Anne Sweeney (co-chair, Disney Media), Nancy Dubuc (President and CEO of A&E), Mark Burnett (executive producer), Jon Voight, Allison Williams, Matthew Weiner, Eric Stonestreet, Clark Gregg, Dean Norris and many more celebrate the kickoff of the 65th annual Emmys weekend.
"30 Rock" producers Tina Fey, Robert Carlock and Jeff Richmond recall winning the award for Outstanding Comedy Series in their first year on the air. "We're around if you need us to write sketches," Fey joked about a return to "Saturday Night Live."
Emmy winner and funnyman Jerry Seinfeld weighs in on the instant gratification of posting his content online and the dysfunctional lives of the 'Seinfeld' characters. "I imagine there will be some kids, some divorces, social situations is what I would imagine for the four of them," says Seinfeld. "George would probably have a wife and kids, very normal, suburban, and he would be tortured."