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  • TNT's Emmy campaign mailer: packed with drama

     
    Up until a few years ago, TNT was a major Emmy player primarily in the TV movie and miniseries races, with entries like "Door to Door" (best TV movie, 2003) and "Joseph" (best miniseries, 1995). Nowadays the network's tag line -- "We Know Drama" --...
  • 'Modern Family' star Ty Burrell on Emmys, TCA Awards and the big gay kiss-off

     
    For the last three years, "30 Rock" has crushed all rivals in the race for best comedy series, but it now faces two serious new rivals: "Modern Family" and "Glee." Some Emmy pundits believe "Modern Family" has the best shot to win because Emmy voters,...
  • Emmy poll: Can 'Glee,' 'Modern Family' or 'Nurse Jackie' beat '30 Rock'?

     
    "30 Rock" keeps rolling along at the Emmys, It won best comedy series for the last three years. In fact, it's never lost and maybe it will keep winning like "Frasier," which triumphed five consecutive times. After all, "30 Rock" may be irresistible. It'...
  • Emmys love only a few funny featured fellows

     
    Since it was created in 1979, the supporting actor in a comedy series category at the Emmy Awards has been dominated by just a few good men. Indeed, only 18 men have prevailed in the 31 races, including four-time champs John Laroquette ("Night Court") and...
  • HBO hopes 'True Blood' reruns will bleed green

     
    Vampires are hot, but what about vampire reruns? HBO will find out soon enough. The pay-cable channel is starting to shop repeats of "True Blood" to commercial cable networks. The show, which just started its third season, has turned into......
  • Nothing funny about repeat winners in comedy supporting actress Emmy race

     
    Since the supporting actress comedy category was established at the Emmy Awards in 1979, just 19 women have taken home this award. Funny ladies Rhea Pearlman ("Cheers," 1984-86, 1989) and Doris Roberts ("Everybody Loves Raymond," 2001-03, 2005) each won...
  • 'Office' Spinoff Makes First Hire

    No one -- including the show's executive producers -- knows exactly what NBC's "Office" spinoff will look like yet. But there are signs that the new series is starting to come together. Chief among them: The spinoff has signed its first actor in "Human...
  • In comedy, Emmys make some unpopular picks

    In comedy, Emmys make some unpopular picks
    MASS appeal for Emmy-nominated comedies is hardly a laughing matter. In an echo of recent years, the category is once again largely dominated by specialized, sophisticated comedies embraced by critics and showbiz insiders but not by a broad audience....
  • TNT Lures Ray Romano Back to TV

    Ray Romano is teaming with one of his "Everybody Loves Raymond" writers for a pilot at TNT -- but it's a drama, not a comedy. Romano and Mike Royce have received a pilot order for a show called "Men of a Certain Age," which will star Romano as a guy...
  • Q: What happened to Reba, What I Like About You, The Shield, Soul Train, Girlfriends etc.?

    A: Girlfriends? After eight seasons, the CW Network chose not to renew their show, Girlfriends.  The show aired its final episode on February 11, 2008. A: Reba? The CW Network's contract to broadcast reruns of Reba as part of their CW Daytime lineup...
  • Joe Namath, Keith Hernandez, Yogi made TV cameos

     
    The other day I did the last of my annoying "My Boys" posts for the year - in which I discuss the appearances by two current Cubs and mention past athlete cameos on shows about fictional sportswriters, such as Deacon......