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Hammond’s 2012 Golden Globe Predictions

By | Sunday January 15, 2012 @ 12:49pm PST

Deadline Hollywood’s ENTV presents Awards Columnist Pete Hammond’s 2012 Golden Globes predictions for movies & TV. First up are his film winners:

Here are his TV predictions on Deadline Hollywood’s ENTV channel on YouTube:

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2011 TV Awards: Change Badly Needed

By | Saturday December 31, 2011 @ 2:22pm PST

To sum up how the major television awards went down in 2011, it would be that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Voting for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences kept honoring AMC’s Mad Men and ABC’s Modern Family at the Primetime Emmys. Ushering in the new in November, the Academy’s Board of Governors elected Warner Bros Television Group President Bruce Rosenblum as its new Chairman/CEO. He’ll have to navigate invigorating the telecast for 2012 and beyond. The year also found some encouraging signs for the broadcast networks in terms of the Emmys. Just when it seemed that cable’s quality advantage had rendered ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox to a supporting role, the nets mounted a comeback in September. There were five wins for Modern Family; acting triumphs for comedy leads Jim Parsons of CBS’s The Big Bang Theory and Melissa McCarthy of the same network’s Mike & Molly; Julianna Margulies’ lead drama actress triumph for CBS’s The Good Wife; and writing (Jason Katims) and acting (Kyle Chandler) victories for NBC’s departing Friday Night Lights. The latter also took Program of the Year honors from the Television Critics Association, not a group typically known for its sentimentality.

Elsewhere on the TV awards spectrum, the SAG Awards last January showed that it can do a little evolving of their own by featuring first-time winners in the top TV series categories for the first time in ages: ABC’s Modern Family and HBO’s Boardwalk Empire. Moreover, Modern Family was … Read More »

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