Emmys 2017 Poll: Who Should Win for Supporting Actor, Miniseries/Movie?
A criminal mastermind, an abusive husband, a Hollywood studio executive… this year’s Emmy nominees for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie are truly a rogues’ gallery. READ MORE & VOTE IN OUR POLL
Emmys 2017: Supporting Actor, Limited Series or Movie — Dream Nominees
In 2016, FX’s awards phenom The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story dominated Emmy’s Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie category, snagging three of the six nominations (and yielding the ultimate winner in Sterling K. Brown). READ MORE
TVLine Items: Wonderland Genie Joins Tut, Syfy's Expanse Adds 24 Vet & More
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland‘s Peter Gadiot is trading the Red Queen’s rule for a Pharaoh’s trust. READ MORE
Emmys: Who Should Win Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie?
It’s business as Normal when it comes to the 2014 Emmy race for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL
Harry's Law Scoop: Alfred Molina Books Arc
Former Law & Order: LA prosecutor/detective Alfred Molina is returning to the criminal justice system with a three-episode arc on NBC’s Harry’s Law.
But this time around, the actor will be on the other side of the legal system, …READ MORE
Dick Wolf on Law & Order: LA's 'Bold' Revamp: 'The Proof Is In the Pudding' - Will You Watch?
When NBC’s Law & Order: LA resumes its freshman run Monday at 9/8c, the look and feel will be so different, “I’d almost call it Law & Order: LA 2.0,” says franchise boss Dick Wolf. In fact, Wolf deems the double episodes airing next week “better than anything we did in the first 13…. Frankly, the proof is in the pudding.”
What all has changed? More like: What hasn’t? In the first new hour, Skeet Ulrich’s Detective Rex Winters is … READ MORE