2016 Emmy Nominee

On this week's podcast, the Cooler gang considers the overall legacy of current Emmy force Ryan Murphy, whose 2015-16 product amassed 29 Emmy nominations.

Actress Molly Parker received her first Emmy nomination for 'House of Cards' this year. ADTV talks to her about the experience and about embodying a woman in political power.

Melora Hardin talks about her first Emmy nomination for Amazon's 'Transparent' and the importance of the critically acclaimed series.

Jazz Tangcay makes the case for HBO's 'All the Way' to win the Outstanding TV Movie Emmy. Of course, she has a little help from writer Robert Schenkkan.

Accomplished stage and screen actor Reg E. Cathey talks about his career trajectory, race in America, and the joy of working on Netflix's 'House of Cards.'

Mark Worthington, Emmy nominee for the inspired 'American Horror Story: Hotel' production design, talks about the hidden secrets of the Hotel Cortez.

Lou Diamond Phillips talks about his unexpected Emmy nomination for the comedy 'Crossroads of History' and the benefits of moving 'Longmire' to Netflix.

Crescenzo Notarile, first-time Emmy nominee for Fox's 'Gotham,' talks about his unique cinematography on the critically acclaimed Batman prequel.

Philip Silvera talks to AwardsDaily TV about his brilliant and Emmy-nominated stunt coordination for Netflix's 'Daredevil.'

Emmy-nominated director Beth McCarthy-Miller talks about capturing the powerhouse that is Adele in 'Adele: Live in New York.'

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