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Written by USTownhall staff   
Sunday, 22 September 2013 14:58

The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were held at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 22, 2013 and broadcast on CBS.  The eligibility period for nominations was June 1, 2012 through May 31, 2013.  The list of nominees and winners are as follows:



Outstanding Series:

Breaking Bad

• Downton Abbey

• Game of Thrones

• House of Cards

• Homeland

• Mad Men

Outstanding Series:

• 30 Rock

• The Big Bang Theory

• Girls

• Louie

Modern Family

• Veep

Outstanding Miniseries or TV-Movie:

• American Horror Story

Behind the Candelabra

• The Bible

• Phil Spector

• Political Animals

• Top of the Lake

Outstanding Series - Competition:

• The Amazing Race

• Dancing With the Stars

• Project Runway

• So You Think You Can Dance

• Top Chef

The Voice


Outstanding Series:

The Colbert Report

• The Daily Show

• Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

• Jimmy Kimmel Live

• Saturday Night Live

• Real Time with Bill Maher

Outstanding Lead Actor:

• Hugh Bonneville, Downton Abbey

• Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad

Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom

• Jon Hamm, Mad Men

• Kevin Spacey, House of Cards

• Damian Lewis, Homeland

Outstanding Lead Actor:

• Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

• Jason Bateman, Arrested Development

• Louis C.K., Louie

• Don Cheadle, House of Lies

• Matt LeBlanc, Episodes

Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory

Outstanding Lead Actor:

• Benedict Cumberbatch, Parade’s End

Michael Douglas, Behind The Candelabra

• Matt Damon, Behind The Candelabra

• Toby Jones, The Girl

• Al Pacino, Phil Spector

Outstanding Series - Non-Competition:

• Antiques Roadshow

• Deadliest Catch

• Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

• Mythbusters

• Shark Tank

Undercover Boss

Outstanding Special:

The Kennedy Center Honors

• Louis C.K.: Oh My God

• Mel Brooks Strikes Back! With Mel Brooks And Alan Yentob

• Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday (Part One)

• 12-12-12: The Concert For Sandy Relief

Outstanding Lead Actress:

• Connie Britton, Nashville

Claire Danes, Homeland

• Michelle Dockery, Downton Abbey

• Vera Farmiga, Bates Motel

• Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men

• Kerry Washington, Scandal

• Robin Wright, House of Cards

Outstanding Lead Actress:

• Laura Dern, Enlightened

• Lena Dunham, Girls

• Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie

• TIna Fey, 30 Rock

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep

• Amy Poehler, Parks and Recreation

Outstanding Lead Actress:

• Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Asylum

Laura Linney, The Big C: Hereafter

• Helen Mirren, Phil Spector

• Elisabeth Moss, Top of the Lake

• Sigourney Weaver, Political Animals

Outstanding Host:

• Ryan Seacrest, American Idol

• Betty White, Betty White's Off Their Rockers

• Tom Bergeron, Dancing with the Stars

Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn, Project Runway

• Cat Deeley, So You Think You Can Dance

• Anthony Bourdain, The Taste

Outstanding Writing - Series:

The Colbert Report

• The Daily Show With Jon Stewart

• Jimmy Kimmel Live

• Portlandia

• Real Time With Bill Maher

• Saturday Night Live

Outstanding Supporting Actor:

Bobby Cannavale, Boardwalk Empire

• Jonathan Banks, Breaking Bad

• Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad

• Jim Carter, Downton Abbey

• Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones

• Mandy Patinkin, Homeland

Outstanding Supporting Actor:

• Adam Driver, Girls

• Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family

• Ed O'Neill, Modern Family

• Ty Burrell, Modern Family

• Bill Hader, Saturday Night Live

Tony Hale, Veep

Outstanding Supporting Actor:

James Cromwell, American Horror Story: Asylum

• Zachary Quinto, American Horror Story: Asylum

• Scott Bakula, Behind The Candelabra

• John Benjamin, The Big C: Hereafter

• Peter Mullan, Top of the Lake


Outstanding Animated Program:

• Bob’s Burgers

• Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness

• Regular Show

• The Simpsons

South Park

Outstanding Writing - Special:

• The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Louis C.K.: Oh My God

• Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs

• Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday (Part One)

• 66th Annual Tony Awards

Outstanding Supporting Actress:

Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad

• Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey

• Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones

• Christine Baranski, The Good Wife

• Morena Baccarin, Homeland

• Christina Hendricks, Mad Men

Outstanding Supporting Actress:

• Mayim Bialik, The Big Bang Theory

• Jane Lynch, Glee

• Julie Bowen, Modern Family

Merritt Wever, Nurse Jackie

• Sofia Vergara, Modern Family

• Jane Krakowski, 30 Rock

• Anna Chlumsky, Veep

Outstanding Supporting Actress:

• Sarah Paulson, American Horror Story: Asylum

• Imelda Staunton, The Girl

Ellen Burstyn, Political Animals

• Ellen Burstyn, Political Animals

• Alfre Woodard, Steel Magnolias

Outstanding Directing - Series:

• The Colbert Report, James Hoskinson

• The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Chuck O'Neil

• Jimmy Kimmel Live, Andy Fisher

• Late Show With David Letterman, Jerry Foley

• Portlandia, Jonathan Krisel

Saturday Night Live, Don Roy King

Outstanding Guest Actor:

• Nathan Lane, The Good Wife

• Michael J. Fox, The Good Wife

• Rupert Friend, Homeland

• Robert Morse, Mad Men

• Harry Hamlin, Mad Men

Dan Bucatinsky, Scandal

Outstanding Guest Actor:

Bob Newhart, The Big Bang Theory

• Nathan Lane, Modern Family

• Bobby Cannavale, Nurse Jackie

• Louis C.K., Saturday Night Live

• Justin Timberlake, Saturday Night Live

• Will Forte, 30 Rock

Outstanding Writing:

• Richard LaGravenese, Behind The Candelabra

Abi Morgan, The Hour

• Tom Stoppard, Parade's End

• David Mamet, Phil Spector

• Jane Campion and Gerard Lee, Top of the Lake

Outstanding Directing - Special:

The Kennedy Center Honors, Louis J. Horvitz

• London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, Bucky Gunts and Hamish Hamilton

• Louis C.K.: Oh My God, Louis C.K.

• The Oscars, Don Mischer

• 12-12-12: The Concert For Sandy Relief, Michael Dempsey

Outstanding Guest Actress:

• Margo Martindale, The Americans

• Diana Rigg, Game Of Thrones

Carrie Preston, The Good Wife

• Linda Cardellini, Mad Men

• Jane Fonda, The Newsroom

• Joan Cusack, Shameless

Outstanding Guest Actress:

• Molly Shannon, Enlightened

• Dot-Marie Jones, Glee

Melissa Leo, Louie

• Melissa McCarthy, Saturday Night Live

• Kristen Wiig, Saturday Night Live

• Elaine Stritch, 30 Rock

Outstanding Directing:

Steven Soderbergh, Behind The Candelabra

• Julian Jarrold, The Girl

• David Mamet, Phil Spector

• Allison Anders, Ring of Fire

• Jane Campion and Garth Davis, Top of the Lake

Outstanding Writing:

• George Mastras, Breaking Bad, "Dead Freight"

• Thomas Schnauz, Breaking Bad, "Say My Name"

• Julian Fellowes, Downton Abbey, Episode 4

• D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, Game Of Thrones, "The Rains Of Castamere"

Henry Bromell, Homeland, "Q&A"

Outstanding Writing:

• David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik, Episodes

• Louis C.K., Story & Teleplay by Pamela Adlon, Louie

• Greg Daniels, The Office

• Jack Burditt and Robert Carlock, 30 Rock

Tina Fey and Tracey Wigfield, 30 Rock

Outstanding Directing:

• Tim Van Patten, Boardwalk Empire

• Michelle MacLaren, Breaking Bad

• Jeremy Webb, Downton Abbey

• Lesli Linka Glatter, Homeland

David Fincher, House of Cards

Outstanding Directing:

