The revival of the acclaimed comedy, which debuts on CBS on Sept. 27, has reunited the original cast after two decades and plans to take on the Trump administration.
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After years of Emmy glory, HBO hosted a civilized affair in an airy plaza. The Netflix party was loud, with Dave Chappelle and Tiffany Haddish among the revelers.
It’s a tie: HBO and Netflix won 23 Emmys each. And it was a big night for Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” which took five more awards.
The trio won awards for “Jesus Christ Superstar” at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sunday, joining other entertainers who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award.
By the time its finale airs in May, “The Big Bang Theory” will be the longest-running multicamera comedy in TV history.
“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.
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.