Gee, isn't it nice to not have to wake up at 5:30 A.M. for the 2016 Emmy nominations? Either way, the big announcement is finally here, as presented by black-ish star Anthony Anderson and Gilmore Girls returnee Lauren Graham, so let’s find out what we're all angry about/celebrating this year at the Emmys!
Surprise, no one! 'Modern Family,' a show that has been nominated 57 times since it's debut and won Outstanding Comedy Series the last three years, once again won the Outstanding Comedy Series at the 2013 Emmy Awards.
'Workaholics' star and co-creator Adam Devine has been popping up in mainstream comedy more and more, from recent turns in both season 4 of 'Arrested Development' and 'Community,' as well as on the big screen in 'Pitch Perfect.' Now, the Comedy Central star will take what could be his biggest network gig yet in the upcoming fifth season of ABC Emmy-hoarder 'Modern Family.'
Another awards ceremony, another victory lap for Ben Affleck's 'Argo'! If it doesn't scoop up Best Picture at the Oscars next week, there are going to be a lot of very confused bookies. The latest accolade for the critically acclaimed crowd-pleaser comes courtesy of the Writer's Guild of America, who awarded screenwriter Chris Terrio the trophy for Best Adapted Screenplay.
We don't yet know if NBC's '30 Rock' will find a place to return Elizabeth Banks as Jack Donaghy's now-ex-wife Avery Jessup, but ABC's 'Modern Family' isn't about to leave the 'Hunger Games' star in need of work. We've just learned that Banks will reprise her 'Modern Family' character from way back in season 1, filming her role next week for a 2013 episode. Will she be the same wild party girl, or
You can keep your illegally-obtained photos of the unfortunate and modest Duchess of Cambridge -- we prefer the self-tweeted revelation brought to us Sunday night courtesy of Sofia Vergara’s fortuitous wardrobe malfunction at the Emmys.
14 million viewers watch the critically-acclaimed ABC comedy ‘Modern Family’ at its regular time, but if you add in the 4.5 million who watch a recording of it later, that number actually jumps to 18 million. So not only is it one of the best shows on television with exceptional ratings, it’s also the most recorded.
With three nominated shows, NBC leads the pack for this category. Our money's on ABC, though, for a repeat from last year's winner 'Modern Family,' but NBC's critical darling 'Parks and Recreation' could pull an upset. Here are all the nominees:
As expected, 'Mad Men' and 'Modern Family' were among the top series nominated for the 2011 Primetime Emmys, announced early Thursday morning.
'Mad Men' picked up an impressive 19 nominations, the most of any drama series, including Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Leading Actor (Jon Hamm), Outstanding Leading Actress (Elisabeth Moss) and Outstanding Supporting Actress (Christina Hendricks).