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The Amazing Race
After seven straight wins at the Primetime Emmy Awards for reality-competition series, The Amazing Race was dethroned this year by Top Chef — a loss that Phil Keoghan sees as a positive. "Change is just a really good thing," the Amazing Race host tells TVGuide.com. "And it only makes us want to continue to make a good show, which I think we've done this year." The globe-trotting series' 17th installment kicks off Sunday with a new and heavily-hyped game-changer called the Express Pass. See what Keoghan has to say about the new element, what teams you should watch out for, and if Padma Lakshmi really hit him on the Emmys red carpet.
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
Dare I say it? This year's Emmy Awards show was almost, gasp, Emmy-worthy (well, up until that deadly stretch in the back half; kills the show every time). And with a surprising number of first-time winners, a few of them quite surprising and even for the most part surprisingly satisfying, it rarely felt like a retread of past seasons.
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From Desperate Housewives' Eva Longoria to Bones' Emily Deschanel, see what your favorite TV stars wore on the red carpet for TV's biggest night.
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The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards honored old and new alike Sunday, as Mad Men scored a three-peat as the best drama and freshman breakout Modern Family ended 30 Rock's three-year streak as best comedy series.
The biggest winner of the night was Temple Grandin with five awards. It swept...
TV's biggest night is finally here. Will Mad Men three-peat? Can The Amazing Race and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart win their eighth-straight Emmys? Will 30 Rock four-peat? Or could freshmen ...
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Late-night talker Jimmy Fallon is poised to add a hip comedic spin to the festivities as host of the 62nd annual celebration, presented from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Television's biggest night is highlighted by a starry galaxy of presenters (including Anna Paquin, Will Arnett, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Laurence Fishburne and Eva Longoria Parker) and a salute to George Clooney, who is honored with the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award. As for the top contenders, The Pacific (24 nominations), Glee (19 nominations) and Mad Men (17 nominations) lead the way.
Read on for previews of True Blood, Rubicon, Entourage, the Little League World Series, Border Wars and Drop Dead Diva.
Can't wait for the glitz and glamour of the Emmys red carpet? Starting at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT on Sunday, TVGuide.com is featuring a real-time, exclusive Fashion Cam video stream that will capture stars as they strut their stuff in their designer gowns and allow users to weigh in with their own picks via Twitter and Facebook.
Watch Emmys Red Carpet with Chris Harrison on Sunday, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT on TV Guide Network.