• Lena Dunham, Girls

• Paris Barclay, Glee

• Louis C.K., Louie

Gail Mancuso, Modern Family

• Beth McCarthy-Miller, 30 Rock



Written by USTownhall staff   
Sunday, 15 September 2013 09:38


7:00 America's Funniest Home Videos  60 Minutes  American Dad reruns Football Night in America          
7:30 The Simpsons reruns
8:00 Once Upon a Time  The Amazing Race The Simpsons Sunday Night Football
8:30 Bob's Burgers
9:00 Revenge The Good Wife Family Guy
9:30 American Dad
10:00 Betrayal The Mentalist
8:00 Dancing with the Stars How I Met Your Mother Bones The Voice Hart of Dixie
8:30 We Are Men
9:00 2 Broke Girls Sleepy Hollow Beauty & the Beast
9:30 Mom
10:00 Castle Hostages The Blacklist

Marvel's Agents of SHIELD

NCIS Dads The Biggest Loser The Originals
8:30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine
9:00 The Goldbergs NCIS: Los Angeles New Girl The Voice results show
9:30 Trophy Wife The Mindy Project
10:00 Lucky 7 Person of Interest Chicago Fire
8:00 The Middle Survivor The X Factor Revolution Arrow
8:30 Back in the Game
9:00 Modern Family Criminal Minds Law & Order: SVU The Tomorrow People
9:30 Super Fun Night
10:00 Nashville CSI Ironside
8:00 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland The Big Bang Theory The X Factor Results Show Parks and Recreation The Vampire Diaries
8:30 The Millers Welcome to the Family
9:00 Grey's Anatomy The Crazy Ones Glee Sean Saves the World Reign
9:30 Two and a Half Men The Michael J. Fox Show
10:00 Scandal Elementary Parenthood
8:00 Last Man Standing Undercover Boss MasterChef Junior Dateline NBC The Carrie Diaries
8:30 The Neighbors
9:00 Shark Tank Hawaii Five-O Sleepy Hollow (encore broadcast) Grimm America's Next Top Model
10:00 20/20 Blue Bloods Dracula
8:00 College Football Comedytime Saturday Fox Sports Saturday reruns
9:00 Crimetime Saturday
10:00 48 Hours Mystery SNL Primetime



Written by USTownhall staff   
Monday, 19 August 2013 19:21



September 6

• Riddick

• Touchy Feely


September 13

• The Family

• Insidious: Chapter 2


September 20

• Enough Said

• Parkland

• Prisoners

• Rush

• Thanks for Sharing


September 27

• Baggage Claim

• Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2

• Don Jon

• Metallica: Through the Never


October 4

• Gravity

• Runner Runner


October 11

• Captain Phillips

• Machete Kills

• Romeo and Juliet


October 18

• 12 Years a Slave

• All is Lost

• Carrie

• Escape Plan

• The Fifth Estate

• Kill Your Darlings


October 25

• Blue is the Warmest Color

• The Counselor

• Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa


Date to Be Announced

• Diana

November 1

• About Time

• Ender's Game

• Last Vegas


November 8

• Thor: The Dark World


November 15

• The Best Man Holiday

• The Book Thief

• Great Expectations

• The Wolf of Wall Street


November 20

• Her


November 22

• Delivery Man

• The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

• Nebraska


November 27

• Black Nativity

• Frozen

• Grace of Monaco

• Oldboy


November 29

• Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom


December 6

• Dallas Buyers Club

• Inside Llewyn Davis

• Out of the Furnace


December 13

• American Hustle

• The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

• Saving Mr. Banks

• Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas


December 18

• The Monuments Men


December 25

• 47 Ronin

• August: Osage County

• Grudge Match

• The Invisible Woman

• Jack Ryan

• Labor Day

• The Secret Life of Walter Mitty


December 27

• Lone Survivor


Date to Be Announced

• Philomena



USTownhall RoundTable: The Summer 2013 Sessions
Written by Scott Katz   
Wednesday, 10 July 2013 21:01

Now that the traditional broadcast television season is over, the USTownhall RoundTable podcast series will delve into topics of a more general nature from the worlds of pop culture and current events.


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Sun, September 8, 2013: Pop Culture podcast topics - In what we hope is our final discussion on the American Idol judges, the panel discusses the addition of Harry Connick, Jr. to the show after talks with Dr. Luke fell through at the last minute.  Also, more of Adam Lambert and Avicii, and we reveal the celebrities and professionals due to perform on this cycle of Dancing with the Stars.  Then, we finish things off by giving our take on the MTV VMA Awards and Miley Cyrus's twerk heard 'round the world.  Was she unfairly slammed by the media or did she take her image makeover too far?

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Sun, August 25, 2013: Pop Culture podcast topics - American Idol selects Dr. Luke as final judge?  Randy Jackson returns in Jimmy Iovine's mentor role?  Also, more about Adam Lambert and Avicii, and the panel discusses Justin Guarini and his recent blog post about his hard times since his Idol days.  Plus, the panel tries to figure out – with little success – exactly how Dancing with the Stars' once-a-week format will work in terms of the voting.

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Current Events podcast topic - The panel pays tribute and discusses the recent death of Gale Chester Whittington, one of the flashpoints of the gay civil rights movement in the late 1960s and author of the memoir Beyond Normal: The Birth of Gay Pride.

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Sun, August 4, 2013: Pop Culture podcast topics - Adam Lambert joins forces with legendary music producer Nile Rodgers and Swedish producer and DJ, Avicii.  Latest Hollywood casting news: Ellen DeGeneres hosts the Oscars; Derek Hough returns to Dancing with the Stars (along with Maxim Chmerkovskiy?); Keith Urban returns to American Idol (along with Jennifer Lopez and will.i.am?) — and much, much more!

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Sun, July 14, 2013: Pop Culture podcast topics - Actor Cory Monteith of Glee dies, Adam Lambert joins cast and departs from record label.

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Current Events podcast topic - George Zimmerman acquitted in Trayvon Martin case.  Full analysis of events, evidence, verdict, and the handling of the case by the prosecution and defense. (Note that the date of the shooting incident is incorrectly stated during the podcast.  It actually occurred on February 26, 2012).

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Sun, July 7, 2013: Topics - Adam Lambert concerts in California and Florida / US Supreme Court decisions regarding California's Prop 8 and the Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

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Sun, June 23, 2013: Topics - Summer Movies / Exodus International closes its doors / Mormon mom Prop 8 supporter discovers her son is gay

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Wednesday, June 12, 2013: Topics - Adam Lambert receives "Hope of Los Angeles" award / Update on American Idol behind-the-scenes turnoil / Mariah Carey's #Beautiful song and video / changes in the music industry in the IPod age / Our suggestions as to how American Idol can be fixed re: theme nights, judges, mentors

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Sunday, May 26, 2013: Topics - Pop culture events

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USTownhall RealStories presents NICK LACHEY of The Winner Is
Written by Scott Katz   

NUP_156380_0001-resizeThis summer, NBC premieres The Winner Is – a new kind of singing competition.  The series, hosted by singer Nick Lachey, marries the talent search of traditional shows of this type with the fast pace and drama of a game show.  In each episode, six contestants will be paired off to sing against each other.  A panel of 101 music experts will judge the performances and decides who advances to the next round.  Before the results are announced, the contestants are given a choice: leave the game immediately and take home a cash prize ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 or opt to stay in the game in the hope of advancing.  If the contestant turns down the cash and the judges do not pick him or her to advance, the contestant goes home with nothing.

The contestant who survives the entire seven week competition will win the grand prize of one million dollars!  Episodes begin airing June 10 and 17 before moving into its regular timeslot on July 11.





USTownhall RealStories speaks with Nick Lachey of The Winner Is:

USTH: Can you just talk a little bit about the process by which the show found these contestants? Was there some kind of audition process?

