Emmy season is here! For the next two weeks, voters will be checking off names and shows they think are worthy of getting a nomination come July 18. We at TVGuide.com have a few selections in mind ourselves. First up: our dream ballot for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory topped the third annual Critics' Choice Television Awards Monday.
In addition to the show's Best Comedy Series victory, The Big Bang Theory stars Simon Helberg and Kaley Cuoco also won acting awards for their supporting turns. Cuoco tied with Eden Sher of The Middle.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Sofia Vergara
Modern Family topped Wednesday, but fell to a finale low.
The Season 4 closer drew 9.9 million viewers and a 3.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down half a point from last year and one-tenth from last week. The rest of ...
Charlie McDermott, Patricia Heaton
On this final night of the official broadcast season, let's focus on the good times, shall we? Two of TV's finest comedies, ABC's underappreciated The Middle and the much-honored Modern Family, go out with a flourish, and perhaps a sniffle or two, as the Heck and Dunphy/Pritchett clans experience life-changing and/or affirming ceremonies likely to strike home for many viewers.
Big Bang Theory
Nerds rejoice. The Big Bang Theory and American Horror Story: Asylum led the way with six Critics' Choice Television Awards nominations each. The nominations were announced Wednesday morning.
French Stewart, Charlie McDermott
Graduation is a time to celebrate — but not for Axl on The Middle.
On Wednesday's Season 4 finale (8/7c, ABC), Frankie (Patricia Heaton) wants to throw ...
Candice Glover and Ryan Seacrest
American Idol's final performance show topped Wednesday.
The one-hour broadcast drew 11.6 million viewers and a 2.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, even with last week. Boosted by Idol, Part 2 of So You Think You Can Dance's Season 10 premiere followed with 7.1 million and a 2.3, rising four-tenths from ...
Though as popular as ever, ABC's top comedy Modern Family isn't always the most pleasant company — and in this week's episode (Wednesday, 9/8c), several of the more abrasive and prickly characters (notably, siblings Claire and Mitchell) confront their dark side with sporadically funny if sometimes predictable results.
TV has had its share of good doctors, but The Middle (Wednesday, 8/7c, ABC) has a good dentist: Dr. Goodwin, novice hygienist Frankie Heck's new boss, played with gusto by 30 Rock's Jack McBrayer.
Derek Hough, Kellie Pickler
ABC announced its new fall schedule Tuesday, adding new series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to lead off a brand new Tuesday slate and reducing Dancing with the Stars to one night a week.