''Glee'' nominated at 2010 Emmy Awards

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''Glee'' nommé aux Emmy Awards 2010.

Emmy nominations in major categories
By The Associated Press – Thu Jul 8, 11:10 am ET

Nominees in major categories for the 2010 Emmy Awards announced Thursday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Drama Series: "Breaking Bad," AMC; "Dexter," Showtime; "The Good Wife," CBS; "Lost," ABC; "True Blood," HBO; "Mad Men," AMC.

Comedy Series: "Curb Your Enthusiasm," HBO; "Glee," Fox; "Modern Family," ABC; "The Office," NBC; "Nurse Jackie," Showtime; "30 Rock," NBC.

Miniseries: "The Pacific," HBO; "Return to Cranford (Masterpiece)," PBS.

Made-for-TV Movie: "Endgame (Masterpiece)," PBS; "Georgia O'Keeffe," Lifetime; "Moonshot," History; "The Special Relationship," HBO; "Temple Grandin," HBO; "You Don't Know Jack," HBO.

Actor, Drama Series: Bryan Cranston, "Breaking Bad," AMC; Michael C. Hall, "Dexter," Showtime; Kyle Chandler, "Friday Night Lights," DirecTV; Hugh Laurie, "House," Fox; Matthew Fox, "Lost," ABC; Jon Hamm, "Mad Men," AMC.

Actress, Drama Series: Kyra Sedgwick, "The Closer," TNT; Glenn Close, "Damages," FX; Connie Britton, "Friday Night Lights," DirecTV; Julianna Margulies, "The Good Wife," CBS; Mariska Hargitay, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," NBC; January Jones, "Mad Men," AMC.

Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Aaron Paul, "Breaking Bad," AMC; Martin Short, "Damages," FX; Terry O'Quinn, "Lost," ABC; Michael Emerson, "Lost," ABC; John Slattery, "Mad Men," AMC; Andre Braugher, "Men of a Certain Age," TNT.

Supporting Actress, Drama Series: Sharon Gless, "Burn Notice," USA; Rose Byrne, "Damages," FX; Archie Panjabi, "The Good Wife," CBS; Christine Baranski, "The Good Wife," CBS; Christina Hendricks, "Mad Men," AMC; Elisabeth Moss," Mad Men," AMC.

Actor, Comedy Series: Jim Parsons, "The Big Bang Theory," CBS; Larry David, "Curb Your Enthusiasm," HBO; Matthew Morrison, "Glee," Fox; Tony Shalhoub, "Monk," USA; Steve Carell, "The Office," NBC; Alec Baldwin, "30 Rock," NBC.

Actress, Comedy Series: Lea Michele, "Glee," Fox; Julia Louis-Dreyfus, "The New Adventures of Old Christine," CBS; Edie Falco, "Nurse Jackie," Showtime; Amy Poehler, "Parks and Recreation," NBC; Tina Fey, "30 Rock," NBC; Toni Collette, "United States of Tara," Showtime.

Supporting Actor, Comedy Series: Chris Colfer, "Glee," Fox; Neil Patrick Harris, "How I Met Your Mother," CBS; Jesse Tyler Ferguson, "Modern Family," ABC; Eric Stonestreet, "Modern Family," ABC; Ty Burrell, "Modern Family"; ABC; Jon Cryer, "Two and a Half Men, CBS.

Supporting Actress, Comedy Series: Jane Lynch, "Glee," Fox; Julie Bowen, "Modern Family," ABC; Sofia Vergara, "Modern Family," ABC; Kristen Wiig, "Saturday Night Live," NBC; Jane Krakowski, "30 Rock," NBC; Holland Taylor, "Two and a Half Men," CBS.

Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Jeff Bridges, "A Dog Year," HBO; Ian McKellen, "The Prisoner," AMC; Michael Sheen, "The Special Relationship," HBO; Dennis Quaid, "The Special Relationship," HBO; Al Pacino, "You Don't Know Jack," HBO.

Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Maggie Smith, "Capturing Mary," HBO; Joan Allen, "Georgia O'Keefe," Lifetime; Judi Dench, "Return to Cranford (Masterpiece)," PBS; Hope Davis, "The Special Relationship," HBO; Claire Danes, "Temple Grandin," HBO.

Supporting Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Michael Gambon, "Emma (Masterpiece)," PBS; Patrick Stewart, "Hamlet (Great Performances)," PBS; Jonathan Pryce, "Return to Cranford (Masterpiece)," PBS; David Straithairn, "Temple Grandin," HBO; John Goodman, "You Don't Know Jack," HBO.

Supporting Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Kathy Bates, "Alice," Syfy; Julia Ormond, "Temple Grandin," HBO; Catherine O'Hara, "Temple Grandin," HBO; Brenda Vaccaro, "You Don't Know Jack," HBO; Susan Sarandon, "You Don't Know Jack," HBO.

Full list is available at http://www.emmys.com

Source: AP.

Newbie `Glee' and late-night shows add Emmy suspense
By LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer – 08/07/2010

LOS ANGELES – TV newcomers "Modern Family" and "Glee" are poised to bring sizzle to the Emmy nominations, while late-night talk shows could add a dash of conflict.
After three years of "30 Rock" domination of the comedy series category, the sitcom may be challenged by the two freshman series that combine humor and sentiment — and nonstop music in the case of "Glee."
Nominees for the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards were to be announced early Thursday by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, with help from Joel McHale of "Community" and Sofia Vergara of "Modern Family."
The late-night scene, beset by rivalry and personal woes, could yield dueling "Tonight Show" nominations for ex-host Conan O'Brien and the resurrected Jay Leno in the best variety-series category. O'Brien's bid for recognition was boosted by a TBS campaign that also served to highlight his upcoming show for the cable channel.
David Letterman, who turned affairs with female staffers and a blackmail attempt into high broadcast drama, has routinely garnered nominations for his show. Will TV academy voters have a change of heart this year?
Marital discord may affect Charlie Sheen's chances of repeating as a nominee for the sitcom "Two and a Half Men." The actor has a court hearing next week on charges stemming from a domestic-dispute case involving his wife.
Besides a best comedy nod, "Modern Family" could nab nominations for members of the ensemble cast that includes Vergara, Ed O'Neill, Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen, all of whom submitted their names in the supporting actor or actress categories.
"Glee" stars Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele are in the hunt for lead acting nods, while the show's Chris Colfer has a shot at a best supporting actor nomination.
Alec Baldwin of "30 Rock," Bryan Cranston of "Breaking Bad" and Glenn Close of "Damages," all of whom claimed two best-acting wins in a row, could be nominees again. So could Toni Collette, who won a top comedy acting award last year for "United States of Tara."
Other series that might make the best-comedy series cut include "The Big Bang Theory," "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Family Guy."
Two-time drama winner "Mad Men" is likely to get another nod, perhaps to be challenged by a field that includes "Breaking Bad," "Dexter" and the acclaimed new series "The Good Wife" starring Julianna Margulies. The final "Lost" mystery may be whether its last season brings a nomination.
"Saturday Night Live" is within striking distance of a record set by "ER" as all-time leading nominee. The variety show trails the medical drama's total 124 nods by just 10. Last year, "SNL" earned 13 nominations — and this time around, it has Betty White's gig as host in its arsenal.
The Emmy Awards will air Aug. 29 on NBC, with Jimmy Fallon hosting. The ceremony, which usually airs in September, was moved up to avoid a conflict with NBC's Sunday NFL broadcasts.

Source: AP.

''Glee'' nominated at 2010 Emmy Awards
In could add dash of conflict
In this photo taken Aug. 6, 2009, 'Glee' cast members from left, Diana Agron, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Lea Michele and Jessalyn Gilsig participate in a panel discussion at the FOX Television Critics Association summer press tour in Pasadena, Calif. TV newcomers 'Modern Family' and 'Glee' are poised to bring sizzle to the Emmy nominations Thursday July 8, 2010, while late-night talk shows could add a dash of conflict.
Photo: AP/Chris Pizzello.

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