NICK LACHEY: We had a great scouting department that really searched the country for great talent. I can't emphasize enough that these are talented people from every walk of life. I mean, everything from an emergency room nurse to a chicken farmer to a 10-year-old 6th grader. I think we've really captured talent form all across the country.
And so there were four or five different cities you could go and actually audition in. But in addition to that, we took submissions online. And again, the scouting department did a great job of finding truly the most talented people in the country and bringing them to LA for the show. So I really commend them for doing a great job.


NUP_155421_0136_crUSTH: If you were a contestant on the show, how much of a risk taker would you be? Would you try to go all the way or would there be a point where you would say you'll just take the money and leave the show?

NICK LACHEY: Well, I think that's the real captivating thing about this show. I think any performer who comes into this, they're coming in with the intention of going all the way and winning the $1 million. I mean, that's the goal.

But when you get in the heat of the battle and you just give them your performance and your opponent's giving a great performance, it's really tough to reason how the judges in the audience have voted the thing.

So, it becomes this really walking the fine line between being confident in your performance and in yourself and also trying to take yourself out of the situation enough to be objective and say, "All right, should I take the money? It'd be a shame to walk home with nothing right now. Should I take the money and leave with something in my pocket?"

So that's where the real drama comes into this whole thing. So it's tough to know. I mean, you like to think you'd go in and make the rational, smart decision but when you're in the heat of the battle – I think you can ask any performer. We have a great amount of pride in what we do. And it's tough to admit that you've been beaten, so to speak.

So, it becomes a real mental challenge to balance those things and make the right decisions so fast.


USTH: For this first season, do you know how many episodes it's going to run?

NICK LACHEY: Yes. For this first one I believe we have seven, which includes the $1 million finale. Or is that wrong, maybe six. I can't remember now offhand.

NIKKI LICHTERMAN (from NBC publicity): Seven.

NICK LACHEY: Seven, yeah. So there is seven. So there's six preliminary episodes and then the 7th one is the $1 million finale where we take the winner of the previous six and then they all compete for the chance at the $1 million. So that's what kind of makes up the first season.


USTH: As far as things are concerned right now, is the show just scheduled to be on  just this one summer season or do you see it basically continuing as an ongoing series?

NICK LACHEY: Well, I love the show. I can speak honestly that in filming it we would all sit backstage and literally we'd have wagers going on as to whether people are going to take the money, not take the money. I think it's a really, really intriguing, captivating show that I think is really going to catch on, which would suggest that we come back for many more seasons. I think that's the hope.


USTH: And as you look back on these past seven episodes that you've filmed, what are your thoughts that you're left with about how this experience was for you?

NICK LACHEY: I had a blast shooting this show. I mean, that's what I really took away from it. Got to meet some very, very talented people, meet some great young singers and old singers for that matter. But more than anything, what I loved about doing this show was the ability for me to really be myself. I mean, I think more than you saw maybe on The Sing-Off in the past.
In this show, I was able to really loosen up and be me and interject a little more and it was a looser kind of environment – just a different kind of show.
So, I think each and every show you host – they're all different and they all kind of tap into a different part of your personality. And this one certainly did for me, but it was a lot of fun to be a part of and a lot of fun to do and certainly hope we get to do a lot more of them.

Our thanks to Nick Lachey for taking the time to speak with us.  The Winner Is has two sneak peek episodes on Monday, June 10 and Monday, June 17 – both following NBC's hit series, The VoiceThe Winner Is then returns for the remainder of its run on Thursday, July 11 at 9pm.



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part 1: Guiding Light

part 2: Days of Our Lives

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Animation historian JERRY BECK

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2nd interview

singer-songwriter JOSH GROBAN

web series producer KAI SOREMEKUN of Chick

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Oscar-winning actress KATHY BATES of Harry's Law Television producer KENNETH JOHNSON of V, Bionic Woman, Incredible Hulk KYLE BORNHEIMER & HAYES MacARTHUR of Perfect Couples

Terrence Howard, René Balcer

Dick Wolf, Alfred Molina, Alana de la Garza

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Ian Anthony Dale, Nick Wauters

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