Emmy Awards, The (Primetime and Daytime)


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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About

The Emmy Awards recognize excellence within various areas of television and emerging media.

The Emmy Awards are administered by three sister organizations, which focus on various sectors of television and broadband programming:

- The Television Academy (primetime)

- National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (daytime, sports, news and documentary)

- International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (international)

The Primetime Emmy Award is a symbol of peer recognition from over 20,000 Television Academy members. Each member casts a ballot for the category of competition in their field of expertise. See more about How an Emmy is Won, and check out our individual show pages for each annual award show, such as the 69th Primetime Emmy show.

The Interviews team is also on the red carpet every year, interviewing the nominees. Check out past red carpet interviews, here.

Highlights
Hector Ramirez on holding the record for the most Emmy nominations; on attending the ceremony
02:34
Michael J. Fox on winning an Emmy Award for his role on Family Ties  ; getting advice on what to say: "I feel four feet tall"
02:34
Julia Louis-Dreyfus on winning an Emmy for her Seinfeld character "Elaine Benes"
01:08
Betty White on winning her 1952 Best Actress Emmy 
01:19
Leonard Nimoy on his reaction to being Emmy-nominated for Star Trek
00:26
Mary Tyler Moore on winning an Emmy in 1963 for her work on The Dick Van Dyke Show
00:37
Anthony Bourdain on his various awards and Emmy nominations
01:30
Allison Janney on her Emmy wins for The West Wing
02:07
Don Mischer on what makes a good Emmy host
01:25
Steve Binder on producing the Primetime Emmy Awards for four years (1983-1987)
02:20
Who talked about this show

Berle Adams

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Berle Adams on the controversy over Fred Astaire winning the Emmy for Best Actor for An Evening With Fred Astaire
00:48
Berle Adams on distributing the Emmys internationally
02:58

Chris Albrecht

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Chris Albrecht on The Sopranos  getting Emmy Awards
02:15

Charlie Andrews

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Charlie Andrews on producing the 1969 Emmy Awards show
03:10

Hank Azaria

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Hank Azaria on winning Emmy awards for his work in The Simpsons
02:06

Thomas Azzari

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Thomas Azzari on winning an Emmy for Fish
00:43

George Balzer

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George Balzer on being nominated for Emmy Awards and winning an Emmy
01:40

Bob Banner

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Bob Banner on winning an Emmy for The Dinah Shore Chevy Show  and a number of other awards over the years
01:37

Bob Barker

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Bob Barker on his multiple Emmy wins
02:15
Bob Barker in a publicity photo taken with his Emmy Award
00:15

Bonnie Bartlett

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Bonnie Bartlett and William Daniels on winning Emmy Awards for St. Elsewhere
01:42

William Bell

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William Bell on winning an Emmy for The Young and the Restless
01:06

Donald Bellisario

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Donald Bellisario on Magnum, P.I.'s multiple Emmy nominations
00:46

Tom Bergeron

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Tom Bergeron on his Emmy nominations
03:21
Tom Bergeron on co-hosting The Emmy Awards
11:18

Milton Berle

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Milton Berle on Texaco Star Theater winning Best Kinescope show and Milton Berle winning Most Outstanding Kinescope Personality at the 2nd Emmy Awards
01:31

Bruce Bilson

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Bruce Bilson on the popularity of Get Smart and winning an Emmy for directing it
03:00

Steve Binder

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Steve Binder on producing the Primetime Emmy Awards for four years (1983-1987)
02:20
Steve Binder on producing the Primetime Emmy Awards in 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
01:22

Robert Blackman

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Robert Blackman on winning Emmys for Star Trek: The Next Generation
02:02

Haskell Boggs

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Haskell Boggs on winning various awards including the Emmy Award and highlights of his career
02:01

Anthony Bourdain

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Anthony Bourdain on his various awards and Emmy nominations
01:30

Peter Boyle

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Peter Boyle on wining an Emmy for his role as "Clyde Bruckman" on The X-Files
00:55

Kevin Bright

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Kevin Bright on winning an Emmy for his work on the pilot of In Living Color
01:39
Kevin Bright on Friends' Emmy wins, and the fact that it didn't win any until the show's eighth season
02:27

