Today, we start our look at the drama categories with Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama.
“O.J.: Made in America” gathers ironies and weaves them into an endlessly fascinating story of the vagaries of fame and an exposition of the historical forces that make America what it is.
“The Lobster” is funny because it’s clever, but you’re too busy holding your breath to laugh.
For a man whose life has changed so drastically since February, Desiigner has managed to keep himself from gloriously crashing and burning off of the hype-machine cliff. Congratulations are in order for that, I guess.
Something I’ve been thinking about a lot recently is why I feel what I feel when watching TV. If I’m laughing, what’s causing me to laugh? If I’m crying, what is it about the moment that’s driving me to feel that emotion?
Voters in the Television Academy have just finished casting their ballots for who will be in the group of nominees announced on July 14. This year, Daily Arts Writers and Editors wanted to join in the fun, putting together our lists of who we want to be among the nominees. We’re continuing this series with Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series:
Other than small glimmers of hope, “Roadies” isn’t a drastic improvement to Crowe’s recent canon of mixed-to-negatively reviewed work.
It’s Emmy nomination season: Voters in the Television Academy are currently casting their ballots for who will be in the group of nominees announced on July 14.
“Yo, I’ll be there in a minute!” I stood outside The Crofoot Ballroom, a mid-size venue in Pontiac, waiting for an event organizer to let me in.
By humanizing these women as victims of circumstance rather than simple criminals, “OITNB” brings a nuanced perspective to the criminal justice system, which continues to be showcased in its fantastic fourth season.