Emmy voters can be out of touch, but not us. Here are the shows and actors we'd like to see win at this Sunday's awards.
"Sinful Sundays" will have sex all over the place starting in January.
Another predictable round of nominations goes out to the usual suspects; all six Modern Family leads get called.
The 2012 Emmy nominations will be announced Thursday; here's who we expect to make the cut.
People who watch TV for a living got together last night and made some pretty fantastic choices during their second annual shindig.
The NBC comedy earned six nominations; Breaking Bad and Mad Men trail with five apiece, and a whole lotta other deserving shows and actors get recognized.
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Plus: Fringe, Supernatural and Syfy's Seattle Superstorm.
Plus: Spartacus: Vengeance, In Plain Sight, and Check it Out! With Dr. Steve Brule
Plus: Spartacus: Vengeance, GCB, Blue Bloods, and Nickelodeon's Big Time Movie.
Plus: Grimm, Army Wives, Breakout Kings, and Q'Viva! The Chosen.
Plus: The Walking Dead, Amazing Race, and Maya Rudolph on SNL.
Plus: Zooey Deschanel on SNL and the Angry Boys finale.
Find out what we're sticking with and what we're deleting from our DVRs, then tell us what YOU'RE still watching in the comments.
On the list this week: Adam Lambert, White Collar, Tim & Eric, Pee-wee on Top Chef, and The CW's big TVD "oopsie!"
Plus: Downton Abbey, Angry Boys, Shameless, and The Fades.
The cable network has handed out new season orders to its entire Sunday lineup.
Plus: Fringe, Austin City Limits, and The Good Wife.
Plus: Shark Tank returns and Prime Suspect gets a (brief) revival.