David Canary

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David Canary on his Daytime Emmy wins for All My Children
00:17

Kevin Carlisle

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Kevin Carlisle on winning an Emmy Award for his work on the Barry Manilow Specials
00:37

Glenn Gordon Caron

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Glenn Gordon Caron on the 16 Emmy nominations Moonlighting received, a record at the time; on his reaction to not winning any Emmys
03:28
Glenn Gordon Caron on Patricia Arquette winning an Emmy for Medium
01:42

Thomas Carter

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Thomas Carter on winning an Emmy for directing Equal Justice
01:20

Nancy Cartwright

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Nancy Cartwright on winning an Emmy in 1992 for Outstanding Voiceover artist
01:35

Dick Cavett

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Dick Cavett on writing for Johnny Carson for the Emmys
00:52

Tucker Cawley

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Tucker Cawley on the Everybody Loves Raymond episode "Baggage" for which he won an Emmy Award
05:56
Tucker Cawley on winning an Emmy Award for writing for Everybody Loves Raymond
08:03

Stan Chambers

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Stan Chambers on the first Emmy winners Mike Stokey and Shirley Dinsdale
01:37

Marge Champion

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Marge Champion on choreographing Queen of the Stardust Ballroom  for which she won an Emmy
03:36

Les Charles

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Glen and Les Charles on Cheers' early Emmy wins
01:02

Glen Charles

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Glen and Les Charles on Cheers' early Emmy wins
01:02

Roy Christopher

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Roy Christopher on how the Academy Awards have changed over the years, and on how it compares with production designing the Emmy Awards
04:18

Dick Clark

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Dick Clark on producing The Emmys
01:19

Alf Clausen

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Alf Clausen on winning Emmys for his involvement in The Simpsons
00:26

Jeanne Cooper

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Jeanne Cooper on her first Emmy nominated role on Ben Casey for "But Linda Only Smiled"
04:50

Fred de Cordova

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Fred de Cordova on his many Emmy Awards
01:25

David Crane

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David Crane and Marta Kauffman on being nominated for an Emmy for Dream On; on attending the Emmys; on how it affected their careers and the show
05:16
David Crane and Marta Kauffman on getting an Emmy for Friends only to have to give it back
03:06

Jane Curtin

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Jane Curtin on winning Emmy Awards for Kate & Allie
01:11

Kelley Dixon

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Kelley Dixon on being nominated for, and winning Emmys for her work on Breaking Bad
17:25

Patty Duke

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Patty Duke on winning an Emmy for her role in the 1970 TV movie My Sweet Charlie; on accepting her award while having a manic episode
01:01

Hector Elizondo

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Hector Elizondo on the Chicago Hope  episode "Bridge Over Troubled Watters" for which he won an Emmy
02:56

Danny Epstein

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Danny Epstein on winning Emmys for Music Direction for Sesame Street
01:05

Edie Falco

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Edie Falco on winning and being nominated for Emmys and other awards for The Sopranos
01:51
Edie Falco on the tribute to James Gandolfini that she presented at the Emmys in 2013
01:21
Edie Falco on winning an Emmy for Nurse Jackie in 2010 and her feelings about the series being classified as a comedy
01:31

Elma Farnsworth

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Elma Farnsworth on her husband Philo T. Farnsworth's colleagues, and Harry Lubcke naming the Emmy Awards after the image orthicon tube
01:43

Tom Fontana

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Tom Fontana on the St. Elsewhere  episode "The Women" and winning an Emmy Award
03:44
Tom Fontana on the Homicide: Life on the Street  episode "Three Men and Adena" and winning an Emmy Award for it
03:16

John Forsythe

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John Forsythe on the quality of the live shows in the '50s and his first Emmy nomination 
02:48

Michael J. Fox

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Michael J. Fox on winning an Emmy Award for his role on Family Ties ; getting advice on what to say: "I feel four feet tall"
02:34

Fred Foy

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Fred Foy on announcing the Daytime Emmy awards at ABC in New York
02:59

Ian Fraser

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Ian Fraser on conducting The Emmy Awards
05:52

Ron Friedman

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Ron Friedman on being nominated for an Emmy Award for his work on The Danny Kaye Show, and on leaving the show
01:24

