The 62nd Emmy Awards ceremony rolls out the red carpet tonight at the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.
The World War II miniseries "The Pacific" garnered 24 Emmy nominations — more than any other program. Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg produced the drama for HBO.
That's a name the Emmy audience will hear 101 times during the awards ceremony. The cable television network racked up more nominations than any other — including a nod for outstanding made-for-television movie: "You Don't Know Jack." Critics have buzzed about the drama that starred Al Pacino as the right-to -die advocate Dr. Jack Kevorkian — better known as "Doctor Death."
HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" also picked up nominations for best comedy series. It faces a brand new contender for that award: Fox Television's "Glee" makes its first Emmy appearance. The high school sitcom that launched a million “Gleeks” is up for 19 awards.