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          Norman Lear Breaks an Emmy Record, Becomes the Oldest Winner Ever

          • The Wrap
          Norman Lear Breaks an Emmy Record, Becomes the Oldest Winner Ever
          Norman Lear was already one of the most-honored people in television history, but now he has another distinction to add to his long career: At 97 years and 49 days, he’s the oldest person ever to win an Emmy Award.

          Asked about the achievement, he said backstage at the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday: “I don’t think about it a lot,” and quipped, “I like waking up in the morning.”

          Lear set the record on Saturday as one of the producers of “Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s ‘All in the Family’ and ‘The Jeffersons.'” The ABC program, which included live peformances of episodes from two of Lear’s seminal 1970s comedies, won in the Outstanding Variety Special (Live) category.

          Also Read: Creative Arts Emmy Emmys, Day 1: Complete List of Winners (Updating Live)

          Jimmy Kimmel, who produced the show with Lear, was asked what
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          Creative Arts Emmys: ‘Free Solo,’ ‘Queer Eye’ Among Big Winners on Night 1 (Full List)

          Creative Arts Emmys: ‘Free Solo,’ ‘Queer Eye’ Among Big Winners on Night 1 (Full List)
          “Free Solo,” “Queer Eye,” “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and “Saturday Night Live” were among the big winners Saturday after the first night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

          Free Solo,” the National Geographic feature documentary that already claimed the Oscar earlier this year, lead the field on the night largely devoted to unscripted programming with seven big wins. On Sunday, the remaining Creative Arts Emmys will be handed out for shows largely in the scripted genre.

          RuPaul earned his fourth consecutive trophy as reality host for his work out front on VH1’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race.
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          Bradley Whitford Wins 2019 Guest Drama Actor Emmy

          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.
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          The Masked Singer Offers First Clues to Season 2 Identities: Got a Guess?

          The Masked Singer‘s second season hasn’t even officially gotten underway yet, but that won’t stop us from gathering intel and forming wildly early, only vaguely informed guesses about the soloists in the suits!

          To that end, we watched Sunday’s pre-season special in order to glean as much intel as possible about the current crop of 16 costumed crooners. The 15 Season 2 contestants highlighted during the special included Egg, Eagle, Ice Cream, Leopard, Tree, Flamingo, Skeleton, Fox, Thingamajig, Penguin and Butterfly — the final one will be revealed as part of Fox’s Emmy coverage on Sunday, Sept. 22.

          More from
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          TV Review: ‘Transparent’ Series Finale

          Amazon’s “Transparent” will have a chapter, or a section of one, in some to-be-written history of television, in part thanks to how brazen and how daring its ideas were for its moment. Some of those were ideas that came to seem simply logical in retrospect: The show was a pathbreaker for trans representation onscreen, casting trans performers to play characters whose journeys they shared. This came years before FX’s more polished “Pose,” and represents a meaningful step forward; it’s “Transparent’s” legacy, and a good one.

          Others of the show’s choices — its assertiveness in moving its characters in radical new decisions,
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          Power Recap: Ghost, Haunted

          Power Recap: Ghost, Haunted
          You didn’t think Power was going to go an entire season without giving Lela Loren more to do than lie on a morgue slab, did you?

          In this week’s episode, Loren’s Angela reappears for the first time since her surprising death in the season premiere. No, she’s not suddenly ejected from Witness Protection or anything like that. (I know some of you were still hoping, and I can’t blame you for it.) Instead, the dearly departed Ausa Valdes shows up as a manifestation of Ghost’s really, really guilty conscience and gets him to begrudgingly
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          Jane Lynch Wins 2019 Guest Comedy Actress Emmy

          Jane Lynch Wins 2019 Guest Comedy Actress Emmy
          Jane Lynch has been crowned the winner of the 2019 guest comedy actress Emmy for her role of comic Sophie Lennon on Amazon Prime Video’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

          This was Lynch’s second consecutive nomination for the role but first win. However, it is her fifth Emmy overall, after winning a short form statue in 2017, as well as reality host trophies for “Hollywood Game Night” in 2014 and 2015, and a supporting comedy actress statue for “Glee” in 2010.

          This year, Lynch was nominated alongside a duo of “Saturday Night Live” hosts in Sandra Oh and Emma Thompson, a duo of “Fleabag
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          ‘State of the Union’ Wasn’t Even Nominated at First, But Wins Short-Form Series Emmy

          ‘State of the Union’ Wasn’t Even Nominated at First, But Wins Short-Form Series Emmy
          “State of the Union” was initially snubbed for an Emmy nomination as outstanding short-form comedy or drama series — but it wound up winning the award itself on Sunday night.

