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Daytime Emmy nominations: 'Young and the Restless' leads CBS

Daytime Emmy nominations: 'Young and the Restless' leads CBS
The Young and the Restless tallied 23 nominations as honors were announced this morning for the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Restless’ impressive take helped CBS lead all networks with 50 overall nominations. PBS and ABC followed, with 44 and 38 nods, respectively.

General Hospital, which earned 19 nominations, joined Restless in the race for Outstanding Drama Series, and Sesame Street received 17 nods, including three for Kevin Clash, the voice of Elmo who faces allegations of sexual misconduct.

Good Morning America and Today will bring their ratings rivalry to the Emmys, where they’ll be joined by CBS Sunday Morning in the Outstanding Morning Program category.
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Daytime Emmy Nominations 2013: Ellen DeGeneres, The View & More

The nominations are in! Ellen DeGeneres, The View and General Hospital lead the pack in the 2013 Daytime Emmy nominations.

Sam Champion read the 2013 Daytime Emmy Nominations on Good Morning America on May 1, and it’s a great list! General Hospital and The Young & The Restless were some of the many shows nominated, while Ellen DeGeneres, Katie Couric and the lovely ladies of The View are some of the hosts nominated. Read on for the full list.

Daytime Emmys 2013 — Full List Of Nominations

Outstanding Drama Series

The Bold and the Beautiful, CBS

Bradley P. Bell, Executive Producer

Rhonda Friedman, Edward J. Scott, SupervisingProducers

Ronald W. Weaver, Senior Producer

Mark Pinciotti, Coordinating Producer

Cynthia J. Popp, Colleen Bell, Casey Kasprzyk, Producers

Days of Our Lives, NBC

Ken Corday, Executive Producer

Lisa de Cazotte, Greg Meng, Co-Executive Producers

Janet Drucker, Tim Stevens, Coordinating Producers

Albert Alarr, Producer

General Hospital , ABC

Frank Valentini, Executive Producer

Mary-Kelly Weir,
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Afternoon Delight: Jane Lynch is "Dropping the Soap," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" renewed

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Good afternoon and happy Monday!

Happy birthday to Thora Birch, Alex Kingston, Lisa Loeb, Cathy Lewis and Nicol Paone!

Not surprisingly, The Ellen DeGeneres Show has been renewed though the 2016-2017 season. Way to go Ellen!

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ABC Family has announced its summer premiere dates! The new season of Pretty Little Liars returns on Tuesday, June 11 at 8 pm and Jennifer Lopez’s new lesbian series The Fosters will debut Monday, June 3 at 9pm. This is going to be one gay-ass summer!

Speaking of returning shows with queer characters, new episodes of All My Children debut on April 29 via, Hulu Plus and iTunes.

Lily Tomlin posed with Tina Fey and Paul Rudd at the New York premiere of their comedy Admission.

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The trailer
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Blu-ray Review: The Event Complete Series – Gripping TV Series That Will Never Conclude…

Some television series are definitely a better watch on Blu-ray and The Event is a prime example. Released yesterday on Blu-ray, read on for our review…

What if there was a cover-up so big that even the President was on a need-to-know basis? And what if some average guy stumbled upon the truth – a secret so powerful it could literally change the course of humanity? You think that guy would stand a chance of survival? From Nick Wauters (Eureka) and Steve Stark (Medium) comes a suspense-filled journey where the answers only lead to bigger questions. What will you Believe?

Packed with action, suspense, mystery and drama, The Event is more than a television show: it’s a spectacle! Creator Nick Wauters must have felt like he was on to a winner here, churning out a series that he thought would keep viewers engaged and actively seeking the next episode… Unfortunately
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An Interview with Blair Underwood and Virginia Madsen (Video)

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After long very long wait, The Event returned last week for the second half of season one. We spoke with series' star Blair Underwood and newest cast member Virginia Madsen about the show and life beyond earth.

Fans of the show may have noticed a few changes — first and foremost no more flashbacks. Blair talked about the shift in style noting, "A lot of viewers felt that it was hard to follow and complicated."

Madsen, a fan of the show before joining the cast, interjected, "I liked that part." But Underwood explained that the use of flashbacks from here on in will be minimal and that the story will now be told in a more linear fashion.

But one thing about the show that will not change is the constant twists and turns in the plot. Both actors admitted that they like to see the
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‘The Event,’ Season 1, Episodes 11-12, ‘And Then There Were More’ and ‘Inostranka’: TV Recap

‘The Event,’ Season 1, Episodes 11-12, ‘And Then There Were More’ and ‘Inostranka’: TV Recap
Photo by Adam Rose – © NBC Universal, Inc. Taylor Cole and Sarah Roemer in “The Event.”

