What was with Jon Hamm’s beard? Is he currently shooting a Grizzly Adams biopic?
A rep for Hamm, who doesn’t start shooting the final season of Mad Men until next year, tells TVLine that the actor’s pronounced stubble “isn’t for anything in particular.”
Was a teleprompter malfunction really to blame for Stephen Amell and Mindy Kaling’s rocky presenter banter?
“I saw my side of it,” Kaling us. “But I had less to do, so I’m not 100 percent [sure what happened]. Steven was moving really fast, and I just had to smile sweetly and hold on to his arm, so I didn’t need a tele-prompter so much.”
How did Nathan Fillion’s song-and-dance cameo in “The Number in the Middle of the Show” come about?
“Neil Patrick Harris has made my list of people who when they call me, I do whatever they say,” the Castle star tells TVLine. “That’s it.”
Why wasn’t Laura Linney on hand to accept her award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Movie or Miniseries for Showtime’s The Big C: Hereafter? Was Matt Damon right that she’s “such a great actress that she didn’t even need to show up”?
Per Linney’s rep, she “could not attend last night due to a family matter.”
Were those really Will Ferrell’s kids who joined him on stage to present Best Comedy and Best Drama Series?
Indeed, Magnus, Mattias and Axel — ages 9, 6, and 3 — are all Ferrell’s own.
When did Julia Louis-Dreyfus cook up that Emmy acceptance speech that had her mimicking her Veep character (Vice President Selina Meyer) needing prompting from bag-handler Gary (fellow winner Tony Hale)?
Louis-Dreyfus told the Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy blog that the idea came to her “like a lightning bolt” while she was showering Sunday afternoon. "The second I won, the first thought that went through my head was, ‘I've got to get up and do this bit.’"
Who was the random mystery man side-stepping behind host Neil Patrick Harris during an ad-break interstitial?
“He was one of our writers,” Emmys producer Ken Erhlich told TVGuide Magazine. “That was planned. It was one of those moments we put in there so someone would ask, ‘What was that all about?'”