Obvious Walking Dead spoilers. I waited a few days for this, just to give everyone some time to watch the finale. I feel like, by now, you have either seen the finale for The Walking Dead, or you had it … Continue reading Who Should Negan Kill?
Yesterday, I discussed the Comedy series I watched in 2015. Here, my picks for Best Drama Series. Remember, I’m only listing the shows I watched in 2015. There are plenty of great shows that I didn’t see in 2015. This … Continue reading 2015 In Review: Drama TV Series
It’s my last For Your Consideration before the nominations are announced next week. The ballots have already been sent in, but I think it’s still important to run down the shows Emmy voters are bound to ignore. The biggest contenders … Continue reading For Your Consideration: Best Drama Series
Another really tight category. It’s pretty certain that Jon Hamm is going to get a nomination for Mad Men’s final season. He’s got a bunch of newbies that are circling the category for the first time. Bob Odenkirk for Better … Continue reading For Your Consideration: Best Actor In A Drama
The question here is will Orange Is The New Black make a big impact now that its competing as a drama. Favorite Uzo Aduba is definitely in the running, but Lorraine Toussaint should also be considered a strong contender. Also, … Continue reading For Your Consideration: Best Supporting Actress in a Drama
Not shocking. At all. FX has renewed their ratings juggernaut American Horror Story, while AMC renews their ratings juggernaut The Walking Dead. The AMC pickup actually happened BEFORE the show premiered, whereas FX picked up Ryan Murphy’s anthology series after … Continue reading FX Renews ‘American Horror Story’, AMC Renews ‘Walking Dead’
Although the timeslot wars don’t officially start until next Sunday, the 28th, it’s important to note that NBC’s lineup won’t change (they’re sticking with football), and CBS launches their lineup this Sunday. 8PM: Once Upon A Time vs Madam Secretary … Continue reading TIMESLOT WARS: Sunday
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?
Sept 1st: Californication, Seasons 1-7 Sept 1st- Cool Runnings Sept 1st- A Simple Plan Sept 1st- Crocodile Dundee Sept 1st- Detention Sept 1st- Flubber Sept 1st- Girl Rising Sept 1st- Girlfight Sept 1st- Good Morning Vietnam Sept 1st- Guess Who … Continue reading New To Netflix For September
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
First off, congratulations to Laverne Cox for being the first transgendered actress to be nominated for an Emmy. I did a little bit of research, but I believe she’s the first transgendered actress to be nominated for the top award … Continue reading My Reaction To The Emmy Nominations (With Some Snubs)
Emmy Watch continues. Anna Gunn is a lock for Breaking Bad. Christine Baranski is a safe bet for The Good Wife. Maggie Smith has a better shot than the rest of her Downton Abbey cohorts this season (including Joanne Froggatt). … Continue reading EMMY WATCH: Best Supporting Actress In A Drama
Peter Dinklage, who has won this category before, has been making a very strong case for himself again this season on Game Of Thrones. I’d expect to hear his name called. Additionally, this is the last time to nominate Josh … Continue reading EMMY WATCH: Best Supporting Actor In A Drama
OUTSTANDING DRAMA SERIES: Breaking Bad Downton Abbey Game Of Thrones Homeland House Of Cards Mad Men I predicted that FX’s The Americans would sneak in over Downton Abbey, but the Emmy love for Downton Abbey knows no bounds apparently. OUTSTANDING … Continue reading And The Emmy Nominees Are…
I couldn’t narrow the category to five. So we have six again. Only the second time though. 1) Freddie Highmore, Bates Motel Is he too young? Technically, he’s the lead. I think , he’s trying to go for supporting, figuring … Continue reading Emmy Wish List: Best Supporting Actor in a Drama