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TCA Awards Nominations 2014: Breaking Bad, True Detective, The Good Wife Rule

The Television Critics Association has revealed their nominations for 2014, with Breaking Bad, True Detective and The Good Wife all receiving multiple nominations. Breaking Bad, for its final season, scored three. True Detective, although submitted as a Drama Series for the Emmys, was nominated in Movie/Miniseries here. It also picked up nods for Program of the Year, New Program and ...

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HBO and Showtime Reveal 2013/2014 Emmy Category Placements

HBO and Showtime have revealed their category placements for this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards and there are some head-scratchers. HBO has never been that much of a supporter of the younger folks in Game of Thrones in terms of Emmy pushes but even Jack Gleeson, after last night’s epic Purple Wedding episode, gets the shaft. He doesn’t appear in the ...

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Awardswatch’s Emmy Experts Predictions – March 2014

The nominations for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards won’t be until July but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a pretty good idea of what’s getting in. New shows, old shows with new flare and former winners flailing are going to scramble for those noms and with the new rules in place for this year, even more will be eligible ...

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2014 Emmy Rule Changes Announced: Minis and Movies Split Again

When the Television Academy announced in 2011 that they were going to merge the Made for TV Movie and Miniseries categories, it had many of us scratching our heads. Not only are both categories in full bloom of possibilities for competition, networks are freely embracing the new ‘anthology’ of shows like American Horror Story and True Detective. Thankfully, a movement ...

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Captain Phillips, Gravity Share MPSE Honors

Captain Phillips and Gravity shared the two major awards from the Motion Picture Sound Editors last night, with the former taking Dialogue and ADR and the latter winning Sound Effects and Foley. At the Oscar those are combined into a single Sound Editing category and both films are competing against each other there. The split wins does little to give ...

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WGA Winners: Her and Captain Phillips Win as Hustle and Wolf Tumble

Spike Jonze’s Her beat out David O. Russell’s American Hustle for the Writers Guild’s highest honor for original screenplays and set itself up for a potential upset on Oscar night. Hustle was seen as the favorite here but its loss tonight and its no-show in the PGA tie is showing the film is a distant third in the Oscar race, ...

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Mid-Season Emmy Predictions 2014 – Part II: Comedy

Finishing up our look at the Emmy lineup for this season, we look at the Comedy side of things, which for the most part is far more barren than the Drama categories. Part of this is the departure of 30 Rock leaving holes in most of the major categories, but a lot of it is the lack of new comedies ...

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Mid-Season Emmy Predictions 2014 – Part I: Drama

As we enter the halfway point of the broadcast TV season, it’s probably a good time to look at the status of the Emmy race. The summer and fall cable series have already gone through their seasons (Breaking Bad, Homeland), we’re at a point with the series on broadcast TV where we have a pretty good idea of where their ...

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