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The Ultimate EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) List

The EGOT, a phrase coined Miami Vice’s Philip Michael Thomas, represents earning the highest individual, competitive entertainment honors in the areas of television (Emmy), music (Grammy), film (Oscar) and theatre (Tony). To date, only 12 people have received all four awards with Robert Lopez being the most recent, having completed his in record time (10 years) and as the youngest ...

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Hey Emmys, Nominate These Shows! Part 3 (Billions, Queen Sugar)

Welcome to part 3 of the series Hey Emmys, Nominate These Shows! This time I focus on two dramas, one in its second season and one its first. First up is Showtime’s Billions. While Homeland and Ray Donovan have been the network’s main Emmy gets in recent years, this is the time for Billions to be considered. Its second season ...

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Hey Emmys, Nominate These Shows! Part 2 (Difficult People, Schitt’s Creek)

Welcome to part 2 of the series Hey Emmys, Nominate These Shows! Today showcases Hulu’s Difficult People (in its second season) and Pop TV’s Schitt’s Creek (in its third). Neither have received a single Emmy nomination during their runs and that needs to change. READ: Hey Emmys, Nominate These Shows! Part 1 (Dear White People, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend) Difficult People (Season ...

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2017 Emmy Awards Nominating Ballots

Here are the ballots for all performers and crafts to be considered for nominations for the 2017 Emmy Awards. Voting began on June 12th and lasts for two weeks, until June 26th 10pm PST. Nominations for the 69th Emmy Awards will be announced on July 13th. Follow and track the Emmy Experts’ predictions right here. Animation   PDF Art Direction   PDF ...

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44th Daytime Emmy Awards: The Winners

The 44th Daytime Emmy Awards are being handed out tonight. Creative Arts Emmys were handed out yesterday, including a win for Cynthia Erivo (for her performance on The Today Show) who now has the E, the G and the T of her EGOT. Trollhunters and Days of Our Lives were the big winners there with six and five apiece, respectively. Here ...

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Oprah Winfrey, Riz Ahmed, Millie Bobby Brown Among Variety’s Sixth Season of ‘Actors on Actors’ on PBS

Variety and PBS SoCal have announced the lineup for the sixth installment of the Emmy award-winning series “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors.” The 5th season aired in January and featured this year’s Oscars contenders. The show will feature one-on-one conversations between this year’s Emmy contenders. Clips from the season, presented by Shutterstock, will be available to watch on Variety.com starting at the ...

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2016 Emmy Predictions: How Did We Do?

In a lot of ways, the Emmys are harder to predict than the Oscars. The Oscars have smaller timeline between when things get serious (usually mid-September) and the nominations announcement and the actual show itself. But in between that are dozens of precursors in the form of critics awards and industry awards that help us shape the race, give us ...

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2016 Creative Arts Emmy Winners: Night Two – Making a Murder, Grease Live Top Night, RuPaul Makes Herstory

After Game of Thrones swept the first night of the 2016 Creative Arts Emmys last night, they took a break from tonight’s awards which was focus primarily on Documentary, Reality, Short-form, and Non-Fiction programming. One of the most talked about, water-cooler shows of 2016, Netflix’s Making a Murderer, made a killing at tonight’s Creative Arts Emmys with four wins. The ...

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