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Bruce Springsteen, Metallica, Eminem to Appear in HBO Veterans Day Concert

Bruce Springsteen, Metallica, Eminem to Appear in HBO Veterans Day Concert
This Veterans Day, Bruce Springsteen, Eminem, Rihanna, Dave Grohl, Metallica will be among numerous artists who will head to the National Mall in Washington D.C. on November 11th for "The Concert of Valor," an all-star event that will pay tribute to armed services. The special, which also features performances by Carrie Underwood and the Zac Brown Band, will air live on HBO at 7 p.m. Est.

Tom Hanks will serve as executive producer and appear on the special, while Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep, Jamie Foxx, Rolling Stone cover star
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2010 Primetime Emmy Award Winners!

The 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Winners! The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences held The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles and broadcast live coast-to-coast exclusively on NBC.

This year's Awards show was hosted by Jimmy Fallon, and celebrated some fresh faces and new programs such as Modern Family, which won best comedy over 30 Rock, which has held to that title for three consecutive years.

The night's biggest shocker winner was Bravo's Top Chef, who knocked out The Amazing Race from its seven-year winning streak.

But not all winning streaks are meant to be broken: Mad Men took home its third consecutive win for best drama.

Check out the list of the winners below!

Outstanding Drama

Mad MenBreaking BadDexterThe Good WifeLostTrue Blood

Outstanding Comedy

Modern Family30 RockCurb Your EnthusiasmGleeNurse JackieThe Office

Outstanding Actor in a Drama

Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad
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2010 Primetime Emmy Awards Winners

The 2010 Emmy Awards took place at the Nokia Theater Live in Los Angeles last night. It was a huge night for the superb Mad Men and the comedy Modern Family, both of which picked up the main awards on the night.

“To our fans, we are so grateful, we are so thrilled that families are sitting down together to watch a television show, and we’re so happy that you have let us into your families,” said Steven Levitan, Modern Family executive producer said.

Man Men picked up is third award for Best Drama, with creator Matthew Weiner dashing to the stage to pick up the gong.

“I knew one day I would run somewhere and win a trophy,” He said.

We have posted the full list of winner below, along with a few snaps from the red carpet. Take a look.

Outstanding Drama

**Winner** “Mad Men

Breaking Bad

Dexter
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2010 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Award Winners

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards on NBC tonight 8/29 in Los Angeles. The show was hosted by Jimmy Fallon and you can view a list of the major winners below. I gotta be honest... I was rooting for Dexter for best Drama, but I can't complain that Mad Men won again. After all it is a great show. Check out the list of winners below and let us know what you thought of the Emmy winners! 

Outstanding Drama

"Mad Men" - Winner

"Breaking Bad"

"Dexter"

"The Good Wife"

"Lost"

"True Blood"

Outstanding Comedy

"Modern Family"- Winner

"30 Rock"

"Curb Your Enthusiasm"

"Glee"

"Nurse Jackie"

"The Office"

Outstanding Actor in a Drama

Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad")- Winner

Hugh Laurie ("House M.D.")

Jon Hamm ("Mad Men")

Kyle Chandler ("Friday Night Lights")

Matthew Fox ("Lost")

Michael C. Hall ("Dexter")

Outstanding Actress in a Drama

Kyra Sedgwick
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Announcing the 2010 Emmy Winners!

This year's Emmys have come to a close, and I'm still surprised by some of the unexpected winners. The voters gave lots of love to new shows with Modern Family winning the big award for outstanding comedy series (and a win for Eric Stonestreet!). It was also a night for repeat honorees with the cast of Mad Men and Bryan Cranston both taking the stage for a third time. Jimmy Fallon kicked things off with a fun musical number (watch it again here), and the night had several laugh-out-loud moments (George Clooney's Modern Family video cameo was a personal fave). I was in the press room throughout the night, so don't forget to check out what the stars had to say about winning, along with our Emmys coverage from across the Sugar network. Then stop by later as I recap all of the major highlights right here on Buzz.
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Announcing the 2010 Emmy Winners!

This year's Emmys have come to a close, and I'm still surprised by some of the unexpected winners. The voters gave lots of love to new shows with Modern Family winning the big award for outstanding comedy series (and a win for Eric Stonestreet!). It was also a night for repeat honorees with the cast of Mad Men and Bryan Cranston both taking the stage for a third time. Jimmy Fallon kicked things off with a fun musical number (watch it again here), and the night had several laugh-out-loud moments (George Clooney's Modern Family video cameo was a personal fave). I was in the press room throughout the night, so don't forget to check out what the stars had to say about winning, along with our Emmys coverage from across the Sugar network. Then stop by later as I recap all of the major highlights right here on Buzz.
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Emmys 2010 winners list

The 2010 Emmy Awards were a bit surprising -- very few of the favorites actually took home the hardware. Did your favorites win?

Here is the complete list of Emmy winners from the Sunday, Aug. 29 telecast, followed by the list of Creative Arts Emmys, which were given out Saturday, Aug. 21:

Drama Series:

"Breaking Bad"

"Dexter"

"The Good Wife"

"Lost"

"Mad Men"

"True Blood"

Best Comedy Series:

"30 Rock"

"Curb Your Enthusiasm"

"Glee"

"Modern Family"

"Nurse Jackie"

"The Office"

Lead Actress in a Comedy:

Lea Michele, "Glee"

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, "The New Adventures of Old Christine"

Edie Falco, "Nurse Jackie"

Amy Poehler, "Parks and Recreation"

Tina Fey, "30 Rock"

Toni Collette, "The United States of Tara"

Lead Actor in a Comedy:

Jim Parsons, "The Big Bang Theory"

Larry David, "Curb Your Enthusiasm"

Matthew Morrison, "Glee"

Tony Shalhoub, "Monk"

Steve Carell, "The Office"

Alec Baldwin, "30 Rock"

Lead Actor in a Drama:

Bryan Cranston, "Breaking Bad"

Michael C. Hall,
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2010 Emmy Awards: 'Modern Family' triumphs, 'Mad Men' wins again

2010 Emmy Awards: 'Modern Family' triumphs, 'Mad Men' wins again
Modern Family triumphed with trophies for best comedy, best supporting actor and writing, while Mad Men won its third consecutive Emmy for best drama at the 62nd Primetime Emmys, held Sunday in Los Angeles and broadcast on NBC.

HBO, as usual, ruled in the movies categories, with multiple wins for Temple Grandin and the miniseries The Pacific. Al Pacino also won for You Don’t Know Jack.

Wins for ABC’s freshman comedy began early with trophies for creators Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd for writing, and co-star Eric Stonestreet (Cameron Tucker), who accepted the prize for supporting actor by
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2010 Primetime Emmy Winners

2010 Primetime Emmy Winners
These are the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Award nominations and winners!

Best Series, Comedy

"30 Rock"

"Curb Your Enthusiasm"

"Glee"

"Modern Family" -- Winner!

"Nurse Jackie"

"The Office"

Best Series, Drama

"Breaking Bad"

"Dexter"

"The Good Wife"

"Lost"

"Mad Men" -- Winner!

"True Blood"

Outstanding Made for Television Movie

"Endgame"

"Georgia O'Keefe"

"Moonshot"

"The Special Relationship"

"Temple Grandin" -- Winner!

"You Don't Know Jack"

Outstanding Miniseries

"The Pacific" -- Winner!

"Return to Cranford"

Lead Actress, Drama Series

Connie Britton,
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Betty White Scores Emmy Win for `SNL' Hosting Gig

Los Angeles – The Betty White phenomenon keeps getting bigger.White won an Emmy Award for best guest actress in a comedy series for her turn as "Saturday Night Live" host. The honor came Saturday at the creative arts ceremony that is precursor to the main Aug. 29 Emmy show.The trophy is the fifth prime-time Emmy received by the 88-year-old White, according to the TV academy. Her previous honors came for classic sitcoms including "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Golden Girls."So far this year, besides the "SNL" gig, White made a splash with the new TV Land sitcom "Hot in Cleveland," scored with a clever Super Bowl commercial and played a mad librarian on ABC's sitcom "The Middle."She did not attend Saturday's ceremony, which included presenters Jane Lynch of "Glee," Elizabeth Mitchell of "Lost" and Christina Hendricks of "Mad Men."Neil Patrick Harris was a presenter and winner,
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Primetime Creative Emmys Roundup: HBO, Betty White are hits

HollywoodNews.com: Prolific stars as well as HBO towered over the 2010 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy awards on Saturday afternoon.

Such celeb faves as Betty White and Neil Patrick Harris took respective wins for their work as guests on “Saturday Night Live” and “Glee” in the comedy series acting category. John Lithgow and Ann Margret took top honors as drama guests respectively for Showtime’s “Dexter” and NBC’s “Law & Order: Svu.” In accepting his kudo, Lithgow accidentally thanked HBO.

That pay cabler had a lot to be thankful for as it took home 17 trophies, seven of which were for its miniseries “The Pacific.”

Largely the Creative Arts Emmys honor the categories of for casting, art direction, choreography, cinematography, costumes, hairstyling, makeup, editing, lighting, music, sound, visual effects, stunts and technical direction.

Another two dozen Emmys will be handed out in the acting, best series and writing categories in a live
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'The Pacific,' Betty White, Neil Patrick Harris win Creative Arts Emmys

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HBO's "The Pacific" was the big winner at Saturday (Aug. 21) night's Creative Arts Emmy Awards, taking home seven trophies at the ceremony that precedes next Sunday's big Emmy telecast on NBC.   Other big winners on Saturday included the ABC animated half-hour "Disney Prep & Landing," with four wins and "The 25th Anniversary Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Concert," "Modern Family" and "Saturday Night Live" with three wins apiece.   Among the wins for "Saturday Night Live" was an expected win for Betty White as Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy. White had a hand in all three "SNL"...
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Emmys: 'The Pacific,' Betty White and 'Modern Family' score Creative Arts Emmys

Will "The Pacific" sweep the technical awards or will the miniseries share some of the love with its sister HBO program, the moving biopic "Temple Grandin," starring Claire Danes?

It's Saturday, Aug. 21 and time for the Creative Arts Emmys, held a week and a day before the Primetime Emmy Awards telecast. It's the awards event that honors the people behind the scenes who deserve recognition, but apparently didn't make the cut to be on the already overflowing live event.

The winners:

Best Casting of a Drama Series: "Mad Men"

Best Casting of a Movie/Mini: "The Pacific"

Best Casting of a Comedy Series: "Modern Family"

Best Prosthetic Makeup for Series, Movie or Mini: "The Pacific"

Best Makeup for Movie or Mini (Non-Prosthetic): "The Pacific"

Best Makeup for a Single-Camera Series, Movie, Mini or Special (Non-Prosthetic): "Grey's Anatomy" for episode "Suicide Is Painless"

Best Makeup/ Multi-Camera (Non-Prosthetic): "Saturday Night Live
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Emmy nominations: The complete list

All the nominees for the 62nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards:

Outstanding Voice-Over Performance

H. Jon Benjamin, "Archer"

Dave Foley, "Disney Prep & Landing"

Seth Green, "Robot Chicken"

Dan Castellaneta, "The Simpsons"

Hank Azaria, "The Simpsons"

Anne Hathaway, "The Simpsons"

Outstanding Animated Program

"Alien Earths" (Ngc)

"Disney Prep & Landing" (ABC)

"The Ricky Gervais Show" - "Knob at Night" (HBO)

"The Simpsons" - "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" (Fox)

"South Park" - "200/201" (Comedy Central)

Outstanding Short-format Animated Program

"Adventure Time" - "My Two Favorite People" (Cartoon Network)

"Chowder" - "The Toots" (Cartoon Network)

"Disney Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil" - "Racing the Schoolbus" (Disney Channel)

"The Marvelous Misadventures Of Flapjack" - "Tee Hee Tummy Tums" (Cartoon Network)

"Robot Chicken" - "Full-Assed Christmas Special" (Cartoon Network)

"Uncle Grandpa" (cartoonnetwork.com)

Outstanding Art Direction For A Multi-Camera Series

"The Big Bang Theory"

"Hell's Kitchen"

"How I Met Your Mother"

"The New Adventures Of Old Christine
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Announcing the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards Nominees!

Joel McHale and Sofia Vergara were up bright and early this morning to give us our annual exciting Emmy announcements! Vergara's accent provided plenty of giggle fodder (particularly for Joel), but she had the last laugh - Vergara scored a nomination, along with a whole slew of her Modern Family costars. Community was sadly snubbed, but I did score a few choice nominations from my wish list, including a much-deserved nod for Matthew Fox for Lost and a lot of love for Glee. Before I give away too much, let me just say this - Friday Night Lights fans, I think you'll be happy. To see the list, just read more. Outstanding Comedy Series Glee Modern Family Nurse Jackie Curb Your Enthusiasm The Office Glee 30 Rock Outstanding Drama Series Breaking Bad Damages Lost True Blood Dexter Mad Men The Good Wife Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series Larry David,
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Let's peek inside HBO's Emmy campaign packages

Let's peek inside HBO's Emmy campaign packages
HBO shipped its Emmy campaign box to the 14,000 members of the TV academy a week or two earlier than usual, this one arriving in early April. In addition to the box with two booklets (one for DVDs of TV series, one for specials/movies/docus), a separate package was shipped containing three DVDs of the full miniseries "The Pacific." Not included were some shows that don't air till after the packages shipped. On May 5, HBO will send voters an additional package containing DVDs of "You Don't Know Jack" (Al Pacino as Dr. Jack Kevorkian), "The Special Relationship" (Michael Sheen and Dennis Quaid as British Prime Minister Tony Blair and U.S. President Bill Clinton) and Bill Maher's special "I'm Not Wrong." Compare this year's Emmy box to the ones shipped in 2009, 2008 and 2007. Read the opinions of our forum posters to this year's box here.

Box 1 Contents: TV Series "Bored To Death
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