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Raising Hope's Martha Plimpton Previews the Chances' 15 Minutes of Fame With Nancy Grace
Raising Hope‘s Chance family is about to get Inside Probed.
And although the offbeat Fox comedy is known for its wicked sense of humor, the preceding sentence is not as dirty as it sounds, we swear! Rather, tonight’s “mockumentary” episode (airing at 9:30/8:30c) finds the clan becoming the subjects of …READ MORE
Good Wife Exclusive: Martha Plimpton Set for Season Finale (and She Won't Be Alone)
Looks like The Good Wife‘s Alicia Florrick is going to have to prove she’s worth that salary hike she just scored.
Burning Emmy Questions: Kyle Chandler's Lost Speech, Comedy Actress Pageantry and More!
The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards are history, but, as per usual, the three-hour ceremony left us with more than a few burning questions. Here’s the scoop on some of the evening’s biggest mysteries.
After accepting his trophy for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, Friday Night Lights champ Kyle Chandler raced back to the mic, but his audio had already been cut off. What did he say? READ MORE
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
Emmy Nominees React! Who Said What?
Emmy nominations morning is a very exciting morning for those who learn that they’re competing in TV’s Big Show. They get the news from unexpected sources — and most often at ungodly hours! — and the occasional actor might even wake the baby with their jubilation! From there on, they tumble down the rabbit hole into a day full of praise, elation and, yes, personal disbelief.
Eye on Emmy: Raising Hope's Martha Plimpton Is Having a Moment
Without exaggerating, Martha Plimpton can say that she’s done it all. Movies? Check. (Everything from Oscar bait like Running on Empty to cult classics like The Goonies.) Television? Check. (A 2002 guest appearance on Law & Order: SVU earned her an Emmy nod.) Theater? Check. (She’s been nominated for a Tony three times.) She’s even modeled (for Calvin Klein, in the 1980s) and sung (at Lincoln Center, no less, in her own one-woman show). But it’s her sweetly tart portrayal of baby-faced grandma Virginia Chance on the freshman Fox series Raising Hope that may be winning Plimpton the most enthusiastic audience of her career — as well as, just maybe, this year’s Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. 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