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William Link, the co-creator of the hit TV series “Columbo” and “Murder, She Wrote” has died at 87.

The two-lot auction, open until Oct. 30, benefits the Obama Foundation’s Girls Opportunity Alliance.

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.

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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.

Regina King (“Watchmen”), Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (“Watchmen”), Zendaya (“Euphoria”), Uzo Aduba (“Mrs. America”) and other Black winners set a new Emmys record.

From Zendaya’s euphoric — and historic — win to the ‘Schitt’s Creek’ sweep, here’s what you missed at Sunday’s Emmy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.

At Sunday’s Emmys, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Breonna Taylor were remembered. Winners encouraged viewers to vote. And essential workers grounded the show.

The 2020 Emmys offered exciting wins, fun celebrity cameos and touching moments with essential workers. Check out the action now.

Zendaya spoke to the press after her Emmy win for “Euphoria.” She’s the youngest ever winner for lead drama actress.

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We followed “Succession” star Nicholas Braun (a.k.a. Cousin Greg) as the HBO series took home best drama at the virtual Emmys. Here’s what it was like.

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