Colbert's direct shot at the president was just one of the ways politics made its way into Sunday's television awards, from nods to the cut-throat Washington drama “House of Cards” to Alec Baldwin's infamous impersonation on “Saturday Night Live.”…
By Lora Strum
James Poniewozik, the chief television critic at the New York Times, shares his favorite television episodes this season. Here are his top five.
By Alison Thoet
It was a glorious, packed, binge-worthy season of television. Watch live as the nominees for the Emmy Awards, honoring the best of those shows, are announced Thursday.
By Elizabeth Flock
The PBS NewsHour, co-anchored by managing editors Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, was nominated for six News and Documentary Emmy Awards from The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. PBS programming received a total of 54 nominations, more than…
By PBS NewsHour
By David Bauder, Associated Press
Since it often seems like the most entertaining limited series on television, there was little surprise that the presidential campaign made its presence felt at the Emmy Awards.
Ahead of the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards this Sunday, can you guess which Emmy-nominated show these critics praised or bashed?…
By Victoria Fleischer
Albert Maysles, the award-winning documentary filmmaker who helped pioneer a new set of documentary conventions, died Thursday night at his home in Manhattan. Maysles, who made films with his brother David, is best known for his for his cinema verite…
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