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Creative Arts Emmys: 'Boardwalk Empire' Leads the Way With 7 Wins, Paltrow and Timberlake Grab Guest Gold

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 11th 2011 10:30AM
The 2011 Emmys got off to an early start Saturday night in Los Angeles, as the Creative Arts portion honored the more behind-the-scenes aspects of TV production like casting, cinematography, makeup and choreography. The Emmys for best guest starring roles and reality TV categories were also awarded.

HBO's Atlantic City prohibition drama 'Boardwalk Empire' led the way with seven wins, including Casting in a Drama Series and Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series.

Discovery Channel's 'Deadliest Catch' won four Emmys, including both Cinematography and Picture Editing for a Reality Series.

Other highlights included: 'The Walking Dead' got recognized for its awesome zombies, winning for Prosthetic Makeup for a Series, Miniseries, Movie or a Special; Gwyneth Paltrow won the Best Comedy Guest Actress Emmy for her role on 'Glee'; and Justin Timberlake scored Best Comedy Guest Actor for 'Saturday Night Live.'

'The Kennedys,' 'Mildred Pierce,' 'SNL' and 'So You Think You Can Dance' took home three statues each.

Check out the complete winners list after the jump, courtesy of Goldderby.com. The Creative Arts Emmys air next Sat., Nov. 17, on Reelz Channel, and the Emmys air live Sun., Sept. 18, 8PM ET/5PM PT on Fox.

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'The Kennedys' to Air on ReelzChannel April 3

by Chris Harnick, posted Feb 1st 2011 2:40PM
The Kennedys'The Kennedys' miniseries will finally be seen on April 3 ... on ReelzChannel.

Never heard of the four-year-old channel? You're not alone.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the controversial miniseries ended its three weeks of limbo with a big financial commitment from Reelz, a Minnesota-based Hubbard Communications property.

"We think it will drive ratings and put a spotlight on this network that has never been on it before," Steve Hubbard, CEO of Hubbard Communications, told the Hollywood Reporter. "We're going to do a full-blown marketing campaign."

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A TV series about Twilight's New Moon movie means we have too many channels

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 20th 2009 8:27PM
The Twilight Saga: New MoonTV Guide has a couple of weekly recap shows about American Idol when it's on, but even so this seems a bit excessive. I know Twilight is a big hit with the kids, but is it big enough that we need a weekly hour-long show to build up to the premiere of New Moon, the second film in the franchise.

"This week we'll interview the cast and crew and show you some sets. Next week we can talk more to the cast and show you another piece of set. Ooh! Ooh! Wanna see an exclusive six second sneak preview of Jacob growing fur and a snout. Enthralling!" Sadly, this will probably work. If nothing else, it will get young girls watching ReelzChannel.

I have no problem with the behind-the-scenes specials we get to spotlight upcoming movies, but an entire series based on one movie seems a bit ridiculous. That said, maybe NBC should look at picking this up in case Leno doesn't work out. Make it a nightly thing. After all, there's more movies coming!

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Reelz Channel launches today

by Joel Keller, posted Sep 27th 2006 2:31PM
Reelz ChannelHm... an entire TV channel dedicated to movies. Haven't we seen this before?

Actually, not really. This new network, called the Reelz Channel, is dedicated to shows that discuss and give information about the movies. Think review shows, shows about the business, documentaires about the making of certain movies, and other such programming. Because of the long history of the cinema, there seems to be enough material to cover a 24-hour broadcast day (heck, if there can be a network dedicated to one New York sports team, anything is possible, right?). Right now, they will start with seven hours of original programming a day and go from there, including a Leonard Maltin-hosted show called The Secret's Out, which will examined overlooked movie "gems." Most cable systems will have the show on their digital tier, so look for it as it launches at 6 PM tonight.

[via Cynopsis]

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