Henry Winkler (r) with Bill Hader in Barry (HBO) No win in the 2018 Emmy season was more joyous than television veteran, Henry Winkler winning Best Comedy Supporting Actor for Barry, which saw all of Winkler’s fellow nominees joining in giving him two standing ovations. Can Winkler get another memorable moment and win a second Emmy for Best Comedy Supporting …Read More »
The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards are this weekend and AwardsWatch’s Emmy Experts have their FINAL predictions for this year’s winners. With the Guest Acting winners at last weekend’s Creative Arts Emmys being so off the charts we could see as much turned upside down at the big show. The Emmys do often like to repeat themselves and while we all …Read More »
2016 Emmys: Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Can Tony Hale Threepeat or is Louie Anderson a threat to win?
Is Tony Hale set for a three-peat in Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for Veep? According to three of our Emmy Experts he is. This category is certainly no stranger to multiple consecutive wins so it’s certainly possible. His submission, “Inauguration,” is much like his last year’s win in that it builds up to a single big speech. …Read More »
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 …Read More »
This could be a big year for comedy at The Emmys. We’ll either see a new Comedy Series champ crowned if Modern Family manages to win a 6th consecutive award, making it the sole record holder for wins, or we’ll see a new show have the chance to start an Emmy run. Veep and Transparent are the two most …Read More »
The winners of the 2015 Awardswatch Emmys were announced last night and Mad Men‘s 7th season sendoff took the crown, winning Program of the Year. Winning a field best four awards, the show finishes its seven season run with a lifetime total of 28 wins since the inception of the awards. Newcomer Transparent also performed strongly, winning three awards. …Read More »
The 2015 Critics’ Choice Television Awards are this Sunday and I have your rock solid predictions right here! Going into the evening HBO leads all networks with a whopping 27 nominations, FX is a distant second with 16. HBO’s Olive Kitteridge and FX’s Justified lead individual totals with 5 apiece. The awards, which are a creation of the Broadcast Television …Read More »