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maandag 30 januari 2012

'Parks and Rec' Nick Offerman teases "juicy" Tammy Two storyline

'Parks and Rec' Nick Offerman teases "juicy" Tammy Two storyline

Nick Offerman has revealed that Megan Mullally will return to Parks and Recreation next season.

The actor, who plays Ron Swanson on the NBC comedy, announced that real-life wife Mullally will reprise her role as Ron's ex-wife Tammy Two on an upcoming episode airing in the fall.

"I know that there's one juicy story coming up in the fall for Tammy Two, the evil Tammy Two," Offerman told MTV News.

Ron's first wife, Tammy One, was played by Patricia Clarkson, who later admitted that she found the role intimidating as she is a big fan of the show.

Offerman and Mullally can next be seen together in Gay Dude, a comedy which centres on two boys named Michael and Matty who promise each other they will have sex before their senior prom.

Offerman has said that he enjoys making himself look unattractive on-screen as he believes that there is "always room for freaks" in showbiz.

John Cryer Talks Ashton Kutcher Vs. Charlie Sheen On 'Two And A Half Men'

John Cryer Talks Ashton Kutcher Vs. Charlie Sheen On 'Two And A Half Men'

"Two And A Half Men" star John Cryer definitely feels a difference on set since Ashton Kutcher replaced the hit sitcom's former star Charlie Sheen.

On the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night, he told E! that Kutcher is "great. He's a clown. He is up for anything, willing to do anything... a great, great spirit."

When E! host Giulianna Rancic asked if things felt differently on set in this post-Sheen era, Cryer -- who was nominated for his first SAG award -- took a bit of a jab at his former co-star. "It's a little less suspenseful being on the set nowadays," he said with a laugh. "When you come into work, you're pretty sure [Kutcher's] going to be there. And nobody's pushed his car off a cliff or anything like that"

As for Sheen, who is currently working on his FX series "Anger Management," Cryer said, "I haven't spoken with him though. I wish him well. He's got a good team around him and I can't imagine he's not going to put out a good show."

How the director of Drive was turned down by Doctor Who

How the director of Drive was turned down by Doctor Who

Nicolas Winding Refn might have directed one of the most acclaimed films of 2011. But he still couldn't get a job directing Doctor Who...

Much of the chatter surrounding the movie Drive this week has been its sadly predictable snubbing in the Oscar nominations. Whilst lesser films are getting their day out in posh clothes, a film that’s topped many, many people’s best of 2011 lists (including ours) has been all but ignored.

No matter: you suspect Drive will live on a lot longer than Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close. But in the midst of the furore this week, a new interview with Drive director Nicholas Winding Refn has appeared. And in it, he’s got a rather surprising Doctor Who fact.

Chatting to Shortlist magazine, the director revealed that “I would have loved to direct Doctor Who but they didn’t want me — they turned me down last year. Maybe if they revive Blake’s 7 I could do that. I love it. It’s great. That could be fun to update.”


Might we have had Ryan Gosling as the Doctor crushing the head of a Dalek? It’s another one of those things that was clearly never meant to be.

Academy Award Winner Cuba Gooding Jr. Stars in Hallmark Hall of Fame's "Firelight" for ABC

Academy Award Winner Cuba Gooding Jr. Stars in Hallmark Hall of Fame's "Firelight" for ABC

Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr. ("Jerry Maguire," "Radio") stars in a new Hallmark Hall of Fame film, "Firelight," premiering SUNDAY, APRIL 22 (9:00-11:00, ET) on the ABC Television Network. Darnell Martin (Hallmark Hall of Fame's "Lost Valentine") directs from a script by Ligiah Villalobos ("Under the Same Moon").

Cuba Gooding Jr. plays Dwayne Johnson ("DJ"), a counselor at a youth correctional facility. The incarcerated girls and young women come from troubled - often violent -- backgrounds. Many of them belong to gangs and have been involved with illegal drugs - as users and/or dealers. In the words of DJ, "They come in [here] so broken... These are girls who've been abused and objectified their whole lives."

