Emmy Night from TheArchive

If you haven’t had enough of the Emmys yet, TheArchive has dug deep and pulled out a few of our many Emmy titles.

Cedric wasn’t around when most of these shows were nominated, nor was RuPaul or Ted Lasso, but who doesn't love Tom Selleck who hosted in 1984 when Samson and Delilah had an Emmy nom? And guess what? The nominee also styled Selleck’s luscious mane for Magnum P.I. What are the chances?

Anyway, please excuse the digression, as we highlight a few Emmy favorites from a bygone era.

In Gun, a star-studded six part series and two time Emmy nominee, the lives of several unrelated characters change dramatically when they encounter the same pearl-handled .45 semiautomatic pistol. The series features appearances from Rosanna Arquette, James Gandolfini, Daryl Hannah, Kirstin Dunst, Martin Sheen, and Carrie Fisher.

Six time Emmy nominee and winner Then There Were Giants explores the dramatic rivalry, friendship and competition between the great Allied wartime leaders: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin. Combining live action with WWII footage, still photography, and a compelling classical score, this story powerfully depicts the intensity and precariousness as these men led the world through war. They were rivals, competitors, allies, and friends and soon the strongest trio of men history has encountered. It stars John Lithgow, Michael Caine, and Bob Hoskins….

In this four time Emmy nominee,including best Director and Outstanding Drama, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward take us through, The Final Days which chronicles president Richard Nixon's administration during the immediate days after the Watergate scandal.

In Samson & Delilah God entrusts the brave Samson to destroy the Philistines. God's path blurs for Samson when he falls in love with Delilah, a woman appointed by the Philistines to uncover the secret of strength.

Sydney Carpenter appears to have the perfect life. But when her husband and son disappear, Sydney uncovers that her husband isn't who he has appeared to be. In fact, he has faked his own death

Let's end with his royal highness Larry King. Viewers around the world can once again watch - and participate in - the one-of-a-kind interviews that only Larry King can do. In Emmy nominee Larry King Now, Larry brings you newsmakers of every stripe not just world leaders and celebrities from entertainment, pop culture and sports, but also regular people changing the world or caught in the crossfire of the most exciting and the biggest stories of the day. Fun and quirky field segments will treat Larry King's fans both old and new to a rarely seen side of Larry's personal humor and wit. 

Take it from Larry, "The names are bigger, the show is worldwide, but I get a royal pass into life in the broadcasting business."

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