Check out what's happening in the numerous awards races as the year ends and we look forward to the 2018 Oscars.



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The Emmy Winner is ... Maybe Viewers, Diversity, 'SNL' Brand

The Emmy Winner is ... Maybe Viewers, Diversity, 'SNL' Brand

TELEVISION | By Lynn Elber | Sep 17
As Emmy Award nominees nervously wait to hear their name called, or not, there's more on the line at Monday night's ceremony than personal glory.

Film Academy President Says Popular Oscar was Misunderstood

Film Academy President Says Popular Oscar was Misunderstood

MOVIES | By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 7
The film academy president John Bailey says that the new popular Oscar category was well-intentioned in its efforts to reflect a changing industry and misunderstood by its critics.

Fall Preview: Barry Jenkins on Adapting James Baldwin

Fall Preview: Barry Jenkins on Adapting James Baldwin

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | Aug 31
On one fateful European trip in 2013, Barry Jenkins wrote two scripts: "Moonlight," from Tarell Alvin McCraney's play, and "If Beale Street Could Talk," from James Baldwin's novel.

Fall Film Preview: A Prestige Movie Wave from Netflix

Fall Film Preview: A Prestige Movie Wave from Netflix

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | Aug 29
Between September and Christmas, Netflix will release at least 25 films. There will be one or two new movies released almost every week, many of them by the most sought-after filmmakers in Hollywood.

Diversity-Focused Academy Program Boosts Hollywood Dreamers

Diversity-Focused Academy Program Boosts Hollywood Dreamers

MOVIES | By Lindsey Bahr | Aug 15
The diversity crisis in Hollywood may rage on, but the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences continues to try to open up access to the entertainment business for people from underrepresented communities.

Sheryl Crow, Common Part of New Grammys Inclusion Task Force

Sheryl Crow, Common Part of New Grammys Inclusion Task Force

MUSIC | May 10
Sheryl Crow and Common are among the artists and executives on the Recording Academy's new task force on inclusion and diversity.

Do Oscars and Grammys Indicate Awards Shows Losing Appeal?

Do Oscars and Grammys Indicate Awards Shows Losing Appeal?

TELEVISION | By David Bauder | Mar 13
After Nielsen's brutal morning-after report cards for the Oscars and Grammys this winter, it's worth asking whether television viewers are losing interest in watching the entertainment industry's most prominent people celebrate themselves.

Oscar Ratings Plunge to a Record Low

Oscar Ratings Plunge to a Record Low

TELEVISION | By David Bauder | Mar 6
Television viewers could barely stifle a yawn for Hollywood's biggest night, with the Academy Awards plunging to a record-low viewership of 26.5 million people.

Chile's 'A Fantastic Woman' Wins Foreign Language Film Oscar

Chile's 'A Fantastic Woman' Wins Foreign Language Film Oscar

INTERNATIONAL | By Jocelyn Gecker | Mar 5
Landmark Chilean drama "A Fantastic Woman," a stirring story of love and loss that centers on a transgender woman, won the Oscar for best foreign language film on Sunday.

90th Oscars Dance Between Honoring and Correcting the Past

90th Oscars Dance Between Honoring and Correcting the Past

MOVIES | By Lindsey Bahr | Mar 5
Held one year ago, the 90th Academy Awards would have very likely been a rose-colored nostalgia fest.

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