Harry Friedman

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Harry Friedman on winning Emmy Awards for Wheel of Fortune  and Jeopardy!
01:24

Eileen Fulton

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Eileen Fulton on winning a Lifetime Achievement Emmy for her work on As the World Turns
01:44

Anthony Geary

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Anthony Geary on winning a Daytime Emmy Award
03:25

Paul Michael Glaser

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Paul Michael Glaser on directing Miami Vice  and being nominated for an Emmy and DGA award
02:21

Jerry Goldsmith

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Jerry Goldsmith on composing for Jericho and being nominated for Emmy Awards for composing for Thriller  and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
01:38
Jerry Goldsmith on composing for the made-for-television movie The Red Pony for which he won an Emmy Award
01:17

Julian Gomez

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Julian Gomez on winning Emmy Awards for The Amazing Race
08:37

Herb Granath

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Herb Granath on a meeting of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences board with actors regarding the Daytime Emmy Awards
00:42

Lee Grant

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Lee Grant on working with Mia Farrow who played "Allison MacKenzie" on Peyton Place
02:09
Lee Grant on winning an Emmy for her performance on Peyton Place
01:42
Lee Grant on her Emmy-winning guest starring role in the pilot for Columbo, "Ransom for a Dead Man"
03:59

Donald Hall

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Donald Hall on his father receiving a special Emmy in 1961 for Hallmark Hall of Fame
01:08

Patricia Heaton

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Patricia Heaton on winning an Emmy for Everybody Loves Raymond right after 9/11, on that show being like "lightning in a bottle"
01:21

Dwight Hemion

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Dwight Hemion on winning Emmy Awards
02:23

Buck Henry

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Buck Henry on winning an Emmy for writing That Was the Week That Was in 1965 and also for Get Smart in 1966

Danette Herman

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Danette Herman on producing the GrammysEmmy Awards  and Academy Awards  telecasts
03:39
Danette Herman on The Sopranos reunion at the Emmy Awards
03:06

Arthur Hiller

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Arthur Hiller on his Emmy Award nomination for Naked City
01:44

Martin Hoade

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Martin Hoade on winning an Emmy for his work in religious programming on NBC
01:41

Silvio Horta

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Silvio Horta on Ugly Betty's  Emmy nomination
01:04

Louis J. Horvitz

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Louis J. Horvitz on how production numbers on The Academy Awards  and The Emmys  differ
02:58
Louis J. Horvitz on first directing The Academy Awards  in 1997 - he got the job based on his abilities directing The Emmy Awards
07:31
Louis J. Horvitz on various hosts of The Emmy Awards
06:31

Felicity Huffman

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Felicity Huffman on winning the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Desperate Housewives in 2005
01:53

Roy Huggins

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Roy Huggins on Maverick  winning an Emmy
00:48

Kim Hunter

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Kim Hunter on receiving various Emmy nominations
02:38

David Isaacs

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Ken Levine and David Isaacs on being nominated for an Emmy for the M*A*S*H episode, "Point of View"
00:27
Ken Levine and David Isaacs on winning an Emmy for Cheers
04:12

Allison Janney

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Allison Janney on her Emmy wins for The West Wing
02:07

Lamont Johnson

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Lamont Johnson on his winning an Emmy for Wallenberg: A Hero's Story
03:33
Lamont Johnson on directing The Kennedys of Massachusetts, for which he won an Emmy Award
03:25

Kathryn Joosten

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Kathryn Joosten on her Emmy wins for Desperate Housewives
02:32

Hal Kanter

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Writer Hal Kanter on working on The Academy Awards shows and winning an Emmy Award for the show in 1991
04:29

Sidney M. Katz

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Sidney M. Katz on winning a Emmy for editing The Defenders
02:02

David E. Kelley

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David E. Kelley on Picket Fences' Emmy wins
02:08
David E. Kelley on being the only producer in history to win Emmys for drama and comedy series in one year (The Practice and Ally McBeal)
04:12

Barry Kemp

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Barry Kemp on his favorite Taxi episodes and his Emmy nomination
03:58

Don Roy King

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Don Roy King on winning an Emmy Award for The Mike Douglas Show
06:08

Don Knotts

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Don Knotts on winning his first Emmy Award (for The Andy Griffith Show)
00:24
Don Knotts on his subsequent Emmy wins for playing "Barney Fife" on The Andy Griffith Show
00:27

