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Postby resigned » Wed Jul 07, 2010 4:59 am


Nominations for the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards will be announced Thursday, July 8, at 5:40 a.m. (PT) from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in North Hollywood, Calif.

Let's pump some life into Emmys with new, improved categories

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By Lisa de Moraes
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You know how when you were about two hours into last year's Emmy Awards broadcast, you came to the definite decision that what the show needed was about 16 fluid ounces of weed killer scientifically administered to all the winners? Because if there's one thing worse than an hours-long trophy show in which well-heeled hams regale us with stories of their profound gratitude to their agents, it's watching a rerun of that show. Which, coincidentally, perfectly describes last year's Emmy Awards, in which:

-- "30 Rock" won its third consecutive Emmy for best comedy.

-- "Mad Men" logged its second consecutive best-drama Emmy.

-- "The Amazing Race" nailed its seventh win for best reality series.

-- "The Daily Show" copped its seventh win as best variety series.

-- Alec Baldwin, Bryan Cranston and Glenn Close all bagged their second consecutive best-acting wins.

Nominees for this year's Primetime Emmy Awards will be unveiled Thursday morning -- and, if we're lucky, an infusion of interesting new shows, such as ABC's "Modern Family," Fox's "Glee" and FX's "Sons of Anarchy," will break up the logjam at the Emmy ceremony in late August. But why leave it to chance? What this trophy show needs is -- new categories! Here are some to get us beyond the usual suspects.


Best "Tonight Show"

Conan O'Brien has submitted his work on NBC's "The Tonight Show" for Emmy consideration in the category of best variety series, supported by a major marketing campaign financed by his new employer, TBS. But NBC submitted Jay Leno on "Tonight Show" in the same category. We'll find out Thursday if both men are nominated. If they are -- ratings gold on Emmy night!

Sadly, the odds are slim, given that the field is congested with perennial nominees, including Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report," CBS's "Late Show With David Letterman" and NBC's "Saturday Night Live." This new category would have fixed that.


Best Swan Song

"Lost" fans are like volcanoes that need to be fed virgins periodically to keep them from erupting. The cult show's final season might get nominated for best drama series, but why chance it? Safer to give "Lost" its own category, where it will be competing in a lightweight field including the likes of "Ugly Betty," a lousy season of "24," "Law & Order" and " 'Til Death."


Best Use of a World War It's a well-known fact that the TV academy has a soft spot for war, bestowing a plethora of Emmys to gorgeously shot, emotionally charged movies and miniseries, including 1989's "War and Remembrance" and 2002's "Band of Brothers," to name two.

So this year, CBS's "The Amazing Race" is playing the world war card in an insidious bid to maintain its death grip on the Reality Competition Series category, which it has won every year since the category was created. The move anticipates the slim chance that another program could take "Amazing Race" down.

"American Idol" has submitted its glutinous season finale episode for consideration, and academy members are also known to have a weakness for glutinous Very Special Episodes. This one features not only a spectacular array of performing pop singers who you thought were dead, but also a tremulous farewell to judge Simon Cowell that includes a stunning performance by Paula Abdul, playing a Fairly Normal Woman.

"The Amazing Race" has submitted an episode in which competing teams were sent to France, near Champagne, where they were compelled to dress up like World War I doughboys and crawl on their bellies in barbwired trenches, as squib bombs went off around them and biplanes buzzed them. The episode is sure to squash the "American Idol" finale, unless the academy sends it off to battle Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks's HBO epic, "The Pacific."


Best Use of Product Placement

You love your DVR, right? Then product placement is here to stay. Instead of grousing about it, let's elevate it to an art form. Then maybe "American Idol" will stop subjecting us to those idiotic Ford Music Videos, and "Gossip Girl" will stop ruining delicious, sexually charged moments by having one of its hot party girls shout, "I'll Bing that!"


Best Use of Neil Patrick Harris

The Emmys, the Tonys and the Oscars all put Harris to work goosing their ratings during this year's Emmy eligibility period. He hosted the first two trophy shows and was the opening act at the Academy Awards, and in each case got mostly rave reviews. But the poor guy has never won a major Hollywood trophy. The Emmys can't even cough up a category in which Harris can compete this year to secure the statuette he so richly deserves for all his hard work resuscitating the trophy-show genre. Instead, the TV academy last year killed the very category in which he might have competed -- Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program. This wrong needs to be righted.


Best Swanking Around Achievement Award, a.k.a. Who Died and Made Her Queen?

It's a cinch that "Grey's Anatomy's" Katherine Heigl would win in this category.

Back in 2007, Heigl's chick-flick career was just getting off the ground when she surprisingly won the Emmy for best supporting actress in a drama series. The next year, she announced that she would not waste her time running for best supporting actress in a TV drama because the "Grey's" material written for her that season was not good enough. This year, Heigl appeared in a mere seven episodes before deciding that she no longer wanted to work full time on the drama.

ABC and "Grey's" finally agreed to let her go -- without getting the chance to send/kill her Izzie character off with one of those glutinous ratings-grabbing swan song episodes. Instead, Heigl's parting gift to her "Grey's" colleagues was to toss her hat into the supporting-actress ring one last time, on the strength of those seven episodes. How much better to create a new queenly category to more accurately acknowledge her special talent


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NBC will broadcast the 62nd Primetime Emmy® Awards live on Sunday, August 29 (8-11 p.m. ET; other time zones delayed).

Jimmy Fallon will host.


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LIST OF 2010 EMMY NOMINEES

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES

Larry David, as Himself
Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
HBO Entertainment
Tony Shalhoub, as Adrian Monk
Monk USA
Universal Cable Productions in association with Mandeville Films and ABC Studios
Steve Carell, as Michael Scott
The Office NBC
Deedle-Dee Productions and Reveille LLC in association with Universal Media Studios
Matthew Morrison, as Will Schuester
Glee FOX
A Ryan Murphy TV Production in association with 20th Century Fox TV
Jim Parsons, as Sheldon Cooper
The Big Bang Theory CBS
Chuck Lorre Productions, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television
Alec Baldwin, as Jack Donaghy
30 Rock NBC
Broadway Video, Little Stranger, Inc. in association with Universal Media Studio

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES

Amy Poehler, as Leslie Knope
Parks And Recreation NBC
Produced by Deedle-Dee Productions and Universal Media Studios
Edie Falco, as Jackie Peyton
Nurse Jackie Showtime
Showtime Presents, Lionsgate Television, Jackson Group Entertainment, Madison Grain Elevator, Inc. & Delong Lumber; A Caryn Mandabach Production
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, as Christine Campbell
The New Adventures Of Old Christine CBS
Kari's Logo Here in association with Warner Bros. Television
Lea Michele, as Rachel Berry
Glee FOX
A Ryan Murphy TV Production in association with 20th Century Fox TV
Toni Collette, as Tara Gregson
United States Of Tara Showtime
Showtime Presents, Dreamworks Television
Tina Fey, as Liz Lemon
30 Rock NBC
Broadway Video, Little Stranger, Inc. in association with Universal Media Studio

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES

Jon Hamm, as Don Draper
Mad Men AMC
Lionsgate Television
Kyle Chandler, as Eric Taylor
Friday Night Lights DirecTV
Imagine Entertainment in association with Universal Media Studios and Film 44
Hugh Laurie, as Dr. Gregory House
House FOX
Universal Media Studios in association with Heel and Toe Films, Shore Z Productions and Bad Hat Harry Productions
Michael C. Hall, as Dexter Morgan
Dexter Showtime
Showtime Presents, John Goldwyn Productions, The Colleton Company, Clyde Phillips Productions
Bryan Cranston, as Walter White
Breaking Bad AMC
Sony Pictures Television
Matthew Fox, as Jack Shephard
Lost ABC
Grass Skirts Productions, LLC in association with ABC Network and Studios

