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ABC 2018-19 Season Ratings (updated 9/16/19)

ABC launched 11 new scripted TV series (not counting the Roseanne revival) during the regular portion of the 2017-18 season. They cancelled seven and renewed only four. That's not a very good average. How will the alphabet network TV shows perform during the 2018-19 season? Stay tuned!

ABC shows (so far): 1969, 20/20, The $100,000 Pyramid, The Alec Baldwin Show, American Housewife, American Idol, America's Funniest Home Videos, The Bachelor, Black-ish, Card Sharks, Celebrity Family Feud, Child Support, The Conners, Dancing with the Stars, Dancing with the Stars: Juniors, Family Food Fight, The Fix, For the People, Fresh Off the Boat, The Goldbergs, The Good Doctor, The Great American Baking Show, The Great Christmas Light Fight, Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away with Murder, Holey Moley, The Kids Are Alright, Marvel's Agents of Shield, Match Game, A Million Little Things, Modern Family, Press Your Luck, Reef Break, The
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Can Ben Whishaw, Michael Douglas and others win Emmys for non-nominated series?

Can Ben Whishaw, Michael Douglas and others win Emmys for non-nominated series?
It can be difficult to predict Emmy winners in the acting categories, but one correlation we’ve seen over the years is how often we see actors win for shows that are nominated for Best Series. Similar to the Oscars and how your chances increase if you’re competing for a Best Picture-nominated film, the Emmys liking a show enough to nominate it for Best Series tends to have a trickle-down effect. In fact, last year, only one person won a lead or supporting acting category at the Emmys for a program that did not have a corresponding series nomination — Regina King for “Seven Seconds” in Best Limited Series/Movie Actress. The question now becomes whether any actors from a non-nominated series could defy the odds at this year’s Emmys.

The biggest possibility of this going down would be in Best Comedy Actor. That’s because three of the
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Creative Arts Emmys 2019 (Sunday): 13 exclusive red carpet interviews with Natasha Lyonne, Michael McKean, Carice van Houten … [Watch]

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Creative Arts Emmys 2019 (Sunday): 13 exclusive red carpet interviews with Natasha Lyonne, Michael McKean, Carice van Houten … [Watch]
Gold Derby was on the red carpet and backstage in the press room for Sunday’s 2019 Creative Arts Emmys to chat with many of this year’s nominees. Among the 13 Emmy contenders we interviewed on the red carpet in downtown Los Angeles were Natasha Lyonne, Michael McKean and Carice van Houten.

Once again this year the Creative Arts ceremonies were separated into two different nights, with Saturday focusing on nonfiction/reality/variety and Sunday’s event celebrating scripted fare. The live Primetime ceremony will air Sunday, September 22 on Fox.

See the complete list of Saturday winners

See the complete list of Sunday winners

Click each link below to be taken to the full interview:

Charlie Barnett, “Russian Doll”

Ed Begley Jr., “Ctrl Alt Delete”

Laverne Cox, “Orange is the New Black

Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine, “PEN15

Natasha Lyonne, “Russian Doll

Michael McKean, “Better Call Saul

Catherine O’Hara and Bo Welch,
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Cherry Jones (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’) wins Emmy for Best Drama Guest Actress over favorite Phylicia Rashad

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Cherry Jones (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’) wins Emmy for Best Drama Guest Actress over favorite Phylicia Rashad
Cherry Jones won Best Drama Guest Actress for “The Handmaid’s Tale” at the Creative Arts Awards on Sunday night, September 15. She prevailed for the episode “Holly,” in which she played Elisabeth Moss‘s crusading mother. But if it weren’t for a few orphans, Jones might not have been eligible for the Emmy at all. Check out the complete list of Sunday’s Creative Arts winners here.

“The Handmaid’s Tale” didn’t air its third season in time to compete for the 2019 Emmys, but the last three episodes of season two aired too late to be considered for Emmys in 2018. So the television academy ruled that those “orphaned episodes” would be eligible to compete in 2019, though the show would not be eligible for Best Drama Series or series-regular acting categories. Other prizes were up for grabs, and it paid off with 11 nominations for the show.