Arnie Kogen

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Arnie Kogen on winning Emmy Awards for his work on The Carol Burnett Show
01:15

Norman Lear

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Norman Lear on All in the Family winning Emmy Awards
02:48
Norman Lear on All in the Family winning multiple Emmys during its run
01:11

Ken Levine

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Ken Levine and David Isaacs on being nominated for an Emmy for the M*A*S*H  episode, "Point of View" 
00:27
Ken Levine and David Isaacs on winning an Emmy for Cheers
04:12

Barry Levinson

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Barry Levinson on winning two Emmys for his work on The Carol Burnett Show
00:28

Steve Levitan

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Steve Levitan on winning multiple Emmys for Modern Family
04:47

Judith Light

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Judith Light on winning two Daytime Emmys for playing "Karen Wolek" on One Life to Live
01:22

Hal Linden

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Hal Linden on being nominated for and winning Emmy Awards
01:56

Art Linkletter

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Art Linkletter on winning an Emmy Award in 1954 and on the tragic death of his daughter Diane Linkletter
01:56

Charles Lisanby

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Charles Lisanby on his multiple Emmy wins for production design
01:15

John J. Lloyd

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John J. Lloyd on being nominated for an Emmy for Alfred Hitchcock Presents
00:55

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus on winning an Emmy for her Seinfeld character "Elaine Benes"
01:08
Julia Louis-Dreyfus on winning an Emmy for her role as "Selina Meyer" on Veep
00:48

Susan Lucci

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Susan Lucci on breaking her Emmy losing streak in 1999
03:49

Will Mackenzie

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Will Mackenzie on directing Scrubs starring Zach Braff, and on winning an Emmy Award for his work on that show
06:48

William H. Macy

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William H. Macy on his 1997 Emmy nomination for ER
00:21

Delbert Mann

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Delbert Mann on his feelings on The Emmy Awards
01:14

Martin Manulis

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Martin Manulis on receiving numerous Emmy Awards
01:34

Sonia Manzano

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Sonia Manzano on the number of Emmys she's won for writing
00:48

E. G. Marshall

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E.G. Marshall on the fame that resulted from his starring on The Defenders, and on winning Emmy Awards for his work on the show
02:29

John A. Martinelli

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John Martinelli on how Emmy Awards affected his career
01:46
John Martinelli on his Emmy Awards and being the President of ACE (American Cinema Editors)
02:49

Leslie H. Martinson

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Leslie H. Martinson on directing Maverick  and winning an Emmy
12:48

Beth McCarthy-Miller

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Beth McCarthy-Miller on being nominated for multiple Emmy Awards
01:43

Jim McKay

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Jim McKay on winning an Emmy for ABC's Wide World of Sports in 1968
01:48

Lee Mendelson

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Lee Mendelson on winning and being nominated for several Emmy Awards for his various animated works
01:56

David Milch

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David Milch on winning Emmys and other awards for NYPD Blue
03:15

Don Mischer

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Don Mischer on producing the Emmy Awards
20:19
Don Mischer on Ellen DeGeneres hosting the 1994 Emmy Awards
02:11
Don Mischer on the difficult decision to cancel the Emmys after 9-11
07:00
Don Mischer on things that have gone wrong with the Emmy Awards; why it's a difficult show
03:54

John Moffitt

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John Moffitt on Van Dyke and Company  winning an Emmy and Bob Einstein's acceptance comment
00:37
John Moffitt on directing the 28th Primetime Emmy Awards (the first time steadicam used on television)
03:05
John Moffitt on being unable to direct the 29th Primetime Emmy Awards (due to a strike, it was first time the show aired in September)
01:22
John Moffitt on producing the Primetime Emmy Awards in 1979 and his subsequent involvement in other Emmy telecasts
03:03
John Moffitt on producing the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards
06:15
John Moffitt on photos from The 28th Annual Emmy Awards
01:27

Leslie Moonves

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Leslie Moonves on the postponement of the 2001 Emmy Awards due to 9/11
01:23

Mary Tyler Moore

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Mary Tyler Moore on winning an Emmy in 1963 for her work on The Dick Van Dyke Show
00:37