          The SundanceTV short, which starred Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd as a couple meeting in a pub before couples counseling — and discussing their troubled marriage — ran for ten, 10-minute episodes in May. The short aired both on SundanceTV as a week-long 10 p.m. strip, and also on SundanceTV.com and the SundanceTV app.

          Not only did “State of the Union” win in the key short-form series category, but Pike won
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          Creative Arts Emmys Night 2: Mrs. Maisel, Game of Thrones, Chernobyl Among Early Winners (List Updated Live)

          The Creative Arts Emmys handed out 48 awards on Saturday night… but that was only the halfway point.

          The festivities continued on Sunday, as the Television Academy celebrated creative and technical achievements in television from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. (For a full list of Night 1 winners, click here.)

          More from TVLineEmmys 2019: RuPaul's Drag Race, SNL, Queer Eye, Rent Among Early WinnersEmmys Binge Guide: 14 Nominees You Can Catch Up on Before the Big NightEmmys to Go Host-Less This Year

          Fxx will air the full ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 8/7c. Scroll down for a complete list of Night 2 winners,
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          Creative Arts Emmy Awards: Winners List (Updating Live)

          The second half of the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards are being presented this evening at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Variety will update the winners list live as the trophies are handed out.

          Single-camera picture editing for a limited series or movie

          Chernobyl ? Please Remain Calm ? HBO ? HBO Miniseries and Sky in association with Word Games, The Mighty Mint and Sister Pictures Simon Smith, Editor

          Fantasy/sci-fi costumes

          Game Of Thrones ? The Bells ? HBO ? HBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television/Startling Television Michele Clapton, Costume Designer Emma O’Loughlin, Assistant Costume Designer Kate O’Farrell, Costume
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          ‘Country Music’: From Johnny Cash to Racism, Ken Burns’ New Docuseries Rubs Between Fact and Lore

          ‘Country Music’: From Johnny Cash to Racism, Ken Burns’ New Docuseries Rubs Between Fact and Lore
          Musician Rosanne Cash is used to speaking about her father Johnny Cash. After all, she’s been living in his shadow her entire life and even wrote a memoir in 2010 that in part examines her rocky relationship with him. But for Ken Burns’ new miniseries “Country Music” – which details the creation of modern country music – she was unprepared for the emotional journey that revisiting the past would bring.

          “Well, some places they went were painful like, ‘What did you sing at your dad’s deathbed?'” Rosanne Cash told IndieWire. “I think that was the first time I told that.”

          Country Music,” delves into these details – not to mine personal tragedy – but to highlight the often complex and tumultuous lives that these legends in the industry led. So much heartache, loneliness, and yes, drama, made headlines and yet simultaneously fueled art.

          Straight From the Musician’s Mouth

          There’s an additional storytelling benefit,
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          The Ranch Finale: Who Pulled the Trigger? Here Are 7 Possibilities

          The Ranch Part 7 ends with a literal bang, as Netflix’s (other) no-good Nick meets his maker… or so it seems.

          In Episode 10, Abby heads over to tell the Bennett family that Nick’s back in town. A seething Beau — who warned Rooster’s tormenter what he’d do to him if he ever stepped foot in Garrison again — heads for his gun cabinet and pulls out a small-arm. He’s determined to take justice into his own hands.

          More from TVLineNo Good Nick Cancelled at NetflixQuotes of the Week: Titans, The Ranch, BH90210, Four Weddings and More13 Reasons Why
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          Hasan Minhaj on ‘Winnable’ Student Loan Issue, 2020 Presidential Candidates

          Hasan Minhaj on ‘Winnable’ Student Loan Issue, 2020 Presidential Candidates
          Fresh off testifying at the first-ever Us House Committee on Financial Services hearing on the student loan crisis, Hasan Minhaj used his platform at the Tribeca TV Festival on Sunday to continue the discussion around the issue that he says affects 44 million people in America.

          “This is a huge problem,” the comedian and host of “Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj” said. “Our generation was told you got to go to college. College is not a debatable thing. So we did this thing out of self-betterment. And now people with student loan debt are treated like deadbeats.”

          Minhaj, who had been
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          ABC Announces Behind-the-Scenes Special for Beyoncé’s ‘Lion King’ LP

          ABC has announced a new behind-the-scenes look into the making of Beyoncé’s “The Lion King: The Gift” LP, which is set to air September 16 on ABC at 10 p.m. Est.

