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  • Emmy Nominations Go Mad for 'Mad Men'

    "Mad Men" can add a passel of Emmy nominations to the heap of critical praise it's picked up after its breakout first season. The AMC show earned 16 nominations, including one for outstanding drama series, to lead a host of cable series nominated for...
  • Emmys: Basic cable's breakthrough

    Emmys: Basic cable's breakthrough
    FX's "Damages" and AMC's "Mad Men" made history this morning when they became the first basic-cable series to earn Emmy nominations for best drama, edging out such favorites as "Grey's Anatomy" and "The Wire." "Mad Men," a stylish period drama set on...
  • Summary of the 2008 Emmy Awards Nominations

    23 Nominations 'John Adams' 17 Nominations '30 Rock' 16 Nominations 'Mad Men' 12 Nominations 'Pushing Daisies' 11 Nominations 'Recount' 10 Nominations 'Bernard And Doris' 9 Nominations '80th Annual Academy Awards' 'Tin Man' 8 Nominations...
  • Supplementary Information to the 2008 Emmy Awards Categories

    OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES 'Boston Legal' (ABC) First eligible year: 2005 Year(s) nominated in Outstanding Drama Series: 2007, 2008 Nominations this year: 7 Total: 22 nominations, 5 wins 'Damages' (FX) First eligible year: 2008 Year(s) nominated in...
  • Emmy nominations make history: 2 basic-cable shows get best drama nods

    Emmy nominations make history: 2 basic-cable shows get best drama nods
    FX'S "DAMAGES" and AMC's "Mad Men" made history Thursday morning when they became the first basic-cable series to earn Emmy nominations for best drama, edging out such favorites as "Grey’s Anatomy." "Mad Men," a stylish period drama set on...
  • Academy loves the bad guys

    Academy loves the bad guys
    Showbiz has always had a thing for hookers with hearts of gold. Now, it's got a taste for a serial killer with one. He's the star of Showtime's darkly comic "Dexter," which made history Thursday when it became the cable network's first contender for Emmy'...
  • Did the Emmys get the nominations right? It's debatable

    Did the Emmys get the nominations right? It's debatable
    LIKE ALL show business awards, like all exclusive lists -- the 10 best films of 1942, the 100 greatest songs about dogs -- whether created by individual fiat or by a voting body, the Emmy nominations are a machine for starting arguments. That there are...
  • The TV hits that no one watches

    The TV hits that no one watches
    Most television viewers know AMC, if they know it at all, as a repository of old Hollywood movies. But the cable channel made history Thursday morning -- and startled industry observers -- when it received 16 nominations for its acclaimed drama series...
  • Golden Globes Turn on Cable

    Golden Globes Turn on Cable
    The 65th annual Golden Globes will air on NBC, but they'll have a distinct cable-TV feel. Cable series dominate the major television categories, with seven of the 11 nominated comedy and drama series hailing from non-broadcast networks. The series...
  • Superstars storm Globe noms

    Superstars storm Globe noms
    Though some awards seasons leave voters wondering whether there's enough talent to warrant nominations, let alone awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. apparently had so many favorites it gave nods to them all. Vying for the 65th annual Golden...
  • A satisfying nod to TV's finest

    A satisfying nod to TV's finest
    It was worth getting up at 5 a.m. just to hear the Golden Globes nominees for best actress in a dramatic TV series: Holly Hunter, Glenn Close, Edie Falco, Sally Field, Minnie Driver, Patricia Arquette and Kyra Sedgwick. What is this? The Oscars? And pinch...
  • Mario Van Peebles Gets Soapy

    We're not sure what route, exactly, takes you from "New Jack City" to "All My Children," but Mario Van Peebles has traveled it. Van Peebles is joining the cast of the ABC soap opera later this month. It's his second foray into daytime drama; one of his...