The 2012-2013 Creative Emmy Awards — for behind-the-scenes TV achievements — started at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. ET tonight/today [09.15.2013].
So far, Melissa Leo — the 2010 Oscar winner for [italic]The Fighter[/italic] — has won for the Emmy for guest actress in a comedy series for FX's [italic]Louie[/italic].
NBC's [italic]30 Rock[/italic] has won for casting for a comedy series. Netflix's [italic]Hosue of Cards[/italic] has won for casting for a drama series.
Awards expert Tom O'Neil's GoldDerby.com has live coverage. The brand-new FXX — which took over for Fuel TV — is broadcasting the recorded ceremony next Saturday [09.21.2013].
Correction: FXX took over for Fox Soccer Channel on Sept. 2.
Halfway to an EGOT, fuckers!!
I can't believe Melissa joins AnnE as an E_O_!
Tracy E. Bregman (Y&R) BEAT Melissa the first time she was up for an Emmy.
Dan Bucatinsky has won guest actor in a drama series, as James Novack, for ABC's [italic]Scandal[/italic].
I have an E_O and a vespa.
Daytime Emmy R4. Only counts as a real Emmy for Susan Lucci.
R3 - fucking believe it!
R7 tell that to Whoopi Goldberg who was able to EGOT with her Daytime Emmy
Hurray for (openly gay) Dan Bucatinsky!
[italic]Banshee[/italic] won an Emmy. Don't know the category. But the lead actor has a hot ass.
Lily Tomlin, as narrator, has won an Emmy for voice-over performance for HBO's [italic]An Apology to Elephants[/italic]. It's her first [italic]performance[/italic] Emmy. Her others came in categories like writing.
HBO's [italic]Behind the Candelabra[/italic] has gone 8-for-8 in the creative categories. It hasn't lost a single category for which it has been nominated. Just announced: It has won for costume design.
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I really hope Dame Diana Rigg wins best Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her superb work in Game of Thrones.
Dan Bucatinsky is the guy from "ALL Over The Guy"
Damn! Richard Ruccolo was so hot in that film.
The tracks from the film were from a band called Kara's Flowers which later became "Maroon 5"
According to my emmy book lily won her 7th tonight. Most have been in writing categories. But she did win as star of her variety show in early 70s.
Guest actor in a comedy series goes to Bob Newhart wins for CBS's [italic]The Big Bang Theory[/italic].
It's his first Emmy!
Guest actress in a comedy series goes to Carrie Preston in CBS's [italic]The Good Wife[/italic].
Carrie Preston is married to Michael Emerson, the 2001 (ABC's [italic]The Practice[/italic]) and 2009 (ABC's [italic]Lost[/italic]) Emmy winner who is now on CBS's [italic]Person of Interest[/italic].
All four of the 2012-2013 guest-acting Emmy winners, in comedy and drama, are first-time winners!
Guest Actor (Comedy): Bob Newhart, [italic]The Big Bang Theory[/italic] (CBS)
Guest Actress (Comedy): Melissa Leo, [italic]Louie[/italic] (FX)
Guest Actor (Drama): Dan Bucatinsky, [italic]Scandal[/italic] (ABC)
Guest Actress (Drama): Carrie Preston, [italic]The Good Wife[/italic] (CBS)
Michael Emerson is straight?!? Wow, I'd just assumed...
r20, that doesn't make sense. The Good Wife is not a comedy series and it's already been noted that Melissa Leo won that award for her guest stint in Louie.
R23, agree! I saw him on the road, twice, in the Oscar Wilde; I just assumed. And - in anything he's in - that VOICE! gay voice for days. Perhaps they're an "arrangement"...Both SUPERB actors, at any rate!
It was a mistake in copy and past (and my revisions in between and not being careful enough).
I was trying to get it posted quickly.
Okay so they made a typo the good wife is obviously a drama.
I knew Melissa Leo was winning the Emmy the moment I saw that episode.
So happy about Carrie Preston. She is fantastic as Elspeth Tascioni. Love her.
I love Carrie Preston in The Good Wife but her character is comedic. I don't recall any dramatic scenes with her. Diana Rigg was more deserving.
That was my fault. No one else's. My copying was of text I was keying in. I was moving a little too fast and didn't carefully look it over before posting. Sorry about that.
No problem r31. I'm just worried for my show Game of Thrones. I hope the Emmys can get over its ignorant bias of genre television and recognize GoT at the main ceremony for the phenomenal show it is, unlike anything that's been on TV before.
DL is covering the Creative Emmys now?
What's next, Obie awards?
American Horror Story hadn't any nominations?
American Horror Story has more nominations than any show I think. It won something tonight.
Your kidding, R33?
r33 is so above it all
Did Temple Grandin win again?
R34, R35, "American Horror Story" won for Sound Editing. IMO, it should've also won for Makeup, but it got beat by critical darling, "Behind the Candlelabra." (Liberace over Pepper? Come on!). Expect Candlelabra to win more at next week's Primetime Emmys.
Michael Douglas for sure should get his acceptance speech ready. Not that he's the most deserving, but he's a Hollywood favorite, divorce and throat cancer and sex addiction aside...
They aired tonight on FXX.
on time Warner what channel number is FXX in NYC and the boroughs