Bryan Cranston was "humbled" to win his third Emmy for Best Actor in a Drama Series. Winners, please stop using that cliche. The only thing less humbling than winning an award is winning the same award three times.
The Emmys aren't just about honoring the finest achievements in television. They are also about teaching valuable lessons to us, the home viewers. Lesson #1: Apparently, I love Kyra Sedgwick.
It's time for the increasingly hazardous annual ritual of predicting the shows and performers that will win, while also indulging in one last opportunity to state who or what should win.
I read Eat, Pray, Love after everyone else did, that summer when those three words were all you heard. By the time I was in Bali with Elizabeth Gilbert, I wanted to go back to New York.
And you thought voting members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences only had eyes for cable.
Artistic moments occur when we have hit the pinnacle of our craft. It's these moments that artists strive for. What goes into an artistic moment? It i...
Show the world that there are all kinds of lives to lead and all kinds of celebrating that needs doing.
As you read this, members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences are busily poring over their 2010 Emmy Awards ballots. Here are my suggestions for the top programs and performers.
I'd like to thank Modern Family star Ed O'Neill for buying the home of Good Wife star Julianna Margulies, a property that has been on the market for what feels like a century.
People should stop freaking out over Julie Bowen revealing photos of herself breastfeeding her twins on TV. Here's why!
Given the lack of respectable Modern Family recaps this season, I've decided to gear up for the finale tonight with a full season recap to honor the best 30 minutes of my week.
A peck on the cheek or the kiss between the heterosexual couple? That's "normal." Yet kissing by gays is a hypersexual, physical-only act of pure sex being "shoved down the throat" of America.
The show completely neuters and desexualizes its gay couple. Sure, they never kiss, but they also never even make innuendo or refer to any kind of sexual relationship between the two of them.
With his latest cookbook Steak With Friends debuting and a stint on Top Chef Masters, Chef Rick Tramonto is a busy guy these days.
Could we have predicted that Glee or Modern Family would be hits? Maybe, maybe not. Do people want to see the macro themes of our culture on TV, or are they just looking for escapism?