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Tina Fey, Justin Timberlake Win Creative Arts Emmys & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Sep 14th 2009 1:15PM
Tina Fey SNLTina Fey, Justin Timberlake win Emmys, Susan Boyle heads for America, ABC Family renews '10 Things I Hate About You' and more of today's top TV headlines.
Tina Fey SNLTina Fey and Justin Timberlake were among the winners at Saturday's Creative Arts Emmys, taking home honors for their guest work on 'Saturday Night Live.' Other winners included guest stars Ellen Burstyn ('Law & Order: SVU'), Michael J. Fox ('Rescue Me') and the PBS miniseries 'Little Dorrit,' which led the night with four wins total. See photos from the show. [Hollywood Reporter]

Susan Boyle Americas Got TalentBrace yourselves: 'Britain's Got Talent' megastar Susan Boyle is reportedly coming to America. Sources say Boyle, who finished second on the popular British reality series, will appear on the season finale of 'America's Got Talent,' airing this Wednesday at 8PM on NBC. Expect Beatlemania all over again. [Hollywood Reporter]

10 Things I Hate About You renewedABC Family loves at least one thing about '10 Things I Hate About You.' The freshman comedy series, based on the 1999 movie starring Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles, has been renewed for a second season, with a fitting 10-episode order. On the downside: The network has pulled the plug on the summer series 'Ruby and the Rockits,' which will end after just one season. [Variety]

My Boys renewedTBS has picked up 'My Boys' for a fourth season. 'Boys,' about a Chicago sportswriter (Jordana Spiro) and her three best guy friends, will return with nine new episodes, scheduled to premiere sometime in 2010. [Variety]


'Will & Grace' alum Eric McCormack is back at work. The Emmy winner, who recently appeared on the TNT series 'Trust Me,' will reportedly star in a Lifetime movie based on the life of con artist Clark Rockefeller. McCormack is also attached to a new single-camera comedy series from writers Alex Barnow and Marc Firek (''Til Death'). He'll play Kris Jacobs, a widower whose family and friends help him get his life in order. [Hollywood Reporter]

ABC has picked up three new comedy series, including an adaptation of BBC rom-com 'Gavin and Stacey.' Also on the net's plate is the new half-hour comedy '18 Years,' about a young city couple who try to settle down as parents, and a new series from 'Samantha Who?''s Don Todd. The untitled comedy will reportedly be about a thirtysomething woman who becomes the manager of a much-younger set of coworkers. [Variety]

'M*A*S*H' writer Larry Gelbart has died. Gelbart, who also earned Oscar nominations for penning 1977's 'Oh, God!' and the '80s classic 'Tootsie,' reportedly lost his battle with cancer Friday in Beverly Hills. He was 81. [Variety]

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