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Emmy Ratings Fall, Sacked by Football

Jon Cryer, Margo Martindale and Ashton Kutcher

The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Fox averaged some 12.4 million TV fans, an 8 percent drop from last year when the show lured 13.5 million, according to overnight ratings data the Nielsen Co. released Monday.

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8 Scoops About Glee, The Good Wife, Vampire Diaries and More from the Emmys Red Carpet

Nina Dobrev, Alan Cumming

The Emmys red carpet isn't just about fashion: TV's hottest stars arrive with lots of scoop to unload. Stars including Emmy winner Ty Burell, Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev, Glee's Jenna Ushkowitz and The Office's Angela Kinsey unburdened themselves to TVGuide.com about such subjects as Modern Family's Thanksgiving extravaganza, multiple weddings, The Good Wife's ill-advised relationships and a naked Jason O'Mara on Terra Nova.

Modern Family dominates Emmys, Friday Night Lights surprises

1. Modern Family and some great pumpkins: Remember that Thanksgiving episode we teased? Well, the Dunphy and Pritchett families will... read more

New Sing-Off Judge Sara Bareilles Returns to Her A Cappella Roots: "It Was a Really Good Fit"

The Sing-Off, Sara Bareilles

Before she sold a million records, before she had a No. 1 song and before she was nominated for three Grammy awards, Sara Bareilles was kind of a nerd, and she's not afraid to admit it.

"We would choreograph dances at parties instead of doing keg stands. We were all so nerdy together," she tells TVGuide.com of her college years spent in the UCLA a cappella group Awaken A Cappella.

"My experience in an a cappella group totally shaped me at a really impressionable time in my life as a performer. It gave me a lot of my confidence on stage, because I was someone who was really insecure and felt a little lost in college."

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Fans first got a taste of Bareilles' a cappella chops on the Season 2 finale of The Sing-Off when she performed her hit record, "King of Anything" with The Backbeats, but now her expertise will really be put to the test as she takes a spot on the judges panel this season. The singer-songwriter replaces... read more

The Playboy Club Boss on the Difference Between Bunnies and Playmates

Amber Heard and Laura Benanti

The main thing that Chad Hodge wants you to know about his upcoming NBC series The Playboy Club is that it's not about the centerfolds. When Hodge, who last created The CW drama Runaway, was first approached by the studio to do a show about Hugh Hefner's famous Playboy Bunnies, his reaction was, "Is this going to be a scripted version of The Girls Next Door? No, thank you."

But that was before he knew about the rather significant difference between Bunnies and the Playmates. Hef's Bunnies... read more

First Look: Law & Order: SVU Swears In Its New Detectives

Law & Order: SVU

It's the beginning of a new era.

When Law & Order: SVU premieres its 13th season (Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 10/9c on NBC), Mariska Hargitay will be flanked by two new detectives — Goodbye, Christopher Meloni! Hello, Danny Pino and Kelli Giddish!

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Pino takes on the role of... read more

Amy Poehler on the Emmys and the Evolution of Parks and Recreation’s Lovable Leader

Amy Poehler

At the end of last season on Parks and Recreation, Pawnee's most upbeat and tireless civil servant, Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler), was presented with a choice: fulfill a lifelong dream and run for city council or continue dating her boss, the equally smitten Ben. By the end of next week's Season 4 premiere, her decision will be made.

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If Leslie chooses to run, Poehler asks, "How cynical does [she] have to become to win an election? How does it change her?" In the name of Pawnee, she has already read more

Chuck Enlists Rebecca Romijn to … Take Down Chuck?

Rebecca Romijn

Rebecca Romijn is heading to Chuck, but her appearance is bad news for our hero, Entertainment Weekly reports

The former Ugly Betty star will guest-star in the sixth episode this upcoming season as a... read more

Ratings: America's Got Talent Finale Down; Up All Night Off to Strong Start

Christina Applegate, Will Arnett

Amid beginnings and endings among reality shows, America's Got Talent — the summer's most popular show — entertained 14 million viewers as it crowned its latest champ, providing a big lead-in for two new sitcoms ... with mixed results.

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The Winner of America's Got Talent Is...

Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.

After 10 weeks of death-defying and sometimes ridiculous acts, America's Got Talent has named its Season 6 winner.

Check out our fall preview for galleries, scoop, premiere calendars and more!

The final competition came down to jazz singer Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., fan-favorite Silhouettes, music troupe Poplyfe and dancers iLuminate. It was Murphy, who formerly lived on the street and washed cars, who captured America's attention, making him the sixth winner... read more

Fall TV Popularity Contest: Are You a H8R Hater? Love Up All Night, Free Agents?

H8R, Up All Night, Free Agents

Wednesday night brought three new shows to the fall lineup for you to love or hate ... or is it <3 or H8?

Host Mario Lopez kicked off the night with The CW's H8R, a show that allows celebrities to confront those who despise them most with the hopes of changing their minds. In the premiere, Jersey Shore's Snooki cooked an Italian dinner for one of her haters, while The Bachelor's Jake Pavelka attempted to sway one blonde to become a fan.

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