"I'm still a little salty about the things that just happened," Elena Davies tells THR.
THR's chief TV critic ranks the shows in the "to-do" pile.
The Democratic senator dropped by the HBO show for the first time since canceling his appearance over the host's widely criticized use of the N-word.
Adrienne C. Moore, who plays Black Cindy, spoke to THR about the mystery surrounding the upcoming season of the Netflix prison dramedy.
"The world needs him now more than ever," a new teaser for the upcoming revival says.
"Alec will come in on some days and say he wants full orange, so it always changes," says Louie Zakarian as more Emmy-nominated costume designers, hairstylists and beauty gurus divulge the secrets of their trade.
The co-creator, who is currently unplugging, also reflects on his Emmy-nominated second season's open-ended finale.
Emmy-nominated visual effects supervisors from 'American Gods' to 'Vikings' break down how they used motion capture, 3D printing and thousands of CG extras to make the impossible seem real.
"He had a fantastic sense of humor," the Emmy-nominated star tells THR. "I've seen that in some of the newsreel footage where he could get journalists laughing at the drop of a hat."
No location is off-limits to TV, as this year's Emmy nominees for VFX in a supporting role can attest. Move the Brandenburg Gate to Prague for 'Genius'? Travel back to 1814 London for 'Taboo'? You got it.
The latest evictee tells THR, "I imagine Jessica as the most liked houseguest."
Miranda sang "Age of Aquarius" in the middle of stopped traffic.
Though the director's anthology series was well-received by the TV Academy, Spielberg didn't win an Emmy until 1996 for executive producing 1995's 'A Pinky & the Brain Christmas.'
"I'm hoping that that will come to fruition," the Emmy-nominated star tells THR about potential more episodes.
"What I want for Ray is not really what is conducive for a television show. I want peace for Ray!" the Emmy-nominated star tells THR.
The 'Transparent' creator wrote scripts for Tambor that he has never read but helped launch Soloway's career.
Jon Bernthal stars as the heavily armed vigilante in Netflix's next Marvel series.
The much-loved figure had a career spanning eight decades.
THR rounds up all the major twists, new mysteries and more announcements for all the DC Comics TV shows.
The star got an Emmy for his performance as Zach Galifianakis' mother in the FX hit's first season and scored a follow-up nomination this year.