TVLine Items: Chicago Fire Adds Family, Julianne Hough Is Speechless and More
Chicago Fire is bringing the family drama in Season 5.
Daniel Zacapa (The River) and Fulvia Vergel (Hold the Door) will play Gabby and Antonio Dawson’s parents in an upcoming episode of the NBC drama READ MORE
TVLine Items: NBC Nabs Italian Job, Lifetime Casts Timberlake and More
Another day, another reboot: NBC has given a script commitment plus penalty to The Italian Job, a potential series inspired by the 1969 film of the same name and the 2003 remake READ MORE
Ratings: Emmys Hit All-Time Audience Low; More Watched JonBenet Mini
ABC’s broadcast of the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night drew 9.7 million total viewers and a 2.5 demo rating, down 18 and 30 percent from last year’s Fox telecast and marking the gala’s smallest TV audience ever. READ MORE
Game of Thrones Showrunners Nix Spinoff Involvement: 'For Us, This Is It'
The world of Game of Thrones might (might!) continue with a spinoff — but the current showrunners won’t be a part of it. READ MORE
Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany Wins First Emmy Award: 'I Feel So Lucky'
Sunday’s Primetime Emmy Awards gave the Clone Club much reason to rejoice. READ MORE
Emmys 2016: Best, Worst, Weirdest, Funniest and Most Moving Moments
Don’t be sad because the 2016 Emmys are over. Smile because, thanks to intrepid YouTube users, you can watch the Stranger Things kids deliver PB&Js made by Jimmy Kimmel’s mom whenever you like. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Emmys 2016: Transparent's Jill Soloway Labels Trump a 'Dangerous Monster'
Transparent creator Jill Soloway declared in her Emmys acceptance speech she wants to “topple the patriarchy” — and that apparently starts with defeating Donald Trump. READ MORE
Emmys 2016: SNL's Leslie Jones Laughs Off Her Terrifying Hacking Ordeal
Leslie Jones‘ life became a nightmare this summer when a hacker took over her Twitter account and released private, explicit photos. But on Sunday, the Saturday Night Live star got the last laugh. READ MORE
Emmys 2016: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Makes History, Apologizes for Veep Creating 'Current Political Climate'
Good thing the Emmys don’t have term limits: Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus just made history with her sixth win for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. READ MORE
Emmys 2016: Kate McKinnon Scores First Win, Hillary Clinton Celebrates
Kate McKinnon was visibly (and admittedly) shaken as she scored her first win at Sunday’s Primetime Emmy Awards. READ MORE