Television Academy Throwback: Donald Glover

In 2017, Donald Glover won for both Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Director for a Comedy Series for Atlanta. He was the first Black actor to win the Director category.

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76th Emmy Nominations: Lead Actor In A Drama Series
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The nominees for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series are Idris Elba, Donald Glover, Walton Goggins, Gary Oldman, Hiroyuki Sanada, Dominic West.

July 17, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Zendaya
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In 2022, Zendaya took home her second win for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role in Euphoria, becoming the youngest and first Black actress to win in this category twice!

July 2, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Alex Blue Davis
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Actor Alex Blue Davis discusses how his role of Dr. Casey Parker in Grey's Anatomy has helped make space for transgender characters to be more well-rounded, as their defining trait isn't being transgender, it's only one part of their character.

June 18, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Queer Eye
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The team behind Queer Eye wins in the Outstanding Structured Reality Program category at the 73rd Creative Arts Emmy Awards and celebrates the show's 18th anniversary.

June 4, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Lee Jung-jae
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At the 74th Emmys, Lee Jung-jae wins Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series for Squid Game, making him the first Korean actor to win in this category.

May 21, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Darren Criss
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At the 70th Emmy Awards, Darren Criss became the first Filipino American performer to win an Emmy for his performance in The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story in the Outstanding Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series category.

May 7, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Ashley Park and Ruben Garcia
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During the 2021 The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters panel, Ruben Garcia, Foundation Executive and Co-Head of Cultural Business Strategy at CAA, and actress Ashley Park explain the difference between representation and visibility and what it means to them.

April 9, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Julia Louis-Dreyfus
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In 2017, Julia Louis-Dreyfus broke the Emmy record for most awards won for a single role for her portrayal of Selina Meyer in Veep, totaling six Emmy wins for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.

March 26, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Mishel Prada
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During the 2018 Power of TV: Latinx Inclusion panel, Vida actress Mishel Prada emphasized the importance of portraying a strong, Latinx woman, even if she doesn’t have it all figured out. 

March 12, 2024
Television Academy Throwback: Viola Davis
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At the 67th Emmy Awards, Viola Davis and Taraji P. Henson became the first two Black actresses to be nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Taking home the win for her role in How to Get Away with Murder, Viola Davis passionately advocated for more representation in her speech: "The only thing that separates women of color from anyone else is opportunity."

February 27, 2024
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