Ken Ehrlich Named Executive Producer of Emmys 2013 2 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
The Emmys combine four miniseries/movie acting categories into two, but make room for interactive work and comedic stunts
Annual celebration of excellence in television will air Sunday, Sept. 22.
"Homeland" will compete against "Breaking Bad," "Mad Men" in PGA's drama category; "Modern Family" goes up against "30 Rock," "Louie" in comedy
The Emmy Awards grow in total viewers, despite decline in key demo
Anallysis: Showtime series "Homeland" is the surprise Drama Series winner, sending past champ "Mad Men" to an 0-for-17 showing; "Modern Family" wins for comedy, again
Claire Danes wins for her performance in the Showtime thriller "Homeland"
"Game Change" snags best miniseries or movie
On the verge of the 25th season of "Survivor," Jeff Probst talks about longevity, catchphrases and hosting the worst Emmys ever
"Undercover Boss," "Kennedy Center Honors" win variety prizes; Jimmy Fallon, Kathy Bates, Martha Plimpton and Jeremy Davies take guest acting awards; "Game of Thrones" leads all shows
"Phineas and Ferb," "The X Factor" among winners for Emmy awards chosen by jury
NBC4 sweeps newscast categories in Los Angeles Area Emmys, but ties ABC7 and KTLA5 with seven awards
Guest Blog: Shakespeare wasn’t a Danish Prince, Updike never ran a Toyota dealership, William Goldman didn’t rob banks or move to Bolivia ...
Cable giant HBO still leads in Emmy nominations, but the gap is narrowing -- and challengers are coming from unlikely corners
Movie stars have had a built-in advantage when it comes to winning at the Emmys, but that's starting to change
In nominations for Southern California programming, NBC4's 20 Emmy nominations top the 14 noms for KTLA5; Lakers producer Susan Stratton wins Governors Award
Hector Ramirez may not be a household name, but nobody has more Emmy nominations than the longtime cameraman
In bouncing between movies, novels and sitcoms, there is some crossover in the required skill sets, but the bulges that don’t intersect lead lots of writers to their real-estate licenses
Guest Blog: In this re-entry into network TV, no matter where I looked -- ESE, WSW NNE, SSW -- the future was clouded with frigid conference calls, coded notes, oppressive tact and congestive collaboration
"Scandal" star Kerry Washington and "Parks and Recreation" star Nick Offerman will unveil this year's Emmys nominees on July 19
The producers of the Grammys launch their first-ever Emmy campaign in an attempt to get voters to notice how they reacted to Whitney Houston's death
The TV Academy's 15,000 members have until June 28 to cast their votes for Emmy nominations
The Primetime Emmy Awards struggle to adapt to a changing landscape that threatens to make primetime irrelevant
Don Mischer will executive produce for 12th time
"Book of Mormon" producer Scott Rudin becomes only the 11th person to win Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Awards
"30 Rock" stars says his decision not to attend had nothing to do with an excised joke Rupert Murdoch joke from his opening skit
From the red carpet, to the winners to Charlie Sheen tweeting a photo of him with Ashton Kutcher, we were there
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation