Emmys 2011: What Should Win Outstanding TV Miniseries or Movie? Take Our Poll!

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A controversial biopic, a reimagining of a 1940s Oscar nominee, a dramatization of the U.S. financial crisis, a British period piece, an adaptation of a popular historical novel, and a fictionalized account of the making of the nation’s first “reality” series will do battle for the Emmy for Outstanding TV Miniseries or Movie.

But which of these disparate telecasts deserves top honors when the Emmys are handed out Sept.18? …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: What Show Should Win Outstanding Comedy Series?

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The last three series to score the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series — The Office (2006), 30 Rock (2007-2009), and Modern Family (2010) — are all in the running to take home the big prize again in 2011. To add another checkmark to the win column, though, they’ll have to fight off READ MORE & VOTE


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Supporting Actress in a Drama? Vote Now!

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A pair of Emmy newcomers will face off against three prior winners and returning nominee in the 2011 race for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Supporting Actor in a Drama? Vote Now!

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The Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama has gone to a different actor every year since 1996, when Ray Walston took home his second consecutive statuette for Picket Fences. And that trend will continue in 2011, as … READ MORE & VOTE


Emmys 2011: What Show Should Win Outstanding Drama Series?

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Can Mad Men make it a four-peat? With more 2011 Emmy nominations (19) than any other series, AMC’s acclaimed drama certainly has a good shot at continuing its domination of the Outstanding Drama Series category. That said, …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Guest Actress in a Comedy?

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Class-president campaign posters might be replaced by banners for the 2011 Emmy race for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy in the halls of the fictional William McKinley High School in Lima, OH. Yes indeed, a full 50 percent of nominees …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Guest Actor in a Comedy?

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Matt Damon, Idris Elba, and Justin Timberlake have garnered enough acting kudos among ‘em that few people would bat an eyelash if the trio teamed up to headline a fairly major big-screen drama. Instead, though, these actors will …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: What Show Should Win for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program?

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Only two shows have taken home the prize since Emmy introduced the Outstanding Reality-Competition Program award in 2003. CBS’ The Amazing Race proved irresistible to voters for seven consecutive years, until Bravo’s Top Chef broke its streak by taking home Emmy gold in 2010. This year, both prior champs will face competition from …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!

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Will Jane Lynch have to take a break from Emmy hosting duties to give an acceptance speech as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series? Only time will tell. But it’s interesting to note that in three of the last four years, the statuette has been taken home by …READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Supporting Actor In a Comedy Trophy? Take Our Poll!

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If you thought the men of Modern Family had a strong grip on Emmy’s Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy category back in 2010, then this year it’s nothing short of a stranglehold. …READ MORE