Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier said that without a host, the Sept. 22 ceremony will have more time to salute departing shows, like “Game of Thrones.”
The "Game of Thrones" actor likes to take charge of her own destiny, just like her character, Brienne of Tarth.
Christie’s “Game Of Thrones” costars Alfie Allen and Carice van Houten also entered themselves and received nods.
Working on the FX series "Pose," the openly gay black actor said, "taught me how to dream the impossible."
King's portrayal of Munchausen by proxy victim Gypsy Rose Blanchard was raw, unnerving and, perhaps, award-worthy.
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"Thank you @Netflix for believing in this story and letting me tell it the exact way I wanted,” the director wrote on Twitter.
Last year, the "Killing Eve" star became the first Asian woman nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
Ryan Murphy's LGBTQ-inclusive, game-changing show will be a hot contender at the September ceremony.
The actor earned Oscar and Tony nominations as well as an Emmy Award.
Lena Headey, whose portrayal of Cersei Lannister has been heralded year after year, was given little to work with in the final stretch.
Rita Moreno has achieved the grand slam of entertainment by winning Peabody, Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony awards.
"I never dreamt in a million years that I’d be on that big American stage, and the fact that I wore something that I will never forget feels so good," the fashion expert said.
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“We should have gotten the Emmy for ‘The Apprentice,’ you know?”
Let's be real. Mrs. Oh had the best look of the night.