Showtime Boss Defends Dexter's Incesty Twist, Offers Homeland Season 2 Intel and More!

At the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour Thursday, Showtime president David Nevins weathered a storm of Dexter-related questions, particularly regarding that controversial Season 6 twist that found Deb confronting her romantic feelings for her adoptive brother — a creative choice the exec vehemently defends. READ MORE

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Exclusive: Nurse Jackie Admits Joel Grey

A new (and very familiar) face is checking into Nurse Jackie: Oscar winner Joel Grey.

The acting vet — who’s currently starring in the Broadway revival of Anything Goes — will guest star during the Showtime dramedy’s fourth season, sources confirm to TVLine exclusively. READ MORE

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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

House Crisis, HIMYM Funeral, Friday Night Lights Finale and Others Eye Humanitas Prize

The finalists for the 37th annual Humanitas Prize — which honors writers from both television and film whose work “explores the human condition in a nuanced, meaningful way” — have been revealed, and several fan fave TV shows, buoyed by standout episodes, are vying for recognition. READ MORE

Don't Curb Your Enthusiasm for Our Round-Up of TV's Lovably Despicable Characters

After a year-and-a-half hiatus, HBO’s minutiae-examining Curb Your Enthusiasm returns this Sunday at 10/9c with its eighth season. Now, as much as we love both the real and heightened versions of Larry David — and even his onscreen cohort, played by Jeff Garlin — fact is, these two partake in some pretty despicable behavior. Case in point: In the season’s second episode, the guys deny a dying dog its last supper in order to tame their own hunger. (Seriously!) And yet we watch, we laugh, and we love these men. This led us to ponder …READ MORE & REVIEW PHOTO GALLERY

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

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

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Emmys Flashback: The Big Winners of 2010

There were plenty of reasons to smile during last year’s Emmy Awards. Not only did favorites like Modern Family and Glee‘s Jane Lynch walk away with statues, but The Good Wife dark horse Archie Panjabi and The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons also deservedly got rewarded, both first-timers. Of course, the biggest smiles (and choicest soundbites) came from the winners themselves. Take a look back at what the big winners from 2010 had to say about their big moment at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards. And designers, start sending your dresses to this first winner now! This year’s show will be held September 18, at the NOKIA Theatre in L.A. …READ MORE & SEE PHOTO GALLERY