Salvation for many of the young women comes when they join an elite band of volunteers who battle forest fires, build hiking trails in remote areas and assist during natural disasters. The volunteers have to survive several weeks of rigorous training, they have to be in peak physical condition and have to learn how to work as a team, often in life-threatening situations.

DJ explains that he developed the volunteer force "because I wanted to change the way these girls see themselves. To feel strong. To see other people respecting their strength." In the words of Cuba Gooding Jr., "These women fought to save lives. They ended up saving their own."

The team leader is Terry Easle, played by DeWanda Wise. Keisha Daniels (Yakina Horn) is another key member. Both are hoping Caroline Magabo (Q'Orianka Kilcher) will join the elite group, although she has considerable hurdles to overcome; she has a propensity for getting into trouble, which for a long time precludes her signing up.

American Idol to Premiere New Madonna Video

American Idol to Premiere New Madonna Video

Madonna, just days before her Super Bowl halftime showcase, will premiere the music video for the first single off her new album on Fox’s American Idol.

“Give Me All Your Luvin,” featuring and cowritten with Madonna by Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., will make its music video debut on Thursday’s Idol, then be released for sale/download the following day, on Feb. 3. It represents the first track from Madonna’s upcoming 12th studio album, MDNA.

Madonna has hinted that her Super Bowl XLVI halftime show will feature some “guest artists,” with LMFAO (of course) rumored to be among them.

True Blood: Watch the First Season 5 Teaser!

True Blood: Watch the First Season 5 Teaser!

True Blood is heralding the return of the king.

The first teaser for the HBO drama’s upcoming fifth season warns, “In Bon Temps, Nothing Stays Buried Forever,” a reference to the exhumation of Russell Edgington in the Season 4 finale.

Press play below and then hit the comments with your thoughts/theories on Season 5.

'Naked News' to Become Steamy Canadian Docu-Soap

'Naked News' to Become Steamy Canadian Docu-Soap

Nothing to hide: Canadian producer AllScreen Entertainment plans an unscripted series about Toronto female anchors who disrobe while delivering the news.

Canadian TV is gearing up for a stripped down docu-soap.

Indie producer AllScreen Entertainment has pacted with the Naked News service to create a unscripted series about real-life female TV anchors who disrobe while delivering the news.

The proposed show, The Naked Truth: The Naked News Uncovered, is being shopped at the Realscreen Summit in Washington, D.C.

Naked News first launched in Toronto in 1999 with women stripping on air as they presented the news.

The nude news service, produced in Toronto, is currently available internationally via pay-per-view TV, or on the website.

“It’s a quirky, one-of-a-kind workplace that is the ultimate setting for a funny, sexy and probably surreal series,” AllScreen co-founder Allan Novak said Sunday.

'Fear Factor' Donkey Semen Episode Off the NBC Schedule

'Fear Factor' Donkey Semen Episode Off the NBC Schedule

Donkey semen will not be served on network TV tomorrow night -- the"Fear Factor" episode featuring the stunt has been yanked ... at least according to a website where NBC posts its media releases.

The controversial episode is entitled, "Hee Haw! Hee Haw!" An NBC media release teased it by saying the contestants will eat "the unimaginable."

But the NBC website no longer lists that episode as airing tomorrow ... and instead lists a repeat of an episode entitled "Snake Bite" -- which first aired on January 2.

We also checked two channel guides -- one in LA and one in NYC -- and both now list the repeat instead of the one with the donkey semen stunt. Additionally, promos for the episode are no longer posted anywhere on the Internet.

NBC had given 'FF' producers the thumbs up on airing the episode -- but according to our sources honchos at NBC and its parent company, Comcast, started having second thoughts after we published details of the challenge.

