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The Showtime show wins the coveted best drama series title, while the HBO movie is named the Best Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television.
The dramatic trailer uncovers more intense action scenes, but at the same time also highlights the frustrating atmosphere surrounding the project to take down the Al Qaeda leader.
The HBO political TV movie gets the most nods among other TV shows with five, the Showtime drama series trails with four, while 'Downton Abbey' and 'Modern Family' bag three each.
Guillermo del Toro presents detailed and very realistic visualizations of an intense war between giant robots called Jaegers and fearsome monsters from the sea called Kaiju.
The singer who suddenly died in February this year became one of the Trending People both in the United States and worldwide.
The actress found it sad that people will take advantage of her in a vulnerable moment and comodify sexuality.
This year's nominations are dominated by 'Les Miserables', 'Silver Linings Playbook', 'Lincoln', 'Modern Family' and Maggie Smith.
British-pop girlband Spice Girls reunited for the London premiere of their stage musical 'Viva Forever!' on Tuesday night, December 11.
HBO is developing 'Double Down: Game Change 2012' that will chronicle the presidential election between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Julianne Moore takes Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for her role in 'Game Change', while Kevin Costner of 'Hatfields and McCoys' wins in the male category.
Mashing up scenes from 'Game Change' and footage featuring the real Palin, the video points out that some facts about the former Alaskan governor are changed in the TV movie.
Claiming that the upcoming TV movie features thoroughly sourced-events, the network asks people not to judge the film until they watch it.