The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards air Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. EST on ABC. Here’s your ballot for the top categories of the night, along with our best guesses at who will take home the gold—and who we would vote for.
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After eight seasons, Justin Kirk leaves “Weeds” behind in a puff of pot smoke to take on the ornery veterinarian of NBC’s “Animal Practice.”
After years on “The Office,” Mindy Kaling writes and stars in her own sitcom, “The Mindy Project.”
We're only two weeks into “The New Normal” and already our two soon-to-be gay dads are dealing with the bigotry gay parents often face, and it's really exciting to see on a primetime half hour comedy.
Choreographer Joshua Bergasse said that “Bombshell,” the Marilyn Monroe musical featured as the show-within-the-show on NBC’s “Smash,” will not be adapted for the stage any time soon.
CSA members Junie Lowry Johnnson, Libby Goldstein, Judy Henderson, Craig Fincannon, Lisa Mae Fincannon, Jennifer Euston, David Rubin, Richard Hicks, Pat Moran, and Kathleen Chopin won 2012 Creative Arts Emmys for casting.
There is an article by Tom O’Neil at Gold Derby today stating that a DVD snafu might help “New Girl” stars Zooey Deschanel and Max Greenfield win Emmy Awards. Every nominated actor submits an episode of their choice for the panel of voting judges to view for consideration. The ...
In honor of Jay Pharaoh being elected "SNL's" new President Obama impersonator, we look at the top 10 political portrayals by actors over the years.
Emmy-nominee Bill Hader gives his take on the unintentionally-funny performance by Michael Palin in "Life of Brian."