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What’s Leaving Netflix in October 2022

Just as a new month brings new titles to Netflix, it also means that some titles will have to depart the service and that’s exactly the case this October. Perhaps the most noteworthy titles bidding farewell are the fan-favorite Emmy-winning comedy series Schitt’s Creek which will be migrating over to Hulu the day after, and […]

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Emmy Predictions: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Last Year’s Winner: Hannah Waddingham, “Ted Lasso”Still Eligible: Yes.Hot Streak: “Schitt’s Creek” star Annie Murphy ended a run of actresses winning in this category in back-to-back two-year win streaks. Interestingly enough, while the “Ted Lasso” star certainly has a chance of bringing that back, two former winners from that run, Alex Borstein (“The Marvelous Mrs. […]

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Big Door Prize Has The Good Taste To Cast Chris O’Dowd As A Comedy Lead

Apple TV+ has cast the lead for its next comedy series, and it’s none other than the great Chris O’Dowd. O’Dowd, who can be seen in everything from “The It Crowd” to “Bridesmaids” to the Emmy-nominated “State of the Union,” will be taking the lead role in a new series called “The Big Door Prize,” Variety […]

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Kevin Can F*** Himself Is F***ing Itself For The Last Time With Second And Final Season

If you haven’t already tuned in to AMC’s dramedy, “Kevin Can F*** Himself,” now is the time to experience the great dramedy starring Emmy award winner Annie Murphy of “Schitt’s Creek” fame. Murphy plays Allison McRoberts, a housewife from Worcester, Massachusetts trapped in a cringeworthy marriage to the titular Kevin, an irresponsible, insensitive, idiotic, and […]

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Emmy Predictions: Best Actor in a Comedy Series — ‘Ted Lasso’s’ To Lose

Last Year’s Winner: Eugene Levy, “Schitt’s Creek”Still Eligible: No.Hot Streak: Repeat winners are still trendy in the Best Comedy Actor category. Bill Hader won in back-to-back years for “Barry” (2018 – 2019), Jeffrey Tambor won twice for “Transparent” (2015 – 2016), and Jim Parsons saw repeat wins for “The Big Bang Theory” in 2013 and […]

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