Sally Field holds the award for outstanding lead actress in a drama series for her work on "Brothers & Sisters" at the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
Over the past year, Tucson native Chris McCaleb has moved from meth makers in Albuquerque to the unruly undead in suburban Georgia.
Emmy Awards crystal-ball gazing was so much easier in the old days, circa the last few years:
NEW YORK — The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences on Wednesday announced nominations for the 40th Daytime Emmy Awards, and although the list was dominated by longtime favorites “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Sesame Street,” a few newcomers, including the syndicated “Katie,” also made…
Barbara Bain, named best actress in a leading role in a dramatic series, poses in Hollywood, Calif., May 19, 1968 with Pat Paulsen, awarded an Emmy for individual achievement in special classifications. Miss Bain plays a secret agent in "Mission: Impossible" while Paulsen appears on the Smot…
Don Adams, left, and Lucille Ball, named best actor and actress in a comedy series are joined by Bill Cosby, at right, backstage at the presentation of Emmys by the Television Academy in Hollywood, May 20, 1968. Bill Cosby was without his Emmy, the one he was awarded as best actor in a drama…
Actress Kristy McNichol, left, and actor Gary Frank, who portray brother and sister in television's "Family," hold the Emmys they won in Los Angeles Sunday night, Sept. 11, 1977 for continuing performance by supporting players in a drama series. Awards were by the Academy of Television Arts …
Star photographer James Gregg won two Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards
from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Here's the problem with interviewing Marlo Thomas: She's so
sharp and has such eclectic interests that it is hard to stay on
topic. That topic: Her appearance in Arizona Theatre Company's
production of Elaine May's comedy "George Is Dead," which opens in
"War will continue until the end . . ."
Aviva Kempner's "Yoo Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg" is a lively, loving
portrait of Gertrude Berg (1898-1966), creator and star of "The
Goldbergs," a hit on radio and television.