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Emmy nominations came out Thursday, with some surprises and many disappointments. Unfortunately some of the absolute best shows and performances eligible didn't get any recognition, like AMC's "The Terror" and "Halt and Catch Fire."
The 2018 Emmy nominations were announced Thursday. Here is the full list of nominees. "Game of Thrones" gained 22 nominations, while Netflix was the leading network with 112 in total.
Hulu’s ‘Harlots’ got rave reviews and a 95% on Rotten Tomatoes last year, and season 2 premieres today
Hulu's series "Harlots" was overshadowed by the popularity of "The Handmaid's Tale," but it deserves your attention, and critics love it. It got a 95% on Rotten Tomatoes last year.
Facebook launched a "Keyword Snooze" option this week for users within the test market that will allow you to block certain keywords from showing up in your feed. It will be useful for those that want to avoid spoilers for hit TV shows and movies.
Today, Insider Inc. announced the upcoming launch of Insider TV.
Former Google and Instagram engineers got millions to take TV into the future — here’s what it looks like
"Longform, professional vertical video is the next trend in television," says Dreams cofounder and former Google product manager Tom Bender.
North Korean state media’s most famous announcer is a 74-year-old grandmother who Trump said should be on US cable news
Ri Chun Hee, one of the most recognizable faces of North Korea, has resurfaced to report on Kim Jong Un's meeting with President Donald Trump. Ri is affectionately known as North Korea's "Pink Lady" and has been broadcasting major events on the country's only news channel for decades.
From "Freaks and Geeks" to "Deadwood," here are the 14 most painful TV cancellations of all time. Many come from Netflix recently: "Sense8," "Gypsy," and "Everything Sucks!"
‘Legion’ creator Noah Hawley on adding a surprise extra episode to season 2, and the status of his Doctor Doom movie
"Legion" and "Fargo" creator Noah Hawley explains why he added a last-minute extra episode to "Legion" season 2 — which aired its finale on Tuesday — and talks about "Fargo" season 4 and his Doctor Doom movie.
North Korean state media broke form and featured unedited photos of leader Kim Jong Un walking around Singapore and meeting with President Donald Trump in their latest editions.The papers may reflect a new era of increased media openness as the nation tries to portray itself as a global player.