This weekend, ahead of next week’s 68th Emmy Awards, marked the annual Creative Arts Emmys. While you can watch the edited version on FXX on the 17th, we’ve already got your complete list of winners here!
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The Television Critics Association held their 32nd awards show this weekend, where The People V. OJ Simpson continued their awards success. They entered the event tied with Mr. Robot for the most nominations.
One of the best parts of The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (besides everything) are the varied and entertaining musical numbers. Now take a look behind the scenes of some of the best musical moments from Season 1!
Rebecca’s relationships are all tried and tested in a strong episode of Crazy Ex Girlfriend to close out the first season.
Can Rebecca admit she has the feels for Greg? Can Greg stop being such a commitment-phobe? Who knows. The most important question to ask after this week’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is if Rebecca and Paul are the new Lucy and Ethel.
The moment most of us were anticipating finally happened, Rebecca finally admits to Josh, she has, no wait, had feelings for him.
Last week’s episode ended with Rebecca running into her therapist, Dr. Akopian. And though they were both wanting to get away and not deal with any problems back home, this coincidence soon became a blessing in disguise.
How do you follow up last week’s kiss? Turns out, it was a pretty hard task. Of course Rebecca was on Cloud 9, but Josh might as well have been in Darryl’s shoes questioning what a kiss really means.
Rebecca and Josh head to Los Angeles to work on their case, sounds so official. A real case, imagine that! They not only work on legalities and a class action suit, but also on issues from their personal lives and feelings that have been brushed under the rug.
Josh and I go to camp, Josh and I like the same things, Josh and I live in West Covina….and this week, Josh and I work on a case together. If you hadn’t yet noticed, this isn’t the show, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. It’s the Josh and I will dominate the title, show and it’s great.
As Crazy Ex Girlfriend clearly indicates in this episode’s title, “that text was not meant for Josh.” Rebecca has a problem and the anticipation of what would follow only grows from there. Will more truths continue to unravel? One could only hope!
Paula’s back…and I like it! She was adulting too much, responsibility and sensibility doesn’t really suit her. Instigating and pushing psychotic ideas into Rebecca’s head is more like it.
There are some people that need craziness in their life to feel a bit of excitement. If Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on Monday nights was what you were missing, fear no more. Golden Globe winner, Rachel Bloom is back! Rebecca and the gang get in to some weird situations as they all plan a beach day which is no surprise anything less than unconventional.
Rebecca and Greg deal with their “mommy issues” in last night’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, while neighbor Heather may be getting in the way of #TeamGreg.
If you’re getting advice from your best friend who describes and compares her relationship to The Walking Dead and describes it as just trying to make it out alive, chances are he or she are probably not thriving in the romance department.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend took a different turn this week, a good turn I’d say. Was it full of crazy impulses and obsession, sure. But it also incorporated some family holiday wholesomeness.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend took a bit of a left turn this week. I find it difficult to pick up the show at random different spots every week. Sure, it’s spontaneous, but it’s also a bit confusing trying to remember where the show left off the previous week.
#TeamJosh! #TeamGreg! It seems as though the show is slowly transitioning from an adult comedy/musical to a Stephenie Meyer sequel to Twilight, week after week. Don’t be mistaken though, it’s neither the above, nor a soap opera. It’s just twisted in the best possible way.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is far from predictable. Every week is full of randomness. The thing is that most (normal) girls would be afraid to do and say some of the things Rebecca does. Rebecca dares to be different and pushes the envelope.
Rebecca continues to obsess over why Josh asked her to have dinner yet hasn’t made plans, so what gives? The new object of her obsession changes over night, literally.
We’ve all heard the phrase, ‘ love makes you do crazy things,’ so it’s no surprise that the first few minutes of the show opens with Rebecca not only leaving New York to move three thousand miles across country, but also walk out on a promotion.
The “Amazing Spider-Man” helmer moves to the small screen.