The Winners: Spike TV Scream 2009 Awards

spikeThe complete list of winners from the Scream Awards, which air on October 27th at 10PM on Spike TV, are as follows:

Most Anticipated Fantasy Film
Alice in Wonderland
Best Sci-Fi ActressMegan FoxTransformers 2
Break-out Performance FemaleIsabelle LucasTransformers 2
Best Villain Alexander SkarsgardTrue Blood
Break-out Performance MaleTaylor LautnerTwilight
Best Comic Book WriterJeff Jones
Best Comic Book MovieWatchmen
Rock Immortal AwardKeith Richards
Best Horror MovieDrag Me to Hell
Best Horror Actor MaleStephen MoyerTrue Blood
Best Horror Actor FemaleAnna PaquinTrue Blood
Scream Mastermind Lifetime Achievement AwardGeorge A. Romero
Best Director JJ Abrams Star Trek
Best TV ShowTrue Blood
Best Fantasy Movie Twilight
Comic-Con Icon Lifetime Achievement Award Stan Lee
Ultimate ScreamStar Trek

2009 Emmy Awards: The Show, The Winners

emmyEach year, the Primetime Emmy Awards are a highlight of the entertainment industry’s fall season, and this year’s shindig definitely didn’t disappoint.

With Neil Patrick Harris manning the helm, the 61st incarnation of the Emmy’s had plenty of memorable moments and appearances, with a bevy of trophies being handed out.

Beginning with the red carpet, preggers celebs like Kourtney Kardashian andHeidi Klum were all about showing off their motherly figures, while young Hollywood hotties like Leighton Meester, Jessica Lowndes, and Blake Lively all made their mark.

As for the night’s big winners, the list is as follows:

Outstanding Comedy Series: “30 Rock,” NBC
Outstanding Drama Series: “Mad Men” AMC
Outstanding Actor, Drama Series: Bryan Cranston, “Breaking Bad,” AMC
Actor, Comedy Series: Alec Baldwin, “30 Rock,” NBC.
Actress, Comedy Series: Toni Collette, “United States of Tara,” Showtime.
Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Michael Emerson, “Lost,” ABC.
Supporting Actress, Drama Series: Cherry Jones, “24,” Fox.
Supporting Actor, Comedy Series: Jon Cryer, “Two and a Half Men,” CBS.
Supporting Actress, Comedy Series: Kristin Chenoweth, “Pushing Daisies,” ABC.
Miniseries:Little Dorrit” PBS.
Made-for-TV Movie:Grey Gardens,” HBO.
Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Brendan Gleeson, “Into the Storm,” HBO.
Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Jessica Lange, “Grey Gardens,” HBO.
Supporting Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Ken Howard, “Grey Gardens,” HBO.
Supporting Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Shohreh Aghdashloo, “House of Saddam,” HBO.
Directing for a Comedy Series: “The Office: Stress Relief,” Jeff Blitz, NBC.
Directing for a Drama Series: “ER: And in the End,” Rod Holcomb, NBC.
Directing for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Series: “American Idol: Show 833 ,” Bruce Gowers, Fox.
Directing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Dramatic Special: “Little Dorrit: Part 1,” Dearbhla Walsh, PBS.
Variety, Music, or Comedy Series: “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” Comedy Central.
Reality-Competition Program: “The Amazing Race,” CBS.
Writing for a Comedy Series: “30 Rock: Reunion,” Matt Hubbard, NBC.
Writing for a Drama Series: “Mad Men: Meditations in an Emergency,” Kater Gordon and Matthew Weiner, AMC.
Writing for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Series: “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,” Comedy Central.
Writing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Dramatic Special: “Little Dorrit,” Andrew Davies, PBS.
Host, Reality or Reality-Competition Program: Jeff Probst, “Survivor,” CBS.
Original Music and Lyrics:81st Annual Academy Awards: Song Title: Hugh Jackman Opening Number,” ABC.

2009 MTV VMAs: The Winners

gffLast night’s shindig was memorable for its good points as well as a few snafus.
Kicking off the show, Madonna gave a monologue about Michael Jackson that was followed by a high-energy tribute to the fallen King of Pop, complete with a performance by Janet Jackson.
And during the Best Female Video Award portion, Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech was cut off by Kanye West, who insisted that Beyonce Knowles should’ve won the trophy.

As for live performances, this year’s show was action-packed, with everyone from Green Day to Lady GaGa to Pink taking the stage. As a grand finale, Jay-Z showed up for a duet with Alicia Keys.

This year’s MTV Video Music Awards winners were:

Video of the Year: Beyonce “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”

Best New Artist: Lady GaGa “Poker Face”

Best Hip Hop Video: Eminem “We Made You”

Best Male Video: T.I. featuring Rihanna “Live Your Life”

Best Pop Video: Britney Spears “Womanizer”

Best Rock Video: Green Day “21 Guns”

Best Female Video: Taylor Swift “You Belong with Me”

Best Video [That Should Have Won a Moonman]: Beastie Boys “Sabotage”