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Cherry Jones Wins 2019 Guest Drama Actress Emmy

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Cherry Jones Wins 2019 Guest Drama Actress Emmy
Cherry Jones won the 2019 guest drama actress Emmy for her work as the titular character’s mother, Holly Osborne, in Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.”

This was Jones’ second consecutive nomination for the role but first win. Interestingly, both noms were for her work in the second season of the dystopian streaming series. After a few episodes were released outside of the 2018 Emmy eligibility window, the Television Academy agreed that they could count towards this year’s awards. That decision allowed Jones to be submitted again, and it resulted in her second-ever Emmy win, Jessica Lange (“American Horror Story: Apocalypse”), Phylicia Rashad (“This Is Us”), Cicely Tyson (“How To Get Away With Murder”) and Carice Van Houten (“Game of Thrones”).

Cherry Jones made a reference to one of the night’s earlier winners, Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory for Nasa TV’s “Nasa’s Insights Mars Landing,” whose winners urged
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Bradley Whitford makes Emmy history with drama guest actor win for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

Bradley Whitford makes Emmy history with drama guest actor win for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
Bradley Whitford is truly the guest of honor at the Emmys. He took home the Best Drama Guest Actor prize at Sunday’s Creative Arts ceremony, becoming the first person to win both comedy and drama guest actor categories.

The odds-on favorite, Whitford — who beat out defending champ Ron Cephas Jones (“This Is Us”), Michael Angarano (“This Is Us”), Michael McKean (“Better Call Saul”), Kumail Nanjiani (“The Twilight Zone”) and Glynn Turman (“How to Get Away with Murder”), previously won Best Comedy Guest Actor in 2015 for “Transparent.” He also has a drama supporting actor statuette for “The West Wing” from 2001.

See 2019 Creative Arts Emmys: See the full list of Sunday’s winners

With his bid for “Handmaid’s,” Whitford joined five other men with nominations in both male guest categories, which were established in 1989. None of the first five were able to win in both:

Hank Azaria: won in
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Bradley Whitford Wins 2019 Guest Drama Actor Emmy

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Bradley Whitford Wins 2019 Guest Drama Actor Emmy
Bradley Whitford won the 2019 guest drama actor Emmy for his role of Commander Joseph Lawrence on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.”

Whitford joined the cast of the streaming dystopian series at the end of its second season, in episodes that were released after the close of the 2018 Emmy eligibility window. The Television Academy agreed they could be submitted this year, and that decision now sees him picking up his third total trophy from the group. He previously won the supporting drama actor statue in 2001 for his work on “The West Wing” and the guest comedy actor one in 2015 for his turn on “Transparent.”

He was nominated alongside Michael McKean (“Better Call Saul”), Kumail Nanjiani (“The Twilight Zone”), Glynn Turman (“How To Get Away With Murder”) and both Michael Angarano and Ron Cephas Jones from “This Is Us.”

Whitford also made Emmy history by becoming the first performer to have
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2019 Creative Arts Emmy winners (Sunday): Full list of nominees and winners in all 49 categories

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2019 Creative Arts Emmy winners (Sunday): Full list of nominees and winners in all 49 categories
The 2019 Creative Arts Emmys were held on the weekend of September 14-15, celebrating the best achievements in television crafts, animation, nonfiction and more. This is where the vast majority of awards were handed out (almost 100 over the course of the two days) before the main Emmys telecast on September 22. So who were the big winners on Sunday night? Scroll down for the complete list in all 49 categories, updating live as they’re announced.

