he darkly intimate 1960s-era drama "Mad Men" and the comedy romp "Modern Family" were the top honorees at Sunday's Emmy Awards as American life past and present proved a winning formula.
The darkly intimate 1960s-era drama "Mad Men" and the comedy romp "Modern Family" were the top honorees at Sunday's Emmy Awards as American life past and present proved a winning formula.
"Mad Men" is winner of a third consecutive Emmy Award as best drama series.
Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show" has won its eighth consecutive Emmy Award for best variety, music or comedy series.
Bryan Cranston's portrayal of a meth dealer in "Breaking Bad" and Kyra Sedgwick's role as a brassy deputy police chief in "The Closer" earned the pair top drama series acting Emmy Awards on Sunday.
Rehearsals are in full swing in downtown Los Angeles in preparation for Sunday evening's 62nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards, going live to all U.S. time zones, while a few lavish opportunities for celebrities to fetch freebies before the show are occurring farther away in Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. Here's the latest happenings:
When the Emmy Awards air Sunday, more is at stake than whether "30 Rock" wins its fourth consecutive best-series trophy, "Mad Men" its third or "Glee" its first.
Jimmy Fallon wants your tweet to be part of the Emmy Awards.
Late-night ratings sank over the past three months, despite the attention and extraordinary television created over the winter by the drama of Mr. Leno taking back "The Tonight Show" from Conan O'Brien.