LOS ANGELES — “Game of Thrones” resurrected the Iron Throne at Sunday’s Emmy ceremony, ruling as top drama on a night of surprises in which “Pose” star Billy Porter made history and the comedy series “Fleabag” led a British invasion that overturned expectations.
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By Lynn Elber The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES — As Emmy Award nominees nervously wait to hear their name called, or not, there’s more on the line at Monday night’s ceremony than personal glory.
LOS ANGELES — An interview with Stormy Daniels delivered for “60 Minutes,” giving the long-running CBS news magazine its highest ratings in a decade. But the story wasn’t a slam dunk, either in the reaction it produced or getting on the air in the first place.
LOS ANGELES — The goofy and entertaining reign of “Jeopardy!” champ Austin Rogers is over.
The New York City bartender narrowly lost on Thursday’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 — Debbie Reynolds, who lit up the screen in “Singin’ in the Rain’ and other Hollywood classics despite a tumultuous life, has died a day after losing her daughter, Carrie Fisher. Reynolds was 84.
Her son, Todd Fisher, said Reynolds died Wednesday.
LOS ANGELES — The first “American Idol” finale in 2002 was a battle of the sexes, with Kelly Clarkson the victor over Justin Guarini. The last contest settled the score as Trent Harmon defeated La’Porsha Renae for the crown.
LOS ANGELES If we look to television for more than entertainment ‚Äî and let’s face it, we do ‚Äî then Sunday’s Emmy Awards ceremony will have something for everyone.
The masterful storytelling of television’s second golden age rightfully will be centre stage, with leading contenders including “Game of Thrones,” ‘’Orange is the New Black” and the final season of “Mad Men.”