It’s a foregone conclusion that Julia Louis-Dreyfus will be nominated for Veep. And, if Emmy voters don’t get on board with Ellie Kemper in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, then they’re insane. Amy Poehler should get love thrown her way for her … Continue reading For Your Consideration: Best Actor/Actress In A Comedy
Oh, definitely Jon Hamm for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. And how could the Emmy voters pass on Mel Brooks for The Comedians? There’s always some SNL hosts in the mix, and Louie CK and Bill Hader could be in the mix. … Continue reading For Your Consideration: Comedy Guest Actor/Actress
I remember when Hulu was supposed to save Happy Endings, so I’m not holding my breath. However, FOX recently informed third season comedy The Mindy Project that it would not be getting a fourth season. Rumors immediately swirled that the … Continue reading FOX Cancels ‘Mindy’, Will Hulu Save It?
Lets see how many of these I can get right. American Idol- FOX is gonna stick with this at least another season. It’s down, sure, but it’s not out. Backstrom- FOX loves the shows creator, but ratings aren’t strong enough. … Continue reading My Bubble Show Predictions
NBC has some good news! Marry Me debuted to 7.8M and 2.3 in the demo, NBC’s best comedy debut of the season. It helped bring About A Boy’s return up (6.2M/ 1.8), but Chicago Fire was down a bit (7.2M/2.0). … Continue reading ‘Marry Me’ Premieres Big
Selfie premiered on Tuesday to a disappointing 4.9M and 1.4 in the demo. Following that was Manhattan Love Story with an even more disappointing 4.3M and a 1.3 in the demo. This poor performance affected the whole night, as Agents … Continue reading ABC’s Tuesday Night Disappoints, CBS and NBC do OK
NCIS New Orleans kicked off what is sure to be a long run on TV with 17.1 million viewers last night and a 2.5 rating in the demo. It was the lead out for NCIS, which managed 18 million and … Continue reading ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Is A Hit
I know many of you are looking at the fall TV season… wondering if any of these new shows will be good… which ones will be cancelled, and this mini-guide is here to help. First of all, you can go … Continue reading Fall TV Is Almost Here…. Can I Catch Up?
EW’s Top 25 Best Character List is a bit suspect. I would say the 10 best characters they mention are: 1) Arya Stark- Game Of Thrones 2) Ron Swanson- Parks and Recreation 3) Sterling Archer- Archer 4) Mellie Grant- Scandal … Continue reading EW Picks The Top 25 Best Characters, I Pick 10
Aaron Ashmore (Warehouse 13) and Luke Macfarlane (Brothers and Sisters) are set to topline the new SyFy original series Killjoys, a new drama set in space. Killjoys is targeting a 2015 premiere. Lynn Collins (Wolverine) has been tapped to recur … Continue reading TV Casting: Lancaster, Perlman, Collins, Ashmore, & More
Always a much harder category to predict, the guest categories should include some interesting results. Bob Newhart for The Big Bang Theory is a sure thing. James Earl Jones might also follow him for The Big Bang Theory. Carl Reiner … Continue reading EMMY WATCH: Best Guest Actor/Actress In A Comedy
Well, in an impossible to predict frontrunner status, some combination of the Modern Family team will inevitably get nominations. Ty Burrell, Ed O’Neill, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Eric Stonestreet. They should get 2-3 nominations out of that group. Another frontrunner … Continue reading EMMY WATCH: Best Supporting Actor In A Comedy
Since we just looked at Best Actor, it’s now time to look at Best Actress in a Comedy. Definitely bet on Julia Louis-Dreyfus getting another nomination for Veep. Amy Poehler is a lock for Parks and Recreation. Taylor Schilling should … Continue reading EMMY WATCH: Best Actress In A Comedy
Yesterday, I posted about the Best Comedy race, and now it’s time to start looking at their casts. It’s money in the bank that Jim Parsons will be nominated for his work on The Big Bang Theory. Also, Louie CK … Continue reading EMMY WATCH: Best Actor In A Comedy
It’s starting into Emmy season, and people are plugging their favorites left and right. For some, that means launching Emmy campaigns for sure-fire contenders, like The Big Bang Theory, and for others it means hoping on a wing and a … Continue reading EMMY WATCH: The Comedy Series Race