The British film academy performed an internal review to address concerns over diversity after another year of all-white acting nominees.
After their nationally televised acceptance speeches, some of the 2020 Emmy winners had more to say to the press. We’ve rounded up the best responses here.
TV writer Cord Jefferson, who won an Emmy for his work on “Watchmen,” explains his passionate shout-out to his therapist during Sunday’s awards show.
The In Memoriam segment at Sunday’s Emmys didn’t include late Broadway star Nick Cordero, even though there was a fan campaign, friend Zach Braff says.
An average of 6.1 million viewers watched Sunday’s Emmy Awards as ‘Schitt’s Creek’ and HBO’s ‘Succession’ scored big wins.
Kerry Washington on how characters mirror real life
Hugh Jackman to the entertainment industry: Be bold
Regina King's subtle brushstrokes in 'Watchmen'
Nicole Kidman's balancing act on 'Big Little Lies'
Cate Blanchett on getting to know Phyllis Schlafly
Cynthia Erivo finds new ways to make music
Jeremy Strong on the burden of the non-hero
Sandra Oh’s personal impact on 'Killing Eve'
Linda Cardellini’s “Dead to Me” role means “masking reality with buoyancy”
William Jackson Harper on landing his role in “The Good Place”