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SAG Awards: 10 Most Memorable Moments

Here are the 10 best and worst moments from the 2019 SAG Awards.

SAG Awards: Read Host Megan Mullally’s Full Monologue

Read a full transcript of SAG Awards 2019 host Megan Mullally's opening monologue.

SAG Awards: Megan Mullally Celebrates Inclusive Casting, Female-Led Films in Monologue

Megan Mullally made her hosting debut during Sunday night's SAG Awards show.

Hollywood Reporter’s Guide to the 2019 SAG Awards

Everything you need to know about the 2019 SAG Awards.

Megan Mullally Talks “Setting the Right Tone” With SAG Awards Hosting Gig

Ahead of emceeing Sunday's ceremony, 'Will & Grace' star Megan Mullally reveals that she isn't looking to be snarky or political.

Megan Mullally Responds to Trump’s Bizarre ‘Green Acres’ Tweet

President Donald Trump posted a throwback clip of himself and Megan Mullally performing the 'Green Acres' theme song during the 2005 Emmy Awards in lieu of him signing the Farm Bill on Thursday.

Emmys: Megan Mullally Disappointed in ‘Will & Grace’ Comedy Series Snub

'Will and Grace' star Megan Mullally on her supporting actress Emmy nomination, show snubs and season 10.

‘Will & Grace’ Stars Reveal Why They Returned for Two-Season Revival

The cast and co-creators tease what to expect from the highly anticipated new season, which is set to premiere Thursday.

‘Will & Grace’ Creators to Receive Logo’s Trailblazer Honor (Exclusive)

Debra Messing will present the award to the NBC series' showrunners.

‘Why Him?’: Film Review

Bryan Cranston plays a protective father and James Franco his daughter's rich and obnoxious new boyfriend in John Hamburg's comedy 'Why Him?.'

Emmys Flashback: When Trump Sang the ‘Green Acres’ Theme in Overalls

In 2005, the Republican presidential nominee, with a pitchfork in hand, performed the sitcom's theme song with Megan Mullally to compete in the ceremony's running gag — "Emmy Idol."

‘It’s Only a Play’ Recoups on Broadway

The all-star smash comedy revival headlined by Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane becomes the first production of the 2014-15 season to turn a profit