Here's a look at what's happening on the final day of this year's event.
Yes, OF COURSE the Star Wars Holiday Special is in here!
Plus: Lots of people watched the Golden Globes, Showtime has a big night, and House of Lies lands an A-lister.
Plus: Barack Obama will sit down with Jon Stewart, and Robot Chicken isn't done but The Great Escape is.
Plus: Supernatural, Once Upon A Time, and the premiere of Napoleon Dynamite.
Plus: Downton Abbey, Absolutely Fabulous, and Charles Barkley on SNL.
Plus: Grimm gets hairy and Dexter ends its incredible season (in the archaic definition of the word).
Plus: The Syfy Original Movie Snowmageddon and the season finale of Boardwalk Empire.
Plus: Syfy's expensive-looking miniseries Neverland and TLC's highly anticipated special Virgin Diaries.
Plus: Donald Glover's standup comedy special, The Walking Dead, and the season finale of How to Make It in America.
Plus: More of the (scary) same on The Walking Dead, Supernatural, and Grimm.
Plus: The Walking Dead and the series premiere of Adult Swim's Patton Oswalt-starring The Heart, She Holler.
Plus: The Walking Dead, Syfy's Zombie Apocalypse, and the premiere of Fox's new animated comedy, Allen Gregory.
Plus: Two Buffy vets visit Supernatural and internet abomination Fred returns for another TV movie.
Each year, the Emmys award a slew of "Creative Arts" trophies at a second, less-glamorous ceremony. But these are important categories, too! Here's a quick look at some of this year's notable nominees.
Best known for her portrayal of Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy, Fisher is sure to provide some revelations about her turbulent early days in Hollywood.