Emmy Winners React! Jon Cryer's Shock, Claire Danes' 'Ginger Baby' and More Sound Bites

Jon Cryer, Damian Lewis, Julie Bowen

On-stage acceptance speeches are nice and all — and rife with names you’ve never heard of — but when an Emmy winner gets backstage to field questions from the press, that’s when they can A) elaborate on their good fortune and/or B) get a little bit loose and say offbeat things. READ MORE

Emmys Red Carpet: Where Fashion Meets Fiction

What were your favorite fashion moments from the 2012 Emmys? Sound off in the comments!

At TVLine, we know you’re never fully dressed without a tie… -in to your TV persona. So for this year’s Emmy red carpet, we’ll leave the “Who are you wearing?” to other, more fashionable outlets and instead concern ourselves with questions we find far more important. Like, “Isn’t it cool to see Breaking Bad‘s Jesse clean up so nice?”

So here’s our unique take on some Emmy night standouts. But …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

Emmys 2012: Modern Family, Homeland Clean Up, Mad Men Shut Out, Jon Cryer Pulls Upset


Showtime brought victory Homeland when it walked away from the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards with four wins – including its first Outstanding Drama Series award and trophies for both its lead actor (Damian Lewis) and actress (Claire Danes). ABC’s Modern Family …READ MORE & VIEW WINNERS

Emmys 2012: HBO, Fueled by Game of Thrones, and CBS Lead Early Winners; Smash Pulls Upset

Emmy Winners 2012

If this year’s Creative Arts Emmys took place in Westeros, HBO would’ve easily ascended to the Iron Throne. READ MORE

What the Spock?! Fringe's Emmy Snubs Are 'Ridiculous,' Says Leonard Nimoy

FRINGE: In part-two of the season finale, Leonard Nimoy guest-stars in the "Brave New World, Part 2 of 2" episode of FRINGE airing Friday, May 11 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2012 Fox Broadcasting Co. CR: Cate Cameron/FOX

Academy voters might want to go to bed with the lights on tonight, for fear of getting a Vulcan death grip in their sleep.

In the wake of Fringe getting snubbed wholesale by this year’s Emmy Award nominations — never mind the lack of John Noble love, there’s not even a techy nod to be found — sometime guest star/forever sci-fi icon Leonard Nimoy has let his feelings on the matter be known. READ MORE

Emmy Nominations 2012: The 37 Biggest Snubs

Which Emmy snubs have you most upset? Sound off in the comments!

Without rage and incredulity, there are no Emmy nominations, a wise philosopher once said*. And while today’s announcement of the 2012 contenders certainly contained some pleasant surprises — hooray for Veep! — there are still enough major snubs to leave one’s jaw paying a visit to one’s kneecaps. Here’s our rundown of the 37 most glaring omissions. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

Emmy Nominees React! Who Said What?


Many of TV’s finest got an early wake-up call as Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning. After getting over their initial grogginess and surprise, they came out of the congratulatory haze to express their happiness and/or disbelief and share the sometimes-unusual ways in which they discovered they were in the race. READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY

Emmy Nominations 2012: American Horror Story, Mad Men and Modern Family Lead the Pack


Nominations for the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards were announced early Thursday morning by Scandal star Kerry Washington and this year’s Emmys host, Jimmy Kimmel — in his pajamas — and FX’s American Horror Story and AMC’s Mad Men led the pack with 17 total nods each.

PBS’ Downton Abbey and History’s Hatfields & McCoys followed with 16 apiece, while Modern Family was the most-nommed scripted comedy series, with 14. READ FULL LIST & SOUND OFF!

Mad Men Emmy Shocker: Newcomer Jessica Pare to Vie With Elisabeth Moss for Lead Actress Nod

Megan Draper (Jessica Pare) - Mad Men - Season 5, Episode 7 - Photo Credit: Ron Jaffe/AMC

Megan Draper is movin’ on up, indeed.

In the same week that Mad Men‘s secretary-turned-copywriter opted to bail on SCDP and pursue a career as an actress, awards hub GoldDerby.com is reporting that series newbie Jessica Paré has submitted herself in the Lead Actress … READ MORE & VOTE IN POLL

Jimmy Kimmel to Host 2012 Emmy Awards

JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE - Jimmy Kimmel is the host and executive producer of the ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" (ABC/BOB D'AMICO)

Late-night funnyman Jimmy Kimmel will host the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, to be held Sept. 23 and broadcast on ABC, it was announced on Monday.

“I hope to be able to do for the Emmys this year what Eddie Murphy did for the Oscars,” Kimmel said in a statement … READ MORE