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES

January Jones, as Betty Draper
Mad Men AMC
Lionsgate Television
Kyra Sedgwick, as Deputy Chief Brenda Johnson
The Closer TNT
The Shephard/Robin Company, in association with Warner Bros. Television
Mariska Hargitay, as Det. Olivia Benson
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit NBC
Wolf Films in association with Universal Media Studios
Glenn Close, as Patty Hewes
Damages FX Networks
Sony Pictures Television, FX Productions and KZK Productions
Julianna Margulies, as Alicia Florrick
The Good Wife CBS
CBS Productions
Connie Britton, as Tami Taylor
Friday Night Lights DirecTV
Imagine Entertainment in association with Universal Media Studios and Film 44

OUTSTANDING LEAD COMEDY SERIES

Curb Your Enthusiasm HBO
HBO Entertainment
Modern Family ABC
Twentieth Century Fox Television
The Office NBC
Deedle-Dee Productions and Reveille LLC in association with Universal Media Studios
30 Rock NBC
Broadway Video, Little Stranger, Inc. in association with Universal Media Studio
Nurse Jackie Showtime
Showtime Presents, Lionsgate Television, Jackson Group Entertainment, Madison Grain Elevator, Inc. & Delong Lumber; A Caryn Mandabach Production
Glee FOX
A Ryan Murphy TV Production in association with 20th Century Fox TV

OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES

True Blood HBO
Your Face Goes Here Entertainment in association with HBO Entertainment
Dexter Showtime
Showtime Presents, John Goldwyn Productions, The Colleton Company, Clyde Phillips Productions
Mad Men AMC
Lionsgate Television
The Good Wife CBS
CBS Productions
Breaking Bad AMC
Sony Pictures Television
Lost ABC
Grass Skirts Productions, LLC in association with ABC Network and Studios

OUTSTANDING ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE

Ian McKellen, as Two
The Prisoner AMC
AMC, ITV Productions and Granada
Dennis Quaid, as Bill Clinton
The Special Relationship HBO
A Rainmark and Kennedy/Marshall Production in association with HBO Films
Jeff Bridges, as Jon Katz
A Dog Year HBO
Duopoly in association with HBO Films
Al Pacino, as Dr. Jack Kevorkian
You Don't Know Jack HBO
Bee Holder, Cine Mosaic and Levinson/Fontana Productions in association with HBO Films
Michael Sheen, as Tony Blair
The Special Relationship HBO
A Rainmark and Kennedy/Marshall Production in association with HBO Films

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR A MOVIE

Dame Judi Dench, as Miss Matty
Return To Cranford (Masterpiece) PBS
BBC/WGBH in association with Chestermead
Hope Davis, as Hillary Clinton
The Special Relationship HBO
A Rainmark and Kennedy/Marshall Production in association with HBO Films
Claire Danes, as Temple Grandin
Temple Grandin HBO
A Ruby Films, Gerson Saines Production in association with HBO Films
Joan Allen, as Georgia O'Keeffe
Georgia O'Keeffe Lifetime
Sony Pictures Television for Lifetime Television
Maggie Smith, as Mary Gilbert
Capturing Mary HBO
A talkbackTHAMES Production in association with the BBC and HBO Films

OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE

Endgame (Masterpiece) PBS
Channel 4, Target Entertainment Group and Masterpiece present A Daybreak Pictures Production
Moonshot HISTORY
Produced by Dangerous Films LTD for History
Temple Grandin HBO
A Ruby Films, Gerson Saines Production in association with HBO Films
Georgia O'Keeffe Lifetime
Sony Pictures Television for Lifetime Television
The Special Relationship HBO
A Rainmark and Kennedy/Marshall Production in association with HBO Films
You Don't Know Jack HBO
Bee Holder, Cine Mosaic and Levinson/Fontana Productions in association with HBO Films

OUTSTANDING MINISERIES

The Pacific, HBO Playtone and Dreamworks in association with HBO Miniseries

Return To Cranford (Masterpiece), PBS BBC/WGBH in association with Chestermead

OUTSTANDING REALITY – COMPETITION PROGRAM

American Idol FOX FremantleMedia N.A., Inc. & 19TV Ltd.

Dancing With The Stars, ABC BBC Worldwide Productions

The Amazing Race, CBS World Race Productions Inc.

