TV's biggest night happened once again! Here is what went down.
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.
Plus: Cougar Town has a premiere date at TBS, Josh Schwartz sells a monster high-school drama to The CW, and Mike the Cleaner gets some Recreation.
Plus: Kurt Sutter goes comedy with clowns and assassins, Cee Lo gets his own sitcom, and Revolution adds another big name.
Plus: NBC might also revive Cleopatra, Smash is hosting a Will & Grace reunion, and Miley Cyrus heads to Two and a Half Men.
Plus: A Doctor Who movie and an ALF movie, Dallas is dated sooner than you think, and Leland Palmer heads to Criminal Minds.
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.
America’s Most-Watched Network” is conducting business as usual, debuting nearly all of its new and returning shows during official Premiere Week.
Plus: Community's entire student body is returning, an Office actor goes part-time, and The Good Wife adds ANOTHER big name.
Plus: HBO's The Newsroom debuts okay, Roseanne Barr is getting roasted, and Maura Tierney joins The Good Wife.
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.
We've laid everything out all nicely to get a better look at which shows will be fighting each other for your eyeballs.
2 Broke Girls will drive Monday's comedy block, while Vegas is paired with the NCISes and Sherlock Holmes lands on Thursdays.