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The 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (The Emmys 2012), will be held on September 23, 2012 at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, California.
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Watch Emmys 2012 online. By the end of the night, all of the awards for the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards will be handed out and the winners (and some of the losers, as well) will be out whooping it up at various parties across Hollywood till who knows when. But what time do the Emmys themselves start?
Emmys 2012 live stream. The Emmys, which are being handed out at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday, will begin at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
When he’s not rehearsing scenes for his hit sitcom or writing, directing and starring in his own web series for AXE, Greenfield is an avid reader of Paltrow’s lifestyle newsletter GOOP. Now that he and “GP” — as he affectionately calls the actress — are on friendly terms, he’s even going to give GOOP readers the inside scoop on Emmy night.
“It’s all going to be documented — everything that goes into such an event and prepping myself for such an event will be documented in this GOOP piece,” said Greenfield. “I think maybe I’ll take a few pictures that night, but I don’t want to be that annoying guy with his camera all night.”
For Greenfield, the thought of even being nominated for an Emmy is unbelievable. ”It felt like a very big 180,” he said, noting that just two years ago his biggest role had been playing a young Sandy Cohen in an episode of The OC. But to be nominated alongside his New Girl co-star Deschanel is even more incredible.
Who’s Going to Win: “As great as it would be to see Amy Poehler finally get her due, I can’t see anyone but Julia Louis-Dreyfus winning this thing,” believes one voting producer. It’s hard to argue. This is Louis-Dreyfus’ 13th Emmy nomination overall. And while she’s won only twice before – once for Seinfeld in 1996 and once for The New Adventures of Old Christine in ’06 – her work in Veep is as good as anything she’s ever done (Seinfeld included). It’s also precisely the kind of role that seems to have Emmy written all over it. This year, it will.
Then Again: Poehler could pull off an upset in her third consecutive nomination as Parks And Rec’s Leslie Knope. The fact she is so universally well-liked in the industry helps, but obviously hasn’t helped enough thus far. Also looming as a longshot is the white-hot Lena Dunham, nominated this year as producer, writer, director and lead actress for Girls. Not bad for a kid in her mid-twenties in the first year of her first series.
Not Bloody Likely: Of the category’s other four nominees, all but first-timer Zooey Deschanel have won in the category before: Edie Falco (2010 for Nurse Jackie and three previous times for The Sopranos), Tina Fey (2008 for 30 Rock) and Melissa McCarthy (last year for Mike & Molly). Of the four, Deschanel has the best shot as the adorable, fresh-faced semi-newcomer. But she will have to wait her turn.
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or a Movie was awarded to Toronto based Sound Re-Recording Mixers Chris Cooke and Brad Zoern for their work on the "The Hatfields and McCoys."
"The Hatfields and McCoys" recently aired on the History Channel in the United States and achieved the highest ratings ever for a drama broadcast on cable television in the US. All three nights of the broadcast ranked as the top three entertainment television telecasts of all time in AD supported cable TV history, among total viewers, over 62 million viewers tuned in over the presentation. The six hour mini-series stars Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton. The Emmy Awards are to be held in Los Angeles this Sunday, September 23rd and "The Hatfields and McCoys" is nominated for 16 Emmy Awards.
"Our post production experience in Toronto was fantastic," states Producer Leslie Greif, "in fact, I think it's fair for me to say that we would not have achieved our success without the contributions from Don, Chris and Brad and the team at Deluxe Toronto."
There was a time when movie stars would dismiss the idea of ever appearing on a TV show. Well, those days are over. Television is now such a popular medium that many film actors will gladly appear on the small screen. Not only do they get an opportunity to play interesting roles, but they also increase their odds of winning awards. Basically, if they don’t have a chance to win an Oscar, why not try for an Emmy?
Two local actors with successful movie careers were nominated for Emmys this year. Steve Buscemi has had a long and diverse film career, including roles in popular flicks like “The Big Lebowski,” “Reservoir Dogs” and “Fargo.” But only his portrayal of Nucky Thompson in the HBO drama “Boardwalk Empire,” now in its third season, has provided the Stone Ridge resident with award recognition.