Emmy Fashion Recap

Here is a look at last night’s Emmy fashions from NBC’s Entertainment Buzz:

‘Glee’ Picked Up For A Full Season

Cast of Glee: Pictured back row L-R: Jenna Ushkowitz, Dianna Agron,  Jessalyn Gilsig, Jane Lynch, Mark Salling, Chris Colfer and Amber Riley. Front row L-R: Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Jayma Mays and Cory Monteith. (Photo: Joe Viles/FOX)

Cast of Glee: Pictured back row L-R: Jenna Ushkowitz, Dianna Agron, Jessalyn Gilsig, Jane Lynch, Mark Salling, Chris Colfer and Amber Riley. Front row L-R: Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Jayma Mays and Cory Monteith. (Photo: Joe Viles/FOX)

After airing only two episodes this season,”The Hollywood Reporter” is reporting that Fox has picked up the series Glee. The show about a group of misfits in a high school glee club,has received a full season order by the network. “The response we’ve received to Glee has been remarkable,” Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly told The Reporter. “It’s already got the makings of a cultural phenomenon. I’ve seen all 13 episodes, and Ryan Murphy, his team and the talented Glee cast have knocked our socks off with their incredible work. We’re happy to pick up this gem of a show, and can’t wait to see what they’ll do with the rest of the season.”

The second episode of Glee entitled “Showmance” was well  received by a standing room only crowd at this years Comic-Con convention in San Diego. The series doesn’t appear to be loosing it’s steam after it impressive debut last May after the American Idol Season 8 Finale.

Glee airs Wednesdays on Fox.

Casting Call in Los Angeles: The Grinch That Stole Christmas The Musical looking for Whos

Audition to be a “Who” inAreYouAWho
Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch
Stole Christmas! The Musical
debuting at Hollywood’s
historic Pantages Theatre
this holiday season!
Do you have what it takes to be “A Who”?
If you’re 9-14 years old, no more than 5 feet tall, and you’ve got talent,
Application deadline:
All tape submissions must be received no later than
5:00 PM PST on Friday, September 25, 2009.
If chosen, you must be in the Los Angeles, California area full time from Sunday, October 4, 2009 through Sunday, January 3, 2010. On Sunday & Monday, October 4th & 5th, you will be required for rehearsals and the live audition. You will be given very short notice to arrive in Los Angeles. Additionally, if you are selected to be in the cast, you may be needed for preparatory appointments between Tuesday, October 6th – Sunday, October 11th, and you will need to be available to the production from October 12th, 2009 – January 3rd, 2010 and reside in Los Angeles or vicinity during that time. In addition, if you are selected to be in the cast, you will be required to enter into an Actor’s Equity Association contract with the production, and you may be required to become a member of Actor’s Equity Association.
To learn more click here: I Want To Be A Who

A Look Back: Soap Opera Recap

Roger Howarth as Paul Ryan on As The World Turns (Photo/CBS)

Roger Howarth as Paul Ryan on As The World Turns (Photo/CBS)

Here’s what happened on the soaps last week:

All My Children— Ryan and Erica hosted a dance marathon to support children’s hunger in Africa. Adam told Scott he wasn’t sure if Kendall shot Stuart. Frankie was reinstated to Pine Valley Hospital. Spike told Liza that his mommy was “inside the wall”. Madison drugged Randi.

As The World Turns— Paul and Emily got married. Lily and Damian made love. Audrey used Ralph to launder James’ money. Maeve and Holden couldn’t escape.

Bold And Beautiful— Eric wanted to adopt Marcus. Justin confronted Donna about their past and wondered if Marcus was his son. Bill and Katie grew closer. Jackie shared her sordid past with Owen.

Days Of Our Lives— Chloe woke up and cleared Daniel’s name. Melanie and Nathan were arrested. Kate asked Stefano for help. Rafe tried to prove that Sami was Sydney’s mother.

General Hospital— Liz and Nikolas made love. Jason and Sam’s rekindled relationship was exposed. Liz accepted Lucky’s marriage proposal. Sonny wanted to get back at Anthony by threatening Johnny. Michael accused Jax of having a part in his shooting.

Guiding Light— the show ended after 72 years of broadcast.

