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Not only did Mad Men, the excellent Matthew Weir-produced drama about a 1960s New York Ad Agency, not win the Outstanding Drama Series Emmy, the series failed to win a single Emmy – 0-17. That caused a number of Twitter Trends, including “0-17” and the latest one which is just simply “Mad Men.” When it […]
If you were watching the 2012 Emmy Awards while in Oakland, California, and thinking “That’s an LA thing; there’s no connection to Oakland,” you’re totally wrong. The work of two Oaklanders – Tom Hanks and John Landgraf – was featured among victories by the producers of Homeland, Modern Family, and Game Change. If you’re thinking […]
The 2012 Emmy Awards is history, and the results are full of surprises, as well as many expected outcomes. Overall, Jimmy Kimmel was OK as host, but the bit about arresting his parents was not very funny at all. Homeland, Modern Family, and Game Change topped the list of winning series. But great programs like […]
To a much-deserved standing ovation, Michael J. Fox was given the honor of presenting the Emmy Award for the Outstanding Comedy Series. That went to Modern Family, which, with Homeland and Game Change, was the star of the evening. And with that, the 2012 Emmy Awards is history. Now it’s time to see what everyone […]
Massive congrats to Louis CK for collecting his second Emmy Award for his live performance “Louis CK: Live At The Beacon Theater,” backed by FX Networks and John Langraf. This marks Louis’ third Emmy Award and second this year.
Wow. Another shocker: Claire Daines wins Outstanding Actress In Drama Series for Homeland, beating out Elizabeth Moss of Mad Men, this blogger’s favorite. Homeland‘s making a statement in the 2012 Emmy Awards
Wow. Did not see Damien Lewis of Homeland coming. He just pissed off the Emmys by winning over Brian Cranston of Breaking Bad and Jon Hamm of Mad Men. That was a total upset. The Emmys audience looked like someone stole their lunch money.
Tim Van Patten got the Outstanding Directing In A Drama Series Emmy Award for Boardwalk Empire – and failed to show up! That is not cool, and it seems that even as the Emmys have righted their collective ship, nominees are STILL not showing up. Not cool.
The writing team of Homeland – Alex Gansa, Executive Producer Howard Gordon, Executive Producer Michael Cuesta, Executive Producer, Gideon Raff, Executive Producer, Avi Nir, Executive Producer – just got the Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing, Drama Series. If you’ve not seen Homeland, I do recommend you check it out.
Congrats to Tom Bergeron, the host of Dancing With The Stars, who earned the Best Reality TV Show Host For Dancing With The Stars. Tom’s awardis well-deserved, as he’s a hard working, steady-player. Tom thanked Congrad Green, the Executive Producer of Dancing With The Stars, who this blogger interviewed at CES 2011: Stay tuned.
Steven Levitan nails the third Emmy Award for Modern Family tonight, and for Best Director. You know, from here out, I’m just going to give blog summaries, like ever six award spots. Stay tuned.
On Twitter the Emmy Awards are beating out NBC’s Sunday Night Football, with the top three Twitter Trends being John Cryer, #Emmy2012, Jim Parsons
John Cryer just said “this is crazy” for a well-deserved Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Actor in Two-And-A-Half Men. He thanked producer Chuck Lorre, and should have thanked Charlie Sheen, who’s antics gave both Cryer and the show a level of visibility they would not have otherwise enjoyed. Stay tuned.
Once again, it’s Modern Family, and Julie Bowen winning for the second straight year.
The Outstanding Writing For Comedy Series Emmy Award goes to Louis CK for “Pregnant,” who thanked John Langraf, President Of FX, and member of Skyline High Class of 1980, with this blogger. Stay tuned.
Eric Stonestreet of Modern Family won the first Emmy Award of the evening for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy. Modern Family’s one of the series with the most nominations, so look out, and .. Stay tuned.
The Primetime Emmy Awards are just moments away, the Red Carpet’s moving along (more on the Twitter view soon), and Jon Hamm, this blogger’s upset pick for Outstanding Actor In A Drama, is the man of the moment, with his girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt. (Photo courtesy of Zimbio.) Stay tuned.
I still have a ton of Comic Con videos and content to post. This blogger is one person working to keep up with the flow of news, start a new company, travel for Mom, and live. So today, Sunday, when I should have my ass in Church for the victims of the Colorado Theater Shooting, […]
For some reason, the Emmy Awards website producers didn’t (I started to use the word “failed”) to post the 2011 Emmy Award winners list as one long go, that a blogger could copy and paste part of, and then link to. Instead, the Emmy Awards’ site has pages for each category as well as photos […]
The best thing about the Jane Lynch Emmy Awards 2011 Opening, other than Ms. Lynch herself (who I didn’t consider attractive on Glee, but off Glee, she’s not bad), was Leonard Nimoy as the President Of Television, who said “Jayne, you were the most logical person to host the Emmy Awards.” The other totally hilarious […]