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With so many shows on broadcast TV, cable and the internet, it's impossible to keep up with all everything. But now that the Emmy nominations have been announced, those options have been helpfully narrowed down for many of our forum posters. So how are they planning to spend their time between now and the Emmys on September 20? Read some of their sample comments below, and click here to join the discussion. -Break- Emmys exclusive: Which 'Orphan Black' episode is Tatiana Maslany submitting? Gone_Guy: First on my to-do list: Finish "Empire" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt." I only have three episodes of "Empire" left ... The one enjoyable aspect of it, Taraji P. Henson, was recognized with a nomination. Even though I've seen her two best episodes according to posters ("Pilot" and "Our Dancing Days"), I still plan to complete the last three episodes. CanadianFan: For the first time ever, »
Ludacris is the latest high-profile star to snag a guest spot on the hit Fox series “Empire” for Season 2. The “Furious 7” actor took to Instagram Wednesday to share the news along with a first look photo from the set with series star Terrence Howard. Howard’s Lucious Lyon was sent to prison for murder at the end of the show’s first season, and from the looks of the photo, Ludacris will play a cop who crosses paths with him — at least at first glance. Also Read: 19 Biggest Emmy Snubs and Surprises: 'Empire,' Tatiana Maslany, and 'The Big Bang Theory'. »
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Gold Derby has exclusively learned the episodes that will be submitted to the Emmys by three of the 2015 nominees for Best Drama Actress. Claire Danes is entering the "Homeland" episode titled "From A to B and Back Again." Viola Davis selects the "How to Get Away with Murder" episode called "Freakin' Whack-a-Mole." Elisabeth Moss chooses the "Mad Men" episode "Person to Person." -Break- Click here to see the episode title for Tatiana Maslany ('Orphan Black') Danes has already won this category twice in 2012 and 2013 for her role as CIA officer Carrie Mathison. For the fourth season on Showtime, her character is now a station chief in Afghanistan. In the plot of the sixth episode, "Carrie’s hope that Aayan will lead her to Haqqani is realized, but she gets more than she bargained for when Haqqani kills Aayan and reveals he has kidnapped Saul. Carrie orders a drone strike on Haqqani, »
Now that Tatiana Maslany has finally earned an Emmy nomination for her work in Orphan Black, we're giving a brief overview about why it's so great. It goes without saying that we're still as mystified and obsessed as ever with Sarah Manning and her seemingly endless circle of clones. If you're a fan of the show, you're familiar with the confusion of constantly trying to keep up with Tatiana Maslany's chameleonlike performance. Let's talk about all the layers of brilliance, and keep your fingers crossed that Tatiana will win! »
Gold Derby has exclusively learned that Tatiana Maslany will submit the "Orphan Black" episode "Certain Agony of the Battlefield" to the Emmys. This marks her first Best Drama Actress Emmys bid after previous nominations at the Golden Globes and SAG Awards. She won the Critics' Choice TV Award in 2013 and 2014 as well as the TCA Award in 2013. -Break- Join the red-hot discussion about the Emmys going on right now in our fiery forums On the BBC America drama series, Maslany plays a variety of clones named Sarah, Alison, Cosima, Helena, Rachel, and Krystal. In this episode, which was number six in the third season, "Felix is desperate for information on Sarah’s whereabouts so he pressures the still-ailing Rachel for any shred of a lead. And, in order for Donnie and Alison to take their money-making endeavor to the next level, she must convince Jason Kellerman that her unique business plan will work. »
Over the years, much has been made of "Mad Men's" shocking inability to win an acting Emmy. It may have be named Best Drama Series four times in a row (2008-2011), but to date, it has gone 0-for-34 in acting categories. If it loses its three bids this year, It will leave TV having lost all 37 of its acting nods. But it's not the only show to be otherwise recognized by Emmy only to see its actors snubbed again and again. -Break- Top 10 Emmy nominations jaw-droppers: Tatiana Maslany, 'Parks and Rec' ... Consider "The Office." NBC's popular sitcom ran nine seasons and won Best Comedy Series in 2006, but it never claimed an acting prize. Indeed, only three of its cast members were ever even nominated: Steve Carell (Comedy Actor, 2006-2011), Rainn Wilson (Comedy Supporting Actor, 2007-2009), and Jenna Fischer (Comedy Supporting Actress, 2007). You'd think the series would have fared »
Thursday morning's 2015 Emmy nominations came with a pleasant surprise: a nod for Tatiana Maslany! For those folks who haven't been following at home, Tatiana plays upward of 10 characters on Orphan Black, and for the past two years, she's been snubbed. Fans of the show have been gunning for an Emmy since episode one, and this year, Tatiana's finally earned a chance to win. To help properly communicate the sweetness of this victory, we compiled some choice reactions from the Internet. »
Reminded that two of her fellow nominees for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Grace and Frankie‘s Lily Tomlin and Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus) play her mother and her sister on Showtime’s Web Therapy, Kudrow adds that a third category-mate, Nurse Jackie‘s Edie Falco, appeared on the Kudrow-produced docu-series Who Do You Think You Are?
