02:57 AM EDT 07/06/2014
Originally posted 09/21/2004 08:00AM
The most winning moment at Sunday night's Emmys arguably belonged to Amy Scholsohn from Orlando, Fla., and Bruce Milam Jr. from Joliet, Ill. – the two blindfolded "real people" who to their own amazement were led onstage at the Shrine Auditorium to announce the winner in the reality TV category.
Originally posted 09/19/2004 11:40PM
The Sopranos came out like gangbusters at the 56th annual Emmy ceremony Sunday night, as the HBO Mob drama finally scored TV's top honor for outstanding drama series.
Originally posted 09/17/2004 04:00PM
According to most predictions, the 56th annual Emmys ceremony will hit a high note on Sunday night, when HBO's Mob drama The Sopranos – which always seemed to play bridesmaid to The West Wing – will finally walk away with the long-elusive top award for best TV drama.
Originally posted 07/16/2004 03:00PM
EMMY DISS: They received a warm sendoff from viewers after 10 years, but Friends got snubbed in the 56th annual Emmy nominations, ending up with seven nods, including those for lead actors Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc, but getting shut out for best comedy series. Instead, FOX's struggling Arrested Development made the list, along with Curb Your Enthusiasm, Everybody Loves Raymond, Sex and the City and Will & Grace. Overall, HBO's miniseries Angels in America led the pack with 21 nominations, followed by The Sopranos with 20 and The West Wing with 12. HBO's Mob family and NBC's White House mainstay will compete for best drama alongside CSI, Joan of Arcadia and 24.
Originally posted 07/15/2004 09:00AM
Friends went out with a whimper, not a bang, in the 56th annual Emmy nominations, announced Thursday.
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