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Emmys 2013: Your Burning Questions Answered!

Emmy Burning Questions 2013

Every question of “Who will win?” has been answered regarding the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards. But a few dangling questions remain in the minds of viewers who watched CBS’ intermittently dreary telecast. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

Final Ratings: Emmys Score a Seven-Year High

Emmys Ratings 2013

Despite coming across at times as “the world’s weirdest funeral” (as one TVLine reader put it), this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards telecast looked lively in the ratings. READ MORE

Video: The Good Wife's Christine Baranski Previews the 'Alicia-gate' Blow-Up

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Fans of The Good Wife know that Diane can’t possibly take Alicia and Cary’s imminent defections in stride. But just how volcanic will her reaction to the news be? READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO

Emmys 2013: The Best and Worst Moments

2013 Emmy Awards Show

There was a spontaneous standing ovation, a smashing dance routine, a very funny Oprah cameo and — quite possibly — the Greatest Acceptance Speech of All-Time Ever. Yes folks, the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards are in the books, and TVLine has your rundown of the 15 Best and Worst Moments (with one bonus nugget from the red carpet). READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

Emmy Winners React! Anna Gunn Shrugs Off Haters, Jeff Daniels Explains His Mysterious Tweet, Claire Danes' 'Tiny' Problem and More

Jeff Daniels, The NewsroomLead Actor in a DramaOn besting the likes of annual fave Bryan Cranston, Daniels said, "I've been nominated enough times to not hope too much.... I felt the work stood up to what the other guys were doing, but we're all doing different things. It's anybody's game." He then explained his tweet from a few weeks back, which unofficially announced his HBO series' Season 3 pick-up. "We're going to come back, we just don't know when yet. We're trying to work it out with [creator] Aaron [Sorkin's schedule]," he said. "I was about to do Leno and [HBO said], 'Absolutely say you're coming back. You just don't know when.' So that's what I tweeted."

What happens after a Primetime Emmy Award winner grabs their gold and has their pat acceptance speech behind them?

TVLine was in the backstage press room as each of this year’s Emmy winners reacted more emotionally, candidly or hilariously to their fresh burst of good fortune. SEE WHO SAID WHAT!

Emmys Poll: Did the 'Hosts of Emmys Past' Save a Lackluster Pre-Taped Opening?

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Following a decidedly lackluster pre-taped bit, the opening to Sunday night’s Primetime Emmy Awards broadcast came to life with a visit from hosts of awards shows past. But was the parade of familiar faces enough to salvage the ceremony’s start? READ MORE & VOTE

Emmy Winners 2013: Breaking Bad and Modern Family Score Top Honors, Claire Danes Repeats, HBO and Candelabra Dominate

Emmy Winners List

The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards were handed out Sunday night in Los Angeles, and HBO was this year’s big winner, amassing 27 total trophies. WEIGH IN ON THE WINNERS

Emmys 2013: Who Will and Who Should Win


Emmy weekend is upon us! And while the No. 1 question among many media outlets is sure to be “Who are you wearing?” we here at TVLine are much more focused on who’ll be taking home statuettes once the telecast begins Sunday at 8/7c on CBS.

To that end, we’ve put together a gallery predicting who will win, lobbying for who should win and recounting the results of READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS

Emmys 2013: What Should Win Best TV Miniseries or Movie? Take Our Poll!


Behind the Candelabra cleaned up at last weekend’s Creative Arts Emmys ceremony — taking home eight stauettes in the early, non-televised categories. The question remains, though, whether that momentum can carry HBO’s Liberace biopic to a win as Outstanding TV Miniseries or Movie. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL

Emmys 2013: What Should Win Best Reality Competition Series? Take Our Poll!


The Amazing Race. The Amazing Race. The Amazing Race. The Amazing Race. The Amazing Race. The Amazing Race. The Amazing Race. Top Chef. The Amazing Race. The Amazing Race. There you have — in chronological order — the winners of the Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Series since the category debuted in 2003.

Yep, Emmy voters love CBS’ globetrotting marathon, but as the 2010 result proves, it’s not impossible for them to go in a different direction. READ MORE & TAKE OUR POLL