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    Emmys 2016: Final Predictions Before Nominations on Thursday

    The Emmy nominations will be announced tomorrow morning at 11:30 am Eastern Time by Anthony Anderson and Lauren Graham.  We should expect a bunch of surprises and down below, you can see the final Emmy Predictions. Expect to see a lot of HBO shows, as well as big names both included and omitted. Click through […] More

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    TV: Can one scene get Jeffrey Dean Morgan an Emmy for ‘The Walking Dead’?

    Fans of “The Walking Dead” are probably still wrestling with worry over one of the most talked about cliffhangers in recent TV history. Season six’s vexing finale saw the obfuscated onset of someone’s death. Whose fate was sealed by Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) an unhinged sadist and his spike garnished bat Lucille? We won’t know […] More

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    TV: ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ and Ellie Kemper’s Time with the Emmys Has Come

    The first season of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” made strides for its depiction of post-trauma life, allowing its protagonist to be the symbol of hope, positivity and, yes, even laughter. The second season of the Netflix show reunites viewers with the contagiously affable Kimmy (Ellie Kemper), a young woman who restarts her life in New York […] More

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    TV: 10 Shows We Hope Aren’t Ignored by the Emmys

    Like any award season, there are many shows that will wake up on Emmy morning without any nominations. Viewer’s time is split between so many shows, it’s hard to get to everything in the TV landscape. With that in mind, I’m running down 10 shows that I hope the Emmys won’t miss out on. Before we get started, I’m […] More

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    TV: ‘People v. O.J. Simpson’ Set to Sweep the Emmys and More

      “The People V. O.J. Simpson” was an unprecedented scandalous case in the mid-‘90s, it had the right combination of famous faces, luridness, conspiracy theories and tragedy to glue people from all over the world to their televisions as they watched the high-profile courtroom drama unfold like a soap opera. FX’s first season in its […] More

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    TV: Could ‘Better Call Saul’ Rule the Emmys This Year?

    The sophomore season of “Better Call Saul” proved that the “Breaking Bad” spin-off was just as watch-worthy as its predecessor, bringing much of the celebrated laconic dialogue, tongue-in-cheek humor and meditative pacing of the latter show to help build the origin story to TV’s most entertaining and affable crooked lawyer. Piggy-backing off the success of […] More

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    2016 Emmy Consideration: USA Network’s ‘Mr. Robot’ and Rami Malek

    Last summer’s TV critical-darling “Mr. Robot” could not have come at a more auspicious time for USA, considering the network has experienced an Emmy drought for the last two years. It owes much to series creator and executive-producer Sam Esmail who has circumvented the network’s humdrum of procedural comedies and syndication of investigative shows and […] More

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    Emmys 2016: Can ABC’s ‘Black-ish’ make it into the Comedy Series race?

    While delivering a strong first season last year, no one was quite ready for how simultaneously hilarious and relevant Black-ish would become in its second season. The ABC sitcom is a spin on the traditional family sitcom. Dre Johnson (Anthony Anderson) is a successful marketing executive whose family lives in a nice suburb and has […] More