Streaming service Netflix hosted an interactive exhibition that allowed fans to step into scenes from their favorite shows. The weekend-long event, titled "Because You Watched," promoted Netflix's original content as the two-week Emmy nomination period approaches its midpoint.
In the words of Noah Schnapp, who plays Will Byers, Season 2 of “Stranger Things” contained “a lot of intense scenes and screaming.” Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment, he describes the challenges and looks ahead to next season.
Hannah Zeile and Milo Ventimiglia break down the big father-daughter moment in Season 2's second episode, "A Manny-Splendored Thing." The emotionally charged scene marked a major milestone not only in the personal relationship of Kate and Jack, but also the working relationship of the actors who portray them.
EXCLUSIVE: Having been tossed from Amazon's Transparent over sexual harassment claims, Jeffrey Tambor is looking to jump back into this year's Emmys thanks to Netflix and the return of Arrested Development . With the first portion of a fifth season of the award-winning Mitch Hurwitz created series launching on the streamer on May 29, Netflix has submitted Tambor for Outstanding Supporting Actor in A Comedy Series just before the TV Academy's cut-off mark, Deadline has…
Colin Jost and Michael Che will host the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on NBC. The “Weekend Update” anchors will be joined by their “Saturday Night Live” boss Lorne Michaels, who will executive produce the awards-show telecast. “NBC is thrilled to be the home of this year’s Emmy Awards and with Colin and Michael in the […]
The show's designated Emmy pitchman, Peter Griffin, is back on duty this year with another current events reference in his blunt message to voters.
After John Oliver thanked Oprah in his 2017 Emmys acceptance speech, she met him backstage, and things got sweet but awkward.
After picking up a string of history-making awards over the last six months, we asked the "This Is Us" and "Black Panther" actor for his best speech advice for his peers on the big night.
On “Conan,” Billy Eichner recalled seeing a lonely former White House press secretary Sean Spicer in the green room backstage at the Emmys. According to Eichner, the only person who would speak to Spicer was the star of "Young Sheldon" — 9-year-old Iain Armitage.
On Sunday’s season premiere of "Family Guy," Peter Griffin was fed up with the fact that his show never wins any Emmys. So they made a few changes, starting with replacing Peter’s wife, Lois, with Sofia Vergara — both in voice and likeness. From there, the show went on to parody or reference more than 20 iconic past and present TV shows.
Brown, whose Emmys acceptance speech was cut off after less than two minutes, lamented not being “pretty Australian white women who have already won Oscars.” In a good-natured way, of course. Kidman's acceptance speech for Best Actress for “Big Little Lies” ran over three minutes.
James Corden woke up to a Twitter hangover after he had maybe just a little too much fun at the Emmys kissing former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Netflix and HBO may have had the most nominations; Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Big Little Lies may have won the most major awards; but the person most on the minds and tongues of those with microphones at Sunday night’s Emmys Awards was President Trump. And before you dive down to the comments section to tell me that’s why you didn’t watch the show hosted by Stephen Colbert and that Hollywood is full of libtards, let me say I understand your reaction completely. ...
Surprise! Hilarie Burton and The Walking Dead’sJeffrey Dean Morgan are expecting their second child together.
If the hit NBC series makes you well up, you're not alone. Here Padma Lakshmi and other stars share their most tearjerking "This Is Us" moments.
Actors know how to play their parts on TV shows, but could they play the game on a reality show? On the Emmys red carpet, Yahoo Entertainment asked stars which reality competition series they would go on. Spoiler alert: Nobody chose the Emmy-winning singing show The Voice (maybe they’re worried nobody will turn around in the red chairs).
Colbert used the last portion of his opening stage time at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards to build the president up as the world's biggest television star before tearing him down again.
Everything is better on TV … especially when Stephen Colbert is hosting the Emmys. “The Late Show” host, himself an Emmy nominee) kicked off his first-ever Emmy emcee duties with a hilarious song-and-dance number that highlighted his musical theater background.