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Backstage at the Golden Globes: Who Said What?

Matt LeBlanc, EpisodesOn playing "Matt LeBlanc":"I don't mind being the brunt of the joke if they're good jokes -- and thus far, they've been good jokes."On the undying Friends movie topic:"I don't see that happening.... Sex and the City was a single-camera show, like a film.... Friends was about this finite period in six people's lives. Your imagination... is going to do more justice than a movie."

You know what this year’s Golden Globe award winners said on stage, thanking him, her and the other guy, but what did they each share backstage after grabbing hold of their statuette? SEE WHO SAID WHAT!


Golden Globes 2012: And the Winners Are….

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The 69th annual Golden Globe Awards were held on Sunday night in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, with Ricky Gervais serving as host for a third straight year. But enough preamble — here are the winners … READ MORE


The 10 Most Underrated TV Performances of 2011

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When you think back on the year’s standout small-screen performances, no doubt you’ll think of Madeleine Stowe’s turn as a hot, hot piece of ice on Revenge. You’ll recall the Jim Parsons/Mayim Bialik tag team on The Big Bang Theory. You’ll hail the cast of Modern Family (possibly, in particular, in the warp-speed Christmas episode).

But since the holidays are a time for reflection, why not take TVLine’s lead and consider a few performances that you might have overlooked the first time around? READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY


Golden Globe Nominees React! Who Said What?

Callie Thorne (Necessary Roughness) - Best Actress in a Drama

"It's a really big deal for little Callie Thorne. [Laughs] I spent the night at my mother's and was just dead asleep with my cell phone trilling with text messages and also trying to ring at the same time. … I was sleeping in the living room. I leaped out of the living room, and I jumped on my momma's bed. [Laughs] I scared her so badly. Basically, when she realized what was happening, we both started jumping on the bed."

Some of TV’s biggest stars and producers got an extra special wake-up call this Thursday morning in the form of a Golden Globe nomination. Though it was bright and early, many couldn’t contain their surprise and joy at receiving a tip of the hat from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. But the excitement is just beginning …READ MORE & VIEW GALLERY


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!

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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


Emmys 2011: Sizing Up the Best Comedy Race — And Sharing Our Dream Nominees

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Summertime isn’t all about pool parties and picnics — at least not here at TVLine. No, for us this week marks the official start of Emmy season, seeing as the nomination process is about to begin, culminating in the July 14 reveal of who did/didn’t got a nod. In the coming days, we’ll be taking a close look at all the contenders in the major races and highlighting our dream candidates — the six shows and performers in each category that we think voters should recognize when they fill out their ballots.

First up: Outstanding Comedy Series … READ MORE & VOTE


Shameless and Episodes Earn Second Seasons

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You can count on spending more time with the Gallagher family and “Matt LeBlanc,” now that Showtime has renewed both Shameless and Episodes for second seasons. READ MORE


Team TVLine: What Excites Us About 2011!

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One of the best things about launching TVLine.com when we did (the site did go live, right?) is that it came on the cusp of much fresh fare hitting the airwaves. This month alone, you’ve got 14 TV series making their debuts, while a slew of returning favorites (Parks and Recreation included) are set to uncork new seasons. And the other 11 months of the year promise to deliver even more TV treats.

With that in mind — and to help you get to know the TVLine staff even better — here are the TV events that have each of us excited for 2011. In Comments, tell us what you are looking forward to! READ MORE