Tag: Emmys

WHAT WILL, SHOULD, AND MIGHT WIN AT THE 2020 EMMYS

In spite of the tumultuous last half year, the current pandemic has done very little to derail the typical media storm leading up to the Primetime Emmy broadcast. Perhaps it’s the escapism we have been so desperate to cling onto in short bursts over the last six months, or maybe there really is nothing that…

WHY BROADCAST TV HAS FALLEN OUT OF FAVOR

While the Primetime Emmy’s do not mean everything (often getting notoriously snubbed can actually be better for PR and viewership, just ask The Wire or Orphan Black), they certainly are a good indication of clout. This year’s Emmy nominations saw a slew of pleasant surprises among many major series and acting categories, from Zendaya’s well-deserved Outstanding Lead…

THE SNUBS AND SURPRISES OF THE 2020 EMMY NOMINATIONS

In spite of the global game of Disaster Bingo this year has been, the 2020 Emmys are a go to air as planned on September 20th on ABC. The ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, saw its list of nominees announced early Tuesday morning, with many categories reflecting the new nominee selection rule changes announced earlier in…

MORNING TO NIGHT BEAUTY FEATURING KATHERYN WINNICK

Katheryn Winnick is kicking ass — literally. As Lagertha on The History Channel’s hit show, Vikings, she’s a warrior and reigning queen of Denmark. She’s also about to burn up the silver screen alongside Matthew McConaughey and Idris Elba in this summer’s blockbuster, The Dark Tower, opening August 4th. We took a moment to ask the…

WOMEN RAN THE 2015 EMMY AWARDS

It was a night to remember at this year's 67th Annual Emmy Awards. This year's awards ceremony was filled with emotional moments, laugh-out-loud moments, firsts, and all the glamour one could expect at a red carpet event.  Whether Emmy viewers were crying, laughing, or clapping with joy, one thing was clear: women dominated this year's…

2014 EMMYS: BREAKING BAD & MODERN FAMILY DOMINATE THE AWARDS

On Monday, August 25th, 2014, the Emmy Awards hosted their 66th annual ceremony celebrating American television at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. With Seth Meyers as the night’s host, our TV stars came out and posed on the red carpet, looking more fabulous than ever. Hilarious, entertaining, and fraught with industry jokes, Meyers made…

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