How can a show that won the prestigious award be such a big loser? Easy. The popular HBO show was involved in the biggest snub in Emmys history.
We've compiled the exhaustive list of snubs below.
Arguing over who is the *best* superhero is sooo last century.
The debate today is: Which hero is the most important? Which of these power-infused superhumans matters the most?
Spoiler alert: They look pretty dang good.
Hollywood's biggest TV stars hit the red carpet for the 2018 Emmy Awards, and their fashion choices did not disappoint.
Click to flip the photos below to see your favorite television actors glow up for one of the biggest awards shows of the year.
One of the best (and creepiest) episodes of television this past year was none other than Atlanta’s “Teddy Perkins.”
The bone-chilling episode ended with Perkins being killed by Darius, but somehow that wasn’t the last we’d see of dear Theodore.
At the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, Perkins — presumably Donald Glover in a plethora of makeup — made a surprise appearance when he congratulated Barry's Bill Hader for winning the award for Outstanding Lead Actor. Perkins' cameo promptly shook the internet.
It happens every year.
A film that's lambasted by critics turns out to be a pretty darn entertaining movie and perhaps, eventually, a cult classic.
It can happen to some of the most popular actors in the world, too. Will Smith, Adam Sandler, Halle Berry and Nicolas Cage are just a few of the stars who aren’t immune to the occasional shoddy movie.
But just because a movie isn’t “good,” per se, doesn’t mean it’s not worth watching.
In fact, sometimes these good bad movies are waaaayyy better than your typical boring Oscar contender.
But which of the bad films are really the best? We’ve compiled a definitive list below for your viewing pleasure.
BoJack Horseman is back with a new season — and so is American Vandal.
Sure, Fuller House is fun, but if you miss it or fall behind... who really cares?
Sorry, but it's true.
Below are the top 25 Netflix original series you have to keep up-to-date on if you call yourself a true TV fan.