Despite the pandemic, the Emmy Awards are going ahead as scheduled. Let’s take a look at who made the cut this year.
Get ready for the Emmys in September by catching up on these superb Emmy nominated shows.
The list of Emmy nominations has been released, with some surprising nominations and ommissions.
Michael Che and Colin Jost might be popular with the ‘Saturday Night Live’ crowd, but Emmy viewers were less than impressed with their efforts last night.
The 2018 Emmys happened last night, US time, showcasing and celebrating some of the biggest talents in television. There were some pretty spectacular red carpet looks, too.
Who doesn’t love free stuff, and there’s plenty to be found inside this year’s Emmy Awards gift bag. Oh to be famous.
I know this one went down Sunday night, but in case you missed it Stephen Colbert nailed his monologue. With a little help from Spicey, of course.
This year’s Emmy nominations are in, and given how much quality TV we’ve seen these past 12 months it’s going be a tight contest.
Bill Cosby jokes can go either way, and it looks like Jimmy Kimmel may have missed the mark a little with his efforts last night. Awkward.
There will be some rather pleased local producers following no less than three Emmy nominations from right here at home.
The Emmy Awards brought out the big guns for their opening sketch, one man’s ignorance of the TV landscape driving him to extreme measures.
Imagine sitting through the Emmy’s only listening to “Thank you, I Love you, My Cast, I don’t know what to say, I didn’t prepare” – Thankfully Weird Al lightened things up
If you missed the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad last night in order to watch the Emmys, then this post isn’t for you. You already know this information – but also, why would you miss Breaking Bad? What is wrong with you. For everyone else, we present the full list of winners from this year’s Emmys for your educational pleasure.