Television Academy Throwback: Seinfeld
Television Academy Throwback: The Walking Dead
With its season finale airing last week and new bonus episodes on the way, we take a look back at a rare and insightful conversation at the Television Academy with The Walking Dead cast and crew in 2013. The program's producers shared show secrets, what inspired them and experiences with fans.
Television Academy Throwback: Jackee Harry
Watch as Jackée Harry wins her first Emmy for her role as Sandra Clark in the Emmy-nominated sitcom 227 at the 39th Primetime Emmy Awards in 1987.
Television Academy Throwback: Patricia Wettig
Patricia Wettig wins the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress for her performance in Thirtysomething at the 43rd Primetime Emmy Awards in 1991.
Television Academy Throwback: Halle Berry
In honor of pioneering actress Dorothy Dandridge, watch as Halle Berry wins an Emmy for her role in Introducing Dorothy Dandridge at the 52nd Primetime Emmy Awards in 2000.
Television Academy Throwback: Black-ish
Watch as the family sitcom black-ish is recognized at the Television Academy Honors for creative TV with a conscience.
Television Academy Throwback: Lassie
Watch as Lassie makes an adorable appearance with the cast at the 34th Primetime Emmy Awards in 1982.
Television Academy Throwback: Karen Arthur
Watch as Karen Arthur became the first female director to win an Emmy for Cagney and Lacey at the 37th Primetime Emmy Awards in 1985.
Television Academy Throwback: Yeardley Smith
Watch as Yeardley Smith shares her journey to playing the brilliant 8-year-old, Lisa Simpson, for three decades on FOX's hit show The Simpsons, at a Television Academy event in 2017.
Television Academy Throwback: Terence Winter
Watch as Terence Winter, Creator/Writer/EP of Boardwalk Empire, explains how he got an agent and his first writing gig in Hollywood at a Television Academy event in 2017.
Television Academy Throwback: Ben Stiller
See Ben Stiller accept the Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program for The Ben Stiller Show (which had been cancelled) at the 45th Primetime Emmy Awards in 1993.