The Screen Actors Guild Awards were held Sunday, and the big ensemble cast winners included Modern Family and Downton Abbey for television comedy and drama, respectively, and Argo for film. Taking home the television acting awards were Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin for 30 Rock, Bryan Cranston from Breaking Bad, and Homeland's Claire Danes.
Here's rundown of some of the night's most memorable moments:
And you thought Tessa might never find anything to like about the suburbs. Turns out wealthy neighbors with connections aren't such a bad thing to have around when you're the birthday girl.
In TVGuide.com's exclusive sneak peek at this week's Suburgatory, Dallas (Cheryl Hines) learns that Tessa's (Jane Levy) 16th birthday party plans include two buddies, pizza, a movie... and that's just not how things are done in Chatswick.
When Suburgatory's Tessa (Jane Levy) turns the big 1-6, the ABC comedy borrows a page from MTV's My Super Sweet 16 and throws an unforgettable birthday bash. "She wants to have a low-key party with just two friends, pizza and rent a movie," Levy says.
But when Dallas (Cheryl Hines) discovers Tessa's plans, she takes matters into her own hands to throw the party of a lifetime. "It's over the top," adds Levy, who never had a Sweet 16 party in real life but...
TLC is hitting the pre-teen party circuit. Outrageous Kid Parties, the cable network's next series, will deliver exactly what the title promises: a look inside big-budget, out-of-control kiddie parties. Insiders describe it as a cross between TLC's Toddlers and Tiaras and MTV's My Super Sweet 16.
When Kirsten Prout's agent suggested she take a role in MTV's My Super Psycho Sweet 16 Part 2, the Twilight: Eclipse actress says she thought, "Are you kidding?"
But once Prout read the script, she loved it. "You can take this material that's geared to a certain demographic, but give it depth, smarten it up, make it fun, and also give it heart," Prout tells TVGuide.com. "It's got that John Hughes feeling, but it's also got that Halloween vibe."