Breaking Bad, Modern Family and Dallas Buyers Club topped Saturday's 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards, each with two trophies, while American Hustle continued to build momentum toward the Oscars.
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Breaking Bad won its first (and last) drama ensemble award, becoming the first drama since Mad Men four years ago ...
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What can you tell us about the new season of Girls? — Leona
Elijah (Andrew Rannells), Hannah's complicated roommate, will resurface with a new boyfriend in tow. Pal (ironic name alert!) is played by Buffy alum Danny Strong — who's also an Emmy winner for writing HBO's Sarah Palin movie Game Change — and he sounds like a handful. "I don't know if Hannah's a fan," Strong says. "I don't know if any of Elijah's friends are fans of Pal."
What's coming up on Castle? — Ginger
NATALIE: The "September" wedding is still a long way off. In the meantime, on Monday's episode, the death of...
"It's not easy being mean." Those are the words of the frog Constantine in the upcoming Disney film Muppets Most Wanted, which hits theaters this spring. It seems that the master criminal bears a striking resemblance to another amphibian we may know: Kermit.
Fresh off Modern Family's fourth Emmy win for best comedy series, ABC is in early talks for a spin-off series, Deadline reports.
While there are still many ideas being considered, one potential concept is for the new series to focus on guest star Rob Riggle, who played Phil's (Ty Burrell) nemesis Gil Thorpe in two episodes last season.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences kicked off Emmy season with a cocktail reception for the nominees who will compete for gold on Sept. 22. Of course, the actors also dished about what's coming up for their characters: