TCA Awards


BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–Who turned out the lights? That’s what everybody was asking shortly after Saturday nights’s 30th annual TCA Awards. It was as if once all the stars left from the post awards party, they took all the electricity with them. With elevators out of commission, the party simply moved downstairs to the dimly-lit Trader

TV legends Norman Lear and Rob Reiner do Nixon and Haldeman BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–TV’s top stars and showrunners turn up year after year at the Television Critics Association Awards–and they don’t come for the hardware.It happened again Saturday as one A-lister after another took the stage at the Beverly Hilton ballroom to accept whats Louis

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.–TV critics–who needs ’em!Alec Baldwin let us have it Thursday at the HBO TCA session for his documentary Seduced and Abandoned. The doc, which bows Oct. 28, follows the 30 Rock star and writer/director James Toback (Tyson) to the Cannes Film Festival as they pitch a script based somewhat on Last Tango in

Not David Letterman. BEVERLY HILLS, CA–David Letterman was among the no-shows Saturday night at the 28th Annual Television Critics Association Awards. The low-key gala took place at the main ballroom at the Beverly Hills Hilton.In recent years, stars such as Tom Hanks, Alex Baldwin and Tina Fey have partied with critics but this year, for

The hardest part about having to leave the summer 2011 TCA press tour early was missing Saturday’s 27th Annual TCA Awards, especially the shout out to The Dick Van  Dyke Show. The ’60s TV classic was honoured with the critics’ Heritage Award this year and ever-spry creator/executive producer Carl Reiner was on hand to accept it.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA–Glee was the big winner Saturday night at the 26th annual TCA Awards. The flamboyant Fox high school musical took home three awards: best new show, best individual achievement in comedy (for Jane Lynch) and program of the year. While Lynch was absent (with Laryngitis, explained executive producer Ryan Murphy), thee was plenty

PASADENA, Calif.–TV critics boldly went were traditional awards shows have not gone before by naming Battlestar Galactica as their Program of the Year at last night’s 25th annual Television Critics Association Awards.Several stars from the sci-fi drama attended the ceremonies at the Langham Huntington Hotel, including Canadians Michael Hogan, Tricia Helfer and Grace Park.Hogan (seen