Thad Mumford

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Thad Mumford on winning an Emmy for The Electric Company
01:29

Bill Mumy

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Bill Mumy on writing music for Adventures in Wonderland  and his Emmy nomination
04:42

Bob Newhart

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Bob Newhart on his short-lived variety program, The Bob Newhart Show, winning an Emmy
01:22
Bob Newhart on his national big break at the 1960 Emmy Awards
03:11

Leonard Nimoy

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Leonard Nimoy on being Emmy-nominated for all three seasons of Star Trek, yet never winning due to his belief that there's a prejudice against awarding performances in the science fiction genre
01:28
Leonard Nimoy on initially turning down the role that earned him an Emmy nomination in A Woman Called Golda
00:22
Leonard Nimoy on his reaction to being Emmy-nominated for Star Trek
00:26

Bill Nye

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Bill Nye on Bill Nye, The Science Gu y's Emmy wins
02:49

Don Ohlmeyer

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Don Ohlmeyer on producing the 1977 Emmy Awards
03:20

Edward James Olmos

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Edward James Olmos on winning an Emmy award and his favorite Miami Vice  episodes
06:48

Suze Orman

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Suze Orman on hoping Martha Stewart would win the Emmy Award the year they were both nominated

Gail Parent

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Gail Parent on winning an Emmy for writing The Carol Burnett Show
03:01

Marty Pasetta

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Marty Pasetta on directing The Emmy Awards
00:57

Alan Perris

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Alan Perris on the significance of the Emmy
01:29
Alan Perris on negotiations for the networks to carry The Emmy Awards
04:36
Alan Perris on The Emmy Awards  show
03:02

Carroll Pratt

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Carroll Pratt on providing audience reaction enhancement for live shows like The Emmy Awards
05:30

Jeff Probst

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Jeff Probst on hosting The Emmy Awards and winning an Emmy
04:55

Charlotte Rae

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Charlotte Rae on being nominated for an Emmy for The Facts of Life, and on leaving the show
02:14

Hector Ramirez

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Hector Ramirez on attending The Emmy Awards
01:09

Hank Rieger

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Hank Rieger on United Press covering The Emmy Awards
01:15
Hank Rieger on the Emmy Awards during the 1960s
00:16
Hank Rieger on how the Emmy Awards were divided up when NATAS and The Television Academy split
03:14
Hank Rieger on how media coverage of The Emmy Awards evolved over the years; on fees for the show
04:54
Hank Rieger on the agreement to have The Emmy Awards rotate among the three (eventually four) big broadcast networks
01:33
Hank Rieger on memorable moments in the history of The Emmy Awards
09:40
Hank Rieger on Edward Asner, the AFTRA strike, and The Emmy Awards
04:04
Hank Rieger on where The Emmys are headed
01:06

Maria Riva

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Actress Maria Riva briefly on being nominated for an Emmy Award as Best Actress in 1951 and 1952 and how little recollection she has of the nominations
00:21

Joan Rivers

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Joan Rivers on winning a Daytime Emmy for The Joan Rivers Show
01:11

Doris Roberts

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Doris Roberts on being nominated for an Emmy Award for her role on St. Elsewhere and what her husband, William Goyen, who was very ill said about her then-recent appearance on The Love Boat
00:27
Doris Roberts on both she and James Coco winning Emmys for St. Elsewhere
01:45
Doris Roberts on her Emmy Award wins, as well as other award wins
01:15

Meta Rosenberg

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Meta Rosenberg on winning an Emmy for The Rockford Files
00:54

Stanley Rubin

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Stanley Rubin on winning the first Emmy Award ever awarded a "film made for television" for Your Show Time at the first Emmy Awards ceremony on January 25, 1949
03:50
Stanley Rubin on the formation of the Television Academy and the Emmys 
01:25
Stanley Rubin on his Emmy statue for Your Show Time
01:22
Stanley Rubin on the 50th anniversary of the Emmy win for Your Show Time
00:43

Thomas Del Ruth

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Thomas Del Ruth on winning Emmy Awards for The West Wing
02:46

Isabel Sanford

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Isabel Sanford on winning an Emmy for playing "Louise Jefferson" on The Jeffersons
00:55

