These 25 Performers Have Been Snubbed By the Emmys More Than Any Other Actors!

Fair warning: When you watch the 73rd annual Emmy Awards (Sept. 19 on CBS), prepare for some of your favorite stars to go home empty-handed—again. That’s because the show remains a tough competition for even the most established TV actors and actresses. “It’s frustrating,” says TV Guide senior critic Matt Roush. “Some people do their best work and yet just don’t get in the winner’s circle.” The reasons vary, from rotten timing (“Imagine going against Julia Louis-Dreyfus every year,” says Roush) to being on the “wrong” network—one without the clout to swing big votes—or on a traditional broadcast platform in the age of powerhouse streaming services like Netflix and Amazon.
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Greg Nicotero On Season 3 Of Shudder’s “Creepshow,” The Show’s Production Process & Working With Chuck Norris

The “most wonderful time of the year” for Shudder kicked off earlier this month with its “61 Days of Halloween” annual event, as featuring a slate of weekly new movie premieres and original series debuts. This includes a new Halloween special with Joe Bob Briggs (and more specials to be announced), horror film favorites (e.g. Brian De Palma’s Carrie, Tobe Hooper’s Poltergeist, a new edition of Shudder’s beloved “Ghoul Log,” and the return of Shudder’s Halloween Hotline, where members can receive live, personalized movie recommendations from Shudder’s head curator Samuel Zimmerman.

Review: Is HBO Max Worth the $14.99 Price of Admission?

Streaming services are now the official default entertainment medium, and we’re not mad about it. Instead of mindlessly scrolling through cable channels in the hopes that the Friends rerun on TBS is one of the good episodes, we can pinpoint exactly what we want and stream it anytime from any device. Like anything successful in the public marketplace, there are now a gazillion options for streaming services you can subscribe to, each of which requires you to cough up anywhere between $6-$15 a month to access their content.

The Crown should win big at the Emmys. But could there be a shock upset?

Sunday's Emmys will almost certainly be a big night for Netflix and Apple. But will the show go the way pundits expect?. The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards will be held on Sunday, and awards experts almost universally agree that Outstanding Drama Series will go to Netflix's The Crown, while Outstanding Comedy Series appears to be a lock for Apple's Ted Lasso. But the Emmys have brought us plenty of shock upsets before, including Fleabag's surprise 2019 victory over Veep. So is it possible one of these dominant frontrunners could actually lose?

Women’s Museum of California Stages Virtual 8th Annual San Diego Women’s Film Festival Sept. 17-26

Twenty-two Curated Films on Topics of Abortion, Kid Gender Politics, Borderline Personality Disorder, Bride Kidnapping, Miscarriage, Seniors, More. San Diego CA— The Women’s Museum of California is hosting its 8th Annual San Diego Women’s Film Festival on Sept. 17-26, with 22 curated films by female filmmakers for livestreaming. Virtual passes to screen all films online are $15, with individual films priced at $5 each.

Pete Hammond’s Emmy Predictions 2021: Outstanding Comedy Series – Following ‘Maisel’, ‘Fleabag’, ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Yet Another First Time Winner Guaranteed

In the past, Emmy voters tended to like one show and then let it repeat for several seasons as the champ in the Comedy Series category. Until very recently, just three series enjoyed multiple runs at the gold: there were three wins in a row for 30 Rock, followed by five wins in a row for Modern Family, then three wins in a row for Veep. However, in recent Emmy Awards the winner in this category has gone to three different shows in as many years: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2018), Fleabag (2019), and Schitt’s Creek (2020). In all those cases...

Chris Pratt Is Re-Teaming With A Tomorrow War Co-Star For Another Project

2022 is set to be a big year for Chris Pratt, as he’s reprising Star-Lord and Owen Grady in Thor: Love and Thunder and Jurassic World: Dominion, respectively. This year, however, Pratt has left his mark on the film front by starring in Amazon’s The Tomorrow War, and one of his costars on the sci-fi movie was Veep’s Sam Richardson. Now word’s come in that these two will be re-teaming for another action-packed movie, although this one will have a comedic twist.

Meet the Voice Cast of Paramount+'s The Harper House

There's a new animated comedy on the block, and it features some familiar voices. Created by Brad Neely (China, IL) and produced by the animation company behind Big Mouth, The Harper House centers on a family of oddballs that moves into their inherited (and maybe haunted) Victorian when their mother loses her job. Who’s playing whom in Paramount+’s latest foray into adult animation? Read on:

The 9 Best 'Veep' Guest Stars, Ranked

The HBO comedy series Veep, created by Armando Iannucci, was a critical success for several reasons. Front and center of the series is comedic genius Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who plays the titular role of Vice President Selina Meyer. Selina quickly learns that there’s a lot more dirty work and not nearly as much glamor involved in her pretigious role. She barely has a relationship with the President (who the audience never meets) and she spends most of her time navigating the gross underbelly of politics with her tightly-wound staff, including Amy Brookheimer (Anna Chlumsky), Dan Egan (Reid Scott), Gary Walsh (Tony Hale), Kent Davison (Gary Cole), Ben Cafferty (Kevin Dunn), and Mike McLintock (Matt Walsh).
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Milley’s Sept. 28 testimony will be must-see TV

Welcome to the Daily 202! Tell your friends to sign up here. On this day in 1959, Nikita Khruschev became the first Soviet head of state to visit the United States. Khruschev arrived at what was then called Andrews Air Force Base, home to Air Force One. President Dwight D. Eisenhower hosted him for a state dinner at the White House not quite two weeks later.

An Upcoming Marvel Movie Just Barely Avoided An R-Rating

Certain characters attract a particular rating for the superhero genre. Introducing Woody Harrelson (Zombieland: Double Tap) as Carnage in Venom 2 made fans hope for a rated R movie as reports came in about the more adult rating for future installments. Unfortunately for some people, it will follow its predecessor from 2018 and be PG-13. Despite that disappointing rating, director Andy Serkis (Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle) weighed in about the controversial decision.