Tina Fey and Justin Timberlake Big Winners At The Creative Emmy Awards

Justin Timberlake (Photo:NBC)

Justin Timberlake (Photo:NBC)

Actress Tina Fey won an Emmy on Saturday for her of former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin on “Saturday Night Live,” while pop star Justin Timberlake also was honored for his guest host appearance on the NBC show.

This was Fey’s sixth career win, and she has a chance to win two more at the regular Primetime Emmy Ceremony on Sunday where she is nominated for best comedy actress.

Timberlake won his second career Emmy, for his hilarious hosting bout where he played several characters.

In the dramatic categories, the guest-starring awards went to Ellen Burstyn for NBC’s “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and Michael J. Fox for “Rescue Me” on FX. For a complete list of winners: Creative Emmy Winners

The Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, will be on broadcast on Sunday, September 2oth on CBS.

Don Cheadle develops ‘March Madness’ series for FX

don-cheadleFX  will co-exective producer Don Cheadle that features a different side of college basketball.  Also attached to “March to Madness” is writerJoel Silverman and director Peter Segal.   The series will revolve around a corrupt college basketball program that cheats its way to the “March Madness” NCAA basketball tournament.