SEE2019 Creative Arts Emmy winners (Saturday): Full list of nominees and winners in all 48 categories

Saturday night’s show focused on achievements in animation, documentaries, variety, and reality. Sunday’s kudos were reserved mostly for dramas, comedies, movies and limited series. Among the top nominees in these fields included “Game of Thrones,” which had a record 32 nominations overall, 18 of which were at Creative Arts. Other programs with heaps of craft noms included “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,
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Complete Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2019 Winners List: ‘Game of Thrones’ Torches Competitors

Complete Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2019 Winners List: ‘Game of Thrones’ Torches Competitors
Game of Thrones” didn’t break any records during the second night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Sunday, but they gave themselves a leg-up on history. The HBO fantasy series was nominated for 18 awards, and ended up taking home an awe-inspiring 10.

For those keeping track, “Game of Thrones” already owns the record it seeks to achieve, winning 12 Emmy Awards in 2015 for its fifth season and is well on its way to obliterating that award during the Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, September 22.

Those who suspected that a disappointing final season would dampen the Television Academy’s enthusiasm for the most decorated drama series of all time, were proved wrong yet again after racking up a record 32 overall nominations.

The second night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards offered few surprises, with defending comedy series winner, Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”, scoring six awards, including both Outstanding Guest
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Emmy episode analysis: Mandy Moore (‘This is Us’) is still heartbroken over her husband’s death in ‘The Graduates’

Emmy episode analysis: Mandy Moore (‘This is Us’) is still heartbroken over her husband’s death in ‘The Graduates’
Mandy Moore received her first Emmy nomination this year for playing Rebecca Pearson, the matriarch of a close-knit family in NBC’s tearjerker “This is Us.” Moore plays the character in different periods of her life: sometimes as a young optimistic newlywed, sometimes as a struggling widow and single parent, and sometimes as an older, wiser grandmother.

Emmy voters finally noticed her impressive acting chops this year and included her in the competitive Best Drama Actress category on her third try against past winners Viola Davis (“How to Get Away with Murder”), Laura Linney (“Ozark”), previous nominees Emilia Clarke (“Game of Thrones”), Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”) and Robin Wright (“House of Cards”), plus rookie contender Jodie Comer (“Killing Eve”).

Moore’s Emmy episode submission is “The Graduates,” which aired March 5 and was the 14th episode of the NBC show’s third season. In this episode, Rebecca is heartbroken that her
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Hey, Emilia Clarke (‘Game of Thrones’): 2 rogue Emmy Experts predict you’ll win Best Drama Actress for final season

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Hey, Emilia Clarke (‘Game of Thrones’): 2 rogue Emmy Experts predict you’ll win Best Drama Actress for final season
While the overwhelming majority of Gold Derby’s Emmy Experts from major media outlets predict Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”) will win Best Drama Actress, two pundits are going rogue. Both Nikki Novak (Fandango) and Lynette Rice (Ent. Weekly) instead believe Emilia Clarke (“Game of Thrones”) will ride Daenerys Targaryen’s dragon up to the podium on September 22. It’s the HBO actress’ first lead Emmy nomination after previously receiving three supporting bids.

Clarke, who’s just been announced as an Emmy presenter, notably faces off against Oh and Jodie Comer from “Killing Eve,” which has many awards watchers wondering if a vote-split could be on the horizon. If “Killing Eve” fans can’t decide between who to vote for, then a third contender like Clarke could benefit from the lack of consensus and pull off a shocker on Emmy night.

SEEEmmy episode analysis: Emilia Clarke (‘Game of Thrones’) is put
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Creative Arts Emmy Awards predictions 2019: Official odds in 24 categories favor ‘Game of Thrones,’ RuPaul, Beyonce and more

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Creative Arts Emmy Awards predictions 2019: Official odds in 24 categories favor ‘Game of Thrones,’ RuPaul, Beyonce and more
The Primetime Emmys telecast isn’t until Sunday night, September 22, but by then most of the awards will already have been handed out. The lion’s share of prizes will be presented this weekend at the Creative Arts Awards ceremonies on September 14 and 15. So who will win? Scroll down for our official racetrack odds in 24 categories. You can still make or update your own predictions here before the trophies are handed out.

