Primetime TV

  • ‘Devious Maids’ Star Pregnant With Twins!

    ABC Studios
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    ABC Studios
    “Devious Maids” star Paula Garces (Lea Marquez, “All My Children”) won’t have any trouble finding a fellow playdate mommy once her bundle of joy arrives this fall: Her “Maids” co-star Dania Ramirez is also expecting — twins!
  • Soap Stars Receive Emmy Nods

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    ATAS/NATAS
    They say fast-paced soap operas are good training grounds for primetime gigs, and that must be the case, considering several former soap stars have garnered Primetime Emmy nods this year! In light of the official announcement of the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Award nominees, Soap Opera Network brings you the who, what and where of stars who've given sudsers a go.
  • HBO Leads Pack With 108 Primetime Emmy Awards; ‘Game of Thrones’ Powers Network

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    ATAS/NATAS
    HBO leads the Prime Emmy pack with 108 nominations, the most of any network this year. "Game of Thrones," which completed its third season earlier this year with record ratings, powers the network with 16 nominations. “Behind The Candelabra” received 15 nominations, “Phil Spector” received 11 nominations and “Boardwalk Empire” received 10 Nominations.
  • USA Network’s ‘Political Animals’ Receives Five Primetime Emmy Award Nominations

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    ATAS/NATAS
    USA Network miniseries "Political Animals," which sadly did not move on to become a regularly scheduled primetime series as hoped, has instead become a cult classic and is now a multi-Primetime Emmy award nominee!
  • Nominees for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards Announced

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    ATAS/NATAS
    The anticipation leading up to the announcement of the 65th Primetime Emmy awards has been building for weeks, and “Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul and “How I Met Your Mother’s” Neil Patrick Harris finally made the official list public this morning. Watch the video below, or read on for the full list from Soap Opera Network detailing who’s in the running for the coveted golden statues!
  • Former ‘OLTL’ Star Joins Nathan Fillion on ‘Castle’

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    Disney/ABC Television Group
    ABC’s ‘Castle’ may have had a small production bump due to a reported dispute with star Nathan Fillion (ex-Joey Buchanan, “One Life to Live”), but that hasn’t stopped the casting department from moving forward. And the latest actor they’ve put to work comes from Llanview, too: Yancey Arias (Emilio Gonzales)!
  • ‘Under the Dome’ Comic-Con Key Art

    CBS Broadcasting, Inc.
    CBS Broadcasting, Inc.
    CBS Television Studios reveals exclusive key art of the infamous half cow from the television event of the summer, UNDER THE DOME, to remind everyone that no matter where you are, there’s no place like “dome.”
  • BET Picks Up ‘Scandal’ Season One and Two Airing Rights; Network Will Air New Episodes Eight Days After ABC Broadcast

    Disney/ABC Television Group
    Disney/ABC Television Group
    BET announced earlier this week that it has signed a deal with ABC Studios which enables the cable network to begin airing seasons one and two of ABC's primetime drama series, "Scandal." The network is expected to begin airing said episodes sometime in the summer. Additionally, BET has also licensed the rights to air current season episodes beginning with season three. Each episode will air on BET no earlier than eight days after its original broadcast on ABC.
  • Should ‘Glee’ Take A Page Out Of ‘Y&R’s’ Book?

    Sony Pictures Television
    Sony Pictures Television
    The recent death of “Glee’s” Cory Monteith, who died of a heroin overdose in a Vancouver hotel on Saturday, July 13, hit the show’s fans just as hard as the death of “The Young and the Restless’” Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) hit soap fans earlier this year — if not more so, considering the Fox star was only 31. The powers that be at “Y&R” scrambled to come up with an appropriate way to handle Cooper’s death onscreen, leading to a beautiful tribute episode in which castmembers — as themselves rather than their characters — shared their favorite memories of the legendary lady. And The Boston Herald thinks that “Glee” should follow suit.
  • CBS Daytime Stars Light Ratings Fire to The CW’s Primetime Lineup with ‘Whose Line’

    CBS Broadcasting, Inc.
    CBS Broadcasting, Inc.
    Aisha Tyler ("The Talk") and Wayne Brady ("Let's Make a Deal") are not only appearing daily in their successful CBS Daytime shows, but the two have also joined together to successfully re-launch "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" the former ABC series "where everything is made up and the points do not matter." Now airing on The CW for a summer run, "Whose Line" averaged 2.9 million viewers and 1.1/4 in Adults 18-49 for its two-episode premiere last night according to TVbytheNumbers. Per the website, show helped give The CW its best performance in Adults 18-49 rating in its given time period since February 1, 2011.