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  • Why does 'Amazing Race' keep winning the Emmy? Why doesn't anyone gripe about 'The Daily Show's' romp?

     
    There's a cruel double standard applied to the repeat Emmy victories by "The Amazing Race" and "The Daily Show" ??? both of which have swept their categories (best reality program, best variety series, respectively) seven times in a row. When "Race"...
  • From Twitter to CBS pilot: 'Stuff My Dad Says' to star William Shatner

     
    CBS has green-lighted a pilot based on the tweets of an angry old man. William Shatner is set to play the well-intentioned curmudgeon in the production based on Justin Halpern's Twitter account called "Stuff My Dad Says." (We're replacing the......
  • Emmy Awards celebrate Bob Newhart

     
    The TV academy is celebrating Bob Newhart's golden anniversary in show biz with a big bash on June 1. Our own Pete Hammond will be moderating the salute to this sly wit. Among those paying tribute to the TV icon will be costars from both "The Bob...
  • 'Golden Girls' leading lady Rue McClanahan dies at 76

     
    Rue McClanahan, who died Thursday, won the Emmy Award in 1987 for starring as the vivacious Blanche Deveraux on the classic sitcom "The Golden Girls." As the man-eating Southern vixen, McClanahan found the leading role of a lifetime after decades as a...
  • 'Golden Girl' Rue McClanahan dies at 76 [Updated]

     
    Rue McClanahan, who played a man-crazy Southern belle in the seminal '80s sitcom "Golden Girls," died early Thursday of a massive stroke. She was 76. McClanahan had suffered a minor stroke in January during recovery from heart bypass surgery, her......
  • Poll: Will 'Glee' hit a sweet (or sour) note at the Emmy Awards?

     
    Our two Emmy Awards experts -- Chris "Boomer" Beachum and Robert "Rob L" Licuria (AwardsHeaven.net) -- agree that "Glee" will make it onto the ballot for best comedy series. Whether this tuneful take on high school can repeat the feat of reigning three-...
  • Comedy series lead acting Emmy races: By the numbers

     
    Before this year's nominations, the six men up for lead actor in a comedy series counted 25 performance Emmy nominations among them with five wins. (Larry David has piled up an additional 17 nominations and two wins for his creative work on "Seinfeld" and...
  • Emmys love only a few funny featured fellows

     
    Since it was created in 1979, the supporting actor in a comedy series category at the Emmy Awards has been dominated by just a few good men. Indeed, only 18 men have prevailed in the 31 races, including four-time champs John Laroquette ("Night Court") and...
  • Nothing funny about repeat winners in comedy supporting actress Emmy race

     
    Since the supporting actress comedy category was established at the Emmy Awards in 1979, just 19 women have taken home this award. Funny ladies Rhea Pearlman ("Cheers," 1984-86, 1989) and Doris Roberts ("Everybody Loves Raymond," 2001-03, 2005) each won...
  • Bea Arthur, star of 'Golden Girls' and 'Maude,' dies at 86

    Beatrice Arthur, best known as the acerbic Maude Findlay on Norman Lear's sitcom "Maude" and as the strong-willed Dorothy Zbornak on the long-running " The Golden Girls," died today. She was 86. Arthur, a stage-trained actress who was a success on...
  • Actors, actresses and entertainers

    Actors, actresses and entertainers Maila Nurmi, 85; actress created the character Vampira as hostess of late-night TV horror show (Jan. 10) Jack Eagle, 81; a comedian and actor who played Brother Dominic in a Xerox ad during the 1977 Super Bowl (Jan....
  • Golden Girl Rue McClanahan Dies

    Golden Girl Rue McClanahan Dies
    Rue McClanahan, the Emmy-winning actress whobrought the sexually liberated Southern belle Blanche Devereaux tolife on the hit TV series "The Golden Girls," has died. She was 76. Her manager, Barbara Lawrence, said McClanahan died Thursday at1 a.m. at New...