Breaking Bad's farewell tour went out on a high note, as the AMC drama won five awards including drama series at Monday's Primetime Emmy Awards, while Modern Family completed a historic five-peat.
Bad, which also scored drama series last year, became the sixth show to win for its final season after The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Barney Miller, Everybody Loves Raymond and The Sopranos. It's also the first to win the top prizes at ...
Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Julia Louis-Dreyfus
This week, Breaking Bad stars Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston reunited (alongside Veep's Julia Louis-Dreyfus) to play the owners of "Barely Legal Pawn Shop" for an Emmy promo in which Louis-Dreyfus tries to pawn her Best Supporting Actress Emmy for cash to buy an island. Jimmy Fallon fulfilled a childhood dream by playing the "GoldenEye 007" video game against James Bond himself, Pierce Brosnan. Numerous celebrities, including Ben Affleck and former President George W. Bush, accepted the ALS Association's Ice Bucket Challenge. And Taylor Swift just about broke the Internet with the premiere of her new video, "Shake It Off." Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Reid Scott, you may pick up your Luckiest Man Alive trophy whenever you're ready. Scott, who plays Dan on HBO's Veep, has been cast in a role that will leave all men jealous.
Orange is the New Black
There were few surprises at the 30th Annual Television Critics Association Awards. Orange Is the New Black earned Outstanding New Program whileBreaking Bad's final season scored Program of the Year for the second consecutive season.
While last year, Tatiana Maslany beat out favorites like Bryan Cranston to win the Individual Achievement in Drama honors, this year the Orphan Black star got no love from either the TCAs or the Emmys. Instead, Matthew McConaughey took home the award for his work in True Detective, which also got lauded in the Movies, Miniseries and Specials category. Similarly, Veep doubled up its wins with awards for its star and to tie Louie in the Comedy category.
July marks the 25th anniversary of one of television's most iconic series: Seinfeld. And for one cast member, her career is anything but cursed.
After the Emmy-winning comedy signed off in 1998, Julia Louis-Dreyfus added a second Emmy to her collection for The New Adventures of Old Christine in 2006. Now, the 53-year-old is aiming for an Emmy three-peat next month for her hilarious turn on the HBO comedy Veep.
Learn more about Louis-Dreyfus' legendary career, starting with her days on Saturday Night Live and The Simpsons. Plus: See what she says her secret to success is:
Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones topped Thursday's Primetime Emmy nominations with 19, followed by Fargo with 18 and American Horror Story: Coven with 17.
Thrones will duke it out for drama series against reigning champ Breaking Bad,Downton Abbey, House of Cards, four-time champ Mad Men and True Detective.
Look back at last year's Emmys
True Detective, which opted to enter the drama race instead ...
Reid Scott may be best known for his Veep character, sleazy ex-campaign manager Dan Egan, but kids are now recognizing him — or, at least, his voice — for a different reason. Scott returns to Netflix on Friday, June 27 as the streaming service posts a new batch of Turbo FAST episodes.
Scott plays the cartoon's title character, an unlikely racing champ who happens to be a snail. Based on the 2013 film Turbo, Turbo FAST is the first original children's series on Netflix, and the first of several heading to the service under its programming deal with DreamWorks Animation. Unlike its adult live-action series, Netflix is staggering episodes of Turbo FAST, which has a 26-episode order. This is the third batch of five-to-six episodes that Netflix continues to premiere around holidays.
Elspeth Keller and Reid Scott
Did Reid Scott have a spare cell phone at his own wedding? The Veep star, whose character Dan Egan always has an extra cell on him (even during a no-phones wedding for his co-worker), tied the knot over the weekend...
[Warning: Contains spoilers from Sunday's Game of Thrones finale. Read at your own risk!]
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12. Best Timing: Everyone on Playing House knows that Mark once proposed to Emma, well except Mark's now wife Tina. So once an epic fight between Tina and Emma starts up, Maggie tries her best to squash it by saying that everyone has hooked up with Mark at one point or another, including her! Emma is horrified to find out her BFF broke the sacred girl code and...