What Emmy Winners Revealed Backstage: Shrink Love, K-Mart Underwear and the Key to Badassery
On stage, when accepting their shiny new Emmy, actors oft recite well-thought, safe speeches. But once they get backstage to “meet the press,” things can get a little…. looser. Here’s what some of this year’s big winners had to say about their beloved shrinks, on-set rivalries, the art of being a badass, hearing costars tout their sex scenes, and so much more. READ THE BACKSTAGE BUZZ
Emmys 2011: Modern Family Feels the Love With Five Wins, Friday Night Lights Grabs Gold
Check out the list of Sunday night's big winners, plus see what the stars shared backstage after claiming their prize
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Bad news for Nurse Jackie‘s Edie Falco: Emmy voters haven’t awarded the Lead Actress in a Comedy statuette to the same lady in consecutive years since Patricia Heaton’s victories for Everybody Loves Raymond back in 2000 and 2001. But it’s even worse news for Tina Fey, …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
Video: Joel McHale Preps Melissa McCarthy For Emmy Nomination Day!
You think hosting the Emmys is a tough gig? Well, it’s a walk in the park compared to unveiling the nominations …READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Emmy Scoop: Joshua Jackson, Melissa McCarthy To Announce Nominees on July 14
It’s not an actual nomination but it’s still a pretty cool honor: Mike & Molly‘s Melissa McCarthy and Fringe‘s Joshua Jackson have been tapped to announce this year’s Emmy noms on Thursday, July 14. READ MORE
Emmys 2011: A Look at the Lead Comedy Actress Race — Including Our Dream Nominees
When it comes to the Emmy Awards, there’s no counting out 30 Rock’s Tina Fey. Ever. In 50 years, she’ll be Betty White. But this year’s Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series competition may be all about Showtime and its three show-stopping leading ladies. Will the Academy prescribe a consecutive win for Nurse Jackie’s Edie Falco, or will Toni Collette grab a second statue to go with Tara’s multiple personalities? Or could they and The Big C’s Laura Linney split the pay cable vote, leaving an opening for someone new, like Raising Hope’s Martha Plimpton? REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE