Andy Samberg can pat himself on the back for giving a safe and momentarily pleasing performance at this year’s Emmy Awards.
Tambor plays Maura – formerly Mort – Pfefferman, a transgender character of Amazon’s “Transparent“.
Amy Schumer delivered a kickass speech after winning best sketch comedy series.
Emmy history was made as How To Get Away With Murder’s Viola Davis became the first black woman to win Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
We love seeing our favorite TV stars on the red carpet – they always look so handsome in their tuxes!
Musical opening numbers are tricky, but Andy Samberg pulled it off pitch-perfectly. Talking about having suffered traumatic brain injury, Morgan said that when he woke from a coma, he was “ecstatic to learn that I wasn’t the one who messed up”. Who else is dying for an invite to their next hang?
“If you had told me as a small child growing up in England”, said Cordon said in mock-wonder, that he would grow up to present to Emmy’s audience of millions this august trio from the Ernst & Young accounting firm, “I would have said, ‘Sod off!”
Evan Ross Katz is the Managing Editor for NewNowNext and the biggest Sarah Michelle Gellar stan in all the land-and proud of it. And FOX should have received an award for completing the live special within three hours! The man ended the show a minute early! Despite the show’s title, she’s a supporting actress to series star Anna Faris, playing dysfunctional Bonnie Plunkett.
Janney’s first four Emmys came for her work on “The West Wing“. Jumping into a Lost-like hatch in the ground, Samberg goes on a binge watch of epic proportions, and when he emerges, he’s sporting a newfound knowledge of television in addition to a particularly a rank odor.
At times in his opening monologue, he could sound like the Twitter Police – the legions of scolds who either move our society forward by continually calling out bigotry, or merely create the self-serving illusion that they do so, without inconveniencing themselves by doing anything tangible. As Davis spoke, fellow nominee Taraji P. Henson (“Empire”) stood and applauded.
Actress Ariel Winter from the comedy series “Modern Family“.
As the evening went on, Andy, 37, let loose a little more with his wit, even taking a jibe at presidential hopeful Trump.