          Titled “Beyoncé Presents: Making the Gift,” the new hour-long special will allow viewers to “experience the process” behind the “Lion King” companion album, according to a new teaser released by ABC.

          The teaser also depicts a number of clips from the recording studio intermixed with choreography shots and scenes from the Disney film itself. Another teaser from the special will air early Monday morning on Good Morning America.

          ABeyC activated.
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          Dancing With the Stars: Who Will Win Season 28? We've Set the Odds!

          Dancing With the Stars: Who Will Win Season 28? We've Set the Odds!
          Bobby Bones has had sole custody of the Mirrorball trophy for nearly a year — but it’s time for another Dancing With the Stars contestant to take it from him.

          The question is: Who?

          More from TVLineDancing With the Stars: Sean Spicer Responds to Casting Backlash, Hopes for 'Politics-Free Zone' in Season 28The TVLine-Up: What's New, Returning and Leaving the Week of Sept. 15Ratings: Reef Break Steady in Demo, Up in Audience With Friday Finale

          ABC’s long-running competition series returns for Season 28 on Monday (8/7c), with a crop of 12 contenders that includes Bachelorette Hannah Brown, Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek and,
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          Ken Burns on ‘Country Music’ and Why Merle, Hank, Dwight, Loretta and Lil Nas X Matter

          Ken Burns on ‘Country Music’ and Why Merle, Hank, Dwight, Loretta and Lil Nas X Matter
          The phrase “the Ken Burns effect” is specifically the name of a function on Apple computers that makes all your static old family photos move around on screen like something out of “The Civil War.” But there’s another Ken Burns effect worth talking about as his “Country Music” comes to TV screens: the impact one of his documentary mini-series can have on an entire major musical genre. As heavily debated as the inclusions and exclusions of “Jazz” might have been in 2001, few would argue that the art form isn’t still enjoying some kind of afterglow from that massively seen series.
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          Why the Television Academy Plans to Donate Furnishings From the 71st Emmys Governors Ball

          The Emmys’ official after party is set to impress — and to leave a permanent impression.

          At the annual press preview of the 71st Emmys Governors Ball, the Television Academy announced a partnership with Living Spaces, Habitat for Humanity and the Hollywood Community Housing Project that will provide more than 80 custom sofas, chairs and other furnishings to the local community — leaving a permanent footprint despite the event only lasting a few hours.

          “I really feel that there is just no more powerful medium than television to change people’s minds, to really change their perspective, to get a message across. And
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          No Good Nick Cancelled at Netflix

          Netflix has no good news for fans of No Good Nick: The Melissa Joan Hart dramedy has been cancelled after one season, TVLine has confirmed.

          No Good Nick followed 13-year-old Nicole aka Nick, who infiltrated a family with the intention to get revenge on them for unknowingly ruining her life. But as she got to know the family, she found compassion for them and struggled with whether or not she could bring her plan to fruition.

          More from TVLineThe Ranch Part 7 Goes Out With a Bang! Plus, Is There Hope for Colt and Abby?Streaming TV Renewal Scorecard: What's Returning?
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          ‘No Good Nick’ Canceled After One Season at Netflix

          ‘No Good Nick’ Canceled After One Season at Netflix
          No Good Nick” has been canceled at Netflix after only a single season, which was split into two parts, Variety has confirmed.

          Created and executive produced by David H. Steinberg and Keetgi Kogan, the multi-camera comedy starred Melissa Joan Hart and Sean Astin as Liz and Ed, a hyper-competitive career mom and lovable but dorky “fun dad,” respectively, who unwittingly welcome 13-year-old Nick — short for Nicole (Siena Agudong) — into their family of four before realizing she is a street-smart con artist with a secret agenda.

          Nick has infiltrated the family with the intention to get revenge on them for unknowingly ruining her life.
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          American Horror Story Season 9: Everything to Know Ahead of 1984

          American Horror Story Season 9: Everything to Know Ahead of 1984
          Fall may not officially be upon us yet, but with a new season of American Horror Story just days away, there’s definitely a chill in the air.

          The FX anthology series returns for its ninth outing on Wednesday (10/9c), spinning a fresh tale of terror with new locales, new characters and new victims. (Of course, this being Ahs, those last two are bound to overlap.)

          More from TVLineThe TVLine-Up: What's New, Returning and Leaving the Week of Sept. 15Ahs: 1984: Watch Season 9's Totally Gnarly Opening Title SequenceUzo Aduba to Join Fargo Season 4

          And because it’s always safest
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