One Life To Live–Greg told the family that Shaun may never wake up from his coma. Fish came out to his parents about being gay. Ross and Blair kissed. Rex asked Gigi to marry him.

Young and The Restless— Ashley confessed to hitting Nikki. J.T. found out that Victoria slept with Deacon. Victor was confronted about his connection to Patty. Daniel made a deal with Deacon.

Neil Patrick Harris, “Mad Men”, “30 Rock” big hits at this years Emmys

Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris

The 61th Emmy Awards hosted by Neil Patrick Harris proved to be the best broadcast in recent years. Harris, who also hosted this years Tonys, seemed to bring new life to the usually boring awards show. The producers cleverly tried a new format and grouped the awards into genres this time out. There was also a taped look back at the year, broken into the genre segments reality, comedy, drama, variety and movies and mini series. The band, who are usually invisible in a pit underneath the stage,  was live onstage and in an welcomed twist, the directing team was on stage behind a see through booth, allowing them to be a part of the show as well.

Once again Harris was the perfect choice of host as the kidded Jon Cryer who beat him out for best supporting actor on a comedy for Two And A Half Men. As Jon was backstage in the press room, Neil interrupted him, asking him what it felt like to win and what was going on in his mind as he went on stage to accept his Emmy. “All I kept thinking was screw you Neil Patrick Harris!”, Cryer shot back.

Harris performed a great opening number, worked in sing along blog with Castle’s Nathan Fillion. The show ran so smoothly, that is only ran 4 minutes long.

30 Rock and Mad Men repeated as winners this year having also won last year for Best Comedy Series and Best Drama Series, respectively. Jon Cryer of Two And A Half Men and Kristen Chenowith of Pushing Daisies won for Best Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Alec Baldwin of 30 Rock and Toni Colette of The United States Of Tara won for Best Actor and Actress in a Comedy Series.

Michael Emerson of Lost and Cherry Jones of 24 won for Best Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress in a Drama Series while Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad and Glenn Close of Damages won for Best Actor and Actress in a Drama Series. For a complete list of winners visit: EMMY Winners.

CBS’s Guiding Light ends today after 72 years on the air.

Guiding Light Final Cast (Photo: CBS)

Guiding Light Final Cast (Photo: CBS)

The last episode of Guiding Light airs on CBS today. The show, which has been on the air for 72 years, has weathered every change and enhancement in technology over the years. Originally starting on the radio before graduating to television, the legacy is impressive.  The show leaves the air  having won 70 Emmy awards over its broadcast tenure, including Outstanding Drama Series. Many fans will be celebrating the show’s finale with live blogs, Internet chats, and live Twitter feeds.

The show has a great history that has been passed on for generations. “It’s been reflecting American life back at America since before World War II,” said “Guiding Light” executive producer Ellen Wheeler in the Washington Post.

Their replacement is a remake of the popular game show ‘Let’s Make a Deal’  with host Wayne Brady premiering  Oct. 5.  Repeats of “The Price Is Right” will air in their time slot in the mean time.

Guiding Light was created by soap icon Irma Phillips. It debuted on NBC radio in 1937 as a 15-minute serial, then came to CBS television on June 30, 1952. In 1968, “Guiding Light” expanded to 30 minutes and, in 1977, it became a full hour.

The show was the training ground for many of today’s superstars, including Kevin Bacon, JoBeth Williams, James Earl Jones, Allison Janney, Brittany Snow, Hayden Panettiere and Melina Kanakaredes.

Guiding Light airs its final episode on September 22 on CBS.

Love Happens starring Jennifer Aniston in Theaters on Friday

Jennifer Aniston has a new movie out in theaters this weekend. She a florist who falls into a relationship with a prominent self-help author on the brink of national stardom and world wide success. Aaron Eckhart is her co-star. For a review of the film, visit: Love Review.

Love Happens
Stars:Jennifer Aniston, Aaron Eckhart, Dan Fogler, John Carroll Lynch, Martin Sheen, Judy Greer
Director: Brandon Camp
Distributor: Universal Pictures
Rating: PG-13 for some language including sexual references.
Running time: 1 hour, 48 minutes
Opens Friday nationwide

Here’s a look at the trailer for the film: