CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER features frank and revealing roundtable discussions with notables from the television and film communities, including some of the most talented actors, actresses, directors, writers, show runners and producers working in the industry today.
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Critical raves, fan favorites, cult followings … shows like “The Gilmore Girls” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” had it all, but they still went home empty-handed when it came to Emmy season. But despite the lack of trophies, they’ve all earned their place among the greats in television history. Here are 10 shows that prove that winning isn’t everything…
In the lead up to the Emmys, we’re talking to actors and actresses, showrunners and reality show hosts and producers to get the true stories of what goes on behind the scenes. On CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, you’ll hear from Emmy-nominated actresses like Amy Schumer (Inside Amy Schumer), Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live),…
“Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” star Bob Odenkirk talks about what’s different about his latest Emmy nomination, his collaborations with David Cross and which actor surprised him at the CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER roundtable.
Always wanted to be an Emmy voter? Well, now you can! Vote for “Better Call Saul,” “Downton Abbey,” “Game Of Thrones,” “Homeland,” “House of Cards,” “Mad Men” or “Orange Is The New Black” in our poll.
Wish you were an Emmy voter? Well, now you can be. Cast your vote for Claire Danes (“Homeland”), Elisabeth Moss (“Mad Men”), Robin Wright (“House of Cards”), Taraji P. Henson (“Empire”), Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”), Viola Davis (“How to Get Away with Murder”).
Last night Breaking Bad swept the Emmys with wins across the board. Want to know the secrets to Vince Gilligan’s successful creation? Check out the insider stories from Vince, Bryan Cranston and the Breaking Bad writing team in THE WRITERS’ ROOM video clips.
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced the nominees for the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2014, and THE WRITERS’ ROOM received its first-ever series nomination in the category of Outstanding Informational Series. Other contenders included Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (CNN), Inside The Actors Studio (Bravo), Through The Wormhole With Morgan Freeman (Science Channel), and Vice (HBO).
The 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will air Mon., Aug. 25 on NBC.
Emmy Award Nominees Vince Gilligan, Beau Willimon, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss Talk Shop on “THE WRITERS’ ROOM”
Breaking Bad. Game of Thrones. House of Cards. True Detective. There’s a reason these shows are Emmy-nominated this year for best writing in a drama series. The writers are the best in the business. Check out the insider secrets and expert opinions from three out of four of the nominated shows’ writing teams in THE WRITERS’ ROOM video clips.