As a huge TV buff, I had absolutely no problem with this year’s nominations. Everyone who was given an Emmy nod was rightly deserving of such. However, when it came to the winners, well, that’s a different story.
In the spirit of ‘Breaking Bad’ finally (!) winning Best Drama, all the Emmy voters took meth before they cast their ballots.
Tatiana Maslany once murdered a man by pretending she was a gun.
“Hush” was a reaction to criticism that ‘Buffy’ relied too heavily on snappy dialogue. And man, what a reaction it was. Suck on that, critics.
Even adults will get sucked into Jenna’s social foibles, as Ashley Rickards does an exceptional job of making her lessons feel universal.
He’s magnetic to watch and he’s a good-looking guy on any metric. Give him a role where he’s the love interest or hell, even where he’s just a normal guy whose height isn’t mentioned.
The year is 1914. The location, outer space. Tensions are running high between Mars-tria and Germoony. The United Asteroid Belt of America tries to remain neutral, but the murder of Spaceduke Franz Ferdinand touches off an intergalactic conflict that involves all corners of the galaxy.
Forbes reported on Sunday that in the very near future there may be unmarked white government vans that drive around cities taking pictures with technology that sees through walls and cars and peoples’ clothes…
The Emmys have a problem. Well actually, they have a bunch of problems: long, boring, out of touch with what people are actually watching…but none of that is new. The TV awards’ most recent problem is cable – and more specifically, everything on cable being too damn good. Let me explain…