The 'Game of Thrones' star walked on the red carpet with her Jesus inspired look and twitterers are all for it.
Sian Clifford is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress for a Comedy Series for playing Claire. Here are a few scenes that prove she should win
His characterization of being paranoid is stupendous as he balances the emotional poles to near perfection in the political crime drama
There are elements of suspense and horror that are thoroughly fascinating. At the end of the day, the series is also a history lesson which is seamlessly packaged with an ample dose of entertainment
The HBO show has already won 10 awards in the Creative Arts categories and a few more wins from its many nominations will see it easily cruise through
While this year's nominations are less diverse than last year, strong nominations from 'When They See Us' and 'Pose' could mean that there will be more POC winners
Natasha Lyonne recently wrote her way back to an Emmy nomination with 'Russian Doll', after her last nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series in 2014.
Popular sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory' did not receive any acting nominations for the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, raising the question of whether it could be the biggest snub of this year's Emmys.
Thrones vs. This is Us, Chernobyl vs. When They See Us and The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel vs. Fleabag - who deserves to win the most?
The fact that we even have to choose between Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer is preposterous on its own because let's be real: 'Killing Eve' deserves all the awards.
Her performance speaks for itself as she has managed to earn a nomination for almost every role she played, with two Golden Globe Awards and four Primetime Emmy Awards in her kitty and three Academy Awards and four Tony Awards nominations.
While Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, and Maisie Williams have all been nominated for that category earlier, this is the first time for Gwendoline Christie
To accommodate Game of Thrones' 32 nominations, including one for best writing, some far more deserving candidates were left out in what were the biggest snubs of the 2019 Emmys.
The role not only brought him widespread recognition but also helped him earn the same award in 2017
Despite its controversial season eight run, a nomination in the direction department or writing and technical categories is simply a snub for other shows that deserved a spot in its place.
Delving into the plotline, Black Mirror stays true to its original theme— technology is a boon, but can fast turn into a bane because of constant change
'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' has upped its game for the 71st Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards with 20 nominations — the highest this year and six up from 14 in 2018.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge has four nominations across 'Killing Eve' and 'Fleabag.' She could create history by becoming only the second person and first woman producer to win the awards in two categories the same year.
A win at Emmys 2019 means that the talented actress will secure the coveted title of the most-awarded performer of all time
Ava Duvernay's four-part miniseries about The Exonerated Five has been nominated for 16 awards this year, spread across acting, directing, writing and Outstanding Limited Series.
Be it Amy Adams as the self-harming reporter in 'Sharp Objects' or Jodie Comer as the Russian psychopath assassin Villanelle - they deserve to win!
The gritty police thriller probably had one of the best opening scripts in TV history. The opening takes up eleven whole minutes and manages to leave us white-knuckled while at it.
The immensely popular HBO show 'Game of Thrones', despite its highly criticized final season, tops the list with a whopping 32 nominations
The 2019 Emmys will air live on Fox from the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. For those unable to catch the show live on Fox, you can stream it on the network's cable account.
As Rachel Brosnahan gets nominated at Emmys 2019, it goes without saying that her onscreen performance is nothing less than a marvel to behold
'The Handmaid's Tale' season 2 episodes titled, 'Holly', 'Post-partum' and 'The Word,' all of which aired on or after June 27, 2018, were submitted under individual categories like Guest Actor in a Drama Series, Cinematography, Production Design, Sound Mixing, Costumes, Editing and Music Composition
21 September, 2019