Alec Baldwin, Jessica Lange
The nominations are in for the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, and many of the actors and showrunners who received nods have expressed their gratitude — and, in some cases, surprise.
See what the stars had to say:
Jessica Lange, American Horror Story, Supporting Actress in a TV Movie/Miniseries: "I want to thank the academy for honoring American Horror Story. ... It's been wonderful to work on a show with such talented actors and the fabulous creative team of Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and all the brilliant writers who make Constance such an interesting character to play."
You're a 90-year-old starring in a sitcom and producing a hit hidden camera series. What's left to conquer?
Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt
Betty White is continuing her tour of every TV show on the air.
The Hot in Cleveland star will drop by The Client List this summer for its first season finale, People reports.
Dan and Laura Dotson, Storage Wars
Make room, Betty!
Storage Wars stars Dan and Laura Dotson are heading to Cleveland — Hot in Cleveland to be exact, for...
Most 90-year-olds probably don't even know what Twitter is, but Betty White isn't like most 90-year-olds.
The comedy legend and star of NBC's new seniors-prank-the-young'uns show Betty White's Off Their Rockers joined Twitter Tuesday, and less than 24 hours after her first tweet, she has already amassed more than 100,00 followers.
Betty White and Reatha Grey
Yep, Betty White's still got it.
The erstwhile Golden Girl's prank show Betty White's Off Their Rockers debuted Wednesday to 7.2 million viewers and a 1.8 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic to give NBC its biggest audience in the slot since ...
Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair
You know how Ellis, the smarmy assistant-from-hell on Smash, has become the most reviled character on TV this season? That's only because most people haven't been subjected yet to Best Friends Forever, the poisonous new sitcom NBC is launching tonight (8:30/7:30c) in the deep, deep rabbit hole of its woeful Wednesday night lineup — which has already claimed the much more enjoyable (though virtually invisible) Bent, ending its run tonight (9/8c) after only three weeks of back-to-back episodes.
Betty White and Ed Asner
Nearly four decades after they first sparred as Lou Grant and Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Ed Asner and Betty White reunite on the March 14 episode of TV Land's Hot in Cleveland. At Betty's recent 90th birthday bash, Ed, now 82, told me, "I play a man who spurned her." But unlike their flirtatious scenes back in the '70s, their Cleveland characters' ugly history was all business-related. Ed plays Jameson, "a country-club type who...
Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy
Our roundup of the most memorable moments of the SAG awards:
1. Scorsese-est Drinking Game: In showing a highlight from their nominated film Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy talk about devising a drinking game while making the movie. "You have to take a drink every time, and I mean every time, you hear the word Scorsese," says Rudolph. McCarthy adds: "You'd be surprised how often that comes up in casual conversation because people just like to throw that thing around." After describing the film, Wiig says: "Do you think that Scorsese saw our movie?" Then they proceed to throw the name around willy-nilly, with Rudolph mixing in "prosecco."
The Help topped Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards with three wins, while defending champs dominated on the TV side.
Check out all the hits and misses from the SAG Awards red carpet
The casts of Boardwalk Empire and Modern Family repeated their wins for TV drama and comedy ensemble, respectively, while Betty White, (Hot in Cleveland), Alec Baldwin, (30 Rock) and Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire) also ...