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Emmys 2013: 'Homeland' writer's widow gives the speech she couldn't give

When Homeland executive producer Henry Bromell won a posthumous Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series at Sunday’s show, his widow took the stage to accept the prize, offering a brief “thank you” to the Academy.

But when Sarah Bromell spoke backstage in the Emmy press room, she made it clear that was all she was allowed to say during the telecast. “That’s what I wanted to say, by the way, had they let me say it.”

So here it is: Firstly, Sarah had hoped to expand on Henry’s winning episode, “Q&A,” and how it lifted the series’ second season.

Emmys 2013: Claire Danes wins Emmy for 'Homeland'

Claire Danes just won the Best Actress in a Drama Emmy for Homeland. For the second straight year, the actress won for the role of unhinged superspy Carrie Mathison. She took the opportunity to say a few kind words about the late Henry Bromell, the Homeland executive producer and writer (who won a posthumous Emmy earlier in the ceremony.) She did not say “Holla!” to anyone, but maybe she’s saving that for 2014.

Now click here for the full list of winners at this year’s Emmys.

Emmys 2013: Jeff Daniels wins Best Actor for 'The Newsroom'

In a shocking upset, Jeff Daniels won the Emmy for Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role on HBO drama The Newsroom.

“I don’t normally win things,” a shocked Daniels shared from the stage. “A few years ago, I wont best actor over 50 from AARP for Squid and the Whale….this is better.”

Daniels beat out Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Jon Hamm (Mad Men), Damian Lewis (Homeland) and Kevin Spacey (House of Cards).

Check out the full list of winners here.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Best Actress Emmy win: 'It is delicious'

Sunday night didn’t mark the first Emmy win for Julia Louis-Dreyfus, but that doesn’t mean she’s over it. “It means a ton, because I’ve actually lost many more times than I’ve won,” she said, noting that she’s missed out on the prize 10 times. “It is delicious to win.”

And she credits the Best Actress in a Comedy victory to the Veep writers. “It really has to do with the writing. Fundamentally on the page, it was there. It’s there. … First of all, it’s Armando Iannucci’s voice, which is unique. Nobody had ever done anything like this before. He took it and ran with it. And we have the most superlative writers, who I think I forgot to thank when I was up there. They are outrageously talented.”

Louis-Dreyfus said she planned to sleep with her new statue, but the night wasn’t all upbeat for Louis-Dreyfus: A planned In Memoriam tribute is set for her Enough Said co-star James Gandolfini. The actress was somber when asked about the late actor, but she was also in a hurry to get back to her seat. “I want to be seeing the tribute to Jim.”

Emmys 2013: Jim Parsons wins Best Actor for 'The Big Bang Theory'

Jim Parsons has now scored a hat trick. The Big Bang Theory star won his third Best Actor Emmy for the role of Sheldon Cooper. He also took home a trophy for the CBS comedy in 2010 and 2011. “It’s so silly to be emotional,” he said.

Click here for the full list of winners.

Emmys 2013: Julia Louis-Dreyfus wins Best Actress for 'Veep'

Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus won her fourth Emmy at the 65th Annual Emmy Awards. Tony Hale, who plays the vice president’s personal aide on the HBO comedy and also took home an Emmy tonight, escorted Louis-Dreyfus to the stage and held her purse. Emmy nominee Anna Chlumsky, who plays the veep’s chief of staff, mimed texting in the audience. Louis-Dreyfus previously won for Seinfeld in 1996, The New Adventures Of Old Christine in 2006, and Veep in 2012.

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Merritt Wever wins Emmy, gives greatest Emmy speech in history -- VIDEO

Merrit Wever won the Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy prize at the Emmys. Wever was a dark horse, in a race crowded with Jane Lynch, Jenna Krakowski, and several Modern Family actresses. Wever walked onstage and delivered a speech which was very model of brevity. The complete text of that speech follows: READ FULL STORY

'Behind the Candelabra' leads Creative Arts Emmys winners

HBO dominated the Creative Arts Emmys on Sunday night, grabbing 20 awards, including eight for the Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra, the most-awarded program of the night. Other notable winners include Bob Newhart; the TV vet took home his first-ever Emmy for his guest-starring role on The Big Bang Theory.

See the complete list of winners below; an edited version of the nearly four-hour Creative Arts Emmys will air Saturday, Sept. 21, on FXX.

Elton John to perform Liberace tribute at Emmys

The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards will be graced by a knight in shining spectacles this year: Sir Elton John is scheduled to perform at the awards show for the first time.

The multiple Grammy winner will pay tribute to Liberace, the famously flamboyant pianist and entertainer who died of HIV/AIDS-related illnesses in 1987. HBO’s recent biopic about the late singer, Behind the Candelabra, is up for 15 Emmy Awards this year. The film stars Michael Douglas and Matt Damon, both of whom are nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries (and are Emmy presenters to boot).

The Primetime Emmy Awards air Sunday, Sept. 22 on CBS at 8:00 p.m. ET.

No big opening number at this year's Emmys -- and more hints from Neil Patrick Harris

Second-time Emmys host Neil Patrick Harris isn’t just an actor, singer, dancer, director, writer, child stardom survivor, evil genius, amateur puppeteer, and magic enthusiast — he’s also a seasoned awards show producer with three Tony telecasts and the 2009 Emmys already under his belt.

Accordingly, Harris has been actively involved with every aspect of TV’s upcoming big night. “I become very, very particular [about] even an errant comma or a misplaced inflection,” Harris explained to EW during a recent chat. “Not only the things that I say, but the presenters’ dialogue as well.” At least the three-time Emmy winner won’t have to worry about contingency plans this time around; though Harris is up for an award this year (for Special Class Programs), it’s not a prize that will be handed out on air. (In 2009, the host lost Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Series to Jon Cryer, then interviewed his rival from his podium.)

Will the How I Met Your Mother star’s micromanaging help him strike hosting gold again? We won’t know until 65th Emmy Awards air on CBS Sept. 22 — though Harris did give a few more hints about we can expect at this year’s show. Think less Miley, more magic.


Michael Douglas and Matt Damon announced as Emmy presenters

Michael Douglas and Matt Damon are the first presenters announced for the Emmy Awards.

Both Douglas and Damon are nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra, which has 15 nominations in total.

Douglas was previously nominated in 2002 for Outstanding Guest Star in a Comedy Series (Will & Grace) as well as for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama (The Streets of San Francisco) in 1974 and Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor (The Streets of San Francisco) in 1975 and 1976. Damon was previously nominated in 2011 for Outstanding Guest Star in a Comedy Series (30 Rock), as well as one of the nominated producers for Outstanding Non-Fiction Program (Project Greenlight) in 2002 and Outstanding Reality Program (Project Greenlight) in 2004 and 2005.

The Emmy Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, will air Sunday, Sept. 22.

'Web Therapy,' 'Who Do You Think You Are?': Dan Bucatinsky on 'Friends' reunion, Kelly Clarkson's roots

After scoring an Emmy nomination last Thursday for his guest-starring role on Scandal, Dan Bucatinsky has another big day ahead as two series he produced premiere tonight. Along with longtime producing partner Lisa Kudrow, Bucatinsky has overseen projects ranging from cult classic TV series The Comeback to the romantic comedy Picking Up and Dropping Off. He took a moment to talk with EW about the new seasons of the genealogical journey Who Do You Think You Are? as well as the improvised comedy Web Therapy. READ FULL STORY

Netflix execs keep ratings under wraps but promise 'TV-sized audiences' during investor Q&A -- VIDEO

On the heel of 14 record-breaking Emmy nominations, executives over at Netflix sat down to discuss their current business affairs in an über-hip Google Hangout interview that took place live on YouTube.

Executives touched mostly on economics and stock options, but also mentioned Netflix’s incredible success with original programming. The company now has a solid slate of original shows under its belt, including House of CardsArrested Development, and Orange Is the New Black. “When we look at original content, whether it’s House of Cards or Arrested Development, we’re just in the very early innings of this. We’re figuring out how to promote them, and what the ongoing value is, what we see is if we do it right, then these will turn into some real franchises,” Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said.


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