Emmy continues to turn its back on broadcast dramas.
Just as it did last year, on Thursday the
And, in a further sign of Emmy’s drift away from traditional broadcasters,
Adapted from a British series of the same name and executive produced by filmmaker David Fincher, the political thriller stars Kevin Spacey as a South Carolina congressman who brings new meaning to the word Machiavellian. Netflix's first attempt at original programming, it unspooled on the subscription service in February.
Defending champ “Homeland” was nominated for an explosive second season that, according to some, included a few too many implausible plot twists. The Showtime series about a mentally unstable
The series it dethroned, four-time drama series honoree “Mad Men,” earned a nod for a season that also had its fair share of detractors. Despite the grumbles, the
Fellow AMC antihero drama “Breaking Bad” also made the cut. The series, which returns Aug. 11 for the second half of its fifth and final season, stars multiple Emmy-winner
The HBO fantasy series "Game of Thrones" earned its third straight nomination for drama series. Based on the epic novels by George R.R. Martin, the series wrapped up its third, spectacularly bloody season earlier this year. In 2012, it tired "Homeland" for the highest number of Emmy wins, with six in total.
Rounding out this year’s batch of nominees is the
The Emmy Awards will be handed out on Sept. 22 and will air live on