11 items from 2013
On TV this Tuesday: Trophy Wife will teach kids to stay away on Mischief Night, The X Factor‘s first live show winnows the competition to 12, Supernatural follows the yellow brick road and Face Off is for the birds. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm The X Factor (Fox) | Special night: The Top 12 finalists are revealed in the first live show of the season.
- Kimberly Roots
New NCIS Los Angeles season 5,episode 6 interesting spoilers & clips hit the net. Last night, CBS dropped the new spoilers and sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "NCIS: Los Angeles" episode 6 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "Big Brother," and appears to be pretty intriguing as Kensi is forced to go undercover at high school, doesn't like it one bit, and more. In the new "Big Brother" episode, The NCIS: La Team is going to interrogate a 15-year-old suspect whose hacking skills have compromised terrorist missions. Callen will end up, going undercover at a prestigious high school after a 15-year-old hacker compromises terrorist missions. Guest stars are going to include: David Furr as FBI Senior Special Agent Jonas Ambrose, Billy Smith as NCIS Agent Roger Carter, Sophie Oda as Cindy Chang, Jeff Branson as FBI Agent Norman Jenkins, Nealla Gordon as Administrator, Rachel Luttrell as CIA Agent Yvette Lowell, »
New NCIS Los Angeles season 5,episode 6 official spoilers,plotline revealed by CBS. Recently, CBS released the new, official, synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS: Los Angeles" episode 6 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "Big Brother," and it sounds like it'll be quite interesting as the NCIS L.A. peeps will interrogate a young 15 year old kid hacker that's been interfering with terrorist activities , and more. In the new,6th episode press release: The NCIS: La Team is going to interrogate a 15-year-old suspect whose hacking skills have compromised terrorist missions. Press release number 2: Callen will go undercover at a prestigious high school after a 15-year-old hacker compromises terrorist missions. Guest stars are going to include: David Furr as FBI Senior Special Agent Jonas Ambrose, Billy Smith as NCIS Agent Roger Carter, Sophie Oda as Cindy Chang, Jeff Branson as FBI Agent Norman Jenkins, Nealla Gordon as Administrator, Rachel Luttrell »
Cable network Hln, which is broadcasting the Daytime Emmys for the second year in a row, is gradually unveiling the nominated performance reels that were voted on by Emmy judges to decide the winners, which will be announced live on Sunday, June 16, at the Beverly Hilton. Today, you can watch nominees for Best Supporting Actor. To watch the Best Younger Actor reels, click here, and for Best Younger Actress, click here. Three previous Emmy winners are nominated in this category, including both contenders from "The Young and the Restless." As Billy Abbott, Billy Miller has earned three nominations in this category, winning in 2010. In his episode submission, he is fired by his brother Jack (Best Actor nominee Peter Bergman), only to later discover that Jack has been admitted to the hospital for a serious operation. Jeff Branson is nominated for the first time for his "Y&R" role as Ronan Malloy, »
Held Thursday, May 2nd, in Hollywood, CA, the Dread Central co-sponsored private industry screening of Steven R. Monroe’s Monika was a resounding success. Read on for photos from the carpet and a few comments from star and co-executive producer Cerina Vincent.
In attendance at the event held at The Lot/Audio Head (in addition to the free-flowing wine from Sarzotti Vineyard) were Vincent (Cabin Fever) and writer/director/producer Monroe as well as MoniKa co-stars Jason Wiles ("Third Watch") and Daytime Emmy nominee and winner Jeff Branson ("Guiding Light," I Spit on Your Grave) and the film's executive producer Aaron Hofmann. Other industry appearances included Shaun Menzie (The Victorville Massacre), Bill Millsap (Jurassic Block), Barbara Nedeljakova (Hostel, Isle of Dogs), Carlee Baker (The Woman), Ryan Dillon (Littlerock) and producer Clinton H. Wallace (Blue Dream).