Our odds are calculated by combining the predictions of over 1,000 Gold Derby users. That includes Expert journalists from top media outlets, the Editors who cover awards year-round for Gold Derby, the Top 24 Users who earned the highest scores predicting last year’s Creative Arts winners, and the All-Star Top 24 who got the highest scores when you combine the last two years’ Creative Arts results.

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How to Get Away with Murder's Season 6 Trailer Has Us Officially Worried for Connor and Laurel

Ready to get away with one last murder? The teaser trailer for How to Get Away with Murder's sixth and final season has arrived, and as always, we should expect another death to rock the world of Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) and her law students.

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Emmys slugfest: Bradley Whitford is still the drama guest actor favorite, but you ‘Better’ watch out for Michael McKean [Watch]

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Emmys slugfest: Bradley Whitford is still the drama guest actor favorite, but you ‘Better’ watch out for Michael McKean [Watch]
Bradley Whitford has been the wall-to-wall favorite to win the Best Drama Guest Actor Emmy for “The Handmaid’s Tale” ever since the series entered its three orphaned episodes from the second season. A two-time Emmy winner already, the “West Wing” alum would make history as the first person to win both drama and comedy guest actor Emmys, after prevailing for “Transparent” in 2015. And he has a lot of things working in his favor.

“I just think Bradley Whitford is so strong in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ and he’s nominated for his guest-starring role last year, but … he was basically in every episode of Season 3, which was airing while they were voting,” Gold Derby Senior Editor Marcus James Dixon said in our slugfest covering the guest races (watch above). ‘That’s really, really going to help him. And he’s playing this character that’s half villain, half hero.
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How To Get Away With Murder Has Lies to Bury in Final Season Sneak Peek

How To Get Away With Murder Has Lies to Bury in Final Season Sneak Peek
"We're gonna bury it. We're gonna bury all of it."  That's the state Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) is in heading into the final season of How to Get Away with Murder, and it's what she says in the exclusive promo above...right before a shot of a coffin at a funeral.  It's the final season of the ABC drama, which has gone five seasons with more twists than a Twizzler and couldn't possibly be planning to end without a few thousand more Wtf moments.  You can relive many of them, including "Why is your penis on a dead girl's phone?," in the promo above. This show may be ending, but we'll always have that line to remember it by.  Season...
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Emmys 2019: ‘Game of Thrones’ cast reuniting as presenters on ceremony

Emmys 2019: ‘Game of Thrones’ cast reuniting as presenters on ceremony
A full year after filming their final scenes, the “Game of Thrones” cast will be reuniting on the 2019 Emmy Awards ceremony as presenters. The Television Academy announced other presenters for the September 22 event on Wednesday, including nominees Stephen Colbert (“Late Show with Stephen Colbert”), Viola Davis (“How to Get Away with Murder”), Michael Douglas (“The Kominsky Method”), Jimmy Kimmel (“Jimmy Kimmel Live”), Seth Meyers (“Late Night with Seth Meyers”) and Billy Porter (“Pose”).

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Also revealed in the first wave of presenters are Angela Bassett (“9-1-1”), Taraji P. Henson (“Empire”), Terrence Howard (“Empire”), Peter Krause (“9-1-1-“), Naomi Watts (“The Loudest Voice”) and Zendaya (“Euphoria”). The 10 “Got” cast members on stage will be Alfie Allen, Gwendoline Christie, Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, Carice van Houten and Maisie Williams.

SEEGwendoline Christie Interview: ‘Game of Thrones

The 71st annual Emmys
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Primetime Emmys 2019: Michael Douglas, Viola Davis, Zendaya & Cast Of ‘Game Of Thrones’ Among Presenters

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Primetime Emmys 2019: Michael Douglas, Viola Davis, Zendaya & Cast Of ‘Game Of Thrones’ Among Presenters
Michael Douglas, Viola Davis, Zendaya and the cast of Game of Thrones are among the first set of presenters for this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards.

