Emmys Poll 2016: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy?
For Emmy voters, the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series race may ultimately be a choice between Allison Janney and Hillary Clinton. READ MORE & VOTE
Veep's Tony Hale and Anna Chlumsky Tease Season 5 ('It's Gonna Get Ugly'), Weigh in on 'Labor Day' Mystery
As far as presidential campaign slogans go, it would be hard for Veep‘s Selina Meyer to do worse than what star Tony Hale offers up in advance of the HBO comedy’s fifth season: READ MORE & WATCH VIDEOS
Emmys Poll 2015: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy?
One thing is certain about the 2015 Emmys: If the show’s producers can’t figure out a killer sketch involving all eight nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, then deserve the nation’s strongly worded tweets of rebuke. READ MORE & TAKE POLL
Emmys 2015: Supporting Actress in a Comedy — Our 6 Dream Nominees!
If the 2015 Emmy race for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series were a coastal Japanese village, Mom‘s Allison Janney would be its (mega-talented) Godzilla — bearing down with awesome power, leaving few survivors in her wake. READ MORE
Performer of the Week: Anna Chlumsky
THE PERFORMER | Anna Chlumsky
THE SHOW | Veep
THE EPISODE | “Convention” (May 10) READ MORE
Video: Will Veep Become POTUS? Star Anna Chlumsky Weighs In
Emmy Poll 2014: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy?
It’s easy to complain that the Emmys give us the same old set of nominees year in and year out, but that would be ignoring what’s happening in the 2014 race for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. READ MORE
Emmys 2014: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series -- Our 6 Dream Nominees!
The Emmys are as notorious for snubs as they are famous for rewarding television excellence — so please forgive TVLine for quite possibly doing the same. READ MORE
Veep's Anna Chlumsky Dishes Her Emmy Nomination, Favorite Profane Moments
The way Anna Chlumsky sees it, her character on HBO’s Veep — Amy Brookheimer, chief of staff to Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ titular vice president — isn’t the kind of “in your face” role that garners Emmy attention. So when nominations were announced Thursday morning, Chlumsky was not expecting to hear her name get called out among the six contenders for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. READ MORE