We've made several calls to reps at NBC, Comcast, and Endemol -- which produces 'FF' -- but so far ... radio silence.

Kim Kardashian Stranger Danger at Home ... Cops Called

Kim Kardashian Stranger Danger at Home ... Cops Called

Kim Kardashian called police to her home in Beverly Hills when a stranger showed up at her gate with luggage ... saying he intended to stay at Kim's home -- TMZ has learned.

According to sources close to Kim ... the man showed up late last night. We're told he buzzed the intercom at her security gate and claimed Kim had flown him into town to stay with her -- and that he was supposed to be working on her reality show.

We're told Kim got freaked out when the man refused to leave and a member of her security detail alerted police.

It's unclear at this point if the man was booked for a crime.

Corey Feldman voted out of 'Dancing on Ice'

Corey Feldman voted out of 'Dancing on Ice'

Corey Feldman has become the fourth celebrity to leave Dancing on Ice.

The Hollywood actor and professional partner Brooke Castile were eliminated following a skate-off with Charlene Tilton.

The two stars faced the public vote alongside Jorgie Porter, Sam Nixon, Jennifer Ellison and Andy Whyment after all six were defeated in this week's battle twist.

Feldman was beaten in a duel by Chemmy Alcott, while Tilton lost out to Heidi Range. Chico, Sebastien Foucan, Matthew Wolfenden and Rosemary Conley were the others to win immunity.

In the judges' vote, Katarina Witt praised the Stand By Me star for having given his "best performance yet", before turning to Tilton and saying: "I don't think it's goodbye yet, 'cause I want to see Charlene kick ice next week."

Cousins agreed that Feldman had skated better than ever tonight, so much so that he chose to eliminate the Dallas actress for being less "controlled".

The deciding vote came down to Spence, who again complimented Feldman's progress, but ultimately chose to save his "blonde bombshell" Tilton.

Speaking to hosts Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley afterwards, Feldman gushed: "It's been a lot of fun. It's been a tremendous experience and of course I love London, so any excuse to vacation here."

Dancing on Ice continues with a 'pop' special next Sunday (February 5) at 6.25pm on ITV1.

TV Tonight 30th of January 2012

TV Tonight 30th of January 2012

The daily list in alphabetical order, of all the new episodes airing.

