She's didn't host, but Amy Poehler still got plenty of screen time at the Emmys.
The TV industry said a final goodbye to the late comedian Robin Williams on Monday night.
Whether or not Julia Roberts takes home a golden statuette at Monday night's Emmys, she may have already won with the opportunity to bring a revered doctor to life in The Normal Heart.
This year's Emmy nominations saw a historic first: Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox was nominated for the outstanding guest actress in a comedy series award, making her the first openly transgender person nominated in an acting category. (Conductor Angela Morley won several Emmys for music direction.)
The award ultimately went to Cox's Orange costar, Uzo "Crazy Eyes" Aduba – the win was announced during the Creative Arts portion of the awards, which took place on Aug. 16 – but Cox's nomination is a first nonetheless. Now in their 66th year, the Emmy Awards have seen many famous firsts. Have a look back at other celebrated performers who scored one of these firsts in the Primetime Emmy acting categories.
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VH1 has unzipped the secret to television success: getting naked.
The channel's stripped-down reality show, Dating Naked, is a summer hit thanks to its contestants who are willing to undress for a first date – and a chance at love. Each steamy episode of Dating Naked has attracted over a million viewers and caused a social media frenzy.