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Will Arnett, Amy Poehler interview at the Emmy’s

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Ty Burrell acceptance speech

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“I always want to try to organize the ladies in my category to do stuff, but I never want to push it, because I tend to be a little pushy,” Poehler explained to TVLine after the ceremony. “And then weirdly a couple of days ago at a dinner with some friends who are also friends of Martha Plimpton, we started talking about how cool the ladies in our category are and how ‘Who cares who wins?’ And then Martha said, ‘I’m down with whatever.’” So we started brainstorming and came up with the Miss America idea. And then we found out Rob Lowe was presenting our category – jackpot! I feel like I’m in a Miss America pageant when I’m with him. And then we just contacted all the ladies and immediately everyone was on board. All the emails I got were like, ‘I’ll do whatever you want. I don’t care.’ What a good group of broads.”
— Amy Poehler

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Emmy winners

Lead Actress In A Comedy Series | Melissa McCarthy, Mike & Molly
Lead Actor In A Comedy Series | Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series | Julie Bowen, Modern Family
Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series | Ty Burrell, Modern Family 
Writing in a Comedy Series | Modern Family
Directing in a Comedy Series | Modern Family
Outstanding Comedy Series | Modern Family

Outstanding Reality – Competition Program | The Amazing Race
Reality Host | Jeff Probst, Survivor (announced at Sept. 10 Creative Arts Emmys)

Writing in a Variety, Music Or Comedy Series | The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Directing in a Variety, Music Or Comedy Series | Saturday Night Live
Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series |The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (ninth consecutive win)

Lead Actress In A Drama Series | Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife (Read our pre-Emmys Q&A)
Lead Actor In A Drama Series | Kyle Chandler, Friday Night Lights
Supporting Actress In A Drama Series | Margo Martindale, Justified
Supporting Actor In A Drama Series | Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
Writing in a Drama Series | Friday Night Lights
Directing in a Drama Series | Boardwalk Empire
Outstanding Drama Series | Mad Men

Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie | Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce (She now just needs a Tony for the EGOT)
Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie | Barry Pepper, The Kennedys
Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie | Guy Pearce, Mildred Pierce
Supporting Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie | Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Writing in a Miniseries or Movie | Downton Abbey
Directing in a Miniseries or Movie | Downton Abbey
Outstanding Miniseries or Movie | Downton Abbey

Guest Actress In A Comedy Series | Gwyneth Paltrow, Glee
Guest Actor In A Comedy Series | Justin Timberlake, Saturday Night Live
Guest Actress In A Drama Series | Loretta Devine, Grey’s Anatomy
Guest Actor In A Drama Series | Paul McCrane, Harry’s Law
Reality Program | 
Deadliest Catch (Discovery)
Casting in a Drama Series |
 Boardwalk Empire (HBO)
Casting For A Comedy Series | 
Glee (Fox)
Casting For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special
 | Mildred Pierce (HBO)

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Jane Lynch Emmy Photoshoot

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: “I probably won’t wear a [Sue Sylvester] tracksuit; I probably won’t do an elaborate dance number; and I won’t bore you.”
— Jane Lynch - 3 thing she won’t do at the Emmys 

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TINA: […] The Emmys for me this year was the night of the drunk moms. Because I got a little liquored up. — It was me, Amy Poehler, who had a baby three weeks before and was like “I’m out! Mommy’s out tonight!” and, my friend Jenn Rogers. And I went to 3 parties. That is 3 more parties that I’ve gone to in my whole life.
JIMMY: That’s true, you never partied that much.
TINA: Word of advice if you go to an Emmys party: don’t try to keep up with Jon Hamm. Don’t try to keep up drinking-wise with Don Draper. Because I went to the Mad Men party and had one glass of wine like a nice lady. Classy. And then I went to your party, which was super fun. And by that time I had put sneakers on under my dress, I was all business, and then I go; yeah, can I get a glass of wine at this party. And someone handed me like, a water tumbler full of white wine. 
JIMMY: A small fish bowl of white wine.
TINA: Yeah, a goldfish bowl of white wine. Next thing I know I was dancing on the banquettes. And Poehler is like working her like temporary rack that she’s got. - I might get in trouble - And there were all these pictures, the next day, on the internet. I don’t remember anyone with a camera. Once again, I try to keep up with Hamm, it’s not a good idea.

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63rd Primetime Emmy

BEVERLY HILLS – Welcome to the Primetime Emmy Awards Fox style. The annual awards show will have a little bit of an edge, promised Mark Burnett, executive producer of the show, hosted by Glee star Jane Lynch.

Burnett, who has also produced the MTV Movie Awards and thePeople’s Choice Awards, said he’ll be able to get away with more on Fox than he would at another broadcast network.

“Fox is an edgier network,” he said. “At MTV you’re allowed to jump off the cliff. At Fox, you’re allowed lean over and almost fall off it.”

Burnett, Lynch and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences chairman and CEO John Shaffner would not tip their hand about the specific content for the Sept. 18 telecast. But Lynch did reveal that herGlee alter ego Sue Sylvester will not be a big part of the show.

“I think we’ll probably leave her track suit on the Paramount lot,” she said.

“If there’s any nod to Sue it will be very, very minor because a little Sue goes a long way,” added Burnett.

The Emmys traditionally open with an irreverent musical number. And Lynch was part of Jimmy Fallon’s “Born to Run” opener on last year’s Emmys. She said she’s looking forward to this year’s show with “excitement, anticipation and abject fear.”

Burnett is looking to do a show that is “irreverent and fun.” But he won’t be sticking a finger in the eye of Hollywood the way Ricky Gervais did last January at the Golden Globe Awards.

But Lynch allowed that she appreciated Gervais’ performance.

“I really enjoyed Ricky Gervais’ performance,” she said. “This is the guy you’re hiring. We don’t have that kind of snarkiness that Ricky has, though I am a huge fan of it. I laughed many times at the Golden Globes.”

And Burnett drew laughs from the room at the Beverly Hilton when he said that the In Memoriam feature – which typically features a video montage of deceased industry stalwarts set to melancholy music – will be a little different this year.

“I think In Memoriam doesn’t need to be a bummer,” he said. “It can be a celebration of what’s been left behind. We can be very sad about it or very uplifted about what they left behind.”

source:hollywood reporter

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Jack’s back! New NBC president Robert Greenblatt announced at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in Beverly Hills early Monday that the network is developing a new half-hour comedy starring Will & GraceEmmy winner Sean Hayes.

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Jane Lynch Emmy spot

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Eye on Emmy by Ausiello

Chris Colfer is having quite a year. Not only was he was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people of 2011, he inked a book deal and signed on to write a Disney Channel pilot. And a feature film. And we didn’t even get to his day job yet. Besides starring on of one of TV’s hottest shows, Glee, he’s working overtime, performing in sold-out arenas as part of the show’s summer concert tour. And if history repeats itself, he’ll once again be in the running for an Emmy. Yet, in the midst of all the insanity, the 21-year-old stopped just long enough to catch his breath and chat with TVLine about his Emmy quandary and his hope for Kurt in Season 3.

TVLINE | How’s the tour going?
It’s going. We’re in a new city every night. No joke, yesterday I got down to the lobby because we were headed out of our hotel and I literally had to ask the concierge what city I was in, because I did not know.

TVLINE | How does it compare to last year’s tour?
Take last year’s tour and multiply it by a thousand. The biggest venue we played at last year was a 5,000-seat theater, and now we’re selling out 17,000-seat arenas. So a lot [more] people.

TVLINE | Are you exhausted? Do you ever wish you could have a real hiatus like other TV actors, or are you like, “I’m staying on this speeding train for as long as possible.”
It’s both. If I said that I wasn’t absolutely exhausted I would be lying to you. But there’s nothing like walking into an arena and everyone screaming at you.

TVLINE | What did you think of Kurt’s journey last season?
I loved it. His [Season 2] journey completely surpassed last year. Last year was all about him accepting who he was. And Season 2 was more about everyone else accepting him for who he was. I couldn’t be prouder and happier to be playing this character. He’s so inspirational to everyone, myself included.

TVLINE | Most of your shining moments last season were dramatic. Is it odd competing in a comedy category?
Yeah. It’s funny when I have nominations in best supporting actor in a comedy and I’m never funny. People I’m usually nominated with are all pranksters and jokers, and I am not funny. I cry in every episode.

TVLINE | Have you given any thought to which episode you’d submit should you get nominated?
Last year when I was fortunate enough to get nominated it was so easy because I had one episode where I just did everything. But I’ve had so many of those this season it’s going to be a Sophie’s Choice if I get nominated again. Kurt had so many great moments. It’s going to be difficult to pick one. Maybe I’ll ask the fans.

TVLINE | Any hopes and dreams for Kurt next season?
Absolutely. I’m campaigning madly for one storyline in particular.

TVLINE | Can I have a hint?
No. [Laughs]

TVLINE | Does it involve Blaine?
Yes.

http://www.tvline.com/2011/06/eye-on-emmy-glee-chris-colfer-spoiler/  

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5 things we want to see from Jane Lynch at the Emmys →

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Modern Family submitted “Manny get your gun” “Mother Tucker” “Caught in the act” and “The musical man” for Emmy consideration.

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