    112 - på liv och död S05E07: "Del 7 av 36"
    A Question of Sport S43E07: "January 30, 2012"
    Adventure Time with Finn and Jake S03E24: "Ghost Princess"
    Aguila Roja S04E13: "Capítulo 52"
    Alcatraz S01E04: "Cal Sweeney"
    American Pickers S04E10: "TBA"
    Antiques Roadshow (US) S16E05: "Eugene (Hour Two)"
    Baseball Wives S01E08: "Season 1, Episode 8"
    Being Human (US) S02E03: "All Out Of Blood"
    Bizarre Foods S07E02: "New Orleans"
    Brille S01E03: "Season 1, Episode 3"
    Caged S01E04: "Season 1, Episode 4"
    Cake Boss S05E02: "Touchdowns & Tattoos"
    Cake Boss: Next Great Baker S02E2001: "Finale Pre-Show"
    Cake Boss: Next Great Baker S02E10: "…And the Winner Is?"
    Canadian Pickers S02E04: "Canoe Conundrum"
    Coach Trip S09E01: "Series 9, Day 1"
    Come Dine With Me S18E13: "Series 18, Episode 11"
    Conan S02E41: "Maya Rudolph, Chris Gethard, Dale Earnhardt Jr."
    Coppers S02E04: "Newest Recruit"
    Cornwall S01E05: "Series 1, Episode 5"
    Coronation Street S53E22: "Mon Jan 30, 2012 [Episode 2]"
    Coronation Street S53E21: "Mon Jan 30, 2012 [Episode 1]"
    Deal Or No Deal (UK) S07E146: "Episode 1826"
    Dickinson's Real Deal S08E40: "Series 8, Episode 40"
    Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives S13E08: "Multitaskers"
    Disappeared S04E14: "Wrong Side of the Tracks"
    Doctors S13E187: "Great Expectations"
    EastEnders S28E18: "January 30, 2012"
    Emmerdale S41E25: "January 30, 2012"
    Escape To The Country S12E20: "Berkshire"
    Feuten S02E01: "Season 2, Episode 1"
    First Week In S01E04: "Doing Hard Time"
    Gadget Geeks S01E03: "Series 1, Episode 3"
    General Hospital (US) S49E210: "#12484"
    Gintama S05E43: "Episode 43"
    Gossip Girl S05E13: "G.G."
    Got to Dance S03E32: "Series 3, Episode 32"
    Great British Railway Journeys S03E21: "Bray to Dublin"
    Hacktion S01E15: "Szűkülő körök"
    Halv åtta hos mig S08E05: "Skövde - Dan"
    Hart Of Dixie S01E12: "Mistress & Misunderstandings"
    Heat Seekers S02E03: "San Diego"
    Hoarders S05E05: "Joanne/Kristi"
    Hollyoaks S18E21: "January 30, 2012"
    Home and Away (AU) S25E06: "Episode 5441"
    Hotel cæsar S28E142: "Season 28, Episode 142"
    House S08E10: "Runaways"
    House of Anubis S02E32: "TBA"
    House of Anubis S02E31: "TBA"
    Intervention S12E05: "Suzon"
    It's a Brad Brad World S01E05: "Broken Promises"
    Jeopardy! S28E96: "Show #6301"
    Jimmy Kimmel Live S09E196: "Kate Walsh, Marc Maron, Fishbone"
    Late Kick Off S03E03: "Series 3, Episode 3"
    Late Night with Jimmy Fallon S02E210: "Glenn Close, Emmy Rossum, Nada Surf"
    Late Show with David Letterman S19E15
    Little Mosque on the Prairie S06E04: "The Dating Game"
    Mad S02E17: "WWE Bought a Zoo / 2 Broke Powerpuff Girls"
    Mary Shelley's Frankenhole S02E02: "Robert Louis Stevenson's Belushi!"
    Ministry of Curious Stuff S01E04: "Episode 4"
    Modern Marvels S17E05: "Under Pressure"
    Mr. D S01E04: "Exam Week"
    Mrs Brown's Boys S02E05: "Mammy's Going"
    Neighbours S28E16: "Episode 6326"
    Only Connect S05E24: "Wall Night (2)"
    Only Connect S05E23: "Wall Night (1)"
    Pair of Kings S02E18: "Mr. Boogey Shoes"
    Panorama S60E03: "January 30, 2012"
    Party Paramedics S01E02: "Episode 2"
    Pasila S05E02: "Routalemmen potkut"
    Pawn Star$ S04E72: "TBA"
    Pawn Star$ S04E71: "TBA"
    Philly Undercover S01E05: "Chasing the Top Dog"
    Pointless S05E105: "Series 5, Episode 105"
    Police Interceptors S04E11: "Series 4, Episode 11"
    Pretty Little Liars S02E18: "A Kiss Before Lying"
    Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is S05E21: "Series 5, Episode 21"
    Redemption Inc. S01E04: "Season 1, Episode 4"
    Regular Show S03E15: "Think Positive"
    RuPaul's Drag Race S04E01: "Season 4, Episode 1"
    RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked S03E01: "Season 3, Episode 1"
    Skins S06E02: "Rich"
    Sousei no Aquarion S02E05: "Love Prohibition Order"
    Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets S02E09: "Recipe for Murder"
    The Bachelor S16E05: "Week 5 (S16)"
    The Bad Girls Club S08E02: "Weaving Las Vegas"
    The Biggest Loser (AU) S07E05: "Season 7, Episode 5"
    The Bold and the Beautiful S25E220: "Ep. #6249"
    The Chase (2009) S05E20: "Series 5, Episode 20"
    The Colbert Report S08E16: "Laurence H. Tribe"
    The Daily Show S17E52: "Lou Dobbs"
    The Ellen DeGeneres Show S09E89: "John Krasinski, 2Cellos"
    The Jeremy Kyle Show S07E96: "January 30, 2012"
    The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson S08E16
    The Lying Game S01E15: "Dead Man Talking"
    The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills S02E21: "Reunion, Part 1"
    The Revolution (2012) S01E11: "Season 1, Episode 11"
    The Rosie Show S01E60: "Suze Orman - Rosie and Suze Orman discuss money."
    The Royal Bodyguard S01E06: "A Watery Grave"
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno S19E231: "Madonna, Chris Colfer, Joe Perry"
    The View S15E94: "Stone Phillips, Regis Philbin, Gavin DeGraw"
    The Young and the Restless S39E217: "Ep. #9832"
    TI & Tiny: The Family Hustle S01E08: "TBA"
    University Challenge (1994) S18E38
    Voetbal International S04E45: "Season 4, Episode 45"
    Wanted Down Under S06E21: "Series 6, Episode 21"
    Watch What Happens: Live S06E17: "Brad Goreski and Gary Jaretti"
    Wereld draait door, De S07E102: "Season 7, Episode 102"
    Whitechapel S03E01: "Series 3, Episode 1"
    Who's Still Standing S01E09: "It Doesn't Take a Rocket Scientist"
    Wonderland (UK) S04E08: "How Babies Change Men"
    WWE Raw S20E05: "Episode #975"

