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    Top 10: Television Shows Based On Films

    There are times when it feels like modern entertainment is a cycle of remaking the same stories on film and television, alternating back and forth for eternity. But that doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing. Under the right circumstances, television shows that are based on films can be so good that viewers actually […] More

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    Six Circuit: Don’t Cry For The Snubbed 1996 Lead Actress That Missed – But Who Was It?

    Welcome to the forty-second entry in our Six Circuit series. As we’ve noticed after last week’s nominations, the Oscars often make the wrong decisions. However, sometimes they assemble categories that feature adventurous, offbeat and genuinely thrilling performances. The 1996 Lead Actress category comes stacked with talent in movies the Oscars might normally ignore. This year […] More

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    75th Golden Globes: Stories of Resilient Women Take Center Stage

    The 75th Golden Globes has officially announced their winners for the best in film and television in 2017. Throughout the night, stories of strong, resilient women were repeatedly honored, with “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” earning Golden Globes for best picture (drama), best actress in a film (Frances McDormand), best supporting actor (Sam Rockwell) and […] More

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    MGM Television Collects Record Number of Golden Globe Nominations for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ and ‘Fargo’

    Today caps off a banner year for MGM Television as the studio raked in a record six Golden Globe nominations for their shows “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Fargo.” Mark Burnett, President of Group & Digital at MGM, released a statement on the nominations, saying: “We could not be more proud of everyone at MGM Television for […] More

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    Emmy Episode Analysis: Who Wins In Wide Open Series Races?

    It’s finally here, the weekend of the Emmys ceremony. The Creative Arts Emmys doled out their awards this past weekend. This helps give us a picture of where the overall ceremony may go. This year looks very exciting, as many of the top series categories are anywhere but sewn up. In fact, Drama Series features […] More

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    Emmy Episode Analysis: Can Donald Glover Halt Jeffrey Tambor’s Streak?

    The emergence of “The Sopranos” ushered in a whole era of anti-heroes as male protagonists. The remnants of that era persists in the drama field this year. However, new blood – particularly from “This Is Us” and “Atlanta” – are taking a different approach. Yet, these compelling narratives from the past have encouraged more movie […] More

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    Emmy Episode Analysis: Will Movie Actresses Dominate at The Emmys?

    Countless film actresses have moved to television to chase the great storytelling and characters people invite in their homes on a weekly basis. Look no further than the three lead actress races at the Emmys to illustrate this. In fact, six Oscar winners have turned up in this category. Will any of these ladies add […] More

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    Emmy Episode Analysis: Will the Emmys Reward an Oscar Episode for Directing?

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, Emmy season. To prepare for TV’s biggest night (not looking at you, SuperBowl), we are going to dive into each of the major categories. Each acting, writing or directing nominee must submit one episode to be judged on. For series nominations, the series submits six episodes to […] More

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    2017 ACCA TV Nominees: ‘FEUD’ Leads Series, HBO Leads the Networks

    NEW YORK (August 5th, 2017) – Today Awards Circuit announced its nominees for the 2017 Awards Circuit Community Awards for Television. The awards are voted on by Awards Circuit’s community of readers from all over the world. Ryan Murphy’s period drama, “FEUD: Bette and Joan,” led the nomination count with 10 nominations. The series is about the […] More

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    Emmy Episode Analysis: Will All Writing Categories Reward New Shows?

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year, Emmy season. To prepare for TV’s biggest night (not looking at you, SuperBowl), we are going to dive into each of the major categories. Each acting, writing or directing nominee must submit one episode to be judged on. For series nominations, the series submits six episodes to […] More

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