Television Academy Throwback: Joey Soloway
Television Academy Throwback: Dan Bucatinsky
Actor Dan Bucatinsky was a panelist in the 2013 event, 10 Years After "The Prime Time Closet - A History of Gays and Lesbians on TV." He reflected on TV's growing acceptance of the LGBTQ community and playing an openly gay character on Scandal.
Television Academy Throwback: Steven Yeun
At the event "An Evening with The Walking Dead" in 2013, Actor Steven Yeun spoke about the support he felt on set from the cast and crew. Watch how Yeun marked his time on the show as a turning point in his acting career.
Television Academy Throwback: Temple Grandin
In 2010, Temple Grandin won the Emmy for Outstanding Made for Television Movie. Executive Producer Emily Gerson Saines accepts the award alongside Mary Temple Grandin. Watch the acceptance speech when they celebrated this win for Autism awareness.
Television Academy Throwback: Merritt Wever
Actress Merritt Wever won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Nurse Jackie in 2013. Wever was thankful, yet shocked and was at a loss for words.
Television Academy Throwback: Shohreh Aghdashloo
In 2009, Shohreh Aghdashloo became the first Iranian-American woman to receive an Emmy Award when she won for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for House Of Saddam.
Television Academy Throwback: Holland Taylor
In 1999, Holland Taylor won her first Emmy for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for "The Practice."
Television Academy Throwback: S.Epatha Merkerson
HBO's Lackawanna Blues first premiered in January 2005 and earned seven Emmy nominations. The television movie took home two wins, including actress S. Epatha Merkerson for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie!
Television Academy Throwback: Late Show with David Letterman
Today, February 1, marks the 40th anniversary of The Late Show, originally hosted by David Letterman. Check out his acceptance speech from 1994 for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series.
Television Academy Throwback: Bryan Cranston
Bryan Cranston's Emmy acceptance speech for his role as Breaking Bad's Walter White at the 62nd Emmys in 2010.
Television Academy Throwback: Sex and the City
A clip from our Manhattan event in 2004 Behind the Scenes with Sex and the City.