The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards show is this weekend. Know what’s even better than great acting? Great acting combined with great-looking-ness. With that in mind, here’s a gallery of this year’s hottest nominees, including Sofia Vergara, of course. Enjoy.
Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series—Modern Family
Oh, hey, Julie Bowen. You’re hot, too. Ten more points to Modern Family.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series—30 Rock
Nerdy, funny, attractive and self-deprecating. Our kind of woman.
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series—30 Rock
Once again, funny girls rule. Keep doing your thing, Jane.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Mini-Series or a Movie—Mildred Pierce
With a career like Kate Winslet’s, an Emmy nomination is no big thing. Still, it’s nice to see her getting (even more) recognition for her talents.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series—Law & Order SVU
We wouldn’t mind spending a few hours in a small room being interrogated by her. Not even a little bit.
Evan Rachel Wood
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie—Mildred Pierce
Evan Rachel Wood seems to be showing up everywhere these days. This is a good thing.
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie—Cinema Verite
Singlehandedly redefining the phrase “better with age.”
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series—The Good Wife
Can’t say we’ve actually been watching The Good Wife, but we did take note of actress Archie Panjabi.
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series—Mad Men
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series—30 Rock
Alec Baldwin’s character, Jack Donaghy, needed a tough-as-nails go-getter to win his affections. Elizabeth Banks delivered.
Taraji P. Henson
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie—Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story
We really need to see more of this PETA supporter. Here’s hoping an Emmy nomination/win will do the trick.
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series—Boardwalk Empire
In Boardwalk Empire, Kelly Macdonald plays mistress to a ruthless gangster. Time to get into the ruthless gangster business.
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series—Dexter
She should also get an award for “sexiest scowl on television.” Yikes. In a good way.
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series—Mad Men
Cara Buono played yet another of Don Draper’s endless line of hook-ups, but she managed to stand out from the crowd.
Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series—Hot in Cleveland
Don’t deny it, guys. We’re all crushing on Betty.