Project Runway, Lifetime The Weinstein Company, Miramax Films, Bunim-Murray Productions and Full Picture

Top Chef, Bravo


OUTSTANDING VARIETY, MUSIC, OR COMEDY SERIES

The Colbert Report, Comedy Central Hello Doggie, Inc., with Busboy Productions and Spartina Productions

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Comedy Central Central Productions, LLC

The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien, NBC Conaco & NBC Universal

Saturday Night Live, NBC SNL Studios in association with NBC Studios and Broadway Video

Real Time With Bill Maher, HBO Bill Maher Productions and Brad Grey Television in association with HBO Entertainment


List of complete nominations in both pdf. & word format at:
http://www.emmys.com/nominations


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Postby Noor » Thu Jul 08, 2010 3:16 pm

The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien, NBC Conaco & NBC Universal


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Postby AC » Thu Jul 08, 2010 5:15 pm

Thanks, Resigned.
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Emmy Analysis: Newcomers Score Big
62nd Primetime Emmy Nominees, End of An Era For Letterman as Emmy Streak Is Halted

UPDATED: It was on the air for only seven months and NBC didn't campaign for it, bit The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien swept the Emmy categories for best variety music or comedy series, landing 4 nominations, including for best VMC series. Its predecessor/successor, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno didn’t get a single nod. In fact, Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien was the only late-night broadcast talk show to make the cut in the top VMC series category, joined by Comedy Central’s The Daily Show and Colbert Report, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher and NBC's sketch comedy Saturday Night Live. And that was not all: The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien also got nominated for writing, directing and art direction. A lot of sentimental voting here. And who knows, those ads O’Brien’s new employer TBS ran in his support may have helped too…

UPDATE: Conan tweeted his reaction: "Congrats to my staff on four Emmy nominations. This bodes well for the future of The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien"


- Betty White brought Saturday Night Live big ratings, now she is also bringing the NBC sketch comedy show a truckload of Emmy nominations. The Mother’s Day SNL episode she hosted earned 7 nominations, including one for her in the guest star comedy category (This is White’s 17’s Emmy nom!) The rest include writing, directing, art direction, hair styling, makeup, lighting direction.

- Eight seasons - eight Emmy nominations! Monk star Tony Shalhoub kept his perfect record intact with his eight consecutive (and final) lead comedy actor nomination for the USA dramedy, which wrapped its eight-second run in December. He has won 3 times.

- For a second straight year, Tina Fey and Jon Hamm are double acting nominees for the same shows. In addition to their lead actor noms for their series 30 Rock and Mad Men, respectively, for the second consecutive year both landed guest actor noms for hosting Saturday Night Live (Fey) and appearing on 30 Rock (Hamm). Fey actually won the guest comedy actress category last year for her Sarah Palin impersonation-boosted hosting stint on SNL. More double nominees this year: Neil Patrick Harris (supporting for How I Met Your Mother and guest for Glee), Christine Baranski (supporting for The Good Wife, guest for The Big Bang Theory) and Jane Lynch (supporting for Glee, guest for Two an a Half Men)

- Speaking of double nominees, Bill Maher was double-double nominee this year, scoring best program and best writing nominations in both the best variety, music or comedy series and the best VMC special fields for his HBO series Real Time with Bill Maher and HBO special ... But I'm Not Wrong.

- Give them an Emmy already! Hugh Laurie, Steve Carell and Kyra Sedgwick are all on their fifth Emmy nominations for playing some of the most recognizable characters on television, yet none has won. Meanwhile, Charlie Sheen’s streak of 4 consecutive nominations for Two and a Half Men was snapped this year. (He too has never won.)

- Love it or hate it, but the Lost finale scored big in the Emmy nominations. The episode, aptly titled The End earned noms for writing (Damon Lindelof & Carlron Cuse), directing (Jack Bender), music, sound editing, sound mixing and guest-starring actress on a drama series (Elizabeth Mitchell). Additionally, the episode was among those submitted for best drama series consideration and earned the series a nom. It also was probably the one that sealed star Matthew Fox's first Emmy nomination. As for fellow departees 24 and Heroes, the real-time Fox drama's finale scored noms for music and sound mixing, while the de-facto Heroes finale (unless there is a TV movie) earned an art direction nom, the show's only mention.

- Wanda Sykes got some good news following the cancellations of her primetime series, The New Adventures of Old Christine, and her late-night talk show on Fox. Her HBO standup special I'ma Be Me (yes, that's the spelling) earned nominations for best variety, music or comedy special and for writing for a VMC special.

- The biggest head-scratcher this year has to be the submission of John Lithgow as a guest star for his stint on Showtime's Dexter. He was in every episode of the show's fourth season and was featured alongside series star Michael C. Hall in Dexter's Emmy promo materials. He also ran and won as a supporting actor at the Golden Globes in January.

- As for the most unexpected nomination, that's got to be David Letterman's nom in the best children's nonfiction program category for producing PBS' Sesame Workshop children's special When Families Grieve. What makes the nomination even more unusual is that it is Letterman's only one this year, as his Late Show was snubbed in both the best variety, music or comedy series and writing for such series categories.

- The best costumes for a series category once again offers an amusing mix of styles and periods: 16th Century England Royal attire (The Tudors), 1960s office wardrobe (Mad Men), 1980s glam (Glee's Madonna episode), contemporary business attire (The Good Wife) and contemporary casual/wedding dressy clothes (The I Do Do episode of 30 Rock)

- TV Academy chairman John Shaffner became a double nominee. With his longtime partner Joe Stewart, the veteran production designer received nominations in two art direction categories for The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien and The Big Bang Theory. Fellow nominees in those categories must be pretty nervous, running against the boss.


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They canceled the New Adventures of Old Christine? :(
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Postby AC » Fri Jul 09, 2010 4:00 pm

I can't believe I missed Betty White's SNL episode.
Hillary Clinton in 2003:
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AC wrote:I can't believe I missed Betty White's SNL episode.


She had a great Muffin recipe on there...it's probably on youtube. :lol:
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She had a great Muffin recipe on there...it's probably on youtube. :lol:


Good, I have to see it!!! LOL
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Betty White, Neil Patrick Harris Score Emmys
The stars snag Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday.

By Mawuse Ziegbe



Betty White, 88, who went from '80s "Golden Girl" to viral It girl, snagged a Creative Arts Emmy on Saturday for her guest-starring role on NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

After a hilarious Super Bowl commercial sparked a Facebook campaign aimed at landing White an "SNL" hosting gig, the comedy legend helmed the Mother's Day tribute episode in May. The appearance boosted the sketch-comedy show's ratings, drawing in the biggest viewership in 18 months.

White wasn't the only star lauded for superior host skills. Neil Patrick Harris took home an Emmy for his role as MC of the 63rd Annual Tony Awards, which nabbed hardware for Outstanding Special Class Program. The "How I Met Your Mother" star was a multiple award-winner Saturday night and also scored a win for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his turn as jerky Bryan Ryan on Fox's "Glee."

Other winners at Saturday's ceremony include the HBO wartime miniseries "The Pacific" with seven trophies. Newbie ABC comedy hit "Modern Family" and "SNL" both took home three awards. Animated FOX stalwart "The Simpsons" nailed two awards, including an Outstanding Voice Over Performance win for Anne Hathaway's guest role as Princess Penelope. Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" landed a win for Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Special for its comedic repackaging of the news.

The television community still awaits the Primetime Emmy Awards which will air live on NBC August 29. Hit shows like "Glee," "American Idol," "30 Rock" and "Mad Men" are up for awards.


