Kevin (Probably) Saves the World

 

Kevin World

This show is a quirky comedy. Jason Ritter is a genius to Kevin, his comedic talent is sure laughable and where does he get it from? From his father John Ritter who passed away in 2003.

Kevin Finn is struggling. Directionless and clueless self-serving, he seems to be drifting ever closer to total despair. With his life spiraling further and further out of control, he heads home to seek refuge with his widowed twin sister, Amy,( JoAnna Garcia Swisher) a university professor who works for Astrophysics and her young daughter, Reese(Chloe East), niece to Kevin, and a rebel teenager.

On his first night there, life takes an unexpected turn when he receives an unlikely celestial being named Yvette (Kimberly Hebert Gregory), a guardian or an angel who came from a meteorite crash. The Guardian helps Kevin and his family to have a stronger connection together. The Guardian has a mission for him: to save the world. It’s going to take a lot of trial and error, but maybe a bigger purpose is exactly what he’s needed all along. Kevin ex-girlfriend worked as a high school teacher.

This show reminds me of Highway to Heaven, but different. Everyone needs a guardian or angel to help with the tough times.

So Watch Kevin Probably Saves the World on ABC on Tuesday Night.

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Caitlyn Jenner the Breakfast of Champion

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Caitlyn Jenner accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPY Awards on Wednesday night, and the 65-year-old Olympian took the stage to deliver a powerful, emotionally-charged call for compassion and acceptance. And she looked stunning and gorgeous in a white Atelier Versace gown. She addressed her critics and shared important messages with those who aren’t ready to accept and respect trans people and issues. By the way, she is not in drag out fit, that’s really her. Looked at her features.

“If you want to call me names, make jokes, doubt my intentions, go ahead because the reality is, I can take it. But for the thousands of kids out there coming to terms with being true to who they are, they shouldn’t have to take it.”

You can vent that she doesn’t deserve it, but she deserve it. Being Bruce Jenner in the past, really paid off. He worked hard to become a successful athlete.

Jenner used her public platform to share an important message about the difficulties facing thousands of trans men and women across the world, and redirected the spotlight from herself to the plight of others struggling to find acceptance.

“All across the world at this very moment there are young people coming to terms with being transgender. They are learning that they’re different, and they’re trying to figure out how to handle that, on top of every other problem that a teenager has,” Jenner said. “They are getting bullied, they are getting beaten up. They’re getting murdered and they are committing suicide.”

Jenner went on to share the tragic stories of 17-year-old woman Mercedes Williamson, who was found murdered in Mississippi, and 15-year-old Sam Taub, who committed suicide. Jenner shared that the deaths haunted her, and that she found herself wondering if anything could have been changed if she had done what she could to shine a spotlight on trans issues earlier.

“With attention comes responsibility,” Jenner told the audience of celebrities and sports stars. “As a group, as athletes, how you conduct your lives, what you say, what you do, is absorbed and observed by millions of people. Especially young people.”

“I know I’m clear with my responsibility going forward: To tell my story the right way, for me. To keep learning. To do whatever I can to reshape the landscape of how trans issues are viewed, how trans people are treated,” Jenner added. “And then, more broadly, to promote a very simple idea. Accepting people for who they are. Accepting people’s differences.”

Jenner struggled with her own identity for years before transitioning, and she admitted to even contemplating suicide at one point in her journey. Jenner’s struggles were documented in a poignant video package, narrated by Jon Hamm, that preceded Jenner’s speech.

Since Jenner introduced herself to the world in Vanity Fair in June 2015, she’s received a lot of support from fans and the public. However, she has also been at the receiving end of a lot of hatred, vitriol and criticism.

Jenner also took the opportunity to thank the people who meant the most in her life, and was brought to tears when she acknowledged the support she’s received from her children and family, who were in the audience to support her.

Jenner thanked her mother, who joined her for the grand occasion just days after undergoing major surgery.

“I have always thought I got my courage and my determination from my dad, who landed on Omaha Beach and fought all the way through World War II,” Jenner shared. “But you know what? I’m realizing now mom that I think I got all those qualities from you.”

Jenner also shared a very heartwarming message of gratitude with him children, who sat together in the audience.

“I’d like to thank my family. The biggest fear of coming out if I never wanted to hurt anyone else. Most of all my family and my kids,” Jenner said, fighting back tears. “I always wanted my kids to be proud of their dad for what he was able to accomplish in his life. You guys have given so much back to me, you give me so much support. I am so, so grateful to have all of you in my life. Thank you.”

Most of Jenner’s family turned out for her big night, and the group even snapped a pic backstage commemorating the occasion.

Her speech was inspiring and she was confident and strong. Being a woman makes other women stronger. I think that was her messages throughout the whole speech. Making other women stronger and being a transgender. Don’t poke fun of children, because they would not understand. Poke fun at adults, we can take it. Because we are responsible, and what action we can take. People have to learn. We have to teach them what’s right and wrong. Give them information and we can stop the violence and hatred. If we don’t. We will go to hell, that’s today reality. Teach your children and teens. They can be anything they wanted to be, only they have to work hard at it and it will take time.

Caitlyn Jenner is a new role model for children and teens. He is the breakfast of champions!

By the way, did anyone watch the ESPY awards last night?

Notes:

http://www.etonline.com/tv/168061_caitlyn_jenner_delivers_powerful_espy_awards_speech_gets_emotional_about_her_family/

Academy Awards 2015

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As you may know “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)” or “Birdman”, that’s what I would called it, won for Best Picture.  Other nominees in this category were “Boyhood”, “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, “The Imitation Game”, “Selma”, “The Theory of Everything”, “Whiplash” and “Fifty Shades of Grey”. What?  Probably for best use of sex toys in the movie.

Birdman won three awards, Best Director went to Alejandro G. Inarritu, Best Cinematography went to Emmanuel Lubezki, he won last year for “Gravity” in 2014. I have got to watch this when it comes on DVD and see the photo techniques that he used and apply it for taking pictures. I am photographer and like the cinematography in the movies.  And it won for best original screenplay. As long, it won for technical stuff. Working behind the scenes is always important in the film making process.  Got to get it right, the visionary aspect of what to see and how to put it together.

Eddie Redmayne won for best actor for “The Theory Everything” bio film of Stephen hawking. He is best known as Jupiter Ascending 2015.  On television, he was in the Doctors (2003). Les Misérables (2012).

Julianne Moore won for Best Actress for Still Alice. She is best known as Sarah Palin in the Game Change (2012) and received the Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award, all for Best Actress. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997). From 1985 to 1988, she was a regular in the soap opera As the World Turns, earning a Daytime Emmy for her performance.  Her first screen role came in 1984, in an episode of the soap opera The Edge of Night.

Patricia Arquette won for Boyhood for Best Supporting Actress. You may remember her in NBC’s Medium, she played fictionalized version of psychic medium Allison DuBios. In other words, she saw dead people. She won awards for her role. She won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in 2005, as well as nominations for a Golden Globe in 2005, 2006 and 2007. While making Boyhood.

J.K. Simmons won for best supporting actor for Whiplash. You may recognize him in the Farmer Insurance ads. Also the short live and cancel show of NBC’s Growing Up Fisher, he played a blind lawyer. I like that show. Watch on Netflix. He was in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man. He played Jonah Jameson, newspaper chief editor. And he also does the voice for the animated series in the Ultimate Spider-Man, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. and Avengers Assemble.

“Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” tied for the most nominations. The Grand Budapest Hotel took home Best Original Score for Alexandre Desplat, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design and Best Makeup and Hair styling.

Poland’s “Ida” won Best Foreign Language Film, the first film from Poland to ever win the Oscar in the category. “Big Hero 6” won Best Animated Film. Laura Poitras’ “Citizenfour” won Best Documentary.

Graham Moore Acceptance Speech

Common and John Legend won Best Original Song for “Glory” from “Selma.”

Lady Gaga did a fantastic job in singing the medley of the Sound of Music 50th Anniversary of the movie. It is celebrate and love by all America.

Other Winners are:

Best Picture

“Birdman”

 

Best Director

Alejandro González Iñárritu, “Birdman”

 

Best Actress

Julianne Moore, “Still Alice”

 

Best Actor

Eddie Redmayne, “The Theory of Everything”

 

Best Supporting Actress

Patricia Arquette, “Boyhood”

 

Best Supporting Actor

J.K. Simmons, “Whiplash”

 

Best Adapted Screenplay

Graham Moore, “The Imitation Game”

 

Best Original Screenplay

Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris and Armando Bo, “Birdman”

 

Best Foreign Language Film

“Ida”

 

Best Documentary Feature

“CITIZENFOUR”

 

Best Animated Feature

“Big Hero 6”

 

Best Film Editing

“Whiplash”

 

Best Original Song

“Glory” from “Selma” (written by Common and John Legend)

 

Best Original Score

Alexandre Desplat, “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

 

Best Cinematography

Emmanuel Lubezki, “Birdman”

 

Best Costume Design

“The Grand Budapest Hotel”

 

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

“The Grand Budapest Hotel”

 

Best Production Design

“The Grand Budapest Hotel”

 

Best Sound Editing

“American Sniper”

 

Best Sound Mixing

“Whiplash”

 

Best Visual Effects

“Interstellar”

 

Best Short Film, Live Action

“The Phone Call”

 

Best Short Film, Animated

“Feast”

 

Best Documentary, Short Subject

“Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1”

What you missed, they were cancel

People are not watching television shows anymore. Why? Maybe the shows are getting bored, especially the plot lines or episodes every week. Especially around the eight o clock hour and the rest of the hours, that goes up to eleven o clock in the evening and then we go to sleep.  The shows and their plot lines have to be intriguing with story and character of the shows.

When critics watch these shows and they think we should watch these shows, we may watch the first episode or pilot show of the new season. We may like it, but it all comes what plot lines for every episodes and the actors in the show that we like to see in our living room every night. And do we have to time to watch it?  Reality shows are great to watch. How about scripted shows?

Here are some of the shows that will end soon this year and never coming back, because they were, cancel because of low ratings of TV viewers. Or they never seen these shows, until now.

State of Affairs – NBC

This political drama from NBC sees Katherine Heigl playing a CIA analyst who advises the first female African American president (played by Alfre Woodard) on matters involving national security. This show was getting low ratings and it will be cancel by NBC soon. Heigl’s star power has certainly faded in recent years and this series wasn’t what she needed to get back on top. State of Affairs got mixed reviews from critics. “The writing does no one any favors, failing even to make the most of Alfre Woodard as president,” said a source. With poor ratings and reviews, it doesn’t look like there’s much incentive to keep this one around.

Hart of Dixie

The CW has been on a winning streak recently with its first ever Golden Globe win for Jane the Virgin, as well as top ratings for its DC Comics-based shows The Flash and Arrow. The one weak point in the network’s lineup seems to be this Rachel Bilson-star, in which she plays a New York doctor who decides to take a job at a practice in Alabama after going through some personal turmoil. Heart of Dixie will end after four seasons on the CW.

If the Jane the Virgin can hold up, since they won for best TV show from the Golden Globe awards a month ago and the actress too. Maybe a better time slot and the viewers can watch this show and see why this show is funnier and intriguing to watch.

CSI

CSI will be cancel from CBS, they don’t have to investigated what happened to this show after 15 season on CBS. The spin offs are better and getting good reviews. Crime is crime and they solve numerous mysteries death by using CSI techniques. I really like one episode, when they killed off Justin Bieber. He was a fan of the show. Look how Justin Bieber rose to fame and downhill it came.

Stalker

CBS’s attempt at a new crime procedural failed with this mess of a show about LAPD’s Threat Assessment Unit and victims of stalking. They should have taken real life cases of stalkers crimes and it could have been a hit and mention in the beginning of the show that these episodes are real cases and use actors to represent the story. But the show itself was misguided of being not stalked by viewers to watch this show. It will be cancel soon.

Resurrection

This ABC drama about a group of people who have to deal with the fact that a bunch of their family members suddenly rise from the dead and rejoin life as if nothing happened probably would have been more successful if it was the zombie show it kind of sounds like it should be. It’s a zombie show. The show is based on the Jason Mott novel “The Returned”, which also spawned a French series that critics say is miles better than the US version.  “You should watch Les Revenants; it aired on Sundance and is now on Netflix, and it’s really good. Resurrection is not as good. It’s a little too sunny, a little too perky about people coming back from the dead,” said Vulture. This show is not be resurrected. Eat brains.

Forever

ABC drama about an immortal medical examiner is going to be cancelled. While the examiner’s 200 years on Earth give him insights into his profession that no one else has as he solves murders in New York City, it seems like this show just wasn’t destined to live forever. The last remaining nine episodes is being shown and it is not Forever.

Revenge

At the end of the third season, the show had been teasing all along finally occurred and now the show is attempting to figure out how to continue without that tension. “Going forward, though, Revenge is going to have to determine what the show looks like without Emily going after the Graysons at every turn, because as shown in this episode, they haven’t quite figured that part out yet,” It seems likely the show won’t get the chance to work that stuff out. So will she get revenge of the low ratings and viewership of the TV audience.

Dancing With the Stars Got Better talent

The stars was out. I meant on Dancing With the Stars. It was a spectacular night of dancing.  The light-footed Sherri Shepard from  The View, Melissa “Half Pint” Gilbert, tennis pro Martina Navratilova, Gladys Knight sans Pips, and Jaleel White from “Family Matters” do you remember the Urkle Dance? He wants to win DWTS not repeat the past, but he was famous for the Urkle dance, but he’s not going to do that – he’s a man now. Joining them are the judges Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Carrie-Ann Inaba.

Derek Hough was paired with Extra! Talk show host Maria Menounos, the dancing was excellent, and everything Derek Hough touches turn into a gold winning performance, except for one thing. It was Maria Menouno’s laughter, that was annoying, but if Derek makes her dance and not to laugh, he might win again.

Jack Wagner’s soap opera/rock star/Heather Locklear leading man status, remember “MelrosePlace”?  His dancing partner is Anna Trebunskaya, and they were doing the Foxtrot. Even though Jack is older than Anna, for lunch they went out to a restaurant order their meal and ask the server if his meal was a senior discount.

Green Bay Packers’ Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd, early dismissal from Metta World Peace? Who? – Ron Artest. He should have kept his real name. Anyway, Donald and Peta did a rigorous dance move with the cha-cha, and it was good.  Donald Driver was driven.

Gavin DeGraw, musician and singer, was paired with reigning champion Karina Smirnoff, they did the Foxtrot. It was good, but if they have used one of his songs, he will be better. It was a good foxtrot.

They got to put a Disney star on the show, Roshon Fegan, “Shake it Up,” 20, partner with Chelsie Hightower. He shook his bon-bon, in a high energy cha-cha performance. He is a hip-hop dancer, and he dances on the show, if you haven’t seen him dance before. Catch an episode of “Shake it Up” on the Disney channel. His cast mates were there to support him. I Can’t wait to see him how he does it, and I hope he listens to his dance partner and stay on the show for a good long time.

Sherri Shepherd, “The View” and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy, did the fox trot. Her attitude was so infectious that the judges were willing to overlook her literal missteps. Even Len thought she was, “Fun fun fun.”  Sherri should stick with dancing and anything that has the word “Sherri” in the song it should be played. It motivates her. And by the way, she left her boobs on the dance floor. So dance contestants don’t slip.

Laura Gilbert and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are dance partners.  She asked if he ever saw a TV show called “Little House on the Prairie” Maksim said no, and he has not seen an episode of her, they probably they dubbed the show in Russia and found out quite hysterical to watch it in Russia.

William Levy, the hot Spanish Mexican heart throb dance with Cherly Burke and she loves her job. So does Carrie Ann too, and man he can dance, I think.  When they finished their dance routine, the audience melted with excited, they were good. He’s a keeper.  Bruno declared that William was overdressed, he got the same clothes; like Bruno, he wanted to see fewer clothes on William Levy. Len gave positive remarks, but probably out of fear of inciting an angry mob.

Martina Navratilova, 55, and tennis player Tony Dovolani was her dance partner, and it was good. It was her first time wearing a sequin dress, heels and extension in 20 years. Most of her time would be playing in her tennis outfit, but when she danced, she was elegant.

 We may not know Katherine Jenkins, 31-year-old Welsh opera star who has sold 6 million albums in Europe and starred on the British version of The Celebrity Apprentice.  We may not remember her, but she performed on DWTS a couple of years ago. Her  dancing was magnificent with Mark Ballas and it earned the highest score with the judges. But will American audience loved her and her dancing with Mark Ballas. We will see as she progress.

Motown legend Gladys Knight brought the house down with her energetic performance. Her dance partner was Tristan MacManus. Carrie Ann’s crawl across the judge’s desk, she could have walked around the desk and then hug her. Gladys Knight did an excellent job.

I hope he stays, Jaleel White. He played the annoying character “Steve Urkle” on the “Family Matter.” Do you remember the Urkel dance? That was the craze back then, he doesn’t want to be remembered by the Urkle dance, but he really wants to win, and I hope he does. His dance partner Kym Johnson and Jaleel sailed across the dance floor, and they were fantastic. Remember to vote for Jaleel White, maybe he will do the Urkel dance.

Mad Men and Modern Family wins Emmy Gold.

The Emmys in cased you missed it or probably watched the show went good tonight on NBC. Jimmy Fallon, the host for the evening, did a terrific job as a hosting.

Fallon kicked off the night with a “Glee”-ful opening number, and he delivered on his pre-show promise that the awards would celebrate all of the past year in television, not just the nominated shows. There were well-produced montages for all the genres the Emmys honor (comedy, drama, reality, variety and miniseries and movies), and Fallon’s musical tribute to some of the long-running shows that ended this year was fantastic — we collectively nearly fell off our chairs when he poured one out for “Law & Order” in his Boyz II Men getup.

I like the way, Jimmy Fallon was playing the guitar in the middle of the isle  between the audience and doing duets with the celebrities.

There were some new winners at the Emmy such as Edie Falco, “Nurse Jackie” for Lead Actress in a Comedy. She beat out the Lea Michele from “Glee” I thought she deserved the award. She’s funny and she can sing. Tina Fey, “30 Rock” always funny and she writes for the show.

And Jim Parson of “The Big Bang Theory” on CBS, this guy is hilarious to watch. He can delivered dead pan one liners jokes on this show real good and he makes me laugh. So wonder, he deserved an Emmy for his performance.

The top contenders in Best Drama series was “Madman” on AMC, is anyone this show on a Sunday night most of my Sunday nights I watch “Trueblood” on HBO.  I love vampires. It was nominated, probably it was too gory to win an Emmy. Years ago, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” won for best make-up effects and Trueblood gets nothing?

The other contender in the best comedy was “Modern Family” on ABC, it is quite funny to watch. It’s hilarious to watch on ABC on Wednesday night.

 

 

 

Winners for the night are:

Drama Series:
“Breaking Bad”
“Dexter”
“The Good Wife”
“Lost”
“Mad Men”
“True Blood”

Best Comedy Series:
“30 Rock”
“Curb Your Enthusiasm”
“Glee”
“Modern Family”
“Nurse Jackie”
“The Office”

Lead Actress in a Comedy:
Lea Michele, “Glee”
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “The New Adventures of Old Christine”
Edie Falco, “Nurse Jackie”
Amy Poehler, “Parks and Recreation”
Tina Fey, “30 Rock”
Toni Collette, “The United States of Tara”

Lead Actor in a Comedy:
Jim Parsons, “The Big Bang Theory”
Larry David, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”
Matthew Morrison, “Glee”
Tony Shalhoub, “Monk”
Steve Carell, “The Office”
Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock”

Lead Actor in a Drama:
Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad”
Michael C. Hall, “Dexter”
Kyle Chandler, “Friday Night Lights”
Hugh Laurie, “House”
Matthew Fox, “Lost”
Jon Hamm, “Mad Men”

Lead Actress in a Drama:
Kyra Sedgwick, “The Closer”
Glenn Close, “Damages”
Connie Britton, “Friday Night Lights”
Julianna Margulies, “The Good Wife”
Mariska Hargitay, “Law & Order: SVU”
January Jones, “Mad Men”

Supporting Actor in a Comedy:
Chris Colfer, “Glee”
Neil Patrick Harris, “How I Met Your Mother”
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, “Modern Family”
Eric Stonestreet, “Modern Family”
Ty Burrell, “Modern Family”
Jon Cryer, “Two and a Half Men”

Supporting Actress in a Comedy:
Jane Lynch, “Glee”
Julie Bowen, “Modern Family”
Sofia Vergara, ‘Modern Family”
Kristen Wiig, “Saturday Night Live”
Jane Krakowski, “30 Rock”
Holland Taylor, “Two and a Half Men

Supporting Actor in a Drama:
Aaron Paul, “Breaking Bad”
Martin Short, “Damages”
Terry O’Quinn, “Lost”
Michael Emerson, “Lost”
John Slattery, “Mad Men”
Andre Braugher, “Men of a Certain Age”

Supporting Actress in a Drama:
Sharon Gless, “Burn Notice”
Rose Byrne, “Damages”
Archie Panjabi, “The Good Wife”
Christine Baranski, “The Good Wife”
Christina Hendricks, “Mad Men”
Elisabeth Moss, “Mad Men”

Reality Competition Series:
“The Amazing Race”
“American Idol”
“Dancing With the Stars”
“Project Runway”
“Top Chef”

Variety, Music or Comedy Series:
“The Colbert Report”
“The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”
“Real Time with Bill Maher”
“Saturday Night Live”
“The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”

Miniseries:
“The Pacific”
“Return to Cranford (Masterpiece)”

Made for Television Movie:
“Endgame (Masterpiece)”
“Georgia O’Keeffe”
“Moonshot”
“The Special Relationship”
“Temple Grandin”
“You Don’t Know Jack”

Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie:
Jeff Bridges, “A Dog Year”
Ian McKellen, “The Prisoner”
Michael Sheen, “The Special Relationship”
Dennis Quaid, “The Special Relationship”
Al Pacino, “You Don’t Know Jack”

Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie:
Maggie Smith, “Capturing Mary”
Joan Allen, “Georgia O’Keeffe”
Dame Judi Dench, “Return to Cranford”
Hope Davis, “The Special Relationship”
Claire Danes, “Temple Grandin”

Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie:
Michael Gambon, “Emma (Masterpiece)”
Patrick Stewart, “Hamlet”
Jonathan Pryce, “Return to Cranford”
David Strathairn, “Temple Grandin”
John Goodman, “You Don’t Know Jack”

Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie:
Kathy Bates, “Alice”
Julia Ormond, “Temple Grandin”
Catherine O’Hara, “Temple Grandin”
Brenda Vaccaro, “You Don’t Know Jack”
Susan Sarandon, “You Don’t Know Jack”

Writing in a Comedy Series:
“30 Rock”
“Glee”
“Modern Family”
“The Office”

Directing in a Comedy Series:
“30 Rock”
“Glee”
“Modern Family”
“Nurse Jackie”

Writing in a Drama Series:
“Friday Night Lights”
“The Good Wife”
“Mad Men”
“Lost”

Directing in a Drama Series:

“Breaking Bad”
“Dexter”
“Lost”
“Mad Men”
“Treme”

Best Casting of a Drama Series: “Mad Men”

Best Casting of a Movie/Mini: “The Pacific”

Best Casting of a Comedy Series: “Modern Family”

Best Prosthetic Makeup for Series, Movie or Mini: “The Pacific”

Best Makeup for Movie or Mini (Non-Prosthetic): “The Pacific”

Best Makeup for a Single-Camera Series, Movie, Mini or Special (Non-Prosthetic): “Grey’s Anatomy” for episode “Suicide Is Painless”

Best Makeup/ Multi-Camera (Non-Prosthetic): “Saturday Night Live” for Betty White episode

Best Guest Actress in a Comedy: Betty White, “Saturday Night Live”

Best Costumes for Movie/Mini: “Return to Cranford”

Best Costumes for a Series: “The Tudors,” Episode 408

Best Costumes for a Variety Musical Program (juried award): Rodney Munoz for “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Episodes 09-1266,  “So You Think You Can Dance’s” Soyon An for Top 12 performance episode and Jeanette Diane Moffat for “Titan Maxium”

Best Hairstyling for Multi-Camera Series or Special: “Dancing With the Stars”

Best Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series: “Mad Men”

Best Music Direction: “Olympic Games”

Best Choreography: Mia Michaels, “So You Think You Can Dance” (for these routines: “Gravity/Addiction”, “Koop Island Blues” and “One”)

Best Music Score: “24”

Best Music Score for Movie/Mini: “Temple Grandin”

Best Music and Lyrics: “Monk” for “When I’m Gone”

Best Art Direction for Variety or Nonfiction Program: “Academy Awards”

Best Art Direction for Movie/Mini: “The Pacific”

Best Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series:
“The Tudors”

Best Picture Editing for Comedy Series: “Modern Family”

Best Picture Editing for Drama Series (Single Camera): “Lost”

Best Picture Editing for Movie/Mini (Single Camera): “Temple Grandin”

Best Short Form Picture Editing: “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”

Best Picture Editing for a Special: “The 25th Anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert”

Best Picture Editing for Nonfiction Program:
“By the People: Election of Barack Obama”

Best Picture Editing for Reality Program: “Intervention”

Best Animated Program: “Disney Prep and Landing”

Best Short Form Animated Program: “Robot Chicken”

Best Individual Achievement in Animation (juried award): “Disney Prep & Landing” (x3), “Family Guy,” “Generator Rex,” “The Day That Everything Changed” (x2), “Heart of Stone,” “The Ricky Gervais Show” and “The Simpsons”

Best Voiceover Performance:
Anne Hathaway, “The Simpsons”

Best Stunt Coordination: “Flash Forward”

Best Visual Effects in a Series: “CSI”

Best Visual Effects in a Movie/Mini/Special: “The Pacific, Part 5”

Best Main Titles Design: “Bored to Death”

Best Main Title Theme Music: “Nurse Jackie”

Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series: John Lithgow, “Dexter”

Best Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series: “Glee”

Best Sound Mixing for a Mini/Movie: “The Pacific, Part 2”

Best Sound Mixing for Half-Hour Series (Tie): “Entourage” and “Modern Family”

Best Sound Mixing for Music Series or Special (tie): “Grammy Awards” and “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert”

Best Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction Program: “Deadliest Catch”

Best Sound Mixing for a Miniseries, Movie or Special: “The Pacific”

Best Sound Editing for Nonfiction Programming:
“America the Story of Us”

Best Sound Editing for a Series: “24”

Best Tech Direction for a Series: “Dancing with the Stars”

Best Tech Direction for a Mini/Special: “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert”

Best Cinematography for Nonfiction: “Life”

Best Cinematography for Movie/Mini: “Return to Cranford”

Best Cinematography for One-Hour Show:
“CSI”

Best Cinematography for Half-Hour Series: “Weeds”

Best Cinematography for Nonfiction: “Survivor”

Best Lighting: Winter Olympics Opening

Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series: Neil Patrick Harris, “Glee”

Best Direction for Nonfiction:
“My Lai”

Best Writing for Nonfiction: “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea”

Exceptional Merit in Nonfiction Filmmaking: “Nerakhoon (The Betrayal)”

Best Nonfiction Special: “Teddy: In His Own Words”

Best Nonfiction Series:
“National Parks: America’s Best Idea”

Best Special Class Program: “Tony Awards” (with Neil Patrick Harris)

Best Creative Achievement Interactive:
“Star Wars Uncut”

Best Creative Achievement in Interactive Media- Nonfiction: “The Jimmy Fallon Digital Experience”

Best Creative Achievement in Interactive Media- Fiction: “Star Wars: Uncut”

Best Direction of Variety: “Saturday Night Live” for Betty White episode

Best Variety Writing: “Colbert Report”

Best Variety Special: “Kennedy Center Honors”

Best Children’s Program: “Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie”

Best Children’s Nonfiction Program: “Nick News With Linda Ellerbee – The Face Of Courage: Kids Living With Cancer”

Best Commercial: “The Man Your Man Could Smell Like • Old Spice Body Wash”

Best Reality Program: “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution”

Best Reality Host: Jeff Probst, “Survivor”

Best Guest Actress in a Drama Series: Ann-Margret, “Law & Order: SVU”

Were you satisfied with the winners?