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Pop superstar, a two-time Emmy winner, will be a presenter at Sunday's show.
Tina Fey, Justin Timberlake, Ellen Burstyn and Michael J. Fox all go home winners.
Broadcast can't stem the tide of badly-rated awards shows.
Sunday night's telecast of the 36th annual Daytime Emmys on the CW crashed and burned in the ratings, attracting half the audience of last year's already low-rated ABC broadcast.
"Bold and the Beautiful" takes first drama trophy in the show's 22 years.
Exclusive! Todd Leavitt's 12 reasons to have stood firm on time-shift.
"There are factions within the Academy who simply don't respect the will of the majority."
Exec director writes letter to ATAS' John Shaffner.
Defends attempts to put some life back into the show.
"Unless the Academy reconsiders the change, the Guild ... is not bound by its commitments to the Academy."
Mischer: "By shortening it, we can add more content. The integrity will not change."
WGA puts out list of scribes who oppose telecast changes.
“A show that has always recognized the best in the industry now seems to be focused on recognizing broadcast network television.”
Eight of the 28 honors to be prerecorded.
International TV Academy unveils news, current event noms.
The Dirty Little Secret of awards show culture is this: The only people with a hankering to watch are overwhelmingly older and coastal.
Did your favorite show or star make the cut?
Cable network leads with 99 noms; NBC sitcom lands comedy record 22.
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