FX’s freshman drama American Horror Story is stealing a page from the Downton Abbey playbook by submitting itself in the miniseries category for this year’s Emmy race.
The network announced Friday that while the horror drama from Ryan Murphy and Brad Fulchuk can compete in the drama category, it will vie for the gold in the category that is typically populated by miniseries… Continue reading ‘American Horror Story’ will compete in Emmys miniseries category
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Every year, when watching the Emmys, is there a point where you find yourself overwhelmed by feelings of déjà vu? It’s understandable if you do. After all, since 2007, the Outstanding Reality Competition Program has nominated the same five series — The Amazing Race, American Idol, Dancing With the Stars, Project Runway, and Top Chef – each and every… Continue reading Outstanding Reality Competition Series: Why it’s Emmys’ most predictable category
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today it is adding a twist to the Best Picture race:
The governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences voted on Tuesday (6/14) to add a new twist to the 2011 Best Picture competition, and a new element of surprise to its annual nominations announcement. The Board voted to institute a system that will now produce anywhere between… Continue reading Oscars Adds a New Twist to the Best Picture Category
Al Bundy just had a “Kanye Moment.” Veteran sitcom star Ed O’Neil believes Glee’s Jane Lynch didn’t deserve the Best Actress in a Comedy Emmy she took home earlier this year for her side-splitting portrayal of Cheerios cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester, TVGuide.ca reported Monday The Modern Family star minced no words when speaking to a [...] Continue reading Ed O’Neil: “Jane Lynch Didn’t Deserve Emmy For Sue Sylvester Role”