Emmy Awards

25 Best Writing Emmy Winners You Can Stream Now

The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards will air this coming Monday, August 25. The ceremony will celebrate the best of the best in television, including handing out awards for writing. This year, the drama and comedy writing categories are brimming with amazing episodes from Breaking Bad, True Detective, Veep, Orange Is the New Black, and more. The writing categories have a long history of awarding tremendous episodes of television in both genres — and, thanks to the Internet, you can now watch most of them online. Here are 25 of the best winners, with links so you can stream them… Read More

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This Week’s Top 5 TV Moments: Werewolf Down!

There are scores of TV shows out there, with dozens of new episodes each week, not to mention everything you can find on Hulu Plus, Netflix streaming, and HBO Go. How’s a viewer to keep up? To help you sort through all that television has to offer, Flavorwire is compiling the five best moments on TV each week. This round, Emmy nominations infuriate thousands, while Pretty Little Liars celebrates a milestone. … Read More

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In Defense of the Emmys’ Cory Monteith “In Memoriam” Montage

Nothing can be said to be certain when it comes to award shows except for one thing: the “In Memoriam” montage. It’s a somber note compared to the industry back-patting we enjoy hate-watching so much, and it’s usually paired with a performance of some sad song. And while the montages are never outwardly political, there is the common fact that some dead famous people get more applause than others. The quest for popularity doesn’t end in the afterlife. At last night’s mess of an Emmy Awards ceremony, we were treated to five bonus montages in addition to the usual one, each dedicated to a television luminary and each representing various levels of fame and experience. Unsurprisingly, it has caused some controversy that one was dedicated to the very young Cory Monteith. … Read More

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Jimmy Kimmel Is Hosting This Year's Emmys

ABC has announced that late-night host Jimmy Kimmel will host the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, which take place September 23rd at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, news that we think bodes extremely well for the sometimes boring show — especially if he can find a way to work in some disappointed children… Read More

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10 of the Oddest Emmy Nominees of All Time

Earlier this morning the Primetime Emmy nominations were announced, and the internet is abuzz over who deserved recognition and who was outrageously snubbed. If there’s remotely the same kind of interest in the nominations as there has been in years past, then TV fans and critics are already having a field day. But before we weigh-in on what we think of this year’s crop, let’s take a look at some of the oddest nominees in Emmy history. … Read More

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Jane Lynch’s 25 Funniest Zingers as Sue Sylvester

It’s official! According to Entertainment Weekly, Jane Lynch will be hosting this year’s Emmy Awards on September 18th. Her official statement in response to the news (“I am tickled pink to be hosting the Primetime Emmys. I’m looking forward to singing, dancing and sporting my finest tracksuit”) reminds us a bit of something her on-screen alter ego Sue Sylvester would say. Which makes sense — while Lynch has made a career out of playing quirky characters in films like The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Best in Show, and other TV shows, like Party Down, it’s arguably the multiple award-winning role of McKinley High’s masochistic cheerleading coach that made her into a household name. That’s why in celebration of the good news, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Sue Sylvester zingers after the jump. Be sure to add any that we’ve missed in the comments! … Read More

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The Morning’s Top 5 Pop Culture Stories

1. Susan Boyle’s now infamous TV audition — her performance of “I Dreamed A Dream” on Britain’s Got Talent — was auto-tuned. [via 9 News]
2. For reasons unknown Mission: Impossible 4 will not be called Mission: Impossible 4. And it won’t pick up where Mission: Impossible 3 ended. [via The… Read More

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The Morning’s Top 5 Pop Culture Stories

1. In case you’re the kind of Mad Men fan who cares for such details, Don Draper’s bachelor pad — 104 Waverly Place, Apartment 3B, just off Washington Square Park — does not in fact exist. There, we saved you the ridicule of NYU students. [via Vulture]
2. Watch the music video… Read More

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Video of the Day: The Return of Dr. Horrible

While last night’s Emmy Awards might have been short on surprises (unless you count Toni Collette’s win for lead actress in a comedy — did you see Sarah Silverman’s face?), there was one moment of the night that excited us to no end: The return of Neil Patrick Harris’ Dr. Horrible character in a new skit. (For the uninitiated, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog was an online musical created by Joss Whedon last fall.) Check it out after the jump.… Read More

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