‘Crip Camp’ Director James LeBrecht Claims CBS & Television Academy Deceived Him on Emmy Ramp

There’s been a process of catching up when it comes to the industry and those with disabilities. Despite 1 in 4 people having a disability in the United States, disability representation in Hollywood remains abysmal and it’s often reflected in the complete dearth of disabled narratives, actors, and creators making the rounds of awards shows. […]

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‘The Underground Railroad’ Shut Out at the Emmys, as TV Academy Snubs Barry Jenkins’ Masterpiece

“The Underground Railroad” has been shut out of the 2021 Emmy Awards. After receiving seven nominations, including recognition for showrunner Barry Jenkins (Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series) and the series overall (Outstanding Limited Series), the Amazon Prime Video original lost all seven categories over two weekends of Emmy presentations. Competition was fierce, among limited […]

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‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Wins the Best Limited Series Emmy — the First Streaming Series to Top the Category

At the time of last year’s Emmys ceremony, a seven-episode literary adaptation about the tumultuous life of a fictional chess prodigy might not have been an obvious awards mainstay. Yet, after a year when “The Queen’s Gambit” never really waned in its quest for TV’s highest prize, the Netflix show finished its calendar-spanning run by […]

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‘The Crown’ Wins Best Drama Series at the Primetime Emmys

“The Crown” has long been a favorite of awards season voters since it premiered on Netflix in 2016, but the show achieved a new milestone on Sunday evening when Television Academy voters awarded the show the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series. “The Crown” beat out Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys,” HBO’s “Lovecraft Country,” […]

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‘Ted Lasso’ Wins Best Comedy Series at the Primetime Emmys

Everyone’s favorite mustachioed coach has just secured the Emmy for Best Comedy Series. “Ted Lasso” walked away with the prize many, including IndieWire’s own Ben Travers, said was the Apple TV+ series’ to lose. “Ted Lasso” has been both a critics and audience darling since last year’s premiere, and based on its turnout at this […]

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Olivia Colman Wins Emmy for ‘The Crown’ as Best Actress in a Drama Series

“The Crown” star Olivia Colman secured her first Emmy on Sunday evening when the Television Academy awarded her the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Colman portrayed Queen Elizabeth II in the third and fourth seasons of the Netflix drama series. She was in competition with Uzo Abuda (“In Treatment”), […]

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Kate Winslet Wins Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for ‘Mare of Easttown’

“Mare of Easttown” continued to make Sunday night’s Emmys interesting, with star Kate Winslet taking home the award for Outstanding Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie. Though “The Queen’s Gambit” was the closest thing to an opening weekend slam dunk at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards, Winslet outpaced frontrunner Anya Taylor-Joy. And, […]

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The Walking Dead Recap: A Tale of Three Cities

There’s a stark contrast between the three settlements where most of the action takes place: the burned-out abandoned wreckage of Hilltop, the still-vulnerable Alexandria, and the impregnable, utopian Commonwealth, which looks plucked out of a 1950s Hollywood film and plopped down in the middle o… More » …read more Source:: Vulture       

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Jean Smart Wins Emmy for ‘Hacks’ as Best Actress in a Comedy Series

Jean Smart’s performance as a legendary stand-up comic in HBO Max’s “Hacks” made for one of 2021’s best television characters. That’s a sentiment that was widely shared by Television Academy voters, who awarded the actress the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series on Sunday evening. Smart competed with Aidy Byrant […]

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Power Book III: Raising Kanan Recap: Like Mother, Like Son

In case you haven’t noticed, we are officially at war! Well, not you and I exactly, but Unique’s and Raq’s crews continue to retaliate against each other, and all bets are off this time! Episode nine opens up with a vivid visual reminder of what recently occurred. Marvin’s car is riddled with bul… More » […]

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The Oscar Race Gets Clearer After the Toronto International Film Festival

No question there’s more to learn from a live film festival than a virtual one. In 2021, live Cannes and Telluride events provided scads of intel on how movies played for audiences and media. Participants were on solid ground. You feel it in a room when a movie plays, from Cannes Palme d’Or-winner “Titane” to […]

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Disney Owned 60 Percent of the Weekend Box Office as ‘Shang-Chi’ Broke a Record

If you seek evidence that theaters are well on the way to recovery, look no further than Disney’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and “Free Guy.” They continue to thrive, while Warner Bros.’ “Dune” opened well in its initial foreign territories. If you suspect that exhibition issues abound, this weekend saw three […]

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Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2021 line up and spoilers from next episode

The post Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2021 line up and spoilers from next episode appeared first on TellyMix. SAS: Who Dares Wins is back on TV with a new celebrity series – here’s all you need to know. A third special Celebrity series of SAS: Who Dares Wins is currently airing on Channel 4. […]

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