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In addition to those actors previously announced, the cast was also joined by none other than Scott Weinger (aka Steve Hale), who happily tweeted a photo of his script — the premiere is called “Our Very First Show (Again),” a nod to the title of the original pilot — for all the world to see:
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Orange Is the New Black star Uzo Aduba and So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley announced the 2015 Emmy nominations this morning. Spoiler alert: they were both nominated, along with Jon Hamm for Mad Men, Taraji P. Henson for Empire, Amy Schumer for Inside Amy Schumer, and Anthony Anderson for Black-ish. There are a few double nominees and a ton of first-timers, making this year's race already one of the most exciting in a while - not to mention the fact that Game of Thrones has a whopping 24 nominations. Take a look at the full list below! Outstanding Drama Series Better Call Saul Downton Abbey Game of Thrones Homeland House of Cards Mad Men Orange Is the New Black Outstanding Comedy Series Louie Modern Family Parks and Recreation Silicon Valley Transparent Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Veep Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series Kyle Chandler, Bloodline Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom Jon Hamm, »
The biggest surprise at the announcement of the 2015 Emmy Awards nomination ceremony on Thursday morning was one of inclusion. Tatiana Maslany, the constant also-ran whose snub from the list in years past caused fans on Twitter to lament her exclusion vociferously, finally got the attention she deserves for playing a coterie of different characters on Orphan Black. However, as always, the Emmys are loath to change up nominations in major categories, staying mostly the same from year to year with the addition of two or three new names.
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Our long national nightmare is over! Tatiana Maslany, the woman with talent coming out of her ears playing literally 4,265,943 characters on BBC America's hit series Orphan Black, has been nominated for an Emmy. Can we get a hell yes?! Seriously, how did it take three full seasons of Maslany kicking major ass, fully taking on a bunch of completely different, lead roles for the TV Academy to acknowledge that she's one of the best actors in the biz?! It's a mistake, and one that Emmy voters have finally wisened up to and fixed. Finally! Maslany has been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series...for all her roles, although we'd like to petition the Academy to allow the same person to be »
Call it Emmy season justice. After being overlooked for two seasons by TV Academy voters, Canadian thesp Tatiana Maslany finally notched an Emmy lead drama actress nomination for her turn as various clones on the dystopian future BBC America show Orphan Black. Prior to today, award pundits as well as TV Academy members continually smacked their foreheads over Maslany being left out of the race. Maslany faces off this season in the category against Viola Davis (How To Get A… »
Earning an Emmy nomination must feel wonderful, but earning your first Emmy nomination? Well, that has to be priceless. This year's Emmy nominations spread the love to tons of people who had never been nominated, including American Horror Story: Freak Show's Finn Wittrock, Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany, and Black-ish's Anthony Anderson. Take a look below to see who is toasting their first-ever Emmy nomination, and mark your calendar for the ceremony on Sept. 20! Disclaimer: While it's very exciting that Amy Schumer has been nominated for Inside Amy Schumer, it's actually not her first nomination; she was nominated last year for her writing on the show. »
The 2015 Emmy nominations were announced on Thursday and the reactions are coming in.
