Thank you, 63rd annual Emmy Awards, for bringing Timothy Olyphant into our lives. And hearts. The hunky actor was nominated for outstanding lead actor in a drama series for his role as Raylan Givens in ‘Justified.’ He didn’t win, but we sure did love looking at him.
‘Modern Family’ ruled the 2011 Emmys — the ABC comedy took home the first four awards of the evening, including Outstanding Supporting Actor and Actress in a Comedy Series and, later in the night, winning Outstanding Comedy Series.
Jane Lynch opened the 63rd Emmy Awards with a song and dance number that took the audience through the world of television, reimagined as an inner-city apartment building housing all the top TV shows.
Lynch walked through scenes of hit series like ‘Mad Men‘ (where she was asked to leave the room when she informed Don Draper that in 50 years people would be fast-forwarding through commercials) and ‘The Big Bang Theory’ (where she learned that not all jokes merit canned laughter).
Today, a Canadian hunk. Scott McGillivray comes to us courtesy of our northern neighbor… and boy, are we thankful. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again — it doesn’t get much better than a hottie with a hammer.
With three nominated shows, NBC leads the pack for this category. Our money's on ABC, though, for a repeat from last year's winner 'Modern Family,' but NBC's critical darling 'Parks and Recreation' could pull an upset. Here are all the nominees:
Heck, with his diver’s body and skimpy Speedo, Troy Dumais could have the face of an ogre and still be our Hunk of the Day. Luckily (for us!) that’s not the case — this hottie is handsome from head to toe.
Ah, a man with a hammer. Carpenter Carter Oosterhouse (and part-time Nautica model) stars in two shows on HGTV – ‘Red Hot & Green,’ a program about eco-friendly design, and ‘Carter Can,’ where he helps homeowners through seemingly impossible home improvement dilemmas. Full disclosure: We watch the shows mainly to gawk at Oosterhouse’s unbelievable hotness.
It’s Emmy time! The TV awards presentation is set for next Sunday, September 18th, and all the big shows will be represented. Here are the series that garnered the most nominations in 2011:
This comedy about life behind the scenes of an NBC sketch show is no stranger to the Emmys — it won Best Comedy Series three years in a row, with its streak interrupted only by 'Modern Family’s' win last year. It’s up for the big prize again this year, plus Actor in a Comedy Series (Alec
One reason we love ‘America’s Got Talent‘: It introduces us to hunks in categories we never could have imagined. Say, magicians. Say, Landon Swank. (God, even his name is hunky.) The Alaska native (naturally) is currently fighting it out as one of the show’s top ten remaining acts.
Quintessential California boy Paul Walker is a lot more than just a sandy-haired surfer. The actor from ‘Varsity Blues’ and ‘The Fast and the Furious’ is also a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-itsu, a marine biologist, a race-car driver, an earthquake relief provider!
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