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What the ‘Yellowstone’ Snub Really Means for the Emmys

The shutout of Paramount Network’s Yellowstone was, for many, the most egregious “snub” of the July 12 Emmy nominations announcement. The Montana-set neo-Western created by Taylor Sheridan (who, in addition to writing the episodes occasionally directs and appears as a supporting character) was a massive ratings hit from the outset, particularly in the heartland, but […]

Emmy Awards: ‘Succession,’ ‘Ted Lasso,’ ‘The White Lotus’ Lead Nominations

The 2022 Primetime Emmy Award nominations were a grab bag of returning series and brand-new shows, with HBO’s Succession leading the pack with 25 Emmy nominations. The HBO drama, which has previously won nine Emmys, earned a nod for best drama series and two for best actor (Brian Cox and Andrew Strong). The series also […]

Adam Scott on Personal Connection With ‘Severance’ Character: “I’m Still So Grateful That It Was There for Me”

This feature was produced and curated by The Hollywood Reporter editors and is presented by Apple TV+. On Apple TV+’s drama series Severance, Adam Scott stars as Mark, a mid-level employee at the mysterious Lumon Corporation who, along with his colleagues, has undergone a surgical procedure that separates their home and work personalities in two, […]

‘Abbott Elementary,’ ‘Pachinko,’ ‘Women of the Movement’ and ‘Maid’ Among 2022 Humanitas Prizes Nominees

Humanitas has announced the nominees for the 46th annual Humanitas Prizes, which celebrates the craft of screenwriting. Across nine juried categories, which include both television and film, 45 writers are nominated for their work. Among the nominees are Abbott Elementary creator and star Quinta Brunson (comedy teleplay) and Academy Award-winning CODA writer-director Sian Heder (drama […]

‘Black-ish’ Showrunner on Finding “The Emotional Finality” Ahead of Series Finale

The following scene, during the penultimate episode of the ABC family comedy Black-ish, originated last season, when recurring star Laurence Fishburne pitched an idea. “He was like, ‘Hey man, I want to do an episode about why it’s so hard for Black men of certain generations to say they love each other,’ ” recalls showrunner Courtney Lilly. […]

A TV Season Full of Infamous, Real-Life Characters

These performers transformed into fraudsters, criminals and dirty political dealers.

Daytime Emmys: ‘General Hospital,’ ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ Among Top Winners

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) 2022 Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out Friday during an in-person ceremony, hosted by Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner, that aired on CBS. The hosts’ show took home the award for best entertainment news series. ABC’s General Hospital led with five wins for best […]

‘The Garcias’ Are Doing It Themselves With Their Emmy Campaign

When the powers that be decided that HBO Max’s sitcom The Garcias — a sequel series to Nickelodeon’s The Brothers Garcia, which aired from 2000 to 2004 — would not get an FYC campaign to promote its Emmys eligibility, the show’s executive producer Jeff Valdez took matters into his own hands. “We were told HBO […]

‘Hacks’ and ‘Somebody Somewhere’ Lead Dorian TV Nominations

HBO Max’s Hacks and HBO’s Somebody Somewhere are among the nominees for the 14th Dorian TV Awards, unveiled Thursday by the Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics (GALECA). (Full disclosure: The Hollywood Reporter’s Tyler Coates is a member of the organization.) Both Hacks and Somebody Somewhere led the nominations with five honors each, including for best LGBTQ […]

“It’s Like a Puzzle Piece”: ‘THR Presents’ Q&A With ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Creatives on ‘Moulin Rouge’-Inspired Musical Episode

“There is nothing else that I work on that allows me to express myself completely in the way that this show does,” says Leland of VH1’s RuPaul’s Drag Race, which this year wrapped its 14th season. “I still pinch myself and cannot believe that this is my job.” The mononymous songwriter, Drag Race season 14 […]

How Netflix’s ‘The Andy Warhol Diaries’ Embraces the Artist’s Queer Legacy: “Hopefully, We Never Figure Out Andy”

In Netflix’s docuseries The Andy Warhol Diaries, writer-director Andrew Rossi peels away the layers of an artist who had an indelible influence on American culture. Turning to the writings by Warhol that were published in 1989 by his collaborator and friend Pat Hackett (to whom Warhol dictated his diaries from the mid-1970s to his death […]

Comedy Docs Are Among Emmy Contenders This Season

Multiple documentary Emmy contenders this season turn their focus on the people who have made us laugh — and the complicated legacies of their place in comedy history. Four doc titles examine the careers and controversies of stand-ups George Carlin and Bill Cosby, Canadian sketch troupe the Kids in the Hall and I Love Lucy […]