Whether you’re tuning in because you’re looking forward to rooting for your favorite show or you’ve been dragged begrudgingly to your girlfriend’s BFF’s viewing party, we totally get it: After awhile, watching the Emmys can get a little dry. With our favorite nominees in mind — and the tasty Emmy night cocktails our friends at Yahoo Food came up with — rules for such a game started flowing from our brains like Cristal at a Puff Daddy party. 2. Any time the camera shows Amy Poehler, Amy Schumer, or Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a bit or sketch, take your drink into the bathroom and practice your spit-take, 'cuz they funny.
No one will argue that 'Survivor' host Jeff Probst is great at his job. But there was a time he wasn’t a very good host — and on one of the most important nights of his career.
The gravely underrated-in-every-sense 'Aquarius' concludes its first season on Saturday night with an episode that closes out some cases and leaves others open like gaping wounds.
At the risk of facing charges of sexism, I’ll say that of two new streaming kids series, Netflix’sDinotrux is aimed at boys, while Amazon’s Wishenpoof will find its biggest audience among girls. Dinotrux, based on a book series by Chris Gall, features big metal versions of ancient creatures: dinosaurs as trucks, with lots of clanking and crashing and banging around.
The cast of Code Black assembled for a Television Critics Association panel Tuesday, in the hope of sparking interest for the medical drama premiering on CBS in the fall. The cast is a good one, headed up by Marcia Gay Harden, Luis Guzman, and Bonnie Somerville. It’s scheduled to air on Wednesday nights at 10 p.m., after the still-a-success Criminal Minds. Related: Fall TV: Your Calendar of 2015 Premiere Dates The interaction between cast and critics was polite. Everyone on the panel, which included a half-dozen cast members and producers McGarry and Michael Seitzman, was enthusiastic.
Stephen Colbert presided genially over CBS’s Television Critics Association press conference in Los Angeles on Monday that served as a preview of what his Late Show will be like when he premieres the new version on Sept 8. More than anything, Colbert is eager to get started. We knew George Clooney would be his first guest; Colbert said Kendrick Lamar would be the first musical guest “I want to do Donald Trump jokes so badly,” he said. “Right now, I’m just dry-Trumping… I hope he takes his vitamins, and stays healthy.
We can stop spending our Sunday evenings groaning along with Leonard Cohen and the hard-boiled boilerplate of 'True Detective' auteur Nic Pizzolatto.
Better Call Saul star Jonathan Banks just earned his third Emmy nomination — all in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category, perennially one of the most talent-packed of all the Emmy categories — and if you ask Saul fans which episode sealed the nod for him, they’ll almost certainly recall Season 1’s “Five-O,” the installment that finally shed light on the backstory of Banks’s former Philly cop Mike Ehrmantraut.
Yahoo TV reached Mendez on the phone (of course — the man’s voice is his living!) to chat about his Emmy nomination, how he actually records his parts of the show (spoiler alert: you will be jealous), and which famous names inspired his Latin Lover character.
Dig deeper and look at the full list of Emmys nominees, and you uncover some fun trivia, unlikely races, and that 'Gotham' is, technically, the king of Superhero TV.
Yahoo TV chatted with Rodriguez about Jane’s remarkable season, her first reaction to reading the pilot script (and seeing that title), what that Golden Globes night was like for her and the cast, and how Jane has made her stretch as an actor.
Gillian Anderson discusses key scenes in Season 2, including the one with Jamie Dornan that felt "almost like two cobras facing off," and looks ahead to Season 3, which she begins filming in December.
Anna Chlumsky is a two-time Emmy nominee for her role as Amy Brookheimer on HBO’s 'Veep,' and if we get our way, she’ll score the hat trick when this year’s nominations are announced July 16.
With Emmy nomination voting continuing through June 26, we look at the actors and actresses we'd like to see acknowledged for making a lasting impression in a short amount of time.
In the video above, we put together a compilation of Rogelio’s most ridiculous boasts, which make it abundantly clear how much Camil deserves an Emmy nomination next month for best supporting actor in a comedy.