Getty Images"I can't say that the writing was exaggerated. I think that was me." -- Christopher Knight, far left, on ID's "Heartbreakers"
Getty Images"I will robocall people. Don’t make me. I will." -- Tony Harris, pictured center, on increasing viewership at Al Jazeera America
Getty Images"They could have made my blurred spot bigger. That would be cool." -- former contender of Discovery Channel's "Naked and Afraid," Justin Bullard
Getty Images"Dark means cold, and here it’s dark and warm, and my head just went, 'What the hell?' I got in liquid water and I could stand there and I wasn’t losing body parts. That was exciting, and I flushed toilets. Never gets old." -- National Geographic's "Life Below Zero" star Sue Aikens on Los Angeles
Getty Images"Dancing with Jon [Hamm] in this series was great fun. I had to dip him at one point, which was not easy." -- Ovation's "Young Doctor's Notebook" star Daniel Radcliffe on a dancing scene with his taller co-star
Getty Images"I'm big in the independent film world." -- Kevin Sorbo defends his post-"Hercules" career to the press during ID's "Heartbreakers" panel
Getty Images"Do we have a score?" -- BBC America's "The Game" star Brian Cox, pictured on left, disrupted the panel to get an update on the Argentina-Netherlands World Cup game.
Getty Images"We had to put the baby in, like, nude underwear ... putting a baby in nude underwear is sort of creepy, right?" -- "Please Like Me" star Josh Thomas (left) on one of the stranger moments on his show.
Getty Images"We wanted to ruin our marriage, so that's why we went into this." -- LeAnn Rimes on why she and her husband, Eddie Cibrian, are doing a reality show, "LeAnn & Eddie" (VH1).
Getty Images"My dad's on the show because he's desperate and a celebrity and cannot stay away from the camera." -- Nicole Richie shares why her father Lionel Richie appears on "Candidly Nicole" (VH1).
Getty Images“I went to the tanning booth, so I wouldn't get burnt.” -- "Naked and Afraid" (NatGeo) contender Dani Julien (right) on her thorough prepping before the show.
Getty Images"Some jobs are just too hideous to contemplate." -- Mike Rowe on taking the job of a television critic, while talking about his new show, "Somebody's Gotta Do It" (CNN).
Getty Images“You'll be very surprised when you see women who want to hold it, women who want to keep it and men who want to keep up. It's going to change the way that we look at how each gender wants sex, because we're profoundly different.” --Alec Melger (second from right) on new docuseries "Virigin Territory" (MTV).
Getty Images“I can only say that I certainly don't see myself as difficult. I would never intend to be difficult." -- Katherine Heigl (left) in response to accusations that she's "difficult" to work with.
Getty Images"We could have made the deadline, but I'm slow as mud as a TV writer.” -- Vince Gilligan (right) on pushing "Breaking Bad" prequel series "Better Call Saul" premiere date to 2015.
Getty Images“Do you have a car? You ever get a flat tire? What'd you do, the whole car stopped because one flat tire decided the car shouldn't run? Or did you change the flat tire?” -- Gene Simmons (right) said of replacing Kiss bandmates Ace Frehley and Peter Criss, while promoting his new reality show "4th and Loud" (AMC) with current bandmate Paul Stanley (left).
Getty Images"And if I wanted to date someone, I would call you and I would ask you go to dinner with me. But right now, I'm very content in my life with where I am. Today, I'm not gay.” -- Todd Chrisley (left), star of reality series "Chrisley Knows Best" (USA), said of his sexuality.
Getty Images"So usually successful people have a more interesting life, they have better stories to tell, they eat better food, they look better, so I'd rather hang out with them than somebody working in the post office or a mortician.” -- Jean Pigozzi (right) said of his celebrity friends, many of whom will be featured on his new interview show, "My Friends Call Me Johnny" (Esquire Network).
Getty Images“Race is talked about less than ever before. My kids know this. Miley Cyrus is urban. Justin Bieber is urban. And in some ways, we can call them ‘black-ish.'” -- Kenya Barris (right), executive producer of "Black-ish" (ABC), said.
Getty Images“We don't consider a hashtag when we're writing a show. The idea that we decide what Twitter is gonna call something is a very weird notion to me.” -- Shonda Rhimes (left) said of naming her new show, "How to Get Away With Murder" (ABC).
Getty Images“We were a little disappointed with the numbers, we wanted it a little bit higher,” -- ABC President Paul Lee said of the low ratings for ABC's new singing competition show "Rising Star."
Getty Images“My life is just always fun as a gay man. So, that’s what I’ll reflect” – CBS’s “The McCarthys” show creator Brian Gallivan on not showing the darker side of the gay experience in its first season.
Getty Images “Everyone can be a stalker. Everyone can be a victim – women, men, children, groups, gangs. I mean, there’s so many versions of stalking,” – Kevin Williamson on having relatable characters on his CBS drama “Stalker.”
Getty Images“Absolutely not even remotely did I see the success of ‘Breaking Bad’ … I thought, ‘Man, in 12 years I'll be lucky if I'm not living in half of a double wide.'” -- Vince Gilligan said when asked if he foresaw the success of "Breaking Bad," during the panel for CBS' “Battle Creek.”
“The game of football has never been safer than it is today. We’re getting back to playing the game the way it should be – taking the head out of the game.” – Commissioner Roger Goodell citing rule changes and improvements in equipment during CBS’ “Thursday Night Football” panel.
"Would you like me to send you the box set?" -- CW chief Mark Pedowitz to a reporter who asked multiple questions about the network's "Beauty and the Beast."
"Sorry I'm late. I was out looking for a head coach." -- Kobe Bryant jokes at the start of his TCA panel on his Showtime documentary.
Getty Images"I just watched 'Seinfeld' and copied it." -- John Mulaney on his new Fox comedy, "Mulaney."
Getty Images"Violence, when you show it, should be disturbing. It's the only moral way to show it." -- "Gotham" executive producer Bruno Heller discussing the show's darker themes.
Getty Images"When you take a swing that big, you have to land it. We ultimately all looked at it and thought, "We're not going to get there.'" -- Fox's Peter Rice on "Hieroglyphics" early cancellation.
Getty Images"Look what happened to him." -- "Sleepy Hollow" co-creator Roberto Orci joked when a journalist brought up former Fox chief Kevin Reilly's comment that the show was behind schedule during a previous TV critics press tour.
Getty Images"There's so much story to tell, which is remarkable to think about since we're on Season 129 now." -- CW's "Supernatural" showrunner Jeremy Carver (middle) joked about the long-running series.
Getty Images"I'm a huge fan of that show. I'm flattered by the comparison. I don't think it's a bad thing if it's something that I've done unwittingly." -- Showtime's "Ray Donovan" creator Ann Biderman on her show's comparisons to "The Sopranos."
Getty Images“I would've brought a certain rugged charm to (the role) but believe me, he's going to do just fine.” -- "Sons of Anarchy" star Charlie Hunnam said of Jamie Dornan, who replaced him as Christian Grey in the film adaptation of E.L. James' novel "Fifty Shades of Grey." He also dismissed criticism that the book is "mommy porn."
Getty Images"You need to see the first feeding and see the vampire like you would drink a little box of Capri Sun. What do you with a Capri Sun? You don't drink it and say, ‘Now I will give you my love forever'; you crush it and throw it away.” -- Guillermo Del Toro (left) on introducing the vampires on his new FX show "The Strain."
Getty Images"There was some tweaking needed, there were some problems with the show, but that doesn't mean that the entirety of the show is off-balance.” -- Ramy Yaacoub, assistant director of the Tahrir Institute of Middle East Policy, admitted about FX's "Tyrant."
Getty Images“I don't have that filter, and I sort of rely on [FX CEO] John Landgraf for that filter. The reason why it was a fork is because it was there.” -- "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter (left) discussed pushing boundaries on the show, particularly with last season's gruesome murder.
Getty Images"It gets hard to look past the actors. I like the idea that the character comes first and the actors are able to disappear into the role.” -- "Fargo" Executive Producer Noah Hawley said of bringing in new actors when the show shifts time periods next season.
Getty Images“If you're going to survive in this TV market … you can't keep tracing something else. This show that we have this season is the show that ‘The Bridge’ was aiming to be." -- Showrunner Elwood Reid (left) revealed of drastically changing the plot of the FX show.
Getty Images“In this culture where we're constantly tweeting and observing and watching, Theodore and Franklin and Abraham Lincoln and Meriwether Lewis sort of couldn't get elected dog catcher today," -- filmmaker Ken Burns said while discussing his PBS series, “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History."
Getty Images“It is surprising to me … that people still are organizing Sunday nights so that they can watch the program the same time that their friends, their family [are]. There is a lot to be said about collective viewing.” -- PBS President Paula Kerger on hit show "Downton Abbey."