Emmys Poll 2016: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy?
Does Tony Hale have a repeat Emmy win in the bag?
Veep‘s resident bagman is hoping for his second consecutive win (and third overall) in the race for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series READ MORE & VOTE
Comic-Con Outtakes, Highlights With Kristen Bell, Nathan Fillion, Zach Levi, Melissa Rauch, Plus Casts of TVD, Walking Dead, Silicon Valley and More
I was nearly assaulted by a member of the Silicon Valley cast, cursed at by Danny McBride, given birth to by The Big Bang Theory‘s Melissa Rauch and rendered temporarily deaf by Kristen Schaal. And that was just on Day 1. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Veep's Tony Hale Talks Gary's Season 6 Crisis, Arrested Development's Future
TVLine's Performers of the Week: OITNB's Lori Petty and Uzo Aduba
THE SHOW | Orange Is the New Black
THE EPISODES | “It Sounded Nicer in My Head” and “People Persons” READ MORE
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 Actor in a Comedy?
For the first time since 2006, every Emmy nominee in the race for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy hails from a different series. (In the interim, there’ve been at least two nominees each year from READ MORE & TAKE POLL
TVLine's Performer of the Week: Tony Hale
THE PERFORMER | Tony Hale
THE SHOW | Veep
Veep Post Mortem: Tony Hale Talks Gary and Selina's Epic Clash, Sheds Light on 'Labor Day' Mystery
Hell hath no fury like a perpetually under-appreciated, eternally abused and currently marginalized political lackey scorned.
Tony Hale Talks Arrested Development Season 5 — and Missing the Bluth Family Chemistry
If Season 4 of Arrested Development left you longing for scenes of the entire dysfunctional Bluth family going at it in some dusty old claptrap (sorry), you’re not alone.