Analysis of the 2020 Emmy nominations reveals large gains over previous years for Black artists, while Latino, Asian representation were disappointingly flat.
From Netflix’s dominance to diversity on-screen, Times TV critic Lorraine Ali breaks down what the 2020 Emmy nominations can tell us about the art form.
Emmy nominees Cate Blanchett, for “Mrs. America,” and Regina King, for “Watchmen,” will face off in a field crowded with worthy performances.
Regina King, Octavia Spencer and Kerry Washington outnumber their non-Black counterparts in the Emmys race for lead actress in a limited series or movie.
Paul Mescal, the star of Hulu’s “Normal People,” talks about landing a 2020 Emmy nomination alongside Hugh Jackman, Mark Ruffalo and other luminaries.
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”