The stars came out Tuesday night at the North Hollywood headquarters of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences as the academy and SAG-AFTRA joined forces to celebrate diversity in television production and honor Emmy nominees.
A record seven women are nominated for the Emmy Award for lead actress in a drama this year. We look at the episodes each submitted to Emmy judges and try to determine who has the edge in a tight race.
Kerry Washington won acting awards for “Django” and “Scandal” at the 44th annual NAACP Image Awards; Denzel Washington, Jamie Foxx, Viola Davis, Loretta Devine, Vanessa Williams also among winners.
Despite some overly familiar Tarantino trademarks, this bloody Civil War tale boasts strong performances and an unapologetic examination of America’s racist past.
This year Washington is learning firsthand just how different network television is from film. The seven-episode first season of “Scandal” premiered in the spring; Washington is currently filming the second season.