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Paul Wesley steps behind the camera for tonight’s episode of Vampire Diaries. 

Why did you cut a shirtless moment though?!?!?!?

It’s true: Stephen Colbert is the new Letterman!

(But what’s gonna happen to Craig Ferguson?)

EXCLUSIVE GIFS: Jack and Chloe are back, dammit!

Jack is back! In this week’s EW, get an exclusive look behind the scenes of 24 with Jack Bauer himself.

Photo Credit: Gavin Bond for EW.

It’s that time again: This week in EW, we rank the year’s top 10 movies, TV shows, albums, singles, and books. Take a seat, put up your feet, and get comfy; this may take awhile.

Much like this traumatized side-stepper, we’re still recovering from last night’s Emmys. Maybe it’ll help to work through this thing together:

- First let’s rank the night’s biggest upsets, from crazy to crazier

- Next, let’s go inside the night’s biggest parties and watch Anna Gunn almost get caught in sprinkler crossfire

- Then it’s onto reliving the best part of any Emmys telecast: the Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series bits

- Finally, a timely video: Heisenberg reacts to losing Best Actor to Jeff Daniels

Wait, did we say “finally”? Because that’s just the tip of our Emmys coverage iceberg.

Thank you so much! Thank you so much. …I gotta go. Bye.

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy winner Merritt Wever, delivering history’s greatest awards show acceptance speech.

And the EWwy nominees are…

Remember, you can vote for drama nominees here and comedy nominees here.

Best Drama

The Americans

Orphan Black

Parenthood

Scandal

Sons of Anarchy

Best Actor – Drama

Aden Young, Rectify

Jonny Lee Miller, Elementary

Matthew Rhys, The Americans

Timothy Olyphant, Justified

Tony Goldwyn, Scandal

Best Actress – Drama

Emmy Rossum, Shameless

Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife

Katey Sagal, Sons of Anarchy

Keri Russell, The Americans

Tatiana Maslany, Orphan Black

Best Supporting Actor – Drama

Corey Stoll, House of Cards

David Harewood, Homeland

Freddie Highmore, Bates Motel

Jerry Perry, Scandal

John Noble, Fringe

Michael Cudlitz, Southland

Best Supporting Actress – Drama

Abigail Spencer, Rectify

Hayden Panettiere, Nashville

Maggie Siff, Sons of Anarchy

Monica Potter, Parenthood

Natalie Dormer, Game of Thrones

Regina King, Southland

Best Comedy

Enlightened

How I Met Your Mother

The Mindy Project

New Girl

Parks and Recreation

Best Actor – Comedy 

Adam DeVine, Workaholics

Adam Scott, Parks and Recreation

Jake Johnson, New Girl

Josh Gad, 1600 Penn

Neil Flynn, The Middle

Best Actress – Comedy

Dakota Johnson, Ben and Kate

Lea Michele, Glee

Mindy Kaling, The Mindy Project

Portia de Rossi, Arrested Development

Zooey Deschanel, New Girl

Best Supporting Actor – Comedy

Damon Wayans Jr., Happy Endings

Jordan Peele, Key & Peele

Keegan-Michael Key, Key & Peele 

Max Greenfield, New Girl

Taran Killam, Saturday Night Live

Will Arnett, Arrested Development

Best Supporting Actress – Comedy

Amy Schumer, Inside Amy Schumer 

Casey Wilson, Happy Endings

Cobie Smulders, How I Met Your Mother

Jessica Walter, Arrested Development

Kate McKinnon, Saturday Night Live

Zosia Mamet, Girls

Ask and ye shall receive: Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany talks season 1 and why she hopes the show gets a little Emmy love —

“It would be so amazing if the show got nominated or we got out there; I think people would be really excited about that because so many incredible sci-fi-shows go under the radar and don’t get taken seriously in award season,” she says. “But I think sci-fi definitely belongs there because it tells sort of subversive stories about society without hitting you over the head. It puts very real stories into the context of a fantastical world, so there’s a sense of escapism but there’s also a sense of, ‘This isn’t far from our reality.’”

Every week, Entertainment Weekly gives you tips on the latest, greatest ways to spend your limited time and money. With our new special 100 All-Time Greatest issue — out on newsstands Friday, June 28 — we take on nothing short of entertainment history.

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