Television Academy Throwback: Alan Alda
We are taking a little getting active inspiration from Alan Alda as he nails a cartwheel before his acceptance speech of his Emmy win for M*A*S*H.
Television Academy Throwback: Ted Danson
At the 42nd Emmy Awards, Ted Danson wins in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series — memorably presented by the Simpsons — after being nominated 7 years straight for his portrayal of Sam Malone in Cheers.
Television Academy Throwback: Kenan Thompson
To open the 74th Emmy Awards, Kenan Thompson performed a number inspired by several Emmy-winning series' theme songs.
Television Academy Throwback: Rita Moreno
Rita Moreno wins the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress for a Single Appearance in a Drama or Comedy Series for her role in The Rockford Files.
Television Academy Throwback: Hector Elizondo
Hector Elizondo wins the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Dr. Phillip Watters in Chicago Hope at the 49th Emmy Awards. This was Elizondo's first win and fourth nomination.
Television Academy Throwback: Jimmy Kimmel
Jimmy Kimmel, the host of the 68th Emmy Awards, asks some of his friends to help him open the show, including James Corden, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, the cast of Modern Family, and more.
Television Academy Throwback: Whose Dance Is It Anyway
Choreographer Mandy Moore hosted an evening of dance celebrating the Television Academy's Choreography Peer Group in 2017.
Television Academy Throwback: Tony Bennett
On May 22 2007, The Television Academy premiered the television special Target Presents Tony Bennett: An American Classic at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in Beverly Hills. The event was hosted by Megan Mullally and featured a performance by Bennett.
Television Academy Throwback: Neil Patrick Harris
At the 65th Emmy Awards, Neil Patrick Harris, joined by Sarah Silverman and Nathan Fillion, performed a musical number halfway through the show.
Television Academy Throwback: Billy Porter
Billy Porter wins his first Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for the series, Pose. Porter also became the first openly gay black man to be nominated for an Emmy and win in a lead acting category.
Television Academy Throwback: RuPaul's Drag Race
RuPaul Charles of RuPaul's Drag Race takes home the award for Outstanding Reality Competition Program at the 70th Emmys. RuPaul's Drag Race has won a total of twenty-seven Primetime Emmy awards!