'Dancing on Ice' battle twist results revealed

'Dancing on Ice' battle twist results revealed

Six Dancing on Ice contestants have won immunity in tonight's battle twist.

The latest episode of the ITV contest saw the 12 remaining celebrities take part in a series of skating duels in order to receive an automatic pass to the next round.

Later, Heidi Range beat Dallas actress Charlene Tilton, Matthew Wolfenden won his bout with fellow bookies' favourite Jorgie Porter and Rosemary Conley defeated Andy Whyment.

Nixon, Feldman, Ellison, Tilton, Porter and Whyment will now face the public vote, with one of the bottom two being eliminated following a traditional skate-off and judges' vote.

Dancing on Ice returns at 9.30pm on ITV1.

'Take Me Out' declines to 4.3m on ITV1

'Take Me Out' declines to 4.3m on ITV1

Take Me Out brought in 4.32m viewers and a 19.5% audience share on Saturday night, a 240k decline from last week and 540k lower than the season premiere.

The Paddy McGuinness-fronted show pulled in an extra 225k (1%) on timeshift, and Mark Wright's Take Me Out: The Gossip interested 557k (2.5) on ITV2. Elsewhere on ITV1, The Talent Show Story nabbed 2.26m (10%) and The Jonathan Ross Show summoned 2.47m (11.9%) at 9.30pm (+1: 182k, 1.1%).

BBC One's The Magicians logged 4.19m (19.9%) at 6.35pm, and The National Lottery: Who Dares Wins followed with 5.12m (22.9%). The latest instalment of Casualty grabbed 5.29m (23.3%) at 8.40pm. On BBC Two, Keira Knightley film The Duchesss treated 2.24m (10.1%) to some 18th century drama.

Crocodile Dundee snapped up 1.23m (5.7%) for Channel 4, adding 271k (1.2%) on timeshift. The Million Pound Drop Live increased the audience to 1.91m (8.5%) at 8.30pm, adding 168k (0.9%) on +1.

A NCIS double bill pulled in 1.11m (5%) and 1.35m (5.9%) on Channel 5, and CSI: NY bolstered the broadcaster's fortunes to 2.3m (11%) at 9.30pm. Law and Order: SVU followed with 1.41m (8.7%).