Prior to the screening and subsequent enthusiastic response to the stylized revenge/thriller (which is »
- Sean Decker
Longtime soap opera journalist and Daytime Emmy guru Nelson Branco (Soap Opera Uncensored) was the top expert predicting this year's Daytime Emmy nominations with 68% correct. Among Branco's savvy picks, he was one of the few to foresee lead-acting nominations for "The Young and the Restless" stars Michael Muhney and Michelle Stafford. He also wisely bet on bids for their "Y&R" castmates Jeff Branson and Hunter King and predicted all four nominees for Best Actor. Following close behind Branco was Dan Kroll (Soap Central) with 67%; he also went four-for-four in the Best Actor category. Gold Derby's Paul Sheehan and Jamey Giddens (Daytime Confidential) both scored 66%. Sheehan was one of the few to predict Lindsey Morgan's surprise Younger Actress bid for "General Hospital," while Giddens went out on a limb for Supporting Actress nominee Jessica Collins (&qu »
Nominations for the 2013 Daytime Emmy Awards have been announced, with The Young and the Restless leading the way with 23 total nods.
The trophies will be handed out on June 16 (on Hln) and here's a look at the major categories...
Outstanding Drama Series
Writing For A Drama Series
Lead Actress In A Drama
Susan Flannery (Stephanie, B&B)
Michelle Stafford (Phyllis, Y&R)
Heather Tom (Katie, B&B)
Lead Actor In A Drama
Peter Bergman (Jack, Y&R)
Doug Davidson (Paul, Y&R)
Michael Muhney (Adam, Y&R)
Jason Thompson (Patrick, Gh)
Supporting Actress In A Drama
Julie Marie Berman (ex-Lulu, Gh)
Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea, Y&R)
Jessica Collins (Avery, »
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CBS led the pack at Wednesday’s announcement of nominees for the 40th Daytime Emmy Awards, amassing 50 total nods.
Fueling the Eye’s impressive showing was a total of 23 nominations for The Young and the Restless, which topped all (of the few remaining) daytime dramas. ABC’s General Hospital followed with 19 nods, while Days of Our Lives netted 17, The Bold and the Beautiful 15.
One Life to Live, which was eligible for a handful of its final ABC broadcasts, collected three nominations, including in the Outstanding Drama race. »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
With “The Young and the Restless” paving the way, CBS led all networks with 50 nominations Wednesday for the 40th Daytime Emmy Awards.
“Young” had 23 noms for the Daytime Emmys, set for broadcast by Hln on June 16 from the Beverly Hilton. ABC’s “General Hospital” nabbed 19 followed by NBC’s “Days of Our Lives” and PBS’ “Sesame Street” with 17 apiece.
Among talkshows, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” was tops with 10 noms.
PBS was second among the networks with 44 noms, while ABC was third with 38. Syndicated programs had 37 noms.
Nickelodeon had 36 noms, including four of the five nods for top children’s animated program, compared with 17 noms for the Hub (its most ever), 11 for Cartoon Network and 11 combined for Disney Channel and Disney Xd.
Nominated for top drama were “Young,” “Days,” “General,” CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” (15 noms) and ABC’s “One Life to Live” (three noms). “General” was the big winner in 2012 with five Daytime Emmys, »
- Jon Weisman
On TV this Wednesday: American Idol sets up shop in Hollywood, CSI and CSI: NY embark on a cross-country crossover and Mike Tyson makes a controversial appearance on Law & Order: Svu. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm American Idol (Fox) | The action moves to Hollywood as hopefuls vie for a spot in the semis.
8 pm Arrow (The CW) | David Anders guest-stars as Cyrus Vanch, a just-out-of-jail criminal who’s gunning for Arrow. But when Det. »
- Kimberly Roots
On TV this Friday: Merlin begins its magical final season, CSI: NY kills two vics with one weapon, Blue Bloods look for a green murderer and Portlandia gets back to quirk. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
7 pm – 1 am (Saturday) Californication marathon (Showtime) | Relive Hank’s Season 5 return to Los Angeles – in all of its tawdry glory. (Check out what’s in store for Season 6, which gets underway Jan. 13.)
Related | Your January Premieres/Finales Calendar
8 pm Undercover Boss (CBS) | The CEO of Mood Media goes undercover at his company that helps stores “communicate with consumers” via sounds, sights and… »
- Kimberly Roots
11 items from 2013
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