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'Behind the Candelabra' leads Creative Arts Emmys winners

'Behind the Candelabra' leads Creative Arts Emmys winners
HBO dominated the Creative Arts Emmys on Sunday night, grabbing 20 awards, including eight for the Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra, the most-awarded program of the night. Other notable winners include Bob Newhart; the TV vet took home his first-ever Emmy for his guest-starring role on The Big Bang Theory.

See the complete list of winners below; an edited version of the nearly four-hour Creative Arts Emmys will air Saturday, Sept. 21, on Fxx.

Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program

Ryan Seacrest, American Idol

Betty White, Betty White’s Off Their Rockers

Tom Bergeron, Dancing With the Stars

Winner: Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn,
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Ted Talks Education, Constitution USA With Peter Sagal

Ted Talks Education, Constitution USA With Peter Sagal
PBS has demonstrated it can compete in the rough-and-tumble of primetime with the breakthrough success of “Downton Abbey.” Yet that only makes it easier to forget how against the grain public television often runs, daring to be wonky – and in some instances, flat-out boring. “Boring” isn’t always bad – “The Newshour” and “Frontline” aren’t afraid to let eyes glaze over, while conveying important news and information – but it won’t cut through the clutter. And it’s the adjective I kept coming back to watching back-to-back specials that premiere May 7, “Ted Talks Education” and the opener to the four-part “Constitution USA With Peter Sagal.”

Introduced as the first Ted event produced specifically for television, and hosted by John Legend (who even sings), “Ted Talks Education” certainly tackles a topic that should be of enormous interest to millions of viewers: How to improve what most would acknowledge is a struggling education system in the U.
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Ben Affleck wins the DGA Award for Argo

After tasting Golden Globe, PGA and SAG Award success, Ben Affleck's acclaimed CIA thriller Argo has now sealed its status as the front-runner for Best Picture at this month's Oscars, with the Director's Guild of America honouring Affleck with the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Films at the 65th annual DGA Awards, which took place last night at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland.

Typically, the winner of the DGA Award goes on to collect the Oscar for Best Director, but with Affleck losing out on an Academy Award nomination to Michael Haneke (Amour), Benh Zeitlin (Beasts of the Southern Wild), Ang Lee (Life of Pi), Steven Spielberg (Lincoln) and David O. Russell (Silver Linings Playbook), the two awards will differ for only the seventh time in history, and the first since 2002 when Roman Polanski won the Oscar for The Pianist after Rob Marshall had
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Ben Affleck wins Directors Guild Award for 'Argo'

Ben Affleck wins Directors Guild Award for 'Argo'
Some people can win for losing.

Ben Affleck claimed the Directors Guild of America Award for Argo on Saturday in Hollywood’s latest thumb-in-the-eye to the small group of filmmakers in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences who failed to nominate him for an Oscar.

“I worked really, really hard to become the best director I could be, by putting in as hours as I can, and banging my head against a wall, berating myself, lying to myself about whether it’s going to work,” Affleck told the crowd, never mentioning the snub. “Basically, I got to a
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DGA Awards TV noms include Lena Dunham, Louis C.K, and Bryan Cranston

DGA Awards TV noms include Lena Dunham, Louis C.K, and Bryan Cranston
Today, the Directors Guild of America announced its nominees for TV and commercials. Some of the shows involved are predictable (Homeland, Mad Men, Louie, Girls), while others aren’t (check out that Reality category!). The list:

Dramatic Series:

Michael Cuesta, Showtime’s Homeland, “The Choice”

Jennifer Getzinger, AMC’s Mad Men, “A Little Kiss

Lesli Linka Glatter, Showtime’s Homeland, “Q&A”

Rian Johnson, AMC’s Breaking Bad, “Fifty-One”

Greg Mottola, HBO’s The Newsroom, “We Just Decided To”

Comedy Series:

Louis C.K., FX’s Louie, “New Year’s Eve”

Mark Cendrowski, CBS’s The Big Bang Theory, “The Date Night Variable”

Bryan Cranston,
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Desperate Housewives Photos & Promo: Gaby vs. The School Volunteer in Episode 8.04

Gaby makes an enemy in the October 16 episode of Desperate Housewives.  While dropping off Juanita at school one day, Gaby disobeys the rules of student drop-offs.  A parent volunteer banishes her to a parking lot located far away, so Gaby decides to get even.

Lynette thinks that Tom might be dating again and uses the kids to try and get information about a potential new relationship.  Bree is shocked to learn that Danielle's new business venture is not as wholesome as she had thought.  Susan will be signing up for an art class to help her get over the guilt of the murder and meets the no-nonsense instructor Andre Zeller.

Guest stars for the episode includes Miguel Ferrer as Andre Zeller, Darcy Rose Byrnes as Penny Scavo, Joy Lauren as Danielle Van De Kamp, Jake Soldera as Benjamin Van De Kamp, Andrea Parker as Jane, Beth Littleford as Dana, Melissa Greenspan as Cindy,
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Robert Downey, Jr. To Be Honored With 25th American Cinematheque Award October 14, 2011

Hollywood – The 25th American Cinematheque Award will be presented to two-time Academy Award® nominee Robert Downey, Jr. at the Cinematheque’s annual benefit gala, American Cinematheque Board chairman Rick Nicita announced today. The presentation takes place Friday, October 14, 2011 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel’s International Ballroom in Beverly Hills.

“The American Cinematheque is extremely pleased to honor Robert Downey, Jr. as the 25th recipient of the American Cinematheque award at our celebration this year,” said Rick Nicita. “The pleasure that we receive from his charismatic and nuanced performances is matched only by the respect that he has earned for his personal and professional journey. The wide range of his talent has kept us enthralled in movies from a biopic like “Chaplin” to outrageous comedies like “Tropic Thunder” to franchises like “Sherlock Holmes” and, of course, “Iron Man.” While we have been enjoying him for years, it seems that he’s
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