Monday night's Emmys belonged to Breaking Bad. The epic series won six Emmys last night, including Outstanding Drama Series, Best Actor – Drama (Bryan Cranston), Best Supporting Actor – Drama (Aaron Paul) and Best Supporting Actress – Drama (Anna Gunn). The comedy Modern Family took home its fifth Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy, and the latest season of Sherlock netted a whopping seven Emmys, including Best Actor - TV Movie/Miniseries for Benedict Cumberbatch.

For the most part, the ceremony itself was relatively tame (boring), but one awkward moment has been getting a lot of negative feedback from Twitter viewers. At one point, the CEO of the Television Academy made a tame (really boring) speech about how great the Television Academy is, and made actress Sofia Vergara stand on an elevated, rotating platform next to him to be displayed like a life-sized trophy. Obviously, people took issue with this “joke.” For a show that recognizes such innovation and great writing, you would have thought they could have come up with better material ... Discuss

After a prolonged delay, the National Lampoon’s Vacation reboot is back on. In the new installment of the franchise made famous by Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo, Ed Helms will play an adult Rusty Griswold, who decides to take his own family on vacation like the ones his father Clark used to lead. Christina Applegate, Chris Hemsworth and Charlie Day are also in talks for the comedy. Never fear, Sparky fans, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Chase and D’Angelo will both be featured in cameos ... Discuss

We’ve got some bad news for anyone who’s spent an entire Saturday afternoon binge-watching cool scientists blow stuff up in the name of busting pop culture myths: Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and Grant Imahara will not be a part of the show Mythbusters starting next season. The trio, who have been members of the science-themed Discovery Channel show’s cast for the last decade, have been cut from the series as producers are trying to take it in a new creative direction. All three graciously took to Twitter after the announcement to thank the team for the experience, with Imahara adding, "Thanks @MythBusters for allowing us to teach science in a whole new way.” You will be missed, team ... Discuss

People officially love binge-watching The Simpsons. According to Variety, the on-going Simpsons marathon (which kicked off last week and runs for a full 12 days) was the most-viewed programming in FXX’s history. On Thursday night—the first evening of the marathon—ratings for the network tripled, and it was one of the most-watched channels on cable ... Discuss

It's been a rough week for news, both at home and abroad, and even the unfailingly smiley Jimmy Fallon was forced to admit that things are pretty bad out there. Never one to take bad news lying down, Fallon decided to just straight up lie, and recruited a few news stories that aren't necessarily true, but, hey, it'd be nice if they were. Thanks, Jimmy. We feel better all ready ... Discuss