HBO’s Liberace biopic “Behind The Candelabra,” CBS’ “The Tony Awards” and legendary comedian and sitcom star Bob Newhart were the big winners Sunday at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
With 14 Emmy nominations, the once little mail order provider turned online streaming network, Netflix, has officially made it to the big leagues. Its original productions of “House of Cards” and “Arrested Development” are up against top cable shows including “Game of Thrones” and “The Newsroom” from HBO and “House of Lies” from Showtime.
It’s Emmy time again, and among the nominees for the top awards are five first-time contenders, three of whom have been acting for decades on the big and/or small screen.
The host of CNN’s “Piers Morgan Live” has a deal with Gallery Books for “Shooting Straight: Guns, Gays, God, and George Clooney.” Gallery, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, announced Wednesday that the book is scheduled for October.
The White House says Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who plays Vice President Selina Meyer on the HBO comedy “Veep,” is at the White House to have lunch with Biden.
Alexandra Pelosi was beaming: She had just made her Sundance Film Festival debut with the HBO documentary “Fall to Grace,” about former New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey; her mother, Rep. Nancy Pelosi was on hand to witness it; and Sundance’s founder and Pelosi’s hero, Robert Redford, made it a point to stop by to witness the event.
HBO’s politically-tinged television series “The Newsroom” drew the ire of right-wing commentators and politicians by describing the Tea Party movement as, “The American Taliban.”
We wrap up LaVar’s airplane story. Also, we touch on Ted Leonsis’ and Dan Snyder’s comments about HBO’s 24/7 and Hard Knocks.
LaVar and Chad discuss which 24/7 series should be made next.
LaVar and Chad talk about the HBO 24/7 series. LaVar gives insight between Pittsburgh and DC.