Angela Zhou attending the AMC Networks' 68th Primetime Emmy Awards After-Party Celebration at BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood, California, United States - Sunday 18th September 2016
Stars of Stranger Things (Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin and Millie Bobby Brown) on the red carpet at the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theatre, Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 18th September 2016
This year's Primetime Emmys left us with a lot of unforgettable memories.
The headlines are all about the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards today after 'Game Of Thrones' smashed records, 'The People v OJ Simpson' flattened the competition and the cast of 'Stranger Things' made all attendees want to adopt them at the weekend. Definitely TV's higlight of the year.
Peter Dinklage was nominated for 'Game Of Thrones'
'Game of Thrones' made Emmys history last night (September 18th 2016) by breaking the record for the most awards ever for a fictional series, with the full Emmys total now at 38 which has beaten previous record holder 'Frasier''s 37. The show won three accolades this year; Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series.
The group were due to mark their two nominations for the 'Sonic Highways' documentary by performing a song, but say Fox kicked them off the bill with very short notice.
Dave Grohl has explained his band’s absence from last night’s Primetime Emmy Awards, claiming that a scheduled performance from the group was cancelled by broadcasters Fox at the last minute.
The band received two nominations for the main Emmy Awards night, which took place on Sunday (September 20th) in Los Angeles, for their HBO documentary series ‘Sonic Highways’, which followed the recording of last year’s studio album of the same name and also doubled up as an exploration of the rich musical histories of a handful of U.S. cities.
Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl on crutches after breaking his leg in Gothenburg
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The 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star is set to host the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night.
With just a few days to go before he hosts the Primetime Emmy Awards, comedian and actor Andy Samberg is promising to “keep it light, silly and fun” when he takes to the stage on Sunday for the biggest night in TV.
The 37 year old ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ star told E! News at Wednesday’s preview night (September 16th) that preparations were almost complete for the ceremony, and that he wasn’t feeling too nervous. “I'm feeling really good, man, it's going well,” he said. “We're writing up a storm and we have shot a couple of pre-tapes, so we're editing and I feel good about it all.”
When asked what he thought he could get away with in terms of button-pushing and jokes, he replied: “Less than on ‘Saturday Night Live’ and probably about the same as on ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’.”
Continue reading: Andy Samberg Talks About Hosting Style Ahead Of Primetime Emmy Awards