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'Orphan Black's' Tatiana Maslany: 'Honored' for Emmy nod; surprised by Internet's 'nutty' reaction

Fans of Tatiana Maslany, prepared for more disappointment following back-to-back snubs by Emmy voters in recent years, were pleasantly surprised last month when the star of "Orphan Black" finally scored a nomination for her performance in the BBC America cult hit.

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Emmy chat: Jane Krakowski discusses 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' character

When we last saw Jacqueline Voorhes in Netflix's "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," she was reclaiming -- or attempting to, anyway -- her Native American identity and becoming her own woman after her marriage had fallen apart.

Sure, she could barely see in the end after she chucked her blue-tinted  contacts, but that's beside the point.

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To fill in Emmy gaps, Envy Awards salute 'Mindy,' Jon Snow and more

The Emmy Awards cover a lot of territory each year in honoring the best and brightest. But they just can't get to everyone and everything that happened on TV in any given season that deserves to win a prize. That's where we come in. So without further ado, the categories we think ought to exist and the winners who should not go overlooked this season: the 2015 Envy Awards.

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When Jon Hamm became Matthew Weiner's 'Mad Men' pitchman

Shortly after "Mad Men" ended its inaugural season with the celebrated episode "The Wheel" and its defining Don Draper Kodak Carousel pitch, Matthew Weiner showed up on Jon Hamm's doorstep, ostensibly to deliver a present, its precise nature now long forgotten. But Weiner had an ulterior motive for dropping by.

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Emmy chat: Join Jane Krakowski of 'Kimmy Schmidt' live on Friday

Playing an aloof Upper East Side housewife on Netflix’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” Jane Krakowski has worn a lot of gold. And now she’s in the running for it.

Krakowski’s portrayal of Jacqueline Voorhes, the out-of-touch pill-popping housewife who hires freed-from-a-bunker Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) as her nanny/assistant/gofer, has earned her an Emmy nomination for supporting actress in a comedy.

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It's about time for something new at Emmys

Last year, if you didn't already own an Emmy, chances were you weren't going to win an Emmy. Past victors Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jim Parsons, Julianna Margulies, Bryan Cranston, Allison Janney, Ty Burrell (OK, OK ... we'll stop! It's a long list!) all made it to the podium. Sure, they were deserving. But so were many others in their categories.

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