The nominations for the 40th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards were announced and CBS came out on top in total nominations, with 50. PBS trailed behind with 44 nominations, and ABC earned 38. For CBS, it was The Young and the Restless that helped it hit the top spot, earning almost half of the network's nominations, with 23. For ABC, it was General Hospital, which secured 19 nominations.
He delivers laughs regularly on his ABC late night talk show, his episode clips have a tendency to go viral (especially when they involve parents video taping their kids disappointed reactions), and he made a splash with his post-Oscars episode, so who better to host the Emmy awards this year than Jimmy Kimmel?
The great thing about the Grammy Awards is that there’s really a little something for everyone... excluding people who just don’t like music. Whether you’re watching to see music legends like Tony Bennett, Paul McCartney or the Beach Boys take the stage, or because you’re really hoping Lady Gaga, Adele, Nicki Minaj or some other “newer” artist will win an award, the ceremony typically delivers and last night was no exception.
I’m sure I’m not alone in thinking that last night’s Golden Globes didn’t feature quite enough Ricky Gervais. The host took the stage numerous and fired a few comedic shots into the crowd, some of which hit and others not so much, but over all, it sounds like NBC was pleased with his efforts.
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards air tonight, celebrating some of the best of the last year’s film and television. We’re live-blogging the event and updating the winners. You can join in on the fun and weigh in with your opinions live as it all plays out. How will Ricky Gervais do as host this time around? Will our favorites take home awards? Who’s
The people have spoken, or judging by the list of winners among the TV categories of the 2012 People’s Choice Awards, the young people have spoken, with Pretty Little Liars, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries among the series that went home with awards last night.
The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations were announced this morning. Things are looking pretty similar to last year’s nominations. While network TV still seems to reign supreme among acting talent in today’s TV comedies, at least, according to SAG, anyway, the actors among some of today’s best cable series nearly dominated the drama categories, with a few notable exceptions.
Many of us who tune in for the big awards shows expect to be served an appetizer before the main event. Fox is delivering there, as the network announced today that Countdown to the Emmys will air before The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards next month. Nancy O'Dell, Amanda Byram, and Mark Thompson have been signed on host.
The current contract would not have been up for another three years, but as Academy Executive Director Bruce Davis put it, “This time around we want to get a head start."
The 2009-2010 Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Awards were handed out tonight and HBO came out on top, earning itself a total of seventeen awards. John Lithgow, Ann-Margret, Anne Hathaway, Neil Patrick Harris and Betty White also have cause to celebrate.
With the MTV Video Music Awards less than a month away, it’s good to hear that MTV has a host lined up for the anticipated event. This year’s host is Chelsea Handler and she promises she’ll be herself on this job.
As if the Teen Choice 2010 awards ceremony wasn’t already packed with nomination categories, Fox released a new list of additional nominations, which should please fans of Glee, Community and The Vampire Diaries, among others!
If these nominations are any indication of what teens like, Gossip Girl, Glee and Jersey Shore are very popular amongst the under-twenties. Below are the TV-related nominations as listed by Fox.
Movies were celebrated, singers performed, awards were handed out and I’m pretty sure the F-word made it through the censors. Check out some of the video highlights from the 2010 MTV Movie Awards
For those of you who adore Jimmy Fallon’s comedic stylings, you’re going to want to check out the Emmy’s when they air this summer. NBC announced today that comedian and talk show host Jimmy Fallon has signed on host the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards.