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Emmy Noms Set Record With 64% Gain For African-American Actors

The Primetime Emmys showed substantial progress this year in recognizing African-American thesps, who received 18 nominations across all acting categories — easily eclipsing last year’s record high of 11 noms… 869 more words


Andre Braugher On First Emmy Win For 'Homicide'

Andre Braugher’s first Emmy win surprised the actor. His performance in NBC’s “Homicide: Life on the Street” as driven detective Frank Pembleton had garnered notice for years, but an Emmy win for lead actor in a drama series eluded Braugher in 1996. 437 more words


Emmys 2015: Supporting Actor in a Comedy — Our 6 Dream Nominees!

A hairstylist. A D.C. aide. A community college dean. The characters driving TVLine’s Dream Emmy Ballot for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy couldn’t be more different, but the men who bring them to life are tied together by a common trait: Uncommon talent. 106 more words


Attending a Live Talk Show

After being lucky enough to grab an extra ticket, my housemate invited me along to the filming of Late Night with Seth Meyers at NBC Studios in the Rockefeller Center. 450 more words


"Brooklyn Nine-Nine": Cop Rock

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a consistently good sitcom that’s almost always just shy of greatness. Two seasons in, executive producers Michael Schur and Dan Goor haven’t quite re-created the magic of  715 more words


The Season 2 Finale Of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Brought On All The Feelings

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

Sunday night’s excellent Season 2 finale of Brooklyn Nine-Nine brought two long-simmering story lines to a boil; both the romantic tension of Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago (which originally came to a head after… 446 more words


TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 2.21, "Det. Dave Majors"

“How long have we gone without Brooklyn Nine-Nine so much as hinting at the simmering romantic tension between Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago? In the grand scheme of things, only recently: the last time the subject of Jake courting Amy came up we were celebrating the joyous matrimony of “Boyle-Linetti Wedding,” an episode that categorically failed to add much of anything to the will they/won’t they pull of their office flirtations. 54 more words