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Kenan Thompson can now add hosting the Emmys to his long-growing list of career accomplishments.

In its first season, Abbott Elementary was extremely well-received by critics and fans alike who praised the show for its wholesome and hilarious portrayal of a group of public school teachers in Philadelphia. Now the show (and its cast) are getting praise from the Television Academy with seven Emmy nominations. Including three for the show’s […]

Debbie Allen has been giving us greatness in film and television for more than five decades, and she finally has gotten her roses during Sunday night's Emmys live telecast.

Kerry Washington gave a brief but heartfelt tribute to Michael K. Williams in her introductory speech for the category the actor was posthumously nominated in at the 2021 Emmy Awards.


Wouldn't be surprised if Soulja Boy calling Rita Wilson right now to sign her to his label too

Dave Chappelle gives minimal f*cks about his critics, and he said as much during his acceptance speech for his latest Emmy Awards last night (Sept. 20). Chappelle's Netflix special nabbed wins in the Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special, Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special, and Outstanding Variety Special (Prerecorded) categories.

it was a fantastic night for Black Hollywood during the 72nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

Billy Porter inched one step closer to capturing the elusive EGOT quarter of awards, this after making history during last night’s Emmy Awards. The Pose star is the first openly gay Black man to win the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series award.

FX’s hit show and Donald Glover’s brainchild Atlanta may have not won many awards, except for Katt Williams’ brilliant guest appearance, last night at the Emmys, but the show won the night on social media.

Congrats are in order for Regina King and Thandie Newton, as they both took home Emmys last night. King, for her role in Netflix’s Seven Seconds and Newton, for her part in Westworld.

Katt Williams really didn’t want all the smoke. The actor and comedian ended up squashing his beef with Tiffany Haddish at yesterday’s (Sept. 18) Emmy Awards. 

Issa Rae, who looked absolutely stunning at this year’s Emmy Awards, has proven she’s unafraid to speak her mind. The Insecure creator and star, despite her show being snubbed by the Emmys, said that she was rooting for all the Black people at the ceremony.