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CBS has committed to airing the Tony Awards for three more years.
The network has signed an agreement with the the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing to telecast the annual award show through 2013. The awards show has been part of the CBS family since 1978.
"For more than three decades, The Tony Awards has been an annual CBS showcase and a big part of our ongoing commitment to support the performing arts on television," said Jack Sussman, executive vp of specials, music and live events. "We look forward to continuing this great partnership and bringing the best of Broadway to our viewers for many years to come."
The 63rd annual Tony Awards received two Emmys this year. »
- By James Hibberd
CBS just closed a new, three-year deal to keep the Tony Awards on the network through 2013. The awards show, which honors theater professionals for distinguished achievement on Broadway, has been on CBS since 1978.
The 65th Annual Tony Awards will be broadcast live in a three-hour ceremony in June 2011 on CBS. “For more than three decades, the Tony Awards has been an annual CBS showcase and a big part of our ongoing commitment to support the performing arts on television,” said Jack Sussman, CBS’ Executive Vice President, Specials, Music, and Live Events, in a statement. “We look forward to continuing this »
- Lynette Rice
The 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were held Sunday night at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Los Angeles. Hosted by Jimmy Fallon, the telecast featured the year's best in television, with the medium's most famous stars showing up to honor their own. After an opening skit featuring Betty White and the cast of Glee (TV) , the show was underway with Lead Actor in a Comedy Series going to Jim Parsons for Big Bang Theory (TV). Parsons, who trumped fellow nominees Alec Baldwin and Monk (TV)'s Tony Shaloub, thanked his fellow cast mates, his director Mark Cendrowski, writers, friends and family. Edie Falco scored a fourth Lead Actress Emmy for her role in Showtime's Nurse Jackie (TV). Being her first comedy win, Falco commented, "This is just the most ridiculous thing that has ever happened in the history of this lovely awards show. I'm not funny!" Even so, Falco »
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The 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Winners! The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences held The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles and broadcast live coast-to-coast exclusively on NBC.
This year's Awards show was hosted by Jimmy Fallon, and celebrated some fresh faces and new programs such as Modern Family, which won best comedy over 30 Rock, which has held to that title for three consecutive years.
But not all winning streaks are meant to be broken: Mad Men took home its third consecutive win for best drama.
Check out the list of the winners below!
Mad MenBreaking BadDexterThe Good WifeLostTrue Blood
Modern Family30 RockCurb Your EnthusiasmGleeNurse JackieThe Office
Outstanding Actor in a Drama
The 2010 Emmy Awards took place at the Nokia Theater Live in Los Angeles last night. It was a huge night for the superb Mad Men and the comedy Modern Family, both of which picked up the main awards on the night.
“To our fans, we are so grateful, we are so thrilled that families are sitting down together to watch a television show, and we’re so happy that you have let us into your families,” said Steven Levitan, Modern Family executive producer said.
“I knew one day I would run somewhere and win a trophy,” He said.
We have posted the full list of winner below, along with a few snaps from the red carpet. Take a look.
**Winner** “Mad Men”
The 62nd Annual Emmy Awards are full of surprises and some first-time winners -- here's a breakdown of who's nabbed a trophy so far! Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Ceries : The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Directing for a Drama Series : Steve Shill, Dexter Lead Actor in a Drama Series : Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad Supporting Actress in a Drama Series : Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife Supporting Actor in a Drama Series : Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad Writing for a Drama Series : Matthew Weiner and Erin Levy, Mad Men Reality Competition Program : Top Chef Lead Actress in a Comedy Series : Edie Falco of Nurse Jackie Lead Actor in a Comedy Series : Jim Parsons from The Big Bang Theory Directing for a Comedy Series : Ryan Murphy of Glee Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series : Jane Lynch of Glee Writing for a Comedy »
- tooFab Staff
The 62nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards falls on the perfect day in Hollywood with sunny skies and moderate summer temperatures for optimal red carpet sauntering.
Jimmy Fallon -- sans Roots, alas -- will bring his wacky and musical brand of comedy and perhaps get help from guest presenters as host for TV's biggest night.
The awards could last three-plus hours, so if you need to switch over to "Mad Men" or "True Blood," we'll still be here to recap every buzzworthy or mundane highlight for you. (All times listed are Eastern.)
8:00 p.m. - This is Hanh Nguyen, on first shift for the Emmys live blog (typos and all). Jimmy Fallon does a "Glee"-centric fund raising skit for the Gleeks so they can atttend the Emmys. How are we feeling about Lea Michele and her bangs. They kiss up to Tina Fey and very clearly diss »
7 items from 2010
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