Awards

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By the numbers

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Will they finally get the last laugh? Three stars of departing comedy series are the only principal cast members who've never been nominated: Courteney Cox Arquette ("Friends"), Kristin Davis ("Sex…

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Will Arnett

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It's the classic Hollywood story of a Toronto-born actor living in New York. "I'm not doing pilot season this year," our hero tells his agent. "I can't do it. I'm sick of it. I hate TV."

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James Spader

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After the cast of ABC's "The Practice" was downsized in a budget-crunching attempt to keep the series afloat, James Spader was hired to breathe new life into the old favorite.

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Kathryn Morris

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When Kathryn Morris snared the role of Special Agent Paige Willomina for Rod Lurie's "The Contender" (2000), the TV thesp was at last ready for the bigscreen.

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Rock-solid repertory

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For actors, supporting gigs generally come in two forms: Some, as the description implies, support heavyweight lead thesps, and then there are ensembles without any true leads.

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Ian McShane

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It's a testament to Ian McShane's performance in "Deadwood" that it's impossible to believe he sang on the London stage as the lead in "The Witches of Eastwick."

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Ratings dream or nightmare?

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Prior to having "Arrested Development" picked up for renewal, co-star Jason Bateman saw his weekly ratings battle as a war of a different nature and shared his daily nighttime obsessions with Daily…

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Julian McMahon

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Before landing a lead role on the racy cable hit "Nip/Tuck," Julian McMahon kicked around primetime as an investigator on the NBC drama "Profiler" and a demon on the WB series "Charmed."

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Daytime dilemmas

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Actors have every right to despise reality shows. It is hard enough to get a primetime gig in normal times, but next season, 15 nonfiction programs will litter the primetime landscape, vs. just four…

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John C. McGinley

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Each week, John C. McGinley faces the beast: the monstrous, words-popping-out-of-his-ears-nose-and-throat monologue that he must wrestle into submission as Dr. Perry Cox on NBC's hit comedy "Scrubs."

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