The Envelope Roundtable Gathers First-Time Emmy® Nominees

LOS ANGELES — The Envelope, the Los Angeles Times entertainment awards insider, will host four first-time Emmy® nominees in a discussion to be moderated by The Times renowned television critic Mary McNamara at its iconic downtown headquarters this Friday, September 9, 2011. Exclusive video and photos will be made available at and beginning next week, and The Times multi-platform coverage will culminate in a Calendar cover feature the day of the awards, Sunday, September 18th.

The latest of The Envelope Roundtables is set to celebrate TV's biggest awards, by bringing together Josh Charles ("The Good Wife"), Michelle Forbes ("The Killing"), Johnny Galecki ("The Big Bang Theory") and Walton Goggins ("Justified") to chat about their acclaimed shows and the performances that secured their names on the ballot.

"The Envelope creates intimate access to the talents behind entertainment's coolest roles, best shows, unsungs and unknowns in unusual ways," said Editor Elena Howe. "We're giving our readers unique, first-hand perspective on the artistic process and insight into the excitement of the award season."

Earlier this TV season, The Envelope Emmy® Week brought some of the year's most talked-about shows to life with screenings, roundtables and Q&A's moderated by Times journalists before an audience of Television Academy and guild members. Mirroring a similar slate of events focused on film and music awards, The Envelope is the indispensable and comprehensive source for award season news, analysis and red carpet reporting for industry insiders and ardent fans.


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