Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Best Reality Show Host?
Emmy Season is upon us, and with a little more than five weeks until the Sept. 18 ceremony, we here at TVLine decided it was time to find out who you’re rooting for in all the key acting and show categories. We’ll kick things off today with the race for Outstanding Reality Show Host, a category that’s only been in existence since 2008, and has been won all three times by …READ MORE
TCA Awards: Friday Night Lights, Mad Men, Modern Family and Game of Thrones Win Big
Friday Night Lights scored a touchdown at the 27th Annual TCA Awards. The DirecTV/NBC series was named Program of the Year by the Television Critics Association at a ceremony held Saturday evening at The Beverly Hilton.
The event, which was hosted by Parks and Recreation scene-stealer Nick Offerman, honored HBO’s Game of Thrones with … READ MORE
TVLine Items: Bones Brings On New Big Bad, Sons of Anarchy Throws a Wedding, and More
First, there was The Gravedigger. Then, Gormogon. Now, Bones‘ Booth and Brennan will go up against… READ MORE
Fall TV: CBS Sets Premiere Dates, Including NCIS, HIMYM and An Extra-Big Bang
CBS is the fourth network (following The CW, Fox and ABC) to release its fall TV premiere plan, and the 23rd cycle of reality juggernaut Survivor will kick things off on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
The Eye Net is giving its buzzy new sitcom 2 Broke Girls a special sneak preview behind the high-profile Ashton Kutcher-headlined relaunch of Two and a Half Men on Sept. 19 (delaying the return of …READ MORE & VIEW DATES
TVLine Items: HBO Eyes Goldie Hawn Series, Dave Chappelle Denies TV Return, and More!
Goldie Hawn is the latest movie star to venture into the uncharted waters of television. READ MORE
Emmys 2011: The Reality-Competition Race In Review - Including Our 5 Dream Nominees
Secretariat is widely considered the greatest thoroughbred of all time, and yet not even he retired undefeated. Similarly, the Emmy race for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program turned into a real horserace last year when Top Chef claimed the top prize and broke The Amazing Race‘s stunning streak of seven consecutive victories.
Which shows are most likely to enter the starting gate when the Emmy Derby begins with nomination announcements on July 14? We handicap the likeliest contenders… after this. REVIEW CONTENDERS & VOTE
TVLine Items: Regis' Dancing Dilemma, Dexter Adds Mos Def, and Other TV News to Know
Regis Philbin has officially been asked to join the next season of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars, and he’ll only sign on under one condition: …READ MORE
Amazing Race: Did Vyxsin Cheat During the Chocolate Gnome Incident?
Who’d have thought that an extended product placement segment starring the Travelocity gnome and some mellow Swiss chocolate makers could yield a bubbling cauldron of intrigue, drama, and hurt feelings? But that’s exactly what went down on Sunday night’s installment of The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business. …READ MORE
The Amazing Race: Do Alliances Take the Fun Out of the Competition?
True confessions time: I found myself frustrated and disappointed at the end of Sunday night’s installment of The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business. It didn’t help that my second-favorite team had been eliminated, but ultimately, it was the way they met their demise that didn’t sit right with me.
Early in the episode, …READ MORE
The Amazing Race: Would You Ever Willingly Choose a Food Challenge?
Sunday night’s installment of The Amazing Race: Unfinished Business contained one of those Detours that seemed as easy as choosing between a soothing massage or a thwack in the stomach with a two-by-four. And yet midway through their travels in Vienna, Austria (or according to the Globetrotters “where the Terminator is from”), three of the six remaining teams — Zev and Justin, Kisha and Jen, and Gary and Mallory — shocked me by opting for “quick, easy meal” over “long, hard walk.” …READ MORE