Hoping to double-up on Primetime Emmy nominations (and wins) for its ladies, Mad Men has shifted Elisabeth Moss from the lead race to the supporting one for this year's awards, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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Moss was nominated in lead last year, but the swap was made to boost January Jones' chances of getting nominated this year in lead, a source tells the trade paper. Though she's earned two Golden Globe nominations, Jones has been snubbed ...
ABC's Modern Family, Fox's Glee and HBO's In Treatment were among Wednesday's 36 Peabody Award winners, which included the usual strong array of public-affairs programming.
"Our selections demonstrate...
Tim Allen will host the 8th annual TV Land Awards, the network announced.
"Tim Allen is a versatile and hilarious performer who fits perfectly into the plans for this year's TV Land Awards," Larry W. Jones, president of TV Land, said. "We are ...
Awards season just ended. Now start marking your calendar for the next one.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Thursday that the 83rd Academy Awards will take place Feb. 27. The ceremony will be broadcast on ABC. Nominees will be...
Sam Mendes, Kate Winslet
For many best-actress Oscar winners, the award has been a bad-luck charm for matters of the heart. More than a handful of leading ladies have parted ways with their significant others after snagging a statuette — from the Golden Age of Hollywood (Bette Davis and first husband Harmon Nelson) to the '70s (Barbra Streisand and Elliott Gould) to the turn of the millennium (Helen Hunt and Hank Azaria). In the past week, Kate Winslet split from Sam Mendes, while Jesse James has apologized to his wife, 2009 Academy Award best-actress winner Sandra Bullock, after reports of infidelity surfaced. The future of Bullock and James' relationship is unclear, but the so-called "curse" has reared its ugly head frequently of late. Let's take a look at the last 10 best-actress winners: