Archive for August 2010
Full Primetime 2010 Emmy Winners List
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy — Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy — Modern Family
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy — Jane Lynch, Glee
Outstanding Directing in a Comedy — Glee
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy — Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy — Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie
Outstanding Reality-Competition Program — Top Chef
Outstanding Writing for a Drama – Mad Men
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama — Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama — Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama — Brian Cranston, Breaking Bad
Outstanding Directing in a Drama — Dexter
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama — Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer
Outstanding Writing in Variety — 63rd Annual Tony Awards
Outstanding Variety Series — The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie — David Strathairn, Temple Grandin
Outstanding Writing in a Miniseries or Movie — You Don’t Know Jack
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie — Claire Danes, Temple Grandin
Outstanding Directing in a Miniseries or Movie — Temple Grandin
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie — Al Pacino, You Don’t Know Jack
Outstanding Miniseries — The Pacific
Outstanding Made for Television Movie — Temple Grandin
Outstanding Drama Series — Mad Men
Outstanding Comedy Series – Modern Family
Posted August 10, 2010on:
Source: TV Fanatic
NOBODY could have seen these results coming!
The Vampire Diaries and Gossip Girl dominated TV categories at the 2010 Teen Choice Awards last night, with Pretty Little Liars and Glee also turning in strong showings.
Knock us over with a feather, we know.
The awards show, which took place Sunday but airs this evening on Fox, saw prized surfboards handed out to teenagers’ favorites in music, movies, TV and more.
Here are some of the programs and shows honored by viewers ages 19 and under, and who were allowed to vote online. It’s not exactly the Emmys here, but …
Wait … we all won awards? The same night? Nice!
Choice TV Show: Drama: Gossip Girl
Choice TV Actor: Drama: Chace Crawford, Gossip Girl
Choice TV Actress: Drama: Leighton Meester, Gossip Girl
Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi: The Vampire Diaries
Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi: Paul Wesley, The Vampire Diaries
Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi: Nina Dobrev, The Vampire Diaries
Choice TV Show: Action: NCIS: Los Angeles
Choice TV Actor: Action: Zachary Levi, Chuck
Choice TV Actress: Action: Yvonne Strahovski, Chuck
Follow the jump for the rest of the Teen Choice TV winners …
Choice TV Show: Comedy: Glee
Choice TV Actor: Comedy: Jonas Brothers, JONAS
Choice TV Actress: Comedy: Selena Gomez, Wizards of Waverly Place
Choice TV: Animated Show: Family Guy
Choice TV: Reality Show: Keeping Up with the Kardashians
Choice TV: Reality Competition Show: American Idol
Choice TV: Male Reality/Variety Star: Lee DeWyze, American Idol
Choice TV: Female Reality/Variety Star: The Kardashians, Keeping Up with the Kardashians
Choice TV: Villain: Ian Somerhalder, The Vampire Diaries
Choice TV: Personality: Ryan Seacrest
Choice TV: Breakout Show: The Vampire Diaries
Choice TV: Female Scene Stealer: Hilary Duff, Gossip Girl
Choice TV: Male Scene Stealer: Chris Colfer, Glee
Choice TV: Female Breakout Star: Nina Dobrev, The Vampire Diaries
Choice TV: Male Breakout Star: Paul Wesley, The Vampire Diaries
Choice TV: Parental Unit: Mike O’Malley, Glee
Choice Summer TV Show: Pretty Little Liars
Choice Summer TV Star: Male: Ian Harding, Pretty Little Liars
Choice Summer TV Star: Female: Lucy Hale, Pretty Little Liars
True Blood Season 3 Finale Spoilers: Read at Your Own Risk!
Source: TV Fanatic
True Blood’s third season finale airs September 12.
As has been its custom, HBO has released the episode synopsis a long time in advance, and the description of the episode, written by Alan Ball, definitely contains spoilers.
The breakdown of the much-anticipated season-ender are juicy and detailed enough that we’ve chosen not to run them on our homepage. So follow the jump if you dare …
“Eric (Alexander Skarsgaard) grapples with his conscience while plotting his perfect revenge against Russell (Denis O’Hare). Fed up with being “vampire crack,” Sookie (Anna Paquin) considers a new life without Bill (Stephen Moyer) – or any other vampire.”
“Tara (Rutina Wesley) discovers surprising news about Sam (Sam Trammell), whose rage resurfaces upon learning of Tommy’s (Marshall Allan) latest transgression.”
“Jason (Ryan Kwanten) finds a new calling after warning Crystal’s (Lindsay Pulsipher) family about an impending drug raid. Plagued by visions, Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) turns to Jesus (Kevin Alejandro) for help, and learns his boyfriend has more to offer than companionship.”
“Hoyt (Jim Parrack) hopes for a future with Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll), spurning Maxine’s (Dale Raoul) pleas to wed Summer (Melissa Rauch).”
The Twilighters, collecting another Teen Choice surfboard. (AP) | VIEW MORE PHOTOS
It seems only fair that “The Twilight Saga,” which has been sweeping fan-voted award shows continuously since they first hit the scene in 2008, should win the “Most Obsessive Fans” award at the 2010 Teen Choice Awards. Who, Twilighters? Never in a million years!
Ashley Greene accepted the surfboard award, saying, “You guys are so fantastic and amazing and I can’t thank you guys enough for being there for us. I know we all really, really appreciate you guys.” But she knew the real person fans wanted to hear something from — and the real reason they are so obsessive — was Robert Pattinson, and she tried to get him to come up to the mic.
Rob isn’t always the most camera-happy person when it comes to award shows, so he tried to get Taylor Lautner to join him in saying thanks, and when that didn’t work, tried to get the entire cast. Neither were very effective, so Rob ended by saying, “Thank you guys so much for everything. It’s amazing. Thank you very much.”
The Obsessive Fans award was just one of many awards given to the “Twilight Saga” stars thanks to those very fans. Rob and Kristen Stewart won “Choice Movie: Liplock” and “Choice Movie: Chemistry” for “New Moon,” Kristen won “Choice Movie Actress: Fantasy” and “Choice Summer Movie Star: Female,” and Rob won “Choice Movie Actor: Drama” for “Remember Me” and “Choice Summer Movie Star: Male.”
Unlike at the MTV Movie Awards, the other actors in the film weren’t ignored for their work, and pretty much everyone received an award for something. Taylor received “Choice Movie Actor: Fantasy” (sorry RPattz!), “Choice Male Hottie” (press play above to see that acceptance speech!) and “Choice Smile,” Ashley won “Choice Scene Stealers: Female” and Kellan Lutz won “Choice Scene Stealer: Male,” while Rachelle Lefevre finally won some recognition as “Choice Movie Villain.”
Last but not least, both “Twilight Saga” films were recognized at the Teen Choice Awards. “New Moon” won “Choice Movie: Fantasy” and “Eclipse” won “Choice Summer Movie.” Fanatic fans, indeed. This was definitely “The Twilight Saga’s” year to rule.
Are you surprised “The Twilight Saga” swept the Teen Choice Awards? Do you think they deserved their obsessive fans award?