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Primetime Emmy Awards

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  • Emmys 2013: 'Modern Family' cast celebrates at the HBO party

    Emmys 2013: 'Modern Family' cast celebrates at the HBO party
    The cast of "Modern Family" was jubilant and seemingly everywhere at HBO's annual post-Emmy bash at the Pacific Design Center on Sunday night. The ABC sitcom was riding high thanks to its fourth consecutive Emmy win for best comedy, and star Ty Burrell,...
  • Laura Dern tells all about 'Enlightened'

    Laura Dern tells all about 'Enlightened'
    The HBO series "Enlightened" is impossible to imagine without Laura Dern's portrayal of Amy Jellicoe, the unlikely agent of corporate change who sets the whole story in motion with an unforgettable mascara-streaked meltdown on the job. Dern did more...
  • Peter O'Toole Dies; 'Lawrence of Arabia' Star Was 81

    Irish-born stage and screen actor Peter O'Toole, who became an international star in the title role of David Lean's Oscar-winning epic "Lawrence of Arabia," died on Saturday at age 81. He was undoubtedly one of the greatest actors of his generation....
  • Why It's Hip to Hate 'Homeland'

    Showtime's "Homeland" ended its polarizing third season Sunday night to a particularly polarizing reaction. A cursory review of social media and critics' post-mortems tended to tilt toward a negative assessment, which should come as no surprise: Hating a...
  • Ireland: Production of Pix, TV Drama, Toons Hits Record High

    LONDON -- Spending generated by film, TV drama and animation production in Ireland has never been higher, according to figures published Wednesday by the Irish Film Board, which supports the development of the local biz. The Irish production sector...
  • Louis J. Horvitz Signs On as 'American Idol' Director

    Emmy-winner Louis J. Horvitz will serve as director of the latest "American Idol" installment, Fox announced today. Horvitz joins the singing competition after overseeing live broadcasts of specials including the Academy Awards, the Emmys, the Grammys...
  • 25 years later, looking back at 'Murphy Brown'

     25 years later, looking back at 'Murphy Brown'
    Long before "lean in" became a rallying cry for professional women of America, there was "Murphy Brown." In fall 1988, the sitcom about a brash, unmarried, fortysomething news anchor and recovering alcoholic premiered on CBS. Though it was slow to build...
  • AwesomenessTV Pacts with Universal Cable for Long-Form YouTube Musical Drama

    YouTube is the first-run platform for "Side Effects," a 42-minute musical drama aimed at youth audiences co-produced by DreamWorks Animation's AwesomenessTV and NBCUniversal's Universal Cable Prods. The show is unusual in that it's one of the few...
  • NBCSN, NHL Tap Bobby Farrelly To Hype Hockey

    To promote its "Thanksgiving Showdown" hockey broadcast between the New York Rangers and the Boston Bruins, NBC Sports Network is making use of a talented movie director who knows a thing or two about slapstick. Bobby Farrelly, one half of the famous...
  • 'Downton Abbey' Season 4 Trailer: Miss Mary All Dressed in Black

    The sartorial splendor in British period drama "Downton Abbey" will continue in season four. Still, as this early trailer for the new season shows, it's obvious costume designer Caroline McCall and crew needed to concentrate on a certain color for...
  • Machinima CEO Allen DeBevoise to Step Down

    Machinima co-founder Allen DeBevoise will relinquish the CEO role at the struggling Internet video producer as it searches for a new leader to right the ship. A Machinima rep confirmed that the company has begun a formal search for a new CEO, spinning...
  • CBS Developing New Orleans-Set 'NCIS' Spinoff

    Television's biggest scripted show is about to get bigger. CBS is planning another "NCIS" spinoff, Variety has confirmed. It will center around the Naval Criminal Investigative Service's New Orleans office. The city, with its debauchery and party scene,...