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To cap off the festivities, we're back to present what many of you have been asking for: the individual Top 20 lists that we used to tabulate our collective Top 30.
Broad City, Walton Goggins, and Albert Tsai also get noms in this well-picked lot.
Plus: The first trailer for Starz's Power, Misha Collins will be back for more Supernatural, and Netflix officially raises its prices.
Tip of the hat or wag of the finger? The Colbert Report's Colbert is going big-time!
Colbert addressed internet haters and out-of-context tweets on Monday night's show.
Plus: Two and a Half Men finds its lesbian daughter, Fox is starting WWIII, and Jordana Spiro joins FX's Tyrant.
Plus: CBS wants to work with Jim Gaffigan again, Mystic Falls welcomes a shapeshifter, and someone please stop Sharknado!
Plus: Hurricane Sandy scheduling changes, Disney bought Star Wars!, and Disney bought Star Wars!
TV networks are starting to postpone the original programing they had scheduled for tonight due to the storm's presence on the Eastern Seaboard.
Plus: The CW unveils its Bing-free new slogan, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert extend their contracts, and Kal Penn is back on CBS.
Well, the Emmy nominations are out. Please, take time in the comments to make fun of me and my nomination predictions from earlier in the week.
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.
Plus: Supernatural loses its showrunner and Homeland and Game of Thrones win Peabody Awards.
On our list this week: Kenny Powers proves he's still a MF'n BA, Alcatraz gets pwned by the spelling police, and Apple makes us hate robots.