BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Real-life stories ruled the Golden Globe TV honours, as Olivia Colman's portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II, Michelle Williams' turn as Broadway star Gwen Verdon and the nuclear disaster drama “Chernobyl,” won top honours.
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LOS ANGELES—Amazon's “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" became the first streaming series to win top Emmy comedy honours while HBO's "Game of Thrones” recaptured the best drama series award last night at a ceremony that largely slighted its most ethnically-diverse field of nominees ever.
LOS ANGELES—The goofy and entertaining reign of “Jeopardy!” champ Austin Rogers is over.
The New York City bartender narrowly lost on yesterday's show after a 12-game winning streak that netted him a total $411,000, putting him in fifth place for all-time regular-season winnings.
He's satisfied with the run, Rogers said in an interview.
LOS ANGELES—The dystopian vision of “The Handmaid's Tale," the deeply-cynical Washington comedy "Veep," and the ever-topical "Saturday Night Live” won top series honours Sunday in an Emmy Awards ceremony that took almost non-stop aim at U.S. President Donald Trump in awards and speeches.
LOS ANGELES—“Saturday Night Live,” powered by madcap skits skewering the Trump administration, yesterday earned 22 Emmy Award nominations, including bids for Alec Baldwin's florid portrayal of the president and Melissa McCarthy's manic, gender-busting take on press secretary Sean Spicer.
LOS ANGELES—Mary Tyler Moore didn't have it all on her 1970s sitcom but what she had was enough.
A husband and kids, long the stock TV recipe for female contentment, were absent from “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”
Instead, Mary Richards combined work, friends, and lovers into an alternative version of a modern young woman's full life.