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THE WINNERS: 2010 CREATIVE ARTS EMMYS

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series: Neil Patrick Harris, "Glee"

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series: John Lithgow, "Dexter"

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series: Betty White, "Saturday Night Live"

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series: Ann-Margret, "Law & Order: SVU"

Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Reality-Competition Program: Jeff Probst, "Survivor"

Outstanding Commercial: "The Man Your Man Could Smell Like--Old Spice Body Wash"

Outstanding Voice-Over Performance: Anne Hathaway, "The Simpsons"

Outstanding Animated Program: "Disney Prep and Landing"

Outstanding Short-format Animated Program: "Robot Chicken"

Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series: "The Tudors"

Outstanding Art Direction For A Miniseries Or Movie: "The Pacific"

Outstanding Art Direction For Variety, Music Or Nonfiction Programming: "82nd Academy Awards"

Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series: "Modern Family"

Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series: "Mad Men"

Outstanding Casting For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special: "The Pacific"

Outstanding Choreography: Mia Michaels, "So You Think You Can Dance"

Outstanding Cinematography For A Half-Hour Series: "Weeds"

Outstanding Cinematography For A One Hour Series: "CSI"

Outstanding Cinematography For A Miniseries Or Movie: "Return to Cranford"

Outstanding Cinematography For Nonfiction Programming: "Life"

Outstanding Cinematography For Reality Programming: "Survivor"

Outstanding Costumes For A Series: "The Tudors"

Outstanding Costumes For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special: "Return to Cranford"

Outstanding Directing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Series: "Saturday Night Live"

Outstanding Directing For Nonfiction Programming: "My Lai"

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series: "Lost"

Outstanding Picture Editing For A Comedy Series (Single Or Multi-Camera): "Modern Family"

Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing For A Miniseries Or A Movie: "Temple Grandin"

Outstanding Short-Form Picture Editing: "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"

Outstanding Picture Editing For Nonfiction Programming: "By the People: The Election of Barack Obama"

Outstanding Picture Editing For Reality Programming: "Intervention"

Outstanding Hairstyling For A Single-Camera Series: "Mad Men"

Outstanding Hairstyling For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special: "Dancing with the Stars"

Outstanding Hairstyling For A Miniseries Or A Movie: "Emma"

Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media - Nonfiction: "The Jimmy Fallon Digital Experience"

Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media - Fiction: "Star Wars Uncut"

Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multi-Camera) For Variety, Music Or Comedy Programming: "2010 Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony"

Outstanding Main Title Design: "Bored to Death"

Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic): "Grey's Anatomy"

Outstanding Makeup For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic): "Saturday Night Live"

Outstanding Makeup For A Miniseries Or A Movie (Non-Prosthetic): "The Pacific"

Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Miniseries, Movie Or A Special: "The Pacific"

Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score): Sean P. Calley, "24"

Outstanding Music Composition For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special (Original Dramatic Score): Alex Wurman, "Temple Grandin"

Outstanding Music Direction: Dave Pierce, "2010 Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony"

Outstanding Original Music And Lyrics: Randy Newman, "Monk"

Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music: Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, "Nurse Jackie"

Outstanding Special Class Programs: "Tony Awards"

Outstanding Children's Program: "Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie"

Outstanding Children's Nonfiction Program: "Nick News With Linda Ellerbee - The Face Of Courage: Kids Living With Cancer"

Outstanding Nonfiction Special: "Teddy: In His Own Words"

Outstanding Nonfiction Series: "National Parks: America's Best Idea"

Outstanding Reality Program: "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution"
Exceptional Merit In Nonfiction Filmmaking: "Nerakhoon (The Betrayal)"

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour): "Glee"

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Miniseries Or A Movie: "The Pacific, Part Two"

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation: (tie) "Entourage" and "Modern Family"

Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Variety Or Music Series Or Special: (tie) "62nd Annual Grammy Awards" and "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert"

Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Series: "CSI"

Outstanding Special Visual Effects For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special: "The Pacific, Part Five"

Outstanding Stunt Coordination: "Flash Forward"

Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control For A Series: "Dancing with the Stars"

Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Special: "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert"

Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Series: "The Colbert Report"

Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming: "National Parks"


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Love her and she won tonight!!

She was a hoot in the movie Another Cinderalla Story, which was filmed here.
God Bless Natalee and Stephany, may justice one day be served on the one who snuffed out their lives!

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Postby Lexy » Sun Aug 29, 2010 9:44 pm

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Postby Fashionista » Mon Aug 30, 2010 6:11 pm

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