2016 has been a year fraught with death, sadness, and insanity, even if we’re just talking about what we saw on TV. Through it all, the laughter has never died. As proof, here are a whole bunch of TV moments that made us laugh this year.
This is not a list of the funniest things that happened on TV in 2016, since that would be really difficult and polarizing to compile. This is just a list of things that made us laugh really hard in 2016, and hopefully it will bring you as much joy as it brings … read more

The good news? Marshawn Lynch is coming to Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The bad news? The former Seattle Seahawks running back is the squad’s only witness in a mass convict escape—and he isn’t a very good one.
“Let’s just say I talk too much,” Lynch teases in this first look at the special one-hour fall finale of the Fox comedy, exclusive to E! News. He’s not kidding. In the clip, he prattles on to an increasingly befuddled Capt. Holt (Andre Braugher) and Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) about Santa Claus, sleeping … read more

With awards season just around the corner, the television nominations for 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards have been announced.
For the 22nd annual ceremony, HBO leads with a whopping 22 nods, while ABC and Netflix trails with 15 nominations each. However, FX’s The People v. O.J. Simpson is the show with the most nods, garnering six nominations including Best Movie Made for Television or Limited Series, Best Actress in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series for Sarah Paulson, and Best Actor … read more

Talk about must-see TV!
The 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards announced which actors and programs received nominations in the television categories Monday. FX’s The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story leads the pack with six nominations, followed by HBO’s Game of Thrones, AMC’s The Night Manager and Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt with five nominations each. The TV awards will be handed out in Santa Monica, Calif., on Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. during a live A&E broadcast.
The Critics’ Choice … read more

We’re just a week away from the biggest crossover event of the season, and to say we’re stoked is an understatement. New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine are about to collide, and as the promo above shows, it’s bound to be a good time. According to the episodes’ official descriptions, Jess (Zooey Deschanel) finds herself in New York, and runs into one detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg). He enlists her help in tracking down a suspect in a new case. In the second half our of the hour-long crossover, … read more

Well, the dust has settled on the 2016 Emmy Awards. We laughed, we cried, some of us ate peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Matt Damon was there. But in between all the wacky hijinks, there was some history being made. Let’s take a look at what longstanding records got overturned last night, and just how much it’s going to take to overturn them again. Julia Louis-Dreyfus takes Veep into the history books Julia Louis-Dreyfus broke down as she revealed her father died on Friday during her Emmys acceptance … read more

Oh what a night in TV we just had!
Although we have to admit there were probably a few people who had a better night than us — that would be the BIG WINNERS at the 2016 Emmy Awards!
If you didn’t see who snagged a trophy or you just want to enjoy the moments over and over again, check out the complete winners list (below)!
Outstanding Drama Series
The Americans
Better Call Saul
Downton Abbey
**Game of Thrones – WINNER
Homeland
House of Cards
Mr. Robot
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series
Kyle … read more

The 2016 Emmy Awards are here! Just in case you can’t catch every moment of the marathon show, we will be updating the official winners list throughout the evening by bolding the category winner in the list below.
Keep refreshing throughout the broadcast or check back in the morning so that you can blow away your co-workers with your impressive knowledge of 2016 Emmys trivia.
The nominees and winners:
Best Drama Series
The Americans (FX)
Game of Thrones (HBO)
House of Cards (Netflix)
Downton Abbey … read more

And the first Emmy award of the night goes to…Louie Anderson!
Anderson is taking home the award for best supporting actor in a comedy series for his role in FX’s Baskets as the mother of Zach Galifianakis. Naturally, he started out with a literal shoutout to his own mother. “Mom, we did it!” Anderson shouted after taking the stage to accept his award from Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross. “I have not always been a very good man but I play one hell of a woman. This is for my mom, Orazella … read more

Congratulations are in order for Louie Anderson! The star took home the 2016 Emmy Award for outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series for his work on the Zach Galifianakis–starring, Louis C.K.–executive-produced FX show Baskets Sunday. This is Anderson’s first Emmy nomination and first win. Black-ish stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson presented this year’s award. • Check out PEOPLE’s full 2016 Emmy Awards coverage and complete winners list!
“Mom, we did it! I haven’t been a very … read more

Game of Thrones is already the most-awarded drama series in Emmys history, and tonight, HBO’s sprawling fantasy epic has the chance to take home even more gold at the 2016 Emmy Awards. Will first-time Emmy nominee Kit Harington prove he at least knows how to look pretty and win an Emmy for his work in Season 6’s most thrilling hour, “Battle of the Bastards?” Will Lena Headey, first of her name and queen of our hearts, finally get the Emmy she deserves as everyone’s favorite steely-gazed wino, Cersei … read more

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Tituss Burgess has so many talents we can barely keep track.
Earlier this year, we saw him own the stage as Sebastian the crab in the Hollywood Bowl production of The Little Mermaid, and tonight, we learned that the Emmy-nominated actor has another secret ability. “I can finish an entire bottle of wine by myself,” Burgess revealed to E!’s Jason Kennedy on the red carpet at the 2016 Emmys. And when Kennedy pressed to find out what Burgess would do if he ran into Beyoncé, … read more

The nominations for the 2016 Emmy Awards were announced by Gilmore Girls’ Lauren Graham and black-ish’s Anthony Anderson on Thursday (July 14, 2016).
Joined by Bruce Rosenblum, the chairman and CEO of the Television Academy, Graham and Anderson presented this year’s roster of nominees from the Wolf Theater in North Hollywood. Jimmy Kimmel will host this year’s show for the second time after his inaugural gig in 2012.
“I am excited to be hosting the Emmys again,” said Kimmel in a statement. … read more

Once again, TV has proved that it’s the place to be for some of the most compelling drama, the sharpest comedy and the most original, diverse group of characters.
And it’s also becoming the place for fairness.
The nominations for the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards were announced this morning and, for the first time ever, all the lead acting categories include at least one actor of color. Twitter didn’t erupt in #EmmysSoDiverse applause or anything like that, and it’s still years too late to start handing … read more

Game of Thrones, The Americans, and The People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story are among the top nominees for the 2016 Emmy Awards.
Hit fantasy drama Game of Thrones will be the ones to beat with a total of 23 nods, just ahead of the TV adaptation of the O.J. Simpson murder trial, which is up for 22 awards.
The coveted Outstanding Drama Series prize will a fight between last year’s (15) winner Game of Thrones, The Americans, Homeland, House of Cards, Mr. Robot, Better Call Saul, and Downton … read more