How one man's predictions in 10 major Emmy categories fared.
In a year of Emmy nominations that -- outside of the Netflix infusion -- were fairly lacking in revolutionary selections, a great deal of high-caliber talent was left out of the fun.
Baldwin, Cheadle, Cryer, Parsons and Louis C.K. seek return trips to the finals.
So many possibilities, but so few spots to go around for TV's lead actors in comedy.
CBS announced via Twitter today that it has renewed Chuck Lorre comedy “Two and a Half Men” for an 11th season with Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher set to return. #TwoAndAHalfMen renewed for 2013-2014…
Is it good? No. Is it watchable if you're 9? Probably.
This painfully unfunny vehicle for writer-stars June Diane Raphael and Casey Wilson is, depressingly, a comedy built on the amusement value of stupid people that is itself too stupid to be funny.
Surviving what many considered the most competitive Primetime Emmys drama series competition in years - if not in the kudofest's 64-year history - "Homeland" ended the four-year reign of "Mad Men"…
"He (Chuck Lorre) gets a tremendous satisfaction when we get nominated like when Jim Parsons was nominated last year. It's like watching your kids growing up...except their much older and they're…
I never see you anymore now that you are one of two big men on a big show and have been nominated for four primetime Emmys.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.9M Cumulative:$48.9M Warner Brothers -66.23%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.2M Cumulative:$34.4M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -77.26%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$53.9M Universal Pictures -67.83%