15 items from 2013
That's a wrap for the 2013 Emmys! This year's show had a healthy mix of expected winners like Julia Louis-Dreyfus for Veep and Modern Family for outstanding comedy series, but there were also plenty of surprises as well. Bobby Cannavale took home the Emmy for supporting actor in a drama series for his work on Boardwalk Empire, and Merritt Wever was so astounded by her win for supporting actress in a comedy that she was rendered speechless. The biggest winner of the night, though, was the cast and crew of Breaking Bad, who took home the trophy for outstanding drama series for the first time. Check out all of the winners when you read more. Outstanding Drama Series Breaking Bad Outstanding Comedy Series Modern Family Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series Claire Danes, Homeland Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series Anna Gunn, »
- Becky Kirsch
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have just announced the winners for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards.
It was long overdue, but AMC's "Breaking Bad" finally scored the Best Drama series gong after several years of acting only honors. The show also took home a best supporting actress Emmy for Skyler White herself Anna Gunn. If there was a surprise it was that the show's Bryan Cranston and "House of Cards" actor Kevin Spacey lost the Best Actor in a Drama Series honor to Jeff Daniels from HBO's "The Newsroom".
Other big winners were Steven Soderbergh's "Behind the Candelabra" which dominated the mini-series/telemovie category, and Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" which dominated the variety series category.
- Garth Franklin
"Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus took home her fourth career win, and her second for her HBO comedy, at the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday (Sept. 22), while "Breaking Bad" actress Anna Gunn earned her first award ever for her final season as Skylar White.
The complete winners list below:
Outstanding Actress In A Drama Connie Britton, Nashville Claire Danes, Homeland Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey Vera Farmiga, Bates Motel Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men Kerry Washington, Scandal Robin Wright, House of Cards
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones Christine Baranski, The Good Wife Morena Baccarin, Homeland Christina Hendricks, »
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
- Katie Atkinson
A week before the 65th annual Primetime Emmy Awards rock the entertainment industry, nearly 80 awards were scheduled to be presented at the Creative Arts Emmys ceremony Sunday (Sept. 15) at the Nokia Theatre. Fxx will air an edited version of the Creative Arts Emmys ceremony on Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. Et.
Here is the full list of winners:
The Emmys have begun! The Emmys have begun!
No, we’re not talking about the 2013 Primetime Emmys broadcast — you’ll have to wait till next Sunday, Sept. 22 at 8/7c for that — but rather, the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, handed out at Sunday evening the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles.
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Here’s a list of the majority of winners:
- Michael Slezak
Nearly 80 awards are scheduled to be presented at the Creative Arts Emmys ceremony today at the Nokia Theatre, beginning shortly after 4 p.m Pacific. We’ll be live-blogging the highlights, so keep coming back for updates.
Fxx will air an edited version of the Creative Arts Emmys on Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. Eastern/Pacific.
Past, present and future “Community” showrunner Dan Harmon is joining series star Joel McHale in presenting the first quartet of Emmys, including three for casting and one for guest comedy actress. The final two Emmys, for reality host and reality program, will be announced by next week’s Primetime Emmys host, Neil Patrick Harris.
A couple handfuls of juried Emmys were announced in August, including kudos for “Adventure Time,” “Portlandia,” “The Simpsons” and the Alex Gibney documentary “Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God.”
4:05 p.m.: “Tonight, we honor all the creative »
- Jon Weisman
The Emmy telecast is not eligible to win an Emmy award. But the Oscars, Tonys, Grammys and Golden Globes are — and have all garnered nominations for this year’s ceremony.
Confused? By all means, get in line. Because while variety might be the spice of life, when it comes to the Emmy Awards, the variety categories can be a trifle baffling, throwing together people and programs that at the very least qualify as strange bedfellows, and at the very worst, apples and oranges.
Like the Golden Globes — where TV’s supporting actor/actress balloting encompasses movies, series and even sketch comedy like “Saturday Night Live” — variety has become one of the more expansive catchalls within the Emmy race. In addition, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences revised its rules in 2012, shifting award shows, concerts and entertainment connected to sporting events into special class programming, excluding them from consideration as best “variety special. »
- Brian Lowry
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominations for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards this morning.
The most notable news was that Netflix's "House of Cards" marks the first series released exclusively online to score nominations in the major categories.
"Game of Thrones," "Breaking Bad," "Homeland," "Downton Abbey," "Mad Men," and "The Good Wife" dominated the drama categories. "30 Rock," "Louie," "Modern Family," "Veep," "Girls," and "The Big Bang Theory" scored numerous nominations for comedy. "Behind The Candelabra," "Phil Spector," "Top Of The Lake" and "American Horror Story: Asylum" dominated the mini-series & movies categories.
Surprising shutouts this year include a massive snub of AMC's "The Walking Dead" and basically all of FX's line-up like "The Americans," "Archer," "Justified" and "Sons of Anarchy". Also missing out are the likes of Rob Lowe for "Behind the Candelabra," Corey Stoll for "House of Cards," Steve Buscemi for "Boardwalk Empire," Julianna Margulies for "The Good Wife, »
- Garth Franklin
Related: 2013 Primetime Emmy Nominations (Live) Nomination Summary – 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards 17 Nominations American Horror Story: Asylum 16 Nominations Game Of Thrones 15 Nominations Behind The Candelabra Saturday Night Live 13 Nominations Breaking Bad 30 Rock 12 Nominations Downton Abbey Mad Men Modern Family 11 Nominations Homeland Phil Spector 10 Nominations Boardwalk Empire 9 Nominations Dancing With The Stars House Of Cards The Oscars 8 Nominations The Big Bang Theory Top Of The Lake 7 Nominations So You Think You Can Dance 6 Nominations The Borgias The Colbert Report The Daily Show With Jon Stewart The Girl Louie Survivor 5 Nominations The Amazing Race Ethel Girls The Good Wife London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House Of God Nurse Jackie Parade’s End Political Animals Project Runway 66th Annual Tony Awards Veep The Voice 4 Nominations Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown Crossfire Hurricane Deadliest Catch Glee How I Met Your Mother Jimmy Kimmel Live The Kennedy Center Honors Louis C.K.: Oh My God »
- NIKKI FINKE, Editor in Chief
Louis C.K.: Oh My God Saturday, April 13 HBO, 10pm Et/Pt To say Louis C.K. has been on a roll is an understatement. The past few years have seen the once-journeyman comic strike it big with a series of highly successful standup specials and a series on FX that has become a bona fide TV revelation. But with the announcement that Louie won’t return until 2014, the best rabid Louis C.K. fans (I’ll unapologetically count myself in that number) have to look forward to is an entirely new hour of standup. Oh My God probably isn’t his best hour — [...]
The post Louis C.K.: Oh My God shows HBO audiences the comic’s more confident side appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Stacey Harrison
After unveiling a witty trailer that deconstructed the usual tricks of comedy special promos two weeks ago, Louis C.K. has followed up with a shorter but still very charming spot for "Louis C.K.: Oh My God" that features him providing different reads on and explanations of that title, from stunned to disgusted. The hour-long special, which C.K. directed and executive produced himself, is the comedian's second for HBO -- it was taped at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix in front of a live audience. It premieres Saturday, April 13th at 10pm, but C.K. will selling it on his website, LouisCK.com, for $5 in September.
- Alison Willmore
After unveiling a witty trailer that deconstructed the usual tricks of comedy special promos two weeks ago, Louis C.K. has followed up with a shorter but still very charming spot for "Louis C.K.: Oh My God" that features him providing different reads on and explanations of that title, from stunned to disgusted. The hour-long special, which C.K. directed and executive produced himself, is the comedian's second for HBO -- it was taped at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix in front of a live audience. It premieres Saturday, April 13th at 10pm, but C.K. will selling it on his website, LouisCK.com, for $5 in September. »
- Alison Willmore
The winner of three Emmys, Louis C.K. has been on TV screens recently in his self-penned, unique take on a sitcom, Louie. Now, for his fourth stand-up special, he’s taken to a Phoenix theatre to unleash Louis C.K.: Oh My God upon the world.
Filmed in the Celebrity Theatre, the show will cover ‘the food chain, animals, divorce, strange anecdotes, broken morality, murder and mortality.’ To promote the HBO debut of the show, Louis C.K. has given us this Epic trailer:
Although this trailer contains many of the cliches you’d expect to see in a run-of-the-mill stand-up promo, it’s Louis C.K.’s self-deprecating, knowing tone that really sets this apart. And let’s not mention that fact that he’s wearing a suit.
- Katy Moon
ABC plans to adapt Oscar-nominated documentary "How to Survive a Plague" into a scripted miniseries. Hollywood Reporter Tony-winner Idina Menzel will return to Broadway in 2014 in new musical from the makers of "Next to Normal." Theater Mania "We Saw Your Junk," a parody of Seth MacFarlane's Oscar song "We Saw Your Boobs," goes viral online. Today Tina Fey has no intention of hosting the Oscars. Guardian Louis C.K. returns to HBO for comedy special, "Louis C.K.: Oh My God," which is set to air on Saturday, April 13, at 10pm. Last year, C.K. won an Emmy for writing an FX comedy special, "Live at the Beacon Theater." Alabama Shakes enjoys sales bump despite post-Grammys sales drop, thanks in part to performance on "Saturday Night Live." Variety Oscar-nominated documentary short "Kings Point" will premiere on HBO on Monday, March 11. »
15 items from 2013
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