TVLine Items: Baldwin Inks NBC Deal, Jere Burns Enters Bates Motel, Gingrich on Parks and More!
NBC is staying in the Alec Baldwin biz.
With the end of 30 Rock drawing near, the Emmy-winning actor has inked a two-year overall deal with the network …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Alec Baldwin Goes Live! With Kelly, CBS Plays the Dating (Show) Game and More!
Live! With Kelly is in for a lively hour when, on Feb. 29, 30 Rock‘s Alec Baldwin drops by to guest co-host. READ MORE
Backstage at SAG Awards: Jessica Lange Mulls More Horror, Sofia Vergara's 'Tiny' Secret & More
After this year’s Screen Actors Guild Award winners were handed their trophies, they headed backstage to revel in their wins and dish about what they’ve learned from their co-stars, what they’re wearing (or not wearing) and more. READ MORE
2012 SAG Awards Winners List: Boardwalk Empire, Modern Family Score Top Honors
Talk about deja vu. Sunday’s 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards was virtually a rerun of last year, with the ensembles from Boardwalk Empire and Modern Family once again picking up top honors.
Three of the four individual acting winners …READ MORE & VIEW WINNERS LIST
Done Deal: Alec Baldwin Re-Signs With 30 Rock
Reports of Alec Baldwin’s exit from 30 Rock have not only been greatly exaggerated, they’re false.
“We have Alec for next season,” NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt confirmed to reporters at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour on Friday. “We quietly did [his deal] in the fall.”
Less certain is …READ MORE
Saturday Night Live Season Premiere With Alec Baldwin: Best and Worst Skits
Saturday Night Live‘s 37th season premiere, with Alec Baldwin making a record 16th appearance as host, took us on a journey from the sublimely ridiculous to the thuddingly awful. But as is the case with SNL nowadays, if you get a chuckle from, say, one out of every three skits, then it’s pretty much a passing grade. …READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Several new players are shaking up the Emmy race for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series: Louis C.K. (Louie), Johnny Galecki (The Big Bang Theory), and Matt LeBlanc (Episodes) are all welcome additions to the Not “Tony Shalhoub in Monk” Club, but they’ll face tough competition from some veterans of the category. …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Raymond Reunion on The Middle, First SNL Hosts Are Revealed, and More
Fresh off of Men of a Certain Age‘s brutal axing, Ray Romano has landed a guest spot on ABC’s The Middle, which of course stars his Everybody Loves Raymond wife, Patricia Heaton. READ MORE
TVLine Items: AMC Goes C-C-Crazy, Meet Kelsey Grammer's Boss, and More TV News to Know
You can take the crazy out of Pine Valley (and straight to Oak Haven), but it’ll ultimately rear its ugly gorgeous head again. Such is the case with All My Children‘s latest batch of returning vets.
Bringing the bonkers back to the expiring ABC sudser this summer will be …READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Sizing Up the Lead Comedy Actor Race — Including Our 6 Dream Nominees
Last year’s Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series race was a David-and-Goliath tale, as relative newcomer Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) brought down comedy giant Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) by denying him a third consecutive win. This year, in addition to both of those likely repeat nominees, there’s also Steve Carell to consider. Having bid farewell to The Office, his swan song season becomes Emmy’s last chance to award him for his seminal role. Will he grab gold? Or will a lovable long shot like Community’s Joel McHale emerge from the pack to change the game? REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE