- Sunday's Emmy awards drew the second-smallest audience ever, Variety reports. It drew just 13.1 million viewers, and only the 1990 telecast did worse.
- The Hollywood Reporter rounds up who was censored during the Emmy broadcast: Sally Field, Katherine Heigl and Ray Romano.
- HBO has picked up a TV series pitch from the Will Ferrell-Adam McKay production company Sanchez Productions, ComingSoon reports.
- "Office" producer Greg Daniels wants to take his writing staff on a field trip to Scranton for October's "Office" convention, the Scranton Times-Tribune reports.
- Variety has news that A Thousand Splendid Suns, Khaled Hosseini's follow-up novel to The Kite Runner, has already been snatched up for film adaptation.
- Billboard names Reba McEntire its Woman of the Year.
- Thursday's premiere of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" got the show's best ratings ever, Zap2it reports.
- MTV Films will make a feature-length movie version of the YouTube creation Million Dollar Strong, writes Variety.
- "Psych" has been renewed for a third season, TV Guide reports.