Three-time Emmy winner Neil Patrick Harris is set to return as host for this year’s 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Several charismatic celebs have been called upon to host television’s biggest award ceremony through the years. Here’s a look at five people whose Primetime Emmy prowess put them at the top of the hosting pack.
A Hillary Rodham Clinton miniseries timed to precede the 2016 presidential election is part of NBC’s effort to create “event” programming that will draw viewers to the shrinking world of broadcast network TV.
The Smithsonian Institution is adding relics from soap operas and game shows to its national entertainment collection to tell the story of daytime television.
TV ads show smiling seniors enjoying an “active” lifestyle on a motorized scooter, taking in the sites at the Grand Canyon, fishing on a pier and high-fiving their grandchildren at a baseball game.
Business leaders, Republicans and religious groups in favor of overhauling immigration laws announced a new focus Wednesday on South Carolina, where a key Senate supporter, Republican Lindsey Graham, is up for re-election.
Talk about a spectacle. Taylor Swift took the job of opening the 55th GRAMMY Awards seriously, and went all out with her performance of her GRAMMY-nominated single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” Dressed in all-white top hat, […]
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The Who will play NYC’s Madison Square Garden on the night of the nominations concert.
The Who and Hunter Hays are also scheduled to perform during the live television special airing on CBS, December 5 at 10PM.