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  • More Women of Color Breaking Through Into Emmys Race

    Once upon a time, most women on television all looked like Donna Reed. Today, it's a great time to be a woman of color working in television. Last season, three women of color -- "Scandal's" Kerry Washington, "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara and "Steel...
  • Spoiler Alert -- The Most Shocking Killings on Cable TV

    Scandal (Season 3, ep. 313 "No Sun on Horizon") The series provided one of the biggest cliffhangers of the season when Jake Ballard (Scott Foley) was seen pointing a gun and firing, shooting either James Novak (Dan Bucatinsky) or David Rosen (Joshua...
  • Academy's Rosenblum on the 'Exciting' Changes for Emmys

    Back in March, the TV Academy announced a major makeover -- including a new name, a $40 million fundraising drive and a renovation of its North Hollywood campus. Here, TV Academy chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum gives Variety a state of the union report...
  • Tony Awards 2014: Bryan Cranston equates win he 'stole' to blue meth

    Tony Awards 2014: Bryan Cranston equates win he 'stole' to blue meth
    Bryan Cranston won a Tony Award on Sunday for his portrayal of the charismatic 36th president, Lyndon B. Johnson, in "All the Way," and the television and stage actor brought his own charisma backstage when talking to reporters after clinching the honor....
  • Broadcast series go head to head with cable skeins in this year's Emmy race

    While audiences are enjoying what's arguably known as the next Golden Age of Television, the TV Academy has been faced with increasingly blurred lines in terms of the shows in the Emmy contest. As eight- and 13-episode cable dramas compete with 22-episode...
  • TV is a vast wasteland for women, and the Emmys prove it

    TV is a vast wasteland for women, and the Emmys prove it
    Something interesting happened on the way to the modern Emmy Awards. Two aisles were created in the acting category: one for men and one for women. The awards didn’t start out that way. At the first Emmy ceremony in 1949, there were only three...
  • Q&A: Michael Strahan Talks Morning TV, Super Bowl

    There's a new king of morning TV, and he's got a Giant personality. Former NFL player Michael Strahan -- who's been co-hosting "Live! with Kelly and Michael" since 2012 -- recently added correspondent at "Good Morning America" to his early morning...
  • Melissa McCarthy 'disappointed' by shopping, talks clothing line

    Melissa McCarthy 'disappointed' by shopping, talks clothing line
    Melissa McCarthy isn't accepting the fashion status quo, so she started her own clothing line with dressmaker and collaborator Daniella Pearl in 2011. The Oscar-nominated "Bridesmaids" star, who has been vocal about her inability to find gowns for her...
  • Emmy Voting 101: A Refresher Course

    Why is "True Detective" considered a series but "Fargo" a mini? Who are "at-home" voters? Who actually decides on Emmy winners? As the TV business continues to change and grow more complex, so do the awards. So, with the 66th annual Emmys approaching,...
  • Emmy Awards: Five Predictions You Can Take to the Bank

    Here's a safe prediction: The Emmy Award nominations will elicit plenty of disgruntlement, along the lines of "What? No nomination for [fill in name of your favorite show here]? Those Emmy voters have their heads up their butts." The Internet has...
  • In Emmys gamesmanship, drama is the new comedy, and vice versa

    In Emmys gamesmanship, drama is the new comedy, and vice versa
    A lot of people were surprised in 2010 when Edie Falco won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Perhaps no one was more shocked than Falco, who protested "I'm not funny!" when she accepted her prize for portraying the pill-popping...
  • Dining Out: Glendale's own kind of candy crush

    Dining Out: Glendale's own kind of candy crush
    Global warming. A sluggish economy. Statewide drought. It's enough to make you hang your head and cry. There's only one thing sure to ease the pain: sweet, sweet candy. Two extraordinary candy stores recently opened within walking distance of each other....