Here's what the stars had to say about their nods:
"Veep's" Julia Louis-Dreyfus: "As President, my staff and I are too busy doing the people's business to watch television. Nonetheless, we are thrilled to be a part of this celebration of creativity. (Go Jon Hamm!)"
"Orphan Black's" Tatiana Maslany: "The nomination is so surreal and exciting, mostly because of our fans and how voraciously supportive and protective they are of our show. They've totally championed us, and given us visibility and we are ...
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Emmy voters may soon get an eyeful of Donnie’s tighty whities, thanks to Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany.
Now that the chameleon-like star of the BBC America series has earned her first Emmy Award nomination for Lead Actress in a Drama, she’s thinking ahead to which episode she’ll submit to the Television Academy for consideration. Her pick, with the humble Maslany giving much of the credit for the standout hour to director Helen Shaver: Season 3’s sixth installment, “Certain Agony of the Battlefield.”
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What to think of those wacky Emmy nominations? Don't fret: all is revealed by Gold Derby editors Tom O'Neil, Chris Beachum, Daniel Montgomery, Ralph Galvan, Matt Noble, Riley Chow and Marcus Dixon, who square off in this video slugfest (embedded below). They point to the biggest Emmy shockers -- like the dominance of "Game of Thrones," the major shortfalls for "Empire" and "Modern Family," and the snub of "The Big Bang Theory" for Best Comedy Series and Best Comedy Actor (Jim Parsons). And did you see those nominations for Tatiana Maslany (Drama Actress, "Orphan Black") or Liev Schreiber (Drama Actor, "Ray Donovan") coming? Most of us sure didn't. -Break- Join the lively Emmy chat going on right now in our infamous forums Our Editors have strong, passionate, oft-clashing predictions of ultimate winners. Is "Veep" or "Transparent" now the frontrunner for Best Comedy S...' »
The full list of this year's Emmy nominations has been released, and it's a beautiful day. Not only did Tatiana Maslany finally earn her overdue nomination for her genius work on Orphan Black, but Amy Schumer received her first leading actress nod. To make matters even more spectacular, Amy tweeted congratulations to Tatiana - complete with an appropriate hashtag - and Tatiana replied with an equally amazing response. All we're saying is, we're thinking of incorporating "You congratulations!" into our everyday vernacular. Read on to see the interaction in full. »
Shows new and old triumphed in the Emmy nominations Thursday morning, but not all were as expected (see our list of the most shocking snubs here). Scroll down to see the many nominated shows and stars that hardly anybody saw coming. -Break- 2015 Emmy Awards: Complete list of nominations No longer an Emmy orphan Following a much-publicized outcry from fans and critics last year when Tatiana Maslany ("Orphan Black") was snubbed, the Emmys apologized in the best way possible, by nominating her for the sci-fi show. With an Emmy nom under her belt, Maslany has now accomplished what Sarah Michelle Gellar ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer") and Mary McDonnell ("Battlestar Galactica") never could. Now ... can she win? Are our eyes seeing double? Gaby Hoffmann gave us not one, but two surprises on Emmy morning, being nominated in the supporting role for "Transparent" as well as the guest race for "Girls." »
“Orphan Black” star Tatiana Maslany has been a critical favorite since BBC America’s “Orphan Black” debuted in 2013, scooping two Critics’ Choice Awards and a Television Critics Assn. win for her dazzling performance as four lead characters (clone “sisters” Sarah, Alison, Cosima and Helena) — as well as numerous supporting and guest roles — on the genre-bending sci-fi series. Now, in 2015, the Television Academy has finally caught up with the buzz, rewarding Maslany with her first Emmy nomination for lead actress in a drama.
“I didn’t even expect it at all,” Maslany admitted, momentarily lost for words when Variety spoke to her on Thursday morning. “It’s super nice, and it feels like a nice thing for the show to get that kind of recognition, and for the fans — they’ve been so supportive and protective of us; it feels like a communal thing.”
Indeed, the online reaction to Maslany’s nomination was swift and euphoric, »
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