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
Ask Ausiello Flashback: Spoilers on Moonlighting, Dallas, Cheers, Dynasty, Falcon Crest and More!
Please note: This column was originally published on Sept. 3. 1985
Question: I can’t wait for David and Maddie to finally get together on Moonlighting. The show will be even better then, don’t you think? Any idea if it’ll happen this season? —Fiona
Ausiello: I totally agree, Fi! The only bummer about the show is all that gnarly anticipation! But, we might get our wish for a David/Maddie – Daddie? – hook-up sooner than later: A new rival – David’s brother, no less! – hits on Maddie in the season premiere, and you don’t have to be a detective to figure out …READ MORE & GET SPOILED
TVLine Items: Real Housewives' NeNe Visits Glee, NBC Plans Super Bowl Live-Stream and More!
Glee is about to get Real.
Infamous Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes has landed a multi-episode arc on Fox’s musical comedy, playing …READ MORE
TVLine Items: Greg Kinnear Visits Modern Family, NBC Throws Betty White a B-Day Bash and More!
Modern Family has tapped Greg Kinnear to guest star in an upcoming Season 3 episode. READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Who Should Win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
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
Emmy Nominees React! Who Said What?
Emmy nominations morning is a very exciting morning for those who learn that they’re competing in TV’s Big Show. They get the news from unexpected sources — and most often at ungodly hours! — and the occasional actor might even wake the baby with their jubilation! From there on, they tumble down the rabbit hole into a day full of praise, elation and, yes, personal disbelief.
Here are the reactions from this year’s nominees (detailed here) that TVLine has collected thus far — keep checking back for more! READ MORE
NBC Picks Up Betty White-Hosted Reality Series
This was inevitable: Betty White is getting her own reality series. READ MORE
Who Should Sub For Charlie Sheen on Men?
For better or worse, there is only one Charlie Sheen. So while the one and only one gets his act together — and by some accounts, it could take a while — we think the producers of Two and a Half Men should seriously consider bringing in a temp to fill that void and, just as importantly, keep their crew on the clock. But who? That is the question. Luckily, we have the answer… several answers, in fact. Consider, won’t you:
Michael J. Fox | When the erstwhile Alex P. Keaton bowed out of Spin City to deal with his Parkinson’s disease, Sheen stepped in as the series’ new lead. So wouldn’t it be fitting if, all these years later, Fox was there for Sheen in his hour of need? …READ MORE
SAG Awards Honor Modern Family, Boardwalk Empire and Betty White!
HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and ABC’s Modern Family took top honors at tonight’s 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, winning best TV drama and comedy ensemble respectively. …READ MORE
Exclusive: Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White Reunite In Cleveland
Betty White and Mary Tyler Moore at the 2008 Primetime Emmy Awards
After more than three decades, former Mary Tyler Moore Show sparring partners Mary Tyler Moore and Betty White are about to go another round.
Moore has been tapped to guest star in the Jan. 19 second-season premiere of White’s TV Land sitcom Hot In Cleveland. Details on Moore’s role are being kept under wraps, but a Cleveland source hints that she will be involved in the storyline that saw White’s caretaker character Elka get arrested in the Season 1 finale.
This will mark the first time the comedy legends have appeared on screen together in 33 years. Cleveland — which averaged a record-shattering 4.7 million cume total viewers in its first season — was renewed in July for a 20-episode second season.
This story was originally posted to Deadline.com.