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an annual award by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements in television

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At the award ceremony, Colbert wanted to know if anyone could predict this year's Emmys audience and that's when Spicer came on out across the stage with his podium.
3 Emmys for Veep, including Outstanding Comedy Series; Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Julia Louis-Dreyfus); and Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series.
For this year's Emmys, all references to miniseries were changed to limited series, which is defined as a program with two or more episodes with a total running time of at least 150 minutes, that tells a complete, non-recurring story and does not have an ongoing storyline and/or main characters in subsequent seasons.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus has won five Emmys, for three different series.
The made-for-TV-movie Sidney Shorr: A Girl's Best Friend was one of prime time's first depictions of a gay man (and, of course, his fag hag), garnering an Emmy nomination for outstanding writing in 1982.
Fey and her cast and crew probably enjoyed the moment while it lasted, understanding that an Emmy win is no guarantee for better ratings: Despite winning the Comedy Series Emmy in 2005, "Arrested Development" never found a large audience and was canceled after 2 1/2 seasons.
While hosting the show in Los Angeles on Sunday night, the CBS late night host went hard with his jokes about the President, including one where he indicated that Donald Trump's prior Emmy losses for "Celebrity Apprentice" somehow influenced his decision to run for President-and eventual win.
I can't cope with much more,'' said best supporting actress in a TV movie Kelly Macdonald, whose table was decorated with a number of Emmys for multiple winner ``The Girl in the Cafe,'' just before midnight.
My goal on `Frasier' was to at least maintain audience interest in the character after `Cheers,'" says Kelsey Grammer, who after eight nominations to date as lead actor in a comedy on "Frasier" has won three Emmys (not to mention two supporting actor nominations for "Cheers" and a lead actor nod as Dr.
At the seventh Primetime Emmys in 1955, NBC became the first major network to win a Sports Emmy Award for its series, the Gillette Cavalcade of Sports.
Alec Baldwin and Ann Dowd are nominated in multiple categories at the 2017 Emmys.
All of you in your French suits and your Italian suits, go to the French Emmys or the Italian Emmys.
Jack Klugman wins his first of two Emmys (the second came in 1972-73) for his role as sloppy Oscar Madison on classic sitcom "The Odd Couple.
com/tv/2017/07/13/emmys-2017-13-reasons-why-snub/) Entertainment Weekly , "13 Reasons Why" has been completely snubbed at the 2017 Emmys despite Netflix nabbing a total of 91 nominations across its shows.