BBC One took the primetime crown with a 19.6% average share, with ITV1 second on 14.5%. BBC Two scored 8.7% while Channel 4 and Channel 5 both had 6.7%.

'The Big Breakfast' to return for London 2012 Olympics?

'The Big Breakfast' to return for London 2012 Olympics?

The Big Breakfast will return to TV in time for the Olympics, it has been reported.

The morning show will air on Channel 4 or Channel 5 and producers have ­secured permission to use the old Big Breakfast house close to the Olympics site in East London, according to the Sunday Mirror.

"The aim is to be as good as the original - full of fun and frolics," a source told the paper.

The revived show will apparently include popular features from the past such as Vital Statistics, More Tea, Vicar and The Pun Down.

The Big Breakfast could become a permanent fixture on TV if it is a ratings success, as bosses hope to lure viewers away from ITV's struggling Daybreak.

Amanda Byram and other former presenters have been tipped to front the show, although Chris Evans and Denise van Outen are unlikely to make a comeback.

"There's a big gap in the market," Byram said.

The Big Breakfast last aired in 2002 after almost a decade on our screens. It was replaced by short-lived morning show RI:SE.

SAG Awards: Mary Tyler Moore Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

SAG Awards: Mary Tyler Moore Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Dick Van Dyke presents the Lifetime Achievement Award to his former "Dick Van Dyke Show" co-star Mary Tyler Moore, delivering a heartfelt speech citing her screen work and humanitarian work. Moore received a standing ovation from the crowd.

Moore began her speech by recalling how she had to alter her name from "Mary Moore" due to multiple listings of the same name in the SAG rosters.

"After all these years, I, too, am happy after all," Moore said while wrapping up her speech.

After the speech, Dick Van Dyke gave her a peck on the cheek.


Alec Baldwin took his sixth win for Best Male Actor in a Comedy Series at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, for his portrayal of Jack Donaghy on "30 Rock."

The actor, who recently just named ambassador for SAG, fulfilled his duties by encouraging charitable acts among the audience, in particular stumping for a cause called Book Pals.

Betty White was also an early winner, picking up her second consecutive trophy for Best Female Actor in a Comedy Series for her work in "Hot in Cleveland."

"I think they made a terrible mistake," White joked, before saying that the nomination belongs to all four female leads on the series.

Kate Winslet also took an award in the Outstanding Female Actress in a TV or Miniseries for her work in "Midred Pierce."

Paul Giamatti took home an award for his portrayal of Ben Bernanke in HBO's "Too Big to Fail."

Jessica Lange won the Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series award -- her first SAG award -- for "American Horror Story."

"To be an actor means everything to me, so thank you so much," Lange told the assemblage.

Steve Buscemi also took home a win, for his starring role in the HBO drama "Boardwalk Empire." The cast of the series received an award in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series category.

SAG Awards 2012: The Winners List

SAG Awards 2012: The Winners List

Complete rundown of the 18th annual winners and nominees in all categories.

The biggest and brightest stars of film and television came together on Sunday, Jan. 29 to honor their peers at the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Christopher Plummer and Octavia Spencer took home the evening's first awards for supporting actor and actress, while Alec Baldwin, Kate Winslet, Betty White and the casts of Modern Family and Boardwalk Empire were among the others earning nods during the ceremony. Receiving the night's top honors were Jean Dujardin for best actor in a leading role, Viola Davis for best female actor in a leading role and The Help for best ensemble in a motion picture.

Mary Tyler Moore accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award from Dick Van Dyke midway through the show, taking the opportunity to explain why she chose to use her middle name to separate herself from the six other Mary Moore's already on SAG's roster in the early stages of her Hollywood career.

Stay tuned for real-time updates as the winners are announced. See the complete list of nominees below.

