ABC’s Modern Family and AMC’s Mad Men took home television gold for the second year in a row Sunday night as series winners at the 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Here is a complete list of winners of tonight’s 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards.
Before the stars strut their stuff on Sunday’s Emmy red carpet, many will head over to Beverly Hills for a little pampering and some swag.
Emmy ruler “Mad Men” is facing a threat from the mobsters and crooked politicos of “Boardwalk Empire.”
The Emmy Awards were still a day away, but the Nokia Theatre was already abuzz Saturday as celebrities popped in to rehearse their lines for Sunday’s ceremony.
It’s Emmy-time in Los Angeles and on Friday, the stars worked the red carpet at the Academy’s annual cocktail celebration.
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Mary Tyler Moore will be honored with the Screen Actors Guild life achievement award.
Los Angeles Times writer Jessica Gelt breaks down the list of the 2011 Emmy nominees.
The 63rd Primetime Emmy Nominations were announced Thursday morning by Melissa McCarthy of CBS’ “Mike & Molly” and Joshua Jackson of “Fringe.”
Get out the megaphone: “Glee” star Jane Lynch will be hosting the Emmy Awards.
The Emmy Awards and the four major TV networks agreed to an eight-year, $66 million deal that allows for changes in the ceremony marking its 63rd year in September.
Will Clippers guard Baron Davis add Emmy winner to his resume? The former Crossroads High and UCLA Bruin star co-produced “Crips and Bloods: Made In America”, a film that received an Emmy nomination for Best Documentary.
The darkly intimate 1960s-era drama “Mad Men” and the comedy romp “Modern Family” were the top honorees at Sunday’s Emmy Awards as American life past and present proved a winning formula.
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.