Joseph Sargent

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Joseph Sargent on winning the Emmy for The Marcus Nelson Murders
00:45

Thomas W. Sarnoff

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Thomas W. Sarnoff on making the deal to broadcast the Emmy Awards nationally on NBC
00:42

Sherwood Schwartz

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Sherwood Schwartz on winning an Emmy for writing on The Red Skelton Show
01:08

John Shaffner

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John Shaffner on winning Emmys for the David Copperfield  specials
01:02
John Shaffner on designing the set for The Emmy Awards
13:24
John Shaffner on reinventing The Emmy Awards
09:26

Garry Shandling

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Garry Shandling on hosting The Emmys
02:03

John Singleton

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John Singleton on being nominated for an Emmy for American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson
01:33

Sid Smith

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Sid Smith on directing the 1969 and 1979 New York portions of the Emmy Awards
01:51

Yeardley Smith

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Yeardley Smith on winning an Emmy in 1992 for playing "Lisa Simpson" on The Simpsons
04:25

G.E. Smith

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G.E. Smith on acting as musical director for the Emmy Awards in 1988
01:03

Mark Snow

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Mark Snow on composing for the TV movie Something About Amelia, being invited to the set, and the fact that he was nominated for an Emmy for it
04:08

Jeremy Stevens

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Jeremy Stevens on winning an Emmy for The Electric Company
01:47

Bob Stewart

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Producer Bob Stewart on Pyramid's Emmy wins
02:31

Norman Stiles

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Norman Stiles on winning a Daytime Emmy for the Sesame Street  episode "Farewell, Mr. Hooper"
01:54

Jeffrey Tambor

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Jeffrey Tambor on his Emmy nominations
01:01

Marlo Thomas

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Marlo Thomas on winning an Emmy for a dramatic role on Nobody's Child
00:49

Richard Thomas

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Richard Thomas on winning an Emmy for playing "John-Boy" on The Waltons
01:52

Daniel J. Travanti

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Daniel J. Travanti on Hill Street Blues' Emmy wins
01:32

Neil Travis

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Neil Travis on how producer Stan Margulies described him while accepting Travis' Emmy for Roots
00:33

Bruce Vilanch

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Bruce Vilanch on how the events of 9/11 affected the Emmy Awards in 2001
Bruce Vilanch on the difference between writing for the Emmys and the Oscars

Ellen M. Violett

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Ellen M. Violett on her Emmy nominations
04:24

Malcolm-Jamal Warner

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Malcolm-Jamal Warner on being nominated for an Emmy for The Cosby Show
01:36

Keenen Ivory Wayans

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Keenen Ivory Wayans on winning an Emmy for In Living Color and his seven Emmy nominations
03:38

Matthew Weiner

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Matthew Weiner on winning his first Emmy for Mad Men  despite the show being "unknown"; on the 60th annual Emmy Awards show
02:55

John Wells

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John Wells on various awards he's received for his work including the Emmy Award
02:38

Ellen Wheeler

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Ellen Wheeler on winning a Daytime Emmy for playing "Marley" and "Vicki" on Another World
01:20
Ellen Wheeler on winning a Daytime Emmy for All My Children
01:30
Ellen Wheeler on Guiding Light's  Emmy nominations and wins
01:36

Betty White

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Betty White on winning her 1952 Best Actress Emmy 
01:19
On winning the Emmy for The Mary Tyler Moore Show
00:44

Joseph M. Wilcots

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Joseph M. Wilcots on being nominated for Emmy Awards for Roots
00:38

Dan Wilcox

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Dan Wilcox on winning a Daytime Emmy for his work on Sesame Street
03:33

Larry Wilmore

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Larry Wilmore on being nominated for an Emmy for writing on In Living Color
01:06
Larry Wilmore on winning an Emmy Award for The Bernie Mac Show
00:55

Hugh Wilson

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Hugh Wilson on winning an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Writing for Frank's Place  for the episode "The Bridge"
02:37

Jane Wyatt

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Jane Wyatt on winning three Emmys for her role on Father Knows Best
01:14

Bud Yorkin

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Bud Yorkin on being nominated for Emmys for An Evening with Fred Astaire 
02:06

Kim Zimmer

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Kim Zimmer on her Daytime Emmy Award wins
01:32

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