The Emmys has its biggest audience since 2005, thanks to the NFL

09.23.13 4 years ago

The Emmys has its biggest audience since 2005, thanks to the NFL
CBS’ decision to air NFL games immediately before last night’s broadcast boosted the Emmys’ ratings 33% from last year, with 17.63 million viewers tuning in.

Emmy Awards producer defends, dissects last night’s broadcast
Ken Ehrlich explains why there was no opening musical number and reveals that the guy behind Neil Patrick Harris was a bit planned by the show.

“Breaking Bad” hits another Emmys ratings mark with penultimate episode
Last night’s episode was watched by 6.6 million.

Report: Jon Hamm to undergo throat surgery
The “Mad Men” star reportedly has two large polyps on his vocal cord, though Hamm’s rep has yet to confirm or deny the diagnosis. PLUS: Hamm sells his NYC home for $2.5 million.

“Glee” recreates iconic Beatles covers
See the “Glee” cast on Abbey Road and “Let it Glee.”

“Dexter” exits with its best-ever audience

About 2.8 million tuned in last night, up from the 2.7 million who watched the Season 7 finale.

Bethany Joy Lenz joins E!’s “Songbyrd”
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Tina Fey suffers wardrobe malfunction on Emmy stage

As she was accepting an award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series, her dress “gaped” in the front.

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