"Royal wedding" and "winning" (as in Charlie Sheen's catch-phrase) were the two most used phrases on television in 2011, according to a latest survey.
Julianna Margulies won the Emmy for best dramatic actress for her performance in "The Good Wife."
Stars arrive at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles Sept 18, 2011.
The big winner for the 63th Emmy's was "Modern Family."
Actress Julie Bowen from television series "Modern Family" accepts the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series as presenters Jimmy Kimmel (L) and Jimmy Fallon look on, at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles September 18, 2011.
Here's our running list of winners for the 63rd annual primetime Emmy Awards. This list will be updated frequently with the latest winners.
Melissa McCarthy won the Emmy for best comedy actress on Sunday for her role in "Mike & Molly."
"Mad Men" went to the Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, hoping to fend off "Boardwalk Empire" and win a fourth straight victory at the industry's top honors.
Cast members pose during a photo call for the premiere of the second season of "Boardwalk Empire" in New York September 14, 2011.
Time-travel TV series "Bu Bu Jing Xin," or "Startling by Each Step," began broadcasting on TV on September 10, 2011. Most of the audience gave the show high marks.
A 'Sex and the City' prequel is set to hit TV screens next year. The original series was a huge hit and now producers are working on a new show based on Carrie's life before she moved to Manhattan.
The heady days of Super Girl seem to be over with both the quality of contestants and judges leaving much to be desired.