After being nearly shut out in 2020, Netflix rebounds big time with The Crown and The Queen’s Gambit.
This year’s slate of nominees is a heady mix of deserving entries and strange categorizations.
Now in its 78th year, the annual awards ceremony recognizes excellence in film and television, both domestic and foreign.
Without sounding too tragic, television probably saved a lot of us this year.
Co-creator and star Dan Levy slammed the TV network: “This is a show about the power of inclusivity. The censorship of gay intimacy is making a harmful statement against that message.”
The history-making season just took home all the Emmys, and now it’s coming to your home.
HBO had one hell of a night.
Schitt’s Creek becomes the first-ever comedy series to accomplish such a feat.
Succession and Schitt’s Creek are primed to sweep this year’s awards.
Netflix breaks record for most nominations in a single year with a total of 160.
They sing “Hero” as part of the Obamas’ “Dear Class of 2020” graduation ceremony.
The beloved Canadian series is in its sixth and final season.