“Breaking Bad” and “Modern Family” win more Emmys, while newbies were mostly shunned
At this year”s Primetime Emmy Awards, buzzworthy shows like “True Detective” and “Orange is the New Black” were shut out in favor of winners from last year. In fact, Netflix was shut out on Monday night. Meanwhile, “Sherlock” scored the most wins with seven, followed by “Breaking Bad's” six and “True Detective” and “SNL” with five each. IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Sarah Silverman brought a marijuana vapor pen – but she insists she wasn”t high on stage, Jimmy Kimmel outshined Seth Meyers with his Matthew McConaughey roast, the “Orange is the New Black” cast took a party bus to the Emmys, Ryan Seacrest got revenge on Jimmy Fallon for calling him out, Gwen Stefani mispronounces “The Colbert Report,” Stephen Colbert half-apologized for having 1 woman on his writing staff, Sofia Vergara was part of the “incredibly sexist” portion of the Emmys, Colbert got “Kanye”d” by Jimmy Fallon, Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson channeled “A Night at the Roxbury,” Weird Al put lyrics to theme songs and had and Andy Samberg played King Joffrey, and explaining Lena Dunham”s dress – she wasn”t wearing a wig.
Watch Billy Crystal”s poignant Emmy tribute to Robin Williams
“Robin Williams, what a concept,” he said. PLUS: Sarah Michelle Gellar to Crystal: “I'm not ready to watch yet, but I heard the tribute was beautiful.”
Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Bryan Cranston and I got our spouses to OK us kissing
“I asked my husband if he was OK with that and he said, ‘Sure,” and Bryan checked with his wife and said, ‘Sure,” and we said we would go for it,” she says of their surprise kiss. Adds Cranston: “It”s not a question of why, but more a question of why not?” PLUS: Louis-Dreyfus apparently dissed NBC in her Emmy speech.