The Modern Family team may be on cloud nine right now after scoring 17 Emmy nominations, but Ty Burrell can only think of those who didn't make the cut.
"I definitely feel like Community is really strong and falls into that category of shows that deserved to be nominated," he tells TVGuide.com. "It's a great show and should be up there with us. I was really happy to see Parks and Recreation nominated. Several of the actors on that deserved to be nominated. It's true of most shows. I feel like they should ...
Kathy Bates, Kyra Sedgwick
After pulling an upset last year over Julianna Margulies, Kyra Sedgwick won't be back to defend her Emmy win this year as The Closer leading lady was nowhere to be found on the drama actress shortlist. But her snub isn't the only shocker on Emmy nominations morning.
When Martha Plimpton woke up Thursday, she got two surprises: an Emmy nomination and a gift from her dog.
The poor pooch had "explosive diarrhea" but, as Plimpton tells TVGuide.com, was "very considerate" and did her business in the shower. "So I spent my morning feeling really good and cleaning up dog poop," Plimpton says. "I like to keep things in balance."
Mad Men, Modern Family dominate Emmy nominations
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Fresh off the smash Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig is ready to plunge into what she refers to as her "passion project": a film titled Imogene. The dark comedy has been green-lit, according to Variety...
Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons
Reactions to the Emmy nominations announced Thursday have poured in:
Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife, Lead Actress in a Drama Series: "I am so excited that our show, The Good Wife, has been recognized in such a big way this year. It is very gratifing to work with such an amazing cast, crew, producers, and writers. I feel very lucky."
Steve Buscemi, Kyle Chandler
Mad Men topped the prime-time Emmy nominations Thursday with 19, while new faces and the long overlooked Friday Night Lights finally broke ...
Wednesday's episode of Big Brother 13 offered another hour of insanity, and no, I'm not talking about the "shocking" reveal we've known about for a week. Yes, Evel Dick is out of the game, and while that surprise did send shockwaves through the house, tonight's winner of craziest gameplay is none other than our horny church deacon Keith. (Although the temper tantrum thrown by every member of the veterans' team but Jeff was a close second). Oh, yeah, and there was a veto competition and ceremony. So, who won? Did the nominations change? And more importantly, will there even be an evicition? Let's find out...