Fall television has arrived! While we’re all excited to see what new shows networks have made for us, it’s also time to look back at the past year and the shows that are competing for the golden statues at this year’s Emmy Awards.
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Season 3, Episodes 1-13 – It is impossible to dislike the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Season three has the same flaws as the previous two, with some jokes/storylines that are worth criticism and issues fitting cohesively into the binge format, but also the same positives with a great cast and a seemingly endless well of ideas.
Kimmy Schmidt is back, she’s got her GED, and she’s ready for the next step: College. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt starring Ellie Kemper and Titus Burgess released its season three trailer today and looks like it may be the comedy’s best yet!
Oscar-winning actor Adrien Brody has joined the cast of the BBC series Peaky Blinders and a Whedon alum has booked a three-episode arc on the CBS series Bull.
There were a few big surprise wins at last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, but politics were on the minds of those attending, as most speeches highlighted the events around the country following an executive order out of the White House.
While the debate continues over whether or not Deadpool will receive any Oscar love, The People’s Choice Awards is happy to show the actioner the love, as the film picked up wins for Favorite Action Movie and Favorite Movie Actor.
Sophia Bush and Common revealed the nominations for the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild Award and needless to say, they turned several heads. Current awards frontrunner La La Land failed to land a Best Ensemble nomination, while the television categories are dominated by newcomers Stranger Things, The Crown, and Westworld.
Last night, the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards handed out the top prizes to various categories in film and television, further heating up the awards race. Damien Chazelle’s musical breakout La La Land took top honors for film, while Game of Thrones and Silicon Valley nabbed the highest awards in the television race.
As we head into a season of indie films and critical darlings fighting for a few awards season nominations, the 2017 People’s Choice Awards has released their list of nominees, celebrating the big hits that gained pop culture notoriety over the past year.
Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 68th Primtime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday in a swiftly-paced event that saw plenty of perennial favorites take home statues, including Game of Thrones and Veep, as well as some first-time wins for stars Kate McKinnon, Rami Malek, and Tatiana Maslany. See the full list of winners from television’s biggest night.
This year’s nominations included the usual appearances from House Of Cards, Game Of Thrones, and Modern Family as well as attention for newcomers like Mr. Robot, The Night Manager, and Master Of None.
Kimmy Schmidt‘s second season is must see TV, full of hilarious one-liners, perfectly cast guest stars, and absurd visual gags, anchored by strong performances from the core cast of Ellie Kemper, Tituss Burgess, the incomparable Jane Krakowski, and an amazing Carol Kane.
A woman is rescued from a doomsday cult and starts life over again in New York City.
After living in a cult for fifteen years, Kimmy decides to reclaim her life and start over in New York City. Armed with just a backpack, light-up sneakers, and a couple of way-past-due library books, she’s ready to take on a world she didn’t even think existed anymore.
The Screen Actors Guild held its 22nd annual ceremony on Saturday, honoring the best performances in film and television from 2015. See the complete list of the night’s big winners.
The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations were announced on Wednesday, with Trumbo, House of Cards and Mad Men making strong showings. The SAG Awards will be held on January 30th.
From “30 Rock” executive producers, Tina Fey and Robert Carlock comes this hilarious new comedy series starring Ellie Kemper (“The Office,” “Bridesmaids”) as a woman who is rescued from a doomsday cult and starts life over as a nanny for an Upper East Side socialite (Jane Krakowski from “30 Rock”) in New York City. Armed with just a backpack, light-up sneakers and a couple way-past-due library books, she takes on a world she didn’t think even existed anymore
A round-up of the week’s TV News!