The Kominsky Method star, How to Get Away with Murder lead and Euphoria star will be joined by 9-1-1’s Angela Bassett and Peter Krause, Stephen Colbert, Empire’s Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers, Pose’s Billy Porter and The Loudest Voice’s Naomi Watts to hand out awards.

From Game of Thrones, Alfie Allen, Gwendoline Christie, Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, Carice van Houten, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Maisie Williams will present.

The 71st Emmys, produced by Don Mischer Productions and Done+Dusted, airs on Fox on Sunday, September 22.

It will be presented without a host for the fourth time in its history. Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier, speaking at TCA, said that
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Emmys: ‘Game of Thrones’ Stars, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel Among Presenters

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The Emmys are hostless this year, so the Television Academy is zeroing in on big names for its first round of presenters. Producers Don Mischer Productions and Done+Dusted have announced the initial group of talent to hand out awards at the 71st Emmy Awards on Sunday, September 22.

They include nominees Stephen Colbert (“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”), Viola Davis (“How to Get Away with Murder”), Michael Douglas (“The Kominsky Method”), Jimmy Kimmel (“Jimmy Kimmel Live”), Seth Meyers (“Late Night With Seth Meyers” and “Documentary Now”) and Billy Porter (“Pose”).

Also presenting are Angela Bassett (“9-1-1”), Taraji P. Henson (“Empire”), Terrence Howard (“Empire”), Peter Krause (“9-1-1”), Naomi Watts (“The Loudest Voice”) and Zendaya (“Euphoria”).

Set to reunite on stage is the cast of “Game of Thrones,” most of whom are also nominees: Alfie Allen, Gwendoline Christie, Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, Carice van Houten,
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Emmys slugfest 2019: Will ‘America’s mom’ Phylicia Rashad win Best Drama Guest Actress, or will Jessica Lange upset? [Watch]

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Emmys slugfest 2019: Will ‘America’s mom’ Phylicia Rashad win Best Drama Guest Actress, or will Jessica Lange upset? [Watch]
“The guest categories are so unpredictable and I feel like Phylicia just has more in her corner,” says Joyce Eng about the Emmy race for Best Drama Guest Actress. Phylicia Rashad (“This is Us”) is the front-runner to win her overdue first prize for playing Susan Kelechi Watson‘s mom in an episode of the NBC family drama. Eng debated the category with her fellow Gold Derby Editors Chris Beachum, Marcus James Dixon, Daniel Montgomery and Susan Wloszczyna, all of whom are betting on Rashad with varying degrees of certitude. Watch their discussion about all the guest-acting races above.

Rashad is the favorite according to the combined predictions of more than 1,000 Gold Derby users, so our Editors certainly aren’t alone in their forecast, but they’re all wary of Rashad’s competitors. Montgomery is pulled “in 50 different directions with this.” He thinks past Emmy winners Cherry Jones (“The Handmaid
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42 Ending or Cancelled TV Shows for the 2019-20 Season

Here's a list of TV shows that aired (or are expected to air) during the 2019-20 season (roughly September 2019 through August 2020) but won't be back for the 2020-21 season. Not finding a show that you believe has been cancelled? Check the 2017-18 season list or the 2018-19 season list. You can also check our status pages.

Most recent additions: Bastards (Apple), Glitch (Netflix), Born This Way (A&e), Ballers (HBO), Poldark (PBS), The Durrells in Corfu (PBS), The 100 (The CW), 13 Reasons Why (Netflix), Homicide Hunter: Lt Joe Kenda (Investigation Discovery), Trinkets (Netflix), Will & Grace (NBC), Marvel's Agents of Shield (ABC), How to Get Away with Murder (ABC), Unrelated (Freeform), Corporate (Comedy Central), The Good Place (NBC), Lucifer (Netflix), The Ranch (Netflix), The Spanish Princess (Starz), The Affair (Showtime), Silicon Valley (HBO), Dark (Netflix), You Me Her (Audience), Madam Secretary (CBS), Empire (Fox), Blindspot (NBC),
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