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What's on TV This Week: 'The Big Leap' and 'The Wonder Years'
A new comedy series on Fox follows a group of people auditioning for a TV dance competition . And a reboot of "The Wonder Years" debuts on ABC.
THE BIG LEAP 9 p.m. on Fox.
Michaela Coel wins her first Emmy Award
After it was controversially snubbed by the Golden Globes, "I May Destroy You" received some measure of awards justice when it received six Primetime Emmy nominations.
'Mare of Easttown' takes both supporting actor awards for limited series.
" Mare of Easttown " was one of the buzziest limited series of the year, and it received 16 Emmy nominations, including for best limited or anthology series.
Review: At the Emmy Awards, TV Celebrates Its Own Survival
The telecast felt like a very private party - people seemed to be having fun, but the jollity didn't really come through the screen.
'Billions' Recap, Season 5, Episode 10: You Can't Make an Omelet ...
Eggs will be broken. The question amid all this conniving, though, is whose?
Chuck Rhoades is cooking eggs.
That's the scene.
'The Crown' and 'Ted Lasso' Take the Early Awards at the Emmys
Streaming services are having a big night, and "The Crown" could bring Netflix its first top award for a series. Here's how the night is unfolding.
2021 Emmy Winners: Complete List
Streaming services dominated many people's pandemic lives. Will they dominate at this year's Emmys, too?
The 73rd annual Emmy Awards are happening right now in Los Angeles.
Here's how to watch the Emmy Awards tonight.
There's sure to be both drama and comedy at the 73rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards, which will be mostly an in-person edition of the show.
What Is Drama? The Bungled Plan at 'Jeopardy!' to Choose a New Host
Know Your 'NCIS' From Your 'CSI'?
Fall was once the most exciting time of the TV calendar, when the new slate of network shows signaled television's return to life after a dormant summer of reruns.