City has made an impression on several “Lego Ninjago Movie” actors, including Kumail Nanjiani, Zach Woods and Jackie Chan.
Actress is honored for co-writing a “Master of None” episode based on her own coming-out to her family.
The double nominee was honored for her work on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” as Aunt Lydia, a teacher in the series’ dystopian world.
Trump is a favorite topic for winners and host Stephen Colbert.
For the Chicago hip-hop star, not everything is better on TV.
The late Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert once said no movie can be altogether bad if it includes Stanton in a supporting role,
“She wants to do stories with impact,” says the executive producer of the long-running CBS newsmagazine.
Now a Broadway star, former Chicagoan is up for TV’s top prize for playing Joan Crawford’s housekeeper Mamacita on “Feud.”
The comedian, who returns to the area this weekend for a stand-up show, reveals Second City benefit included a ‘Superfans’ bit and surprise guests.
Other film roles included “Wise Guys,” “Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing,” “Chicago Overcoat” and the animated featured “Shark Tale.”
“Rebel in the Rye” director was “quite moved” learning about the author’s early career.
The host of Sunday’s ceremony, a former Chicagoan, calls the familiar jingle “our Emmys red carpet rollout national anthem.”
The Illinois Department of Public Health is airing the spots on more than 200 radio and TV stations.
For his latest, on the Vietnam War, documentary director and his producer “turned everything we knew upside down.”
Series star Julia Louis-Dreyfus won five consecutive Emmy Awards for her portrayal of Selina Meyer, a self-absorbed politician and failed president.