Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien
He may have gotten snubbed in favor of his failed successor Conan O'Brien, but Jay Leno still managed to poke fun at his Emmy shutout on The Tonight Show Thursday.
"The big show business news is that the Emmy nominations were announced today," Leno joked during his monologue. "The good news: The Tonight Show got four nominations! The bad news: I didn't get one of them."
Nominees react to getting Emmy nods
After dropping O'Brien for Leno earlier this year, NBC decided to submit only...
Eric Stonestreet can add "Emmy nominee" to his resume now, but the Modern Family actor isn't expecting any special treatment after today.
"My girlfriend asked if she has to call me 'Emmy nominee' from now on this morning. I said no!" Stonestreet tells TVGuide.com. "I never set out to be nominated for anything, but I always knew it was possible if I was doing the job I hoped to be doing. It's just really nice to say I've been acknowledged by my peers and that people respect the work that I'm doing. I take it very seriously. I'm just...
Katey Sagal and Kurt Sutter
Sons of Anarchy fans know series creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter is not one to hold back.
So it comes as no surprise that soon after Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning — and Sons of Anarchy was nowhere to be found — Sutter took to his blog to rant about the snub.
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"Let's face it, kids, we are the dirty-faced outlaws who no one wants in their...
Matthew Fox, Courteney Cox
It was great to see The Good Wife, Modern Family and Glee get so much Emmys love, but let's face it, we kind of expected it. On the other hand, there were some genuine surprises in the mix — and, as always, some disappointing omissions. Read our take on the nominations, and then post your favorite surprise or most painful snub in the comments section.
The Good Wife, Glee
Joel McHale (Community) and Sofia Vergara (Modern Family) will be announcing the names of this year's Emmy nominations Thursday live at 8:40 a.m. ET. Here's who we think will get the 2010 nods.
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