Emmys

Emmys: HBO Dominates Early Races With 15 Wins; Glee, Grey's, SNL, Community Grab Gold

Nucky Thompson was the one to beat on Saturday night in Los Angeles at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, where HBO dominated with 15 total wins — including seven for Boardwalk Empire alone. SEE WINNERS LIST

Showtime Boss Talks 'Hot-Button' Homeland, 'Subversive' Lies, 'More Violent' Borgias

Showtime president of entertainment David Nevins had much to talk about as he held court at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday morning. Among the hot topics were edgy shows aplenty, including the espionage-thriller Homeland, the potentially subversive House of Lies (starring Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell), and the next round of The Borgias (and its very special “guest stars”). READ MORE

Fall TV Preview

TVLine Items: Crazy New Curb Promo, Danny Glover Is Psych'd, and Other TV News to Know

Is Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s Larry David really a “social assassin”?

Take a moment to check out the new promo (first shared by AOL’s TV Squad) for the eighth season of the acclaimed HBO laughfest, and then decide for yourself. READ MORE & WATCH PROMO

Ratings: Killing Looks Bloody Good, Kennedys Sets Reelz Record, Borgias Opens Strong

AMC’s well-reviewed The Killing got off to a solid start, drawing 2.7 million viewers with its first Sunday-night broadcast and amassing 4.6 million across two airings, Variety reports. As AMC debuts go, that’s second only to last Halloween’s The Walking Dead, which drew 5.6 mil.

Over on Reelz, the premiere of the Kennedys miniseries drew 1.9 million viewers — a record for that channel, says EW — while Showtime’s The Borgias totaled 1.49 million total viewers across two airings, besting Shameless‘ own opener (1.33 mil) to give the pay cabler a seven-year high for a drama debut.

Elswehere on Sunday … READ MORE