“Game of Thrones” received 22 Emmy nominations, the most of any show. Netflix claimed the most nominations of any service or channel, displacing HBO from the top spot.
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Sunday night’s telecast of the Tony Awards drew 6.3 million viewers on CBS, a modest uptick but a contrast to plummeting numbers for the Oscars and Grammys.
Mr. Berlanti, the executive producer of “Riverdale,” “Blindspot” and “Arrow,” among other shows, was thought to be a prime candidate to potentially jump to Netflix.
The White House calls her show “not fit for broadcast” and criticizes “the left and its media allies” for an “appalling” silence, a day after “Roseanne” was canceled.
Ms. Barr cited “The Planet of the Apes” in discussing Valerie Jarrett, a black woman and former adviser to President Barack Obama. ABC Entertainment’s president called it “abhorrent.”
Dana Walden and Gary Newman, co-chief executives of the Fox television group, are negotiating extensions of their contracts until the sale to Disney is done, according to people briefed on the talks.
Some first-year shows surprised in the 2017-18 season, while broadcast networks proved they could still pull big audiences for events like the “60 Minutes” interview with Stormy Daniels.
Mr. Tambor left his Emmy-winning role on “Transparent” amid harassment allegations, which a spokesman said became public after shooting for “Arrested Development” was completed.
The rapper, who has been a hit on his show as a guest, will be interviewing guests and performing a song.
The cable channel has ended its association with Dan Schneider, the prolific producer behind hit shows like “iCarly,” “Kenan & Kel” and “Henry Danger.”