Perched atop 5-inch heels, Julianna Margulies stood sipping a glass of blush wine while accepting a wave of congratulations and hugs from well-wishers. She soon plucked her Emmy statuette from the table and handed it to her hubby to carry.
Emmy ruler “Mad Men” is facing a threat from the mobsters and crooked politicos of “Boardwalk Empire.”
Anticipation filled the air as a few lucky fans and hundreds of photographers, reporters and their cameramen awaited the arrival of television’s biggest stars on the Emmy Awards’ red carpet Sunday.
The television world’s annual tribute to itself is set for Sunday night, going live to all U.S. time zones for the first time in recent memory. Having a totally live show means everything needs to work — the first time — so there’s plenty of last-minute prepping going on heading into the weekend. Maybe a few pre-parties, too.