Emmys 2013: What Should Win Outstanding Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Can Modern Family be stopped? And more importantly, should it?
Breaking Bad, Louie, Girls and Portlandia Win Big at 2013 Writers Guild Awards
Individual achievement kudos (awarded to a specific episode) went to …READ MORE
FX's Louie Won't Return Until Spring 2014, as Louis C.K. Is Granted an Extended Hiatus
Louis C.K. has asked FX for a laugh break, and as such, Season 4 of Louie — which he writes, produces, directs, stars in and edits — will not hit the airwaves until 2014, the Emmy-winning funnyman announced on Tuesday.
The extended hiatus, C.K. said in a conference call with reporters …READ MORE
Emmys 2012: What Should Win Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
Next up on the episode-specific portion of our “Who Should Win” Emmy poll series: the contest for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series. READ MORE
Emmys 2012: What Should Win Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
We’ve reached the episode-specific portion of our “Who Should Win” Emmy poll series, so it’s time to hit the rewind button on your internal DVRs to ensure a fully informed voting process.
Today, we’re taking a closer look at the race for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. That statuette has gone to writers from Modern Family for two years running, but is certain to change hands in 2012, as …READ MORE
Homeland, Louie, Game of Thrones, Cheers (?) Win Big at 2012 TCA Awards
Homeland won for …READ MORE
Emmys 2012: Who Should Win Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series? Take Our Poll!
It’s an even mix of network and cable entries in the 2012 Emmy race for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.
The 2011 nominees who are competing again this year include …READ MORE
FX Scoop: Louie Renewed For Season 4, Anger Management Promotes Martin Sheen
FX kicked off its portion of the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour Saturday with two big announcements: Louie has been renewed for a fourth season, and Martin Sheen is poised to become a series regular on son Charlie Sheen‘s Anger Management.
The elder Sheen — who would come on board full-time in the event of AM scoring a “very likely” back 90 (yes, 90) order — plays …READ MORE