Rachel Bilson and Sarah Michelle Gellar stepped out to celebrate their new TV shows at last night's Showtime, CW, and CBS party for the TCA crowd at The Pagoda in Beverly Hills. Rachel and SMG will both be taking the stage during the press tour today to discuss their pilots, so check out BuzzSugar for all the Fall TV action from the TCA tour. Kristen Bell was also there to promote her upcoming Showtime series House of Lies while Kat Dennings was there for her "edgy" CBS comedy Two Broke Girls. Jason Segel represented the cast of How I Met Your Mother, and he chatted with Buzz about The Muppets Movie, playing a father on the show, and when he'll know it's the right time to leave.
Award season continues tonight with the Screen Actors Guild Awards! The show is the last of the year to recognize TV as well as film, after the People's Choice Awards and the Golden Globes passed out their small screen honors earlier this month. This may be our last chance to see some of our favorite actors on the red carpet and stage, such as best actor nominees Jon Hamm, Michael C. Hall, Hugh Laurie, and Alec Baldwin. Hopefully we also get a glimpse of John Krasinski and Cory Monteith, whose respective shows The Office and Glee are up for best ensemble cast. No matter who wins, we're happy to enjoy the eye candy that awaits, so tell us — which TV guy are you most excited to see tonight?
Michael C. Hall was back on the set of Dexter in LA yesterday after celebrating Emmy weekend alongside his costar and wife Jennifer Carpenter — they even held hands all the way down the red carpet! MCH and the show were up for awards and while they didn't win, John Lithgow did for his guest-starring stint on season three. Jennifer also ranked among our best dressed of the evening in her one-shouldered Oday Shakar gown. The couple have spent lots of time working together this Summer between filming new episodes and swinging by the TCA, where Michael himself told us about the changes to come for his character.
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Jimmy Fallon sang and danced as host of the Emmys in LA last night, and the fun kept coming for him and his wife, Nancy Juvonen, as they moved on to the Governor's Ball with other winners, nominees, and presenters. Mad Men's Jon Hamm raised a glass to his show nabbing its third consecutive best outstanding drama series award — do you agree with its win? New mom Amy Poehler stuck close to Tina Fey, while Kevin Bacon couldn't take his eyes off his lovely wife and best actress in a drama honoree, Kyra Sedgwick. Lost's Michael Emerson chatted with costars Daniel Dae Kim and Henry Ian Cusick, as The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev chatted with best supporting actor in a drama Aaron Paul. He totally won Buzz over with his cute press room excitement right after hitting the stage.
January Jones, meanwhile, cuddled up to her special date, Jason Sudeikis, in her show-stopping Versace gown along with Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston. The Glee kids, like Mark Salling, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, and Chris Colfer, celebrated Ryan Murphy and Jane Lynch's wins all together. We've got you covered for TV's biggest night — make sure to check out shots from the red carpet, exciting behind-the-scenes press room photos, and Buzz has the entire list of winners here!
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Michael C. Hall was on the set of Dexter in LA on Thursday, carrying a very cute little costar alongside his on-screen sister and real-life wife Jennifer Carpenter. In one scene, MCH was spotted carrying boxes marked "Harrison" out of the home Dexter shared with Rita, perhaps hinting that TV's favorite serial killer will be quite literally moving on after his wife's death. The actor recently shared a few hints about the show's upcoming September 26 premiere and promised that season five will be a tough one on his character. In two weeks, MCH and Jennifer will be decked out for the Emmys — Buzz is breaking down all the major categories and fill out your ballot for a chance to win an iPad!
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After a full day at the TCA panels, the stars of CBS, CW and Showtime stepped out for their star-studded bash. Ed Westwick was a treat to chat with as he represented the Gossip Girl cast. He was eager to talk about the fate of Chuck Bass and even share his thoughts on Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. The cast of 90210 took a break from their busy Summers to attend as well. AnnaLynne McCord has had a great few months of traveling with her boyfriend Kellan Lutz, but it turns out that Eclipse wasn't her favorite blockbuster of the season — it's a tie between Inception and Iron Man 2 because of their two amazing lead actors! Her costar Matt Lanter has his own Twilight connection after appearing in the spoof Vampires Suck, and he revealed that he read the first of Stephenie Meyers's books "as research." Matt hasn't had the chance to meet Rob, but he would love to one day.
Jerry O'Connell, meanwhile, took a break from promoting The Defenders to gush about his life with the twins and wife, Rebecca Romijn. He says that being a dad of girls is the only way to go! David Duchovny and Ashley Tisdale also turned out for the celebration, and he's busy today with a panel for Californication, as she chats up her new show Hellcats — there's lots more to come, so stay tuned to Buzz on Twitter for updates from the panels!
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Michael C. Hall honored yesterday's Emmy nomination for his work on Dexter with a hard workout in Los Angeles. MCH announced his remission from cancer earlier this year and looked fantastic as he sweated with a friend. The actor, who manages to make a serial killer relatable on his show, is no stranger to awards season attention and said that his character would respond to a win with, "Take that universe! That would be his voiceover." Not only was Hall recognized by the Emmy committee, but the series and this season's guest star, John Lithgow, racked up nominations of their own.
I was lucky enough to be in the room yesterday at Comic-Con when Showtime debuted a first look at Dexter's upcoming third season. It's just two minutes long, but it includes a bunch of fantastic teases for some of the upcoming action, including the appearance of Jimmy Smits as attorney Miguel Prado, who becomes a friend of Dexter's.
A friend? Really? Yup, Dexter may be becoming a bit more emotionally full this season, and his evolution (along with "family values") will be one of the season's main themes. "Dexter's playing catchup," said executive producer Clyde Phillips, "and he may be catching up faster than he may have planned." He's also going to set some major events into motion in the season premiere that will change him forever — at least one of which is hinted at in the trailer below. And is that some Rita/Dexter lovin' I see? (There were lots of cheers when that part of the trailer aired at Comic-Con.) To check out the trailer for yourself, and see a couple of other tidbits from the panel, just read more