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Supporting Role
Nick Nolte, Warrior
Kenneth Branagh, My Week With Marilyn
Armie Hammer, J. Edgar
Jonah Hill, Moneyball
*WINNER Christopher Plummer, Beginners

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Supporting Role
*WINNER Octavia Spencer, The Help
Berenice Bejo, The Artist
Jessica Chastain, The Help
Melissa McCarthy, Bridesmaids
Janet McTeer, Albert Nobbs

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Comedy Series
*WINNER Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
Ty Burrell, Modern Family
Steve Carell, The Office
Jon Cryer, Two and a Half Men
Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Comedy Series
Julie Bowen, Modern Family
Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie
Tina Fey, 30 Rock
Sofia Vergara, Modern Family
*WINNER Betty White, Hot In Cleveland

Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble In A Comedy Series
30 Rock
The Big Bang Theory
*WINNER Modern Family
The Office

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries
Diane Lane, Cinema Verite
Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Emily Watson, Appropriate Adult
Betty White, The Lost Valentine
*WINNER Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries
Laurence Fishburne, Thurgood
*WINNER Paul Giamatti, Too Big to Fail
Greg Kinnear, The Kennedys
Guy Pearce, Mildred Pierce
James Woods, Too Big to Fail

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Drama Series
Kathy Bates, Harry’s Law
Glenn Close, Damages
*WINNER Jessica Lange, American Horror Story
Julianna Margules, The Good Wife
Kyra Sedgwick, The Closer

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Drama Series
Patrick J. Adams, Suits
*WINNER Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire
Kyle Chandler, Friday Night Lights
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
Michael C. Hall, Dexter

Outstanding Performance By An Ensemble In A Drama Series
*WINNER Boardwalk Empire
Breaking Bad
Game of Thrones
The Good Wife

Outstanding Performance By A Male Actor In A Leading Role
George Clooney, The Descendants
Demian Bichir, A Better Life
Leonardo DiCaprio, J. Edgar
*WINNER Jean Dujardin, The Artist
Brad Pitt, Moneyball

Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Leading Role
Michelle Williams, My Week With Marilyn
Glenn Close, Albert Nobbs
*WINNER Viola Davis, The Help
Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady
Tilda Swinton, We Need to Talk About Kevin

Outstanding Performance By A Cast In A Motion Picture
The Artist
The Descendants
*WINNER The Help
Midnight in Paris

Outstanding Performance By A Stunt Ensemble In A Motion Picture
The Adjustment Bureau
Cowboys & Aliens
*WINNER Harry Potter and the Deahtly Hallows: Part II
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
X-Men: First Class

Outstanding Performance By A Stunt Ensemble In A Television Series
*WINNER Game of Thrones
Spartacus: Gods of the Arena
True Blood

Rainn Wilson on his Potential 'Office' Spin-Off: 'It's Even More Far Out and Weirder'

Rainn Wilson on his Potential 'Office' Spin-Off: 'It's Even More Far Out and Weirder'

The actor who plays Dwight Schrute reveals his idea the proposed series, which would be set on a farm, during a red carpet interview at the SAG Awards.

Rainn Wilson was forced to address reports of his Office spin-off at the SAG Awards Sunday.

After quipping that "spin-offs never work," particularly "with a character as annoying as Dwight [Schrute]," the actor confirmed that it is indeed an idea he is discussing.

"It could be really cool because It would be on his farm, which would be a bed & breakfast, and it would have a crazy menagerie of characters," he told E!'s Giuliana Rancic on the red carpet, adding: "It would be even more far out and weirder than The Office... it's a good idea."

The concept could get a test of sorts on an episode of The Office later this season. Wilson, along with actor/showrunner Paul Lieberstein and executive producer Ben Silverman, are believed to be involved, though the actor suggested the spin-off is just an idea being "mulled over" at this point.

The conversations come months after the long-running NBC comedy was forced to undergo a significant casting change in the wake of Steve Carell’s departure. The series came back in September with new hire James Spader and Ed Helm’s Andy Bernard assuming the role of regional manager.