Emmy Awards Fashion: Clash of the Cleavage!
Forget Homeland and Modern Family. Men across the globe were the big winners at last night's Emmy Awards.
Cleavage was indeed in on the red carpet, as one actress after another stopped and posed for photographs with a couple of her major assets showing.
Emmy Awards 2012: List of Winners!
The Emmy Awards basically turned into the Modern Family awards for the third straight year, with ABC’s ensemble hit comedy about a loving, slightly dysfunctional family unit winning best comedy, directing, supporting actor and supporting actress.
Other big winners Sunday night were HBO's Game Change and Showtime's Homeland.
Kelsey Grammer Blames Emmy Snub on Republican Political Views
Kelsey Grammer, the star of Boss on Starz, suggested last night that he may have been snubbed by the Emmys because of his Republican leanings.
Grammer's role as a ruthless Chicago mayor won him a Golden Globe, yet he isn't even among the 2012 Emmy nominees, which Jay Leno was puzzled by.
Emmy Award Nominations: Who Got Snubbed?
Prepare your outrage, television fans.
Nominations for the 2012 Emmy Awards were announced this morning, with anger and shock already building up over the Internet for snubs that include nothing for Nick Offerman or the incredible FX series Justified.
Daytime Emmy Awards 2012: List of Winners!
Saturday night honored the best in non-prime time TV as the Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
"Daytime" is classified as 2 a.m. until 6 p.m., so there was a lot of ground to cover for Anderson Cooper and Oscar the Grouch, who served as co-hosts.
Jimmy Kimmel to Host 2012 Emmy Awards
Jimmy Kimmel is going from late night to primetime. For one night only, at least.
The comedian will host the 2012 Emmy Awards, ABC announced today, joking in a statement he hopes "to do for the Emmys this year what Eddie Murphy did for the Oscars,” referring to Murphy’s extremely short tenure as host of this year’s Academy Awards.
Jersey Shore Emmy Spoof: Jane Lynch Transforms, Mentors "At-Risk Youths"
Emmys host Jane Lynch certainly didn't rein herself in Sunday, taking shots early and often. Amusingly, the Jersey Shore cast played along in a pre-recorded spoof.
Introduced as a CNN report by Anderson Cooper, in what he called "a sobering look at the future of television," Lynch appeared as a woman named Donatella Alberghetti Mangiana D'Borgia (who could almost pass for Teresa Giudice).