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‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Broad City’ win early Emmy Awards

The Creative Arts Emmys are still two weeks away but juried awards have already been announced including The Simpsons, which picks up outstanding individual achievement in animation, its 33rd Emmy overall, and Broad City, which won for motion design.  Fellow winners in animation were Adventure Time, Hey Arnold!, Jungle Movie, The Number on Great-Grandpa’s Arm, The Scariest Story Ever: A Mickey Mouse …

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2016 AW Emmy Nominations: The Leftovers, You’re the Worst Get Top Mentions

HBO’s The Leftovers topped the 2016 AW Emmy nominations today with a total of 10 including three acting mentions, Drama Series and Program of the Year. Critics darling You’re the Worst from FXX blew up, scoring nine, the best for any comedy series this year. For the nominating process, AwardsWatch’s forums used the Emmy submission ballot as their guide with a …

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Emmy Podcast #14: Final Emmy Predictions in Drama and Comedy Categories

In part one of two final Emmy prediction podcasts before the nominations are announced on July 14th, I am joined by AwardsWatch Emmy Experts Chris and Jonathan to go over Drama and Comedy Series and their respective Lead and Supporting categories as well as Limited Series, TV Movie, Variety Talk, Variety Sketch, Variety Special and Special Class Program. With so …

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Comedy Lead and Supporting Acting (June)

We’re expecting Lead Actor in a Comedy Series to look a lot like last year. We think five of six of last year’s nominees to return, the exception being Matt LeBlanc as Episodes didn’t air a new season during eligibility. That’s good news for Aziz Ansari (Master of None). The Parks and Recreation alumni’s Netflix show is expected to land …

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2016 Emmys: First Emmy Nomination Predictions (March)

  As we find ourselves in the second half of the 2015/2015 television season, AwardsWatch’s Emmy Experts are here with some picks for who we think is making it to Emmy nomination morning in July. There are still tons of major contenders that remain to be seen like the Roots reboot from The History Channel and Confirmation and All the Way from …

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AwardsWatch’s Top 50 Episodes of Television for 2015

AwardsWatch members have voted on 2015’s Best of Television and here are the Top 50 Episodes for 2015. Did your favorite make the cut? Special thanks to Jonathan Boehle for organizing and compiling the list and to the AwardsWatch members who voted. The list: #50 “Heaven Sent,” Doctor Who Written by Steven Moffat; Directed by Rachel Talaly Premiered November 28 …

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2015 Writers Guild of America (WGA) Nominations for TV, Streaming, News & Radio

  Streaming formats like Netflix and Amazon were big winners today as the Writers Guild of America announced their nominations for television, streaming media, news and radio. Amazon’s Transparent and Netflix shows Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Narcos and Bloodline landed nominations in multiple categories. New shows fared very well too, especially USA’s Mr. Robot, which landed Drama Series and New Series …

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2015 AW Forum Emmy Nominations: Mad Men, Inside Amy Schumer, Transparent Rule

  The 2015 Awardswatch Emmys, a forum-based voting block, has chosen their nominations for the 2014-2015 television season and Mad Men has come roaring back to a field-best 9 nominations in its final season. Comedy Central and FX saw huge numbers with The Americans, Justified, Broad City and Inside Amy Schumer grabbing a total of 27 nominations among those four …

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Critics’ Choice TV Awards: Inside Amy Schumer, Broad City, The Americans, Justified Score

The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) announced nominations for the 5th annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards with HBO, FX and Comedy Central coming out as big winners today. Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer nabbed three mentions while Broad City also got three, including one for Best Comedy Series. Also on the Comedy side, Amazon’s Transparent (which won two Golden Globes this …

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