It’s back. I’m talking about ‘The Event,” the second half of its first season, to be exact. There are two episodes to recap, so let’s jump right in.

The first hour, “And Then There Were More”, picks up pretty much where the last episode (remember that?) left off: Thomas, the alien who has rebelled against his mother Sophia, has sent a message to his home planet.
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'The Event': Was it worth the three-month wait for you?

The return of "The Event" to NBC Monday night was billed as a relaunch of the series, with the implication that the two-hour episode could bring some new viewers in while keeping the hook in for those who have been with the show since the fall.

But if you were just coming to the show, I hope you paid very close attention to the "previously on" -- because if you weren't already up to speed on much of what was happening, it's hard to see these two episodes making a ton of sense. (Perhaps this will help you.) Heck, even as someone who watched all the fall episodes and wrote about most of them, I found myself going back to old notes more than once.

On the upside, "The Event" did move things forward on several fronts -- most notably in revealing Thomas' plan -- in these episodes. Had "And
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The Event Returns: What Did You Think?

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The two hour return of The Event brought us right into the thick of Thomas' plan and answered many questions we were left with from the winter finale. 

In the first couple minutes of "And Then There Were More," we learned that the signal Thomas sent out was to inform his people that they were preparing for their arrival.

Blake is not an idiot and quickly realized that this meant Thomas planned the arrival of their kind as a form of attack on our world. Therefore, he volunteered to oversee the questioning of the prisoners.

A part of me really would love to hate Blake, I would definitely want a man like him in our Presidential cabinet. Blake has proved time and time again that he is as loyal as they come. A true patriot.

The second hour of The Event, "Inostranka," mainly focused on Blake's and Thomas' visit to the prison facility.
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'The Event' exec: 'Storylines will pay off'

'The Event' exec: 'Storylines will pay off'
The Event producer Jeffrey Reiner has promised that fans will be satisfied by future episodes. In an official NBC interview, he claimed that the series will "pay off all [of its] disparate stories" when it returns after a three-month hiatus. "It's really coming to a boiling point," he claimed. "The President (Blair Underwood) is going to understand very definitively what Sophia's people want and what they're going to do. "Each side is coming to these definitive moments where they're going to have to make these huge decisions." Reiner also suggested that the introduction of Virginia Madsen as Senator Catherine Lewis (more)
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The Event Sneak Peeks: Special Two-Hour Episode on March 7

The Event returns from a slightly long winter hiatus with a two-hour episode on Monday, March 7. Below are 7 sneak peeks and a synopsis for the episodes from NBC:

The White House And Sleepers Grapple With Thomas´S Plan

Roger Bart, Hal Holbrook, Virginia Madsen, Clea DuVALL, And Chris Matthews Guest Star In The 2-hour Midseason Return

President Martinez (Blair Underwood) and his longtime Chief of Staff (guest star Roger Bart, "Desperate Housewives") charge the intelligence community with decrypting Thomas´s (Clifton Collins, Jr.) satellite message, but more importantly determining to whom it was sent. While they are distracted, Thomas unveils a surprise attack, but he does not anticipate a heroic stand-off with Blake Sterling (Željko Ivanek), who learns an important lesson about Sleepers from Maya (guest star Clea DuVall, "Conviction").

Meanwhile, newly appointed Alaskan Senator Catherine Lewis (guest star Virginia Madsen, “Sideways”) threatens to divulge information about the Mt. Inostranka
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Virginia Madsen 'excited by Event role'

Virginia Madsen 'excited by Event role'
Virginia Madsen has claimed that she is excited to be joining the cast of The Event. The actress, who recently signed up to play Alaskan senator Catherine Lewis, revealed in an official NBC interview that she has watched the show since the pilot. "I was a fan of the show before I was [cast] and it's my son's favourite show," she explained. "To be able to actually walk into this world is very exciting to me, because I kind of feel like I'm getting the inside scoop!" Madsen revealed that her character will uncover new information about the alien containment facility at Inostranka, (more)
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Virgina Madsen 'excited by Event role'

Virgina Madsen 'excited by Event role'
Virginia Madsen has claimed that she is excited to be joining the cast of The Event. The actress, who recently signed up to play Alaskan senator Catherine Lewis, revealed in an official NBC interview that she has watched the show since the pilot. "I was a fan of the show before I was [cast] and it's my son's favourite show," she explained. "To be able to actually walk into this world is very exciting to me, because I kind of feel like I'm getting the inside scoop!" Madsen revealed that her character will uncover new information about the alien containment facility at Inostranka, (more)
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The Return of The Event: Promo & Clips

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The Event returns in two weeks.

After months off the air and time spent by producers tweaking the series in hopes of a renewal, NBC will welcome this alien-based thriller back with a two-hour episode on March 7. What can fans expect from this return?

Virginia Madsen will debut as Senator Catherine Lewis. Sam and Leila will find a new lead in their search for Samantha. Thomas unveils an attack.

Get an early look at what's on tap via this promo and pair of clips:

Return of The Event

And Then There Were More Sneak Peek
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Virginia Madsen dresses up The Event, previews for March 7 return

Tune in alert and preview clip round up for NBC's cryptic drama, "The Event." "The Event" series. return is March 7th and we have some clips below courtesy of NBC. The videos show off some emotional scenes and the first look at Virginia Madsen, plus some interesting Epk interview footage with some of the stars. "The Event" is back after a midseason cliffhanger, and is coming back with new characters and shifting alliances. Martinez vs. Lewis, Round One Senator Catherine Lewis confronts President Elias Martinez about Inostranka. Martinez Comes Clean Martinez tells his staff the truth about the sleepers and their communications satellite.
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News: Next Gh Tragedy, Ellen Dolan, Mekhi Phifer, Patrick Gibbons

Scoop on the Next General Hospital Tragedy

ABC's General Hospital will kick off the new year by sending its young ones — ranging in age from tots to teenagers — on a Christmas vacation bus trip to snow country. That bus is forced to take an unplanned route due to weather trouble and will skid on black ice and flip over during the December 29 cliffhanger. When the show returns January 3, the bus will plummet down a steep ravine, thanks to some cool CGI tricks.

Says executive producer Jill Farren Phelps. "There will be death. In fact, two people die — one immediately and one later on as a result of an injury."

Mekhi Phifer Set As Lead On Torchwood

Phifer is set to star opposite John Barrowman and Eve Myles in the upcoming fourth season of sci-fi drama.

Selling to Multi-tasking Screen Jumpers

"For the first time ever the average time Us consumers
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Virginia Madsen To Join Cast Of NBC's The Event

Los Angeles, California (X17online) - Virginia Madsen has reportedly signed on for a recurring role with new NBC drama The Event. The Event follows a young man (Jason Ritter) looking for his missing girlfriend (Sarah Roemer), when he "stumbles upon a government conspiracy that is bigger than the president himself". Madsen will play Catherine Lewis, a former attorney who assumes her dead senator husband's post to carry out his political legacy, according to The prime-time drama debuted in September and was picked up for a full Fall 2010-11 season in October. The Academy Award nominated actress can next be seen in Red Riding Hood co-starring Amanda Seyfried. The Event will return Feb. 28, 2011 with 12 new episodes.
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Virginia Madsen to Recur on The Event

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When The Event returns on February 28, it will feature a new, familiar face.

Veteran actress Virginia Madsen has been cast in a recurring role on the struggling NBC drama. She'll portray Catherine Lewis, the widow of a U.S. senator from Alaska, who is focused on carrying out her husband's legacy.

At any cost.

Madsen most recently appeared on ABC's Scoundrels. But fans of The Event might not be discouraged by that show's fate: it was canceled after one abbreviated season.
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Virginia Madsen joins 'The Event'

Virginia Madsen joins 'The Event'
NBC has confirmed to EW that Virginia Madsen (Sideways) will join the cast of its freshman series The Event, in a recurring role. The Oscar-nominated actress, who most recently starred in ABC’s Scoundrels, will play attorney Catherine Lewis, the widow of an Alaskan senator who has inherited his position. Deadline broke the casting news earlier this morning, after initially reporting NBC had offered the role to Friday Night Lights’ star Connie Britton. The Event is currently on hiatus and will return with new episodes on February 28.
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Virginia Madsen Signs on For Recurring Role in 'The Event'

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Virginia Madsen Signs on For Recurring Role in 'The Event'
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NBC's sci-fi drama 'The Event' may be on a three-month hiatus from our screens, but that doesn't mean that production has shut down. It's been announced that Virgina Madsen ('Sideways,' 'Scoundrels') has signed on for a recurring role

According to, the Oscar nominee will play Catherine Lewis, the widow of a Us senator from Alaska who has taken over her late husbands post. "A former powerhouse attorney, the Harvard graduate is determined to carry out her husband's legacy at any cost."

Lewis is described as a "major recurring" character, and the role was reportedly first offered to Connie Britton ('Friday Night Lights,' 'Spin City') back in November.


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