Deadline’s Awards Columnist Pete Hammond and ENTV host Melana Scantlin discuss Pete’s predictions in the reality and variety categories in this weekend’s Primetime Emmys, along with his wish list. Will The Amazing Race dominate once again and, after 32 nominations, will this finally be Bill Maher’s year for Real Time?
Deadline’s Awards Columnist Pete Hammond talks with ENTV host Melana Scantlin about the likely winners in key comedy segments in this weekend’s Primetime Emmys, including whether defending champ Modern Family can stave off The Big Bang Theory and other contenders for its fourth straight win as Best Comedy Series.
Deadline Awards Columnist Pete Hammond sits down with ENTV host Melana Scantlin to preview the Primetime Emmys, here looking at the likely winners in the Movies & Miniseries categories. Pete tabs HBO’s Behind The Candelabra and star Michael Douglas among the strongest candidates to take home a statue, on top of the eight the Liberace biopic scooped up Sunday at the Creative Arts Emmy ceremony for behind-the-scenes achievements.
Deadline Awards Columnist Pete Hammond sits down with ENTV host Melana Scantlin to talk about the drama categories in a preview of likely winners in this year’s Primetime Emmys. Pete says good timing likely tips a tough and tight race for Best Drama Series to Breaking Bad, but look out for House Of Cards, which might have something to say in some of the acting categories. Fine performances by the key people in Mad Men aren’t likely to get rewarded, Pete suggests, but voters may check in to Bates Motel for an acting win there.
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The lineup of TV dramas getting Emmy nominations and wins the past few years hasn’t changed much, but Deadline’s Pete Hammond has a few ideas to break voters out of their rut when it comes to picking a Best Drama. He breaks big for AMC‘s Breaking Bad and says the royal numbers commanded by Game Of Thrones may crown HBO, but don’t overlook the possible election of politically savvy newcomer House Of Cards, from Netflix.
Related: EMMYS: Drama Series Overview
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart has won the Emmy for Best Variety Series for nine straight years. Deadline Awards Columnist Pete Hammond talks with ENTV host Brian Corsetti about some nomination options for Emmy voters looking to shake things up a bit in a static category, including strong work by Bill Maher, Jimmy Kimmel’s Matt Damon takeover episode, and a revived Saturday Night Live.
Deadline’s Awards Columnist Pete Hammond has a simple wish: How about some competition in the Emmy Reality Competition category? With just one week left for voters to pick their nominees for this year’s awards, Hammond suggests some alternatives to The Amazing Race, which has won all but one year the category has existed. He also has says that, though American Idol has little chance of nabbing a nom this year, its host Ryan Seacrest is way past due to win as Best Reality Host.
Deadline Awards Columnist Pete Hammond culls his pile of screeners to find some of the most worthy nominees for the Emmy Movies & Miniseries category, with Behind The Candelabra and Michael Douglas as likely leading candidates this year. But there is a special plea for Elisabeth Moss, either for her work in Top Of The Lake or for her years of work in Mad Men, whose cast has never won an acting nod. Don’t count out the ratings smash The Bible, and Hammond has special regard for the Alfred Hitchcock-Tippi Hedren story told in The Girl. Check it out:
Looking to vote for Emmy-worthy comedies besides Modern Family, which has dominated recent awards? Deadline’s Pete Hammond weighs in with advice for voters overwhelmed by piles of screeners, trying to figure out what else is worthy. Among the shows he discusses are Episodes, Parks And Recreation, The Big Bang Theory and the Netflix-resuscitated Arrested Development. A couple of other long-time faves whose runs just ended should go with “a whimper, not a bang”. Check it out:
Watch Deadline Awards Columnist Pete Hammond talk about Best Picture Oscar nominees with ENTV’s Brian Corsetti, followed after the jump by looks at Best Actor/Actress nominees, Best Animated Feature and other hopefuls plus a discussion of Oscar nominations snubs. After the videos you’ll also find a collection of links to all of Deadline’s Oscar nominations coverage.
Deadline’s Pete Hammond and Awardsline’s Christy Grosz discuss Emmys nominations for Drama Series (and a couple cases of category jumping that made a big difference) with ENTV YouTube channel host Brian Corsetti:
Deadline’s Pete Hammond and Awardsline’s Christy Grosz discuss Comedy Series Emmy nominations with ENTV YouTube channel host Brian Corsetti:
Deadline’s Pete Hammond and Awardsline’s Christy Grosz ruminate on Emmy nominations (or in one glaring case the lack thereof) for Reality Competition shows with ENTV YouTube channel host Brian Corsetti:
Deadline’s Pete Hammond and Awardsline’s Christy Grosz discuss Emmys odds for Reality Competition noms with ENTV YouTube channel host Brian Corsetti:
Deadline’s Pete Hammond and Awardsline’s Christy Grosz discuss Emmys odds for Movies and Miniseries with ENTV YouTube channel host Brian Corsetti:
Deadline’s Pete Hammond and Awardsline’s Christy Grosz discuss Emmys odds for Comedy Series with ENTV YouTube channel host Brian Corsetti:
Deadline’s Pete Hammond and Awardsline’s Christy Grosz discuss Emmy Drama Series odds with ENTV YouTube channel host Brian Corsetti:
Deadline Hollywood’s ENTV presents Awards Columnist Pete Hammond’s 2012 Golden Globes analysis — first up is movies, followed by TV: