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2018 Emmys: Nomination ballots are in; voting begins today

The official Emmy ballots are here and kick off the two-week nomination period that will end on June 25th. In order to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award you must be on this list. You can be submitted by your network, by your show’s production or by yourself but you gotta be on the list. There are over 22,000 ...

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2018 Emmys: The Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Race

The Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series category is looking to be one of the most competitive of the year. With a strong reigning champ, a bunch full of previous winners and a slate of newcomers and potential first-time nominees, this is a race to watch. With Veep out of eligibility this season, there are open spots that have been ...

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2018 Emmy Predictions: Updated and Ranked

It’s time for some new and updated Emmy predictions, ranked for your pleasure! Covering Drama Series, Comedy Series, Limited Series, TV Movie plus lead and supporting acting categories. Guest categories to come at a later date. Who do you think is on top in Drama – The Handmaid’s Tale or Game of Thrones? Will it be Atlanta or The Marvelous ...

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Emmy Podcast #21- Talking Westworld, The Handmaid’s Tale, Roseanne and One Day at a Time with Vox.com’s Todd VanDerWerff

In the first Emmy podcast of the 2017-2018 television season I am joined by a familiar voice – Vox.com’s critic-at-large Todd VanDerWerff. The first hour of this 90-minute podcast focuses heavily on the Outstanding Drama race which sees the return of Game of Thrones after taking a year off and now going up against last year’s winner The Handmaid’s Tale. ...

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2019 Emmy Predictions: Returns, Reboots and Reigning Champs

Last year at the Emmys a huge presence was missing, the reigning Drama Series champion (two years running) Game of Thrones. Missing out on last season’s Emmy race opened the door for Hulu to capture its first series win in The Handmaid’s Tale, which earned a massive eight wins for its freshman season, second only to the first season of ...

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Emmys: New Rules in Comedy Directing and more plus your 2018 Emmy Calendar

Almost every year, the Television Academy tinkers and tweaks with its rules for the upcoming awards season. Sometimes this is done to catch up to new avenues of television viewing like how to incorporate streaming networks. Sometimes it’s to change how voting for nominees and winners happens (there used to be elite, ‘blue ribbon’ panels). This year brings another selection ...

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The Best, the Worst and the Firsts at the Golden Globes

From the red carpet to the opening monologue to nearly every single speech, this year’s Golden Globes were never more a product of such a specific time and movement. With every actor and actress, in an unprecedented move, eschewing the raucous reds, blistering blues and graphic greens gowns of carpets past and instead donning all black in solidarity and support ...

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Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Television Nominations have a GLOW about them

Netflix’s freshman comedy GLOW, about the early days of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling in the 80s dominated the ring today with four nominations: Ensemble, Female Actor (Alison Brie), Male Actor (Marc Maron) and Stunts. A handful of other new shows (mostly Netflix) landed multiple nominations as well, including Ozark, Godless and Emmy-winners The Handmaid’s Tale and This Is Us. ...

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WGA Television Nominations: Double Mentions for Handmaid’s Tale, GLOW; The Leftovers, Will & Grace Nodded

The Emmy-winning drama The Handmaid’s Tale earned two nominations from the Writers Guild of America today, in Drama Series and New Series. The Hulu show won the Drama Emmy earlier this year. Netflix’s GLOW also earned two nominations, in Comedy Series and New Series. It aired outside of last season’s Emmy eligibility and will compete next year. The Americans, Better ...

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Why ‘Looking’ Being Canceled is a Good and a Bad Thing

HBO decided to cancel Looking today, just a few days after its superb 2nd season finale. It didn’t come as too much of a surprise; renewals usually arrive while a current season is still airing so the waiting game was inevitably going to end up as bad news. But, it’s not all bad news. We’re getting a “wrap-up special,” says ...

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