ABC News is making leadership changes behind the scenes at its top two broadcasts.
Calculating the odds of a television program winning a series Emmy five years running is an exercise best left to a mathematician. "Frasier" pulled off that feat from 1994 to 1998, and show runner Christopher Lloyd remembers thoroughly enjoying the streak - and, because he is "snarly" and "competitive," not taking kindly to "Ally McBeal" ending it. He knew it would never happen again.
By the looks of it, stars at the 66th annual Primetime Emmys Monday didn't take many last-minute fashion tips from their musical peers at the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night.
Despite an opening with jokes at the expense of the Emmys, the 2014 Emmy telecast proved to be a mostly well-paced, comedy-fueled celebration of television.
In the spirit of Monday's Emmy telecast let's give it up for Seth Meyers. Hosting any awards show is a perilous and exhausting task - the shows are long, the live audience increasingly filled with losers, and the critics, who have just spent three hours losing the office pool and eating way too many carbs, are often just plain mean.
You have questions. I try to have answers.
Overall, the Emmys red carpet was one of the best in recent Hollywood history when it came to fashion.
"It's an honor just to win. It really is." — Producer Danny Zuker of winning comedy series "Modern Family."
Cradling her Emmy Award backstage, Kathy Bates recalled a night years ago when she won an award and wanted to call her mother with the news.