Broad City, Walton Goggins, and Albert Tsai also get noms in this well-picked lot.
Plus: Jimmy Fallon does well in his debut, The Simpsons will be blockheads, and Kyle Chandler's Netflix wife has been found.
Over the course of the last four seasons, Drag Race has consistently been the most wildly hilarious, melodramatic, and outright entertaining piece of reality TV anywhere on cable, network, or whatever else. And that more people don't watch it is a terrible shame.
What makes a good reality show judge? Expertise helps, yes, but there are a host of other qualities—star-power, a sense of humor, a measure of human decency—that combine to make a true breakout personality.
On our list this week: The Office, Real Housewives of Miami, Fringe, Glee, and Charles Barkley.
Also: Previews for Thursday's episodes of The Vampire Diaries and Bones, this weekend's SNL with Jesse Eisenberg, and Glee's post-Super Bowl extravaganza.
We spoke with James "Tyra Sanchez" Ross, who was crowned the next drag superstar on Monday during the Season 2 finale of RuPaul's Drag Race.
Say goodbye to Big Brother and the summer's limited schedule and wave hello to autumn and its array of new American programming. We've already welcomed the return of The Tudors, Futurama and Without a Trace, and now, with the arrival of so many new US shows, we suggest you firmly return to your sofa and ready yourself for the winter. Want to know what to watch? Check out our suggestions below.