Welcome to Gawker's 2015 Emmy Awards Liveblog

Kelly Conaboy · 09/20/15 06:45PM

Tonight at 8 P.M., Andy Samberg will take the stage to host the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards: the least important trophy ceremony for the lucrative art of play-pretend we’ll cover this award season. We’ll be here all night liveblogging the wins, losses, and sour faces, and we’d like to invite you to join us.

The Most Memorable Moments of the 2011 Emmy Awards

Matt Cherette · 09/19/11 01:01AM

Just like the weekend, the 63rd Primetime Emmys are history. This year's telecast was hosted by Glee's Jane Lynch and aired live on Fox from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. Despite Alec Baldwin's last-minute pullout, pretty much every small screen star showed up to celebrate television's biggest night.

Watch Emmy Host Jane Lynch's Cheap Shot at Ricky Gervais

Matt Cherette · 09/18/11 08:17PM

The Jane Lynch-hosted 63rd Annual Emmys are underway in Los Angeles. Early in the broadcast, Ricky Gervais poked fun at his controversial turn as Golden Globes host and introduced the nominees for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy in a pre-recorded, heavily edited video. Lynch then announced the winner on Gervais' behalf, but not before playing armchair psychologist: "Poor little Ricky Gervais. Someone didn't get enough hugs from mommy and somehow it's Hollywood's fault."

Blood on the Carpet: Highlights of Emmys Fashion

Richard Lawson · 09/18/11 07:46PM

TV's most fabulous night is upon us, meaning all the small screen stars have put on their best little outfits and posed for pictures. And here are some of those pictures!

Join Our Virtual Emmys Viewing Party

Brian Moylan · 09/18/11 06:00PM

Hey everyone, why sit there and slog through television's biggest night on your own when you can enjoy it with the wit and humor of a bunch of strangers on the internet! Jump into the conversation about the 63rd Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards here, and we'll make fun of the celebs, celebrate victories, and just generally talk smack about everything until the show is over.

The Making of Emmy Opener Born To Run

Whitney Jefferson · 09/03/10 10:42AM

It's been almost a week since this year's Emmy Awards, but some of us can't help but obsess over that star-filled opening. A behind-the-scenes look of the rehearsals with Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, Joel McHale, Betty White and the rest!

The Best (and Worst) Moments of the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards

Matt Cherette · 08/29/10 10:35PM

The 2010 Emmy Awards are history, and—whether you watched live or not—these are the moments you'll want to remember. From the opener, to the Conan jokes, to the most awkward parts—and more!—video of the best/worst moments is inside.

Ryan Seacrest Wants Jersey Shore to Win an Emmy

Matt Cherette · 08/29/10 05:47PM

Ryan Seacrest just interviewed the Jersey Shore cast via satellite. Many important questions were asked—Does Snooki still drink during the day?!—many awkward moments were had, and Seacrest said that he wants the cast to win an Emmy. Seriously.

Backstage Interviews at the Creative Arts Emmys

Chris Wyman · 08/24/10 01:50PM

E! will air the Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Awards on Friday afternoon, and they promoted it on Monday's Daily Ten with this teaser highlighting Sal's backstage interviews with Neil Patrick Harris, Damon Lindelof, and a fashionably bespectacled Christina Hendricks.

Things The Emmys Taught Us

Andrew Belonsky · 09/20/09 11:34PM

The world's absolutely abuzz over news about the Emmy Awards, which are kind of like television's Oscars and very important. In case you missed them, here are some things you should know about the winners, the losers and the critics.

Oscars to Be 100% Funnier/Gayer With Ricky Gervais and Bill Condon At The Helm

Nick Malis · 09/25/08 02:15PM

Are you still trying to scrub the memory of those heinous Emmy awards from your brain? Perhaps this rumor will do the trick. We can all agree that one of the only bright spots of the awards were when Ricky Gervais did that “give me my Emmy” bit with Steve Carell. Well, according to E-Dubs (that’s Entertainment Weekly for you laymen), after that performance, “his reps were besieged with inquiries about his availability and were urged to book a meeting with Academy Awards organizers, stat.” So does that mean Ricky’s gonna host the Oscars? He’d probably do an incredible job, and frankly, he’s the only host who actually feels exciting these days. We’ve already been down the Jon Stewart and Ellen DeGeneres roads, Billy Crystal has been M.I.A. for years, and if they go with Whoopi again, America will pluck out its collective eyeballs in protest. So why not give a Brit a chance?He’ll certainly be in good company, now that Dreamgirls director Bill Condon has been tapped to executive produce the upcoming Oscar telecast. This is the same dude who wrote the screenplay for Chicago, so he definitely knows how to razzle-dazzle ‘em. But he also directed Kinsey and Gods and Monsters, so which Bill Condon will show up? Will it be his glitzy, gaudy musical side or his frank-exploration-of-human-sexuality side? Either way, it should make for an interesting evening, and as long as five reality hosts aren’t involved, we’ll be watching. [Photo Credits: Getty Images]

Emmys' Silly Politics Ban

Ryan Tate · 09/21/08 09:53PM

Last year's Emmy Awards hit a 17-year ratings low. The prizes themselves mostly go to TV shows no one watches, so you'd think organizers would eagerly seek other ways to spice up the telecast. But the hot topic of the moment, celebrity magazine covergirl and Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, was off limits to speakers, according to red-carpet reports of a ban on political speech. The Wall Street crash wasn't brought up much either. That left celebrities confined to making veiled, mostly boring references to current events. Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert made the best of the situation. Click the video icon to watch.

Tina Fey Ad Best Part Of Emmys So Far

Ryan Tate · 09/21/08 06:07PM

E! just aired an "exclusive" long version of an American Express advertisement involving Tina Fey and Martin Scorsese. That sounds like a cheap gimmick — we're supposed to get excited about first-run commercials now? — but it's actually a funny ad and the most interesting part of the Emmy awards so far, despite all the red carpet coverage. It also manages to make people briefly car about travel agents, even though the vast majority of them were made obsolete by the internet. Click the video icon to watch. UPDATE: With second ad.

Emmy Nomination Hell! 10 Plots and Subplots to Watch After Today's Big Announcements

STV · 07/17/08 10:10AM

The world awoke this morning to the chirping of little birds resembling Kristin Chenoweth and Neil Patrick Harris, perched at a podium in the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, announcing nominations for the 60th Emmy Awards. While most rolled over and tried to get back to sleep, we sat bolt upright as usual and sprinted to the window, our furious note-taking chronicling a few snubs, surprises and plenty of the conventional wisdom we've come to expect from the annual ritual.