For many networks this week marked the beginning of the fall television season. Some might say that with the advent of the summer series, premium cable, on demand, DVRs, and Netflix, the “new television season” has lost some of its specialness, but clearly they’re grouches and I won’t waste my time on them. Read the rest of this entry
Yesterday’s Emmy Awards had plenty of surprises (as evidenced by my 1 for 4 ballot).
For those who missed it, here’s a quick summary and my two cents on how the show went.
Surprisingly, host, Neil Patrick Harris, did not open the show with a song a dance number. It was a bold choice which brought a slew of past hosts on to the stage. The highlight of the opening monologue was Amy Poehler and Tina Fey heckling NPH from the front row. Unfortunately for NPH, it also reminded us all that Amy Poehler and Tina Fey should host all awards shows. Thankfully the host managed to rebound nicely with some funny video segments and a mid-show song and dance number. Read the rest of this entry
Television’s big night is almost here. Tonight, the 65th Emmy Awards will celebrate all things television, and even better, it’s hosted by Neil Patrick Harris (what isn’t?).
With Netflix breaking the television mold (check out Zer’s post: ...Change the Channel), and a few fan favorites nominated for their final seasons, it’s sure to be an exciting night.
As we head into the final hours before the show, everyone is making last minute predictions, and that includes 2WC. So here we go, 2WC’s 2013 Emmy predictions:
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It’s the eve of the Emmy Awards, and television viewers across the nation and around the world are weighing in on who they think will claim the top prize in television tomorrow.
Here at the 2WC we’re waiting until tomorrow to cast our unofficial ballots.
Today, I thought I’d weigh in on this year’s Emmy controversy — the Netflix Invasion.
Since their creation back in 1949, the Emmy Awards have been for television. If you didn’t have to contact your cable provider to view it, then it wasn’t getting nominated for an Emmy.
This year, the Emmys changed the game and Netflix received a total of 14 nominations for their original programming. Read the rest of this entry
There’s something you better understand about me, ’cause it’s important and one day your life may depend on it. I am definitely a madman with a box!
The Eleventh Doctor
Warning: If you don’t speak nerd this blog post may be a little hard to stomach and/or comprehend, but today is far too big a day for nerdom to worry about such things. So, although we apologize, we could not possibly interpret all of the dork-centric references in today’s post. This might help some: Doctor Who on Wikipedia. Good luck.