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    The 10 Greatest Shows Never Nominated for a Best Series Emmy

    Tomorrow morning, 12 narrative series will receive a nomination for this year's Primetime Emmy Awards, joining 64 years of previous nominees that include greats like "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," "Hill Street Blues" and "The Sopranos." But even more shows will join a club that's arguably even more pr...

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    CBS, PBS and HBO Dominate News and Doc Emmy Noms as 'Project NIM,' 'The Interrupters,' 'Saving Face' All Get Nods

    The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today announced the nominees for the 34th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards. Among the categories for breaking news coverage, investigative journalism, and broadcast news, this portion of the Emmy Awards also include many notable documentary f...

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    Emmy Watch: 'Scandal' Star Kerry Washington Graces August Vanity Fair Cover

    It won't do the "Scandal" Emmy campaign any harm for Kerry Washington to be on the cover of the August issue of Vanity Fair. It's a pretty stunning cover photo by Norman Jean Roy. Contributing editor David Kamp wrote the feature interview with the actress, 36, who grew up in the Bronx and broke out ...

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    Emmy Watch: Noah Emmerich Talks TV vs. Movies, 'The Americans'

    Actor Noah Emmerich is best-known for his serious film work, from Todd Field's "Little Children" and Peter Weir's "The Truman Show" to Gavin O'Connor's "Pride and Glory." Perhaps because of that film he keeps getting calls to play Irish cops, even though he's a New York Jew, he told me. (His brother...

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    10 Notable Tidbits About The Emmy Ballots That Went Out Yesterday

    The nomination ballots for 65th Primetime Emmy Awards have been mailed out, and there are a few notable category placements (and complete snubs) that the ballots make clear. So before you start predicting the possible outcome for July 18th's nomination announcement (as Indiewire already has here), ...

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    Immersed in Movies: Craft-Talking David Fincher's Emmy-Contender 'House of Cards'

    From the very first moment that Kevin Spacey broke the fourth wall as the devilishly charming House Majority Whip Frank Underwood in "House of Cards," Netflix's first original TV series, we knew that we were in for "Richard III" in D.C. It's so David Fincher, who signed on as exec producer and direc...

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    Why Everyone Should Be Watching 'Homeland'

    Showtime's Emmy winner for Best Drama returns Sunday for its second season. Fans can spend a few days pondering last season's stunning finale, but for newcomers it's time to play catch up. Because everyone should be watching "Homeland": it's the most astute piece of film or television to come out of...

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    Emmy Wrap: 'Homeland,' 'Modern Family' Clean Up During Dull Evening Capped by Star-Packed HBO Party (Video)

    The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, proved to be a gratifying night for big winners "Homeland," "Modern Family" and "Game Change"— "and no one watching at home," reports Salon.

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    Showing Signs of a Lingering Inferiority Complex, the Emmy Awards Try to Keep Up With The Golden Age of TV

    TV's changing and growing at a marked pace right now, and last night's 64th Primetime Emmy Awards were an example of how the industry image of itself is not quite keeping up.

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    Jimmy Kimmel Hosts the Emmys (UPDATED With New Video)

    Jimmy Kimmel was a perfectly smooth host for the Emmys, though not a perfect fit. One of his trademarks, prankish humor – he asked viewers to Tweet that Tracy Morgan had passed out – didn’t translate to an awards show. His other trademark, irreverently taking swipes at the sel...

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