Making the Case

Clarence makes the case for HBO's fantasy epic 'Game of Thrones' to win Outstanding Drama Series at the 2015 Emmy awards.

'Transparent' catapulted Amazon Prime into the quality television arena with its seriocomic approach to the life of a newly transgendered woman. Can it translate that success into an Emmy win?

Netflix's 'House of Cards' always felt like an Emmy winner out of the gate. Yet, the ultimate trophy continues to elude it. Will this year be any different?

Netflix's 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' didn't receive as many Emmy nominations as it should have. All the more reason to award it the big comedy prize.

Season Two of Netflix's 'Orange is the New Black' deserves to win the Emmy for Drama Series - despite a woefully small number of nominations - because it produced a surprisingly complex, diverse, and heart-wrenching dramatic season.

'Parks and Recreation' had a great run thanks to a brilliant, family-like cast and lead Amy Poehler's infectious enthusiasm. Now, it's time for the Emmys to reward it for being the nice kid on the television block.

'Better Call Saul' carries the tradition of Breaking Bad in a new direction - one that warrants serious Emmy consideration for Outstanding Drama Series.

HBO's 'Silicon Valley' is a looser, more laid-back variation of the workplace sitcom, and it shouldn't be any other way. It deserves Emmy recognition as much as any of the other more classically structured series against which it competes because ...

Megan offers AMC's 'Mad Men' as the most iconic and most worthy recipient of the Outstanding Drama Series Emmy for its final season.

HBO's smart and complex political comedy Veep enters its fourth season with Selina Meyer taking the Oval Office and surrounded by her classically bumbling staffers. Showing no signs of aging, Veep sharpens its satirical knife using plot lines ripped from ...

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