'Mad Men,' '30 Rock' and 'The Office' all got multiple noms, as did 'Modern Family,' 'Glee,' 'The Good Wife' and 'Dexter.' Surprisingly, Betty White and 'Hot in Cleveland' received nods, both of which the Hollywood Foreign Press overlooked in this year's Golden Globe nominations. Conspicuously absent: 'The Big Bang Theory.'
Check out all the nominees after the jump.
Once again, Dan the Man with the Master Plan is the swing vote at eviction time. Renny nominated April and Jerry on Sunday, her target being April from Arizona. However, Dan has no personal reason to evict her. In fact, if Dan was playing the game strictly listening to his personal feelings, he should evict Jerry who called him a "Judas" last week and said that he "hides behind his cross." Furthermore, April offered Dan, the PoV holder, money on Tuesday before the ceremony.
Okay, what am I missing? Oh yeah, it's that April is a kick-butt player in the Big Brother 10 house who will pick them off one-by-one with her showmance Ollie at her side.
Find out what went down and who went home after the jump...
(S10E11) "It'll get ugly. Out comes the temper now." - April
Sometimes I just don't understand myself. In my everyday life, I don't like fights or arguments. I don't like being mad at people, nor having people mad at me. But you give me a Big Brother 10 episode full of cat fights, dog fights, screaming matches and one really pathetic birthday party ... I love it! No, I wouldn't want to be a part of it all, but it was their choice to make fools of themselves on national television. Read on past the jump for my full review of tonight's show.
This feels weird. Normally, there is a good bit of excitement around the nominees of the Golden Globes, particularly since it's the first big award ceremony of the year and a precursor to the Academy and Emmy awards. However, with the WGA strike in full swing, and the awards ceremony stripped down to a simple one-hour press conference televised by NBC, it all seems a bit anti-climatic.
But, taking a page from my heroes Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, I shall press on in true television reporting style and present my prediction for winner of the Golden Globe for Best Actor - Musical or Comedy.
As a teenager, your opinion is irrelevant to most of society, but the Teen Choice Awards is your chance to let your voice be heard, and to nominate Paris Hilton for some reason.
Hilton is just one of the folks who have been nominated for Teen Choice 2007, which airs live starting at 8:00 p.m. on August 26 on FOX. She's been nominated in the "Choice TV: Female Reality/Variety Star" category for her "role" on The Simple Life. She's also nominated for the "OMG! Moment" for her jail sentence. Yes, you can win an award for that now, so star commiting some felonies right now, kids.
The Awards will be broadcast on Logo on April 21st. A list of the television nominees follows the jump. A full list of nominees in all categories can be seen on the GLAAD website.
Hosted by the International Press Academy, as opposed to Globe host - the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the Satellites honor a slightly broader, more unexpected line-up of television greats. Some of the more intriguing names to turn up among the nominees included Laura Kightlinger for the Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman, Julie Benz for Dexter (pictured) and Stephen Colbert as a "best actor" nominee for The Colbert Report.
Winner were announced on Monday night. You can check them out after the jump:
Best TV Series - Drama
Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama
Patricia Arquette, Medium
Edie Falco, The Sopranos
Evangeline Lilly, Lost
Ellen Pompeo, Grey's Anatomy
Kyra Sedgewick, The Closer
Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Drama
Patrick Dempsey, Grey's Anatomy
Michael C. Hall, Dexter
Hugh Laurie, House
Bill Paxton, Big Love
Kiefer Sutherland, 24
Best Television Series - Musical Or Comedy
Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Musical Or Comedy
Marcia Cross, Desperate Housewives
America Ferrera, Ugly Betty
Felicity Huffman, Desperate Housewives
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, The New Adventures of Old Christine
Mary-Louise Parker, Weeds
Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Musical Or Comedy
Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock
Zach Braff, Scrubs
Steve Carell, The Office
Jason Lee, My Name Is Earl
Tony Shalhoub, Monk
(UPDATE: One of our readers, Zachary, was kind enough to look up the miniseries nominees -- they weren't announced during this morning's ceremony. He posted them here.)
(SECOND UPDATE: Our sister site Cinematical is covering the movie nominations, if you're curious.)
You can check out the WGA's list of drama, animated, variety and comedy nominees after the jump. (If you want to know who got nominated for short-form documentary or something, I'd recommend you head straight to the WGA's site. I'm only talking big money here.)
The nomination process for the People's Choice Awards is a little less reflective of the proletariat's will than one might suspect given the "people's" part of the award title. Knowledge Networks finds a "nationally representative panel" of "pop culture-involved" men and women ages 18-49 and then gives them a list of candidates determined by "ratings averages, box-office grosses and album sales." They have a write-in option, but for the most part the nominees are pre-determined.
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