Emmy episode submissions are in. Let the second-guessing begin!
While we've already done our predictions and blathered on about the quality performances that actually deserve to win (i.e. our beloved Homeland), these are the things that would actually make us up jump for joy come Emmy night. Please note: it takes a lot to get us up off our couches.
Jimmy Kimmel and Kerry Washington got up early to read us the Emmy nominations, with Kimmel in his pajamas acting like an idiot doing nothing to help our mood as the Outstanding Comedy announcements were made. We didn't expect everything on our wish list to be acknowledged, but the fact that Community and Parks and Recreation were absent from the big category made us want to smash something, Hulk-style. If only we could get zapped by some gamma radiation before the actual awards on September 23.
Britney Spears playing a dental assistant to John Stamos is something you never thought you'd hear, but so is Kate Gosselin "performing" at the Emmys. Unlike Real Housewives of O.C. Lynn Curtin, who's also in today's news, we're not high ("on life") when reporting these headlines...
In today's headlines, we've got records set, rules adjusted and new endeavors breaking ground. Oh, what tumultuous gales sweep through our TV wasteland.
Great news: Glee can now have an epically boring episode if it wants.
Today's news will probably elicit a fair share of hearty laughs (at Snooki's expense) and horrified gasps (new show about porn). Boozy Chelsea Handler is hosting arguably the most entertaining awards show on television and a much-beloved reverend is now a gay lover. My pearls could not be clutched more tightly.
Some people watched the Emmys, some people didn't, and Jon Hamm is coming back to 30 Rock, hooks in hands.
We see Steven Tyler, Kevin Spacey and a wedding in our future! Are they marrying each other? Is one of them marrying their mic stand, and the other officiating? Read on to find out!
Who earned shiny trophies? See the winners list.