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Instead of worrying about The Simpsons‘ pseudo split in Sunday’s season premiere (Fox, 8/7c), perhaps fans should be more concerned about Marge heading to the slammer in May’s finale.
“