000 others will
Television Academy posts long lists of contenders; ballots due back by June 24
The "Mad Men" star talks about real lives, fake people, tough women ... and that walk
"The Good Wife" star on what she likes about the Emmys (they're old school) and what she doesn't (they judge you on one episode)
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts