Hugh Laurie and Jane Lynch
Before the curtain rises on the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, we have a lot of questions. Will Breaking Bad finally get the recognition it deserves? Is this Hugh Laurie's year? Will 30 Rock four-peat? Will Glee or Modern Family sweep? Check out the list of nominees and then see if our predictions line up with your picks. If they don't, be sure to tell us all about it in the comments section below.
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Mickey's Pick: Sure, people felt conflicted about the ending of Lost, but it can't be an accident that the academy changed its own rules to allow for the two-and-a-half-hour series finale to be submitted. We're guessing that episode's emotional tone will move enough Emmy voters to reward the show for six innovative seasons. (Only Season 1 received academy attention, when it won this award in 2005.)
Joyce's Pick: Coming off arguably its strongest season yet, Breaking Bad delivered ...
Jimmy Fallon's primary goal when he hosts the Emmy Awards on August 29: "I want to keep it moving," he tells TV Guide Magazine. "I've been to so many Emmy parties, and sometimes you sit there and go, 'Come on!'" Here are Fallon's tips for a great show...
Shorty Rossi with his Pit Bull Hercules
With myriad series like Little Chocolatiers, The Little Couple and Little People, Big World, reality shows about small-statured folks have taken off in a big way. But none has had as much bite as Pit Boss, Animal Planet's edgy, yet endearing, hit about a street-smart ex-con who runs both a Los Angeles pit-bull rescue operation and a little-person entertainment agency (airing Saturday at 10/9c).
"Little people are misunderstood just like pit bulls are," says straight-talking star Shorty Rossi, who believes the glut of LP series helps dispel stereotypes...
After Simon Cowell's U.K.-based singing competition The X-Factor caused an online uproar for using Auto-Tune, American Idol producers are making it very clear that they won't make the same mistake.
"We have never, nor would we ever, use...
Regrets — Levi Johnston has barely one to mention. And he's "never lied about anything."
In an interview on CBS' The Early Show, slated to air Friday morning at 7/6c, the 20-year-old father of Bristol Palin's son says he would like to...
Tia Carrere will return to Warehouse 13 for Season 2, Syfy announced on Thursday.
The 43-year-old actress — who co-starred in the Wayne's World movies in the early '90s — will reprise her role as...
The Terminator's mom ... and now James Bond.
Timothy Dalton will join the cast of Chuck for a multi-episode arc in Season 4, NBC announced on Thursday.
What does Chris Harrison do on the day he'll talk to the biggest stars in television? Relax.
"I'm pretty chill. I try not to get out of my normal routine and make it seem bigger than it is," Harrison tells TVGuide.com about his Emmy Awards prep. "When you make it a big deal, you get nervous and that's when people freak themselves out."
Amanda, Top Chef
With six chefs left on this week's Top Chef, Padma & Co. decided to take a trip to Washington, D.C.'s Nationals Park. But instead of enjoying a ball game, the cheftestants were left to man the concession stand for a stadium filled with hungry fans.
Top Chef's Alex: I didn't steal Ed's pea puree
While the judges thought Tiffany's and Ed's concession creations were home runs, they found some serious flaws in the others' dishes — especially Amanda Baumgarten's oxidized tuna tartare. Find out what the Los Angeles native had to say about choosing a raw fish dish for the ballpark challenge and what was the hardest part of her experience.