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Lead Actress In A Comedy Series Emmys 2021 Predictions & Contenders

Kaley Cuoco was nominated for a SAG Award, Critics Choice Award, and Golden Globe for her performance in “The Flight Attendant.” Unfortunately, she lost all of them. Thankfully, the qualifying contenders for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series are slightly less competitive for the 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards. Basically, Cuoco might be your frontrunner for […]

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DGA Awards: ‘Sound of Metal,’ ‘Homeland,’ ‘The Flight Attendant’ Among Early Winners (Updating Live)

As with most every other guild awards ceremony during the pandemic, the Directors Guild of America is presenting its winners in film and television via a virtual ceremony.Susanna Fogel won the first award of the night, for TV comedy for directing the premiere episode of HBO Max’s “The Flight Attendant.” “We talk a lot about […]

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TV Bits: Down to Earth with Zac Efron, The Powerpuff Girls, Russian Doll, The Flight Attendant, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Russian Doll finds a new cast member for season 2 Down to Earth with Zac Efron begins shooting its second season Netflix’s Prank Encounters season 2 gets a trailer Watch the trailer for new docuseries Moment of Truth Kim’s Convenience has closed up shop And more! If you’re into […]

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Kaley Cuoco to Star as Doris Day in Warner Bros. Limited Series

Kaley Cuoco, the Golden Globe-nominated star of HBO Max sleeper hit series “The Flight Attendant,” is set to play Doris Day in an upcoming limited series over at Warner Bros. Television. The show will be based on A.E. Hotchner’s 1976 biography of the Academy Award-nominated “Pillow Talk” actress’ life, which she historically kept private, from […]

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‘WandaVision’ Joins the Emmy Race and Other PGA/DGA TV Awards Insight

At the worst points during awards season, new batches of nominations can feel like a slog, with each new announcement honoring the same handful of quality shows: “The Crown,” “Ted Lasso,” “The Undoing,” rinse and repeat. That’s, of course, not a ding on any of those shows — give or take an “Undoing” — but […]

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‘Your Honor’ Review: Bryan Cranston’s Showtime Drama Offers Little More Than Anxiety

The art of crafting what I’ve come to call “anxiety TV” is an aptly taxing challenge. Shows where the central protagonist spends most of their time concealing illicit activity — or simply looking guilty — are often classified as thrillers, but series like “The Flight Attendant,” “Ozark,” and yes, “Breaking Bad” aren’t your typical murder-mysteries […]

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What’s Coming to HBO and HBO Max in December

HBO and HBO Max are rounding out the universally despised year with the long-awaited premieres of popular shows and movies.“Wonder Woman 1984,” the hotly anticipated sequel to 2017’s “Wonder Woman,” will be debuting simultaneously on HBO Max and in theaters on Christmas Day. Gal Gadot faces off against a new enemy with superhuman strength and […]

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