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Emmys 2019: Original Videos
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"Fleabag" had a huge night at the Emmys, winning four awards including Outstanding Comedy Series. Creator and star Phoebe Waller-Bridge, co-star Andrew Scott, director Harry Bradbeer, and more shared their feelings on the big night and the power of love.
After winning an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, Jodie Comer celebrates being in the same category as "Killing Eve" co-star and fellow Emmy nominee, Sandra Oh.
Who would Alex Borstein like to see guest star on "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"? What's RuPaul's guilty-pleasure TV show? Stars at the 2019 Emmys answer these questions and more during TV's biggest night of the year.
British actress Jodie Comer returns as sociopathic assassin Villanelle in the second season of "Killing Eve". With characters ranging from "innocent teenager" to "ruthless killer", "No Small Parts" takes a look at her rise to fame.
Stars on the purple carpet at the 2019 Emmys decide which characters from their favorite TV shows would be great superheroes (or supervillains), reveal which superpower they'd most like to have in real life, and share the best advice they have received from another actor.
What's the secret sauce in the chemistry between Fleabag and Hot Priest? Emmy nominee Andrew Scott talks about why he and Phoebe Waller-Bridge sizzle together on screen.
"Pose" star Billy Porter talks about the experience of winning an Emmy and how the award is a perfect birthday gift.
Jason Bateman reflects on winning an Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for "Ozark" and how he was inspired by his father, director Kent Bateman.
Michelle Williams reveals the challenges she faced in developing her Emmy-winning performance in "Fosse/Verdon" and the significance of equal pay in Hollywood.
Is he teasing or not? Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth) reveals that Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark) might be behind the Starbucks cup goof that generated so many headlines during the last season of "Game of Thrones."
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" stars Tony Shalhoub and Alex Borstein discuss their wins, their characters' similarities, and what's changed in the 13 years since Tony last won an Emmy.
"Chernobyl" co-stars Jared Harris and Stellan Skarsgård, along with writer Craig Mazin and series director Johan Renck, talk about how their Emmy wins are a celebration of their entire cast and crew.
Emmy winner Julia Garner decides what Ruth Langmore, the character she plays on "Ozark," would do with Julia's award if it came into her possession.
"Dreams come true" for "Pose" star Billy Porter as the first openly gay person of color to be nominated for Lead Actor in a Drama Series. He reveals how the show finds its "authenticity."
Jharrel Jerome, who won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, talks about shooting particularly difficult scenes, and what it was like to compete in a category that included Benicio Del Toro and other Oscar winners.
RuPaul talks about the great dynamic behind making his award-winning show and personally bringing Carson Kressley and Ross Mathews into the production.
"Succession" creator Jesse Armstrong reacts to winning his first Emmy, the slow-burn popularity of the show, and the family dynamic the production creates both on screen and off.
The star of "A Very English Scandal" shares what it means to make an impact with audiences in the United States.
Patricia Arquette walks down memory to relive what it was like to win for the first season of "Medium." She goes on to share her feelings on her two 2019 nominations (she won for "The Act") and why limited series are proving so popular with audiences.
Executive Producer Annabel Jones, writer Charlie Brooker, and producer Russell McLean don’t know why "Black Mirror" keeps winning Emmys, but they’d be happy for you to tell them. The winners also discuss the joy of the first interactive feature win for Outstanding Television Movie.
He plays an acting coach on "Barry," but Henry Winkler has learned a few things from working with co-star Bill Hader.
Christina Applegate reveals how writer/creator Liz Feldman and executive producer Jessica Elbaum inspired her to sign on to "Dead to Me" through mutual respect and an offer to play a "tragic widow."
Sarah Snook talks about the joy of seeing the work the writers and her co-stars do on "Succession" and where she might like to see her character go in Season 3.
John Oliver, who earned a pair of 2019 Emmys, talks about what it's like to compete against people and programs that you really like.
Emmy nominee Tony Hale shares how he feels about "Veep" coming to an end, the camaraderie amongst the cast members, and how they continue to keep in touch with one another.
Anthony Carrigan ("Barry") got some sage words of wisdom from Sterling K. Brown ("This Is Us"). Learn what one star passed along to another.
Brett Gelman, who plays Martin on "Fleabag," acknowledges how creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge has moved TV forward and opened up possibilities for women creators.
Emmy nominee Milo Ventimiglia talks about why he loves to watch "Fleabag" and what he's learned from the miniseries "Chernobyl."
Longtime "Saturday Night Live" director Don Roy King confirms that no matter how many times you win an Emmy, it never gets old.
Catch up on all the biggest news and winners from the 2019 Emmy Awards with the entire live-streaming after-show, hosted by Dave Karger.
Take a look back at the most memorable moments ever to grace the Emmys, including the shortest acceptance speech in Emmys history!
Multifaceted Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård, known for his performances in the 'Pirates' franchise, the MCU films, as well as his frequent collaboration with writer/director Lars von Trier, has been nominated for an Emmy for his performance as conflicted Soviet politician Boris Shcherbina in the HBO miniseries "Chernobyl." What other roles has he played over the years?
"Saturday Night Live" creates stars faster than you can say, "Live from New York!" But here are 30 big names the sketch show passed on.
Get ready for the 2019 Emmy Awards! Will "Game of Thrones" take home Best Drama Series for the fourth time? Can Julia Louis-Dreyfus secure her place in the history books once again? Who is or isn't hosting the ceremony? Here's everything you need to know leading up to TV's biggest night.
Veteran actress and Second City alumnus Catherine O'Hara is a comedic legend known for her performances in 'Beetlejuice', 'Home Alone', 'A Mighty Wind', and she's garnered yet another Emmy nomination for her performance as Moira Rose in "Schitt's Creek". "No Small Parts" takes a look at her career.
Just as Daenerys Targaryen has earned every one of the 32 words in her title, Emilia Clarke has paid her dues in Hollywood, auditioning and competing for roles on her way to stardom. She wasn't even the original Mother of Dragons. Let's look at the parts she nearly landed.
"No Small Parts" takes a look back at Kit Harington's career before and during his run as Jon Snow on the HBO series "Game of Thrones."
Veteran character actor Jared Harris stars in the HBO historical drama mini-series "Chernobyl." What other roles has he played?
Actress Sandra Oh, perhaps best known for playing Cristina Yang on "Grey's Anatomy," is nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in the dramatic series "Killing Eve." "No Small Parts" takes a look at her vast career of supporting characters.
Actress Rachel Brosnahan is known for her performances in "House of Cards" and "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," for which she's won a Primetime Emmy. "No Small Parts" takes a look at her eclectic acting career.
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" is back, with some new additions to the cast. Here's what we know about the third season of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" ... so far.
Mahershala Ali is perhaps best known for his performances in "House of Cards", 'Moonlight', and has been nominated for his second Oscar for 'Green Book'. "No Small Parts" takes a look at his career in playing subtle, supporting characters in film and television.
On this IMDbrief, we'll split atoms of fact from fiction in the stunning HBO miniseries, "Chernobyl."
When you play "Game of Thrones," you win or you die. For actors, you are cast or you miss out on the biggest show on TV. Here are a couple of actors who didn't land the role.
On this IMDbrief, presented by Progressive, we'll unpack the epic tear-fest of a finale, "The Iron Throne," and figure out where we go from here.
Aspiring detectives and true crime fans, unite! On this IMDbrief, we break down why "The Act" is the new docudrama that should be the con you can't wait to turn on.
Everyone's talking about "Russian Doll"- is it a rip-off? An homage? Or is 'Groundhog Day' more than a movie, has it become a genre?
The stars of "Better Call Saul" do everything they can to live in the moment of the series.
The former "Dawson's Creek" and "Fringe" star takes on the heart-wrenching story of the Central Park jogger case with help from Emmy-winning director Ava DuVernay.
Emmy winner Bill Hader, star of "Barry," talks about the indescribable experience of being nominated and thinking about a project so much that it becomes annoying.