For best actor in a comedy winner Jim Parsons, the hottest inquiry of the night was how his Big Bang Theory alter ego would have reacted to the win. "[Sheldon] would have said he knew, but he would have been secretly thrilled and too nervous to talk," Parsons told TV Guide Network the night of his first Emmy win. "He would have said you got it right, you know, something horribly tacky and pompous, but I don't think that way."
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Parsons also shared how he planned to celebrate and what demands to make now in the video below:
When Modern Family returns for its second season, Eric Stonestreet says Cameron will take it one step too far in the name of exercise. "Cam's decided to get healthy again, and he doesn't have the ability to know bike shorts aren't proper attire for him," Stonestreet tells TV Guide Network. When Mitchell won't intervene, the duty will fall to Claire to talk to Cameron about his fashion faux pas.
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To find out more about Stonestreet's inspiration for the role (and the woman behind it), watch the video below:
After a nasty public divorce in 2009, Kate Gosselin put a whole new spin on the single mom label in 2010. Between her new show, Kate Plus 8, her infamous run on Dancing with the Stars and her cameo in the Emmys opening number, Gosselin has yet to slow down this year. "I feel like the years just keep getting crazier and crazier, but it's a fun-crazy," she tells TV Guide Network.
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So why were her eight famous kiddies absent on TV's biggest night? And what's next? Watch the video below to find out:
This October, 30 Rock dares to go where only a few scripted series have gone before: live TV. Following in the footsteps of ER, Will & Grace and The West Wing, the series will shoot a live episode on Oct. 14. Although it may be nerve-wracking (or should we say completely terrifying?), the comedy series has a secret weapon on its side: Studio 8H.
In a ceremony that crowned a number of fresh faces, the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards scored its biggest audience in four years.
Sunday's telecast, which aired live on NBC, attracted more than 13.5 million viewers according to fast national estimates from Nielsen. That's up slightly from last year's CBS broadcast in total viewers (13.47 million), but also down slightly in
Nothing moves things along like a song. It always works for double Emmy winner Glee, and it worked for Late Night host Jimmy Fallon as he hosted a light, fast-moving Emmys. Deft comic turns from Stephen Colbert, Will Arnett and Ricky Gervais kept the proceedings lively — as did a few surprises on the winners list. Welcome to Top Moments, Emmys Edition.
Nurse Jackie star Edie Falco still insists she's not funny. Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston says his third win might be too sweet. Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi reveals that she smacked her competition, literally.
Here's what Sunday's Emmy winners said backstage:
"Honestly, I was rooting for either Michael Emerson or Terry O'Quinn to take it because I'm obsessed with...
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The Emmys red carpet isn't just about fashion: TV's hottest stars arrive with lots of scoop to unload. Stars including Jane Lynch, Tina Fey, Mariska Hargitay and Jim Parsons unburdened themselves to TVGuide.com about such subjects as Sue's new nemesis on Glee, a Modern Family addition, and Betty White's plans on Community.
1. Glee's Sue, Part 2: Jane Lynch's Sue Sylvester may be evil, but new coach Shannon Beiste (Dot Jones) is even more sinister. "In the beginning, Sue is a little threatened by the new football coach, who is a 6'4" woman," says Lynch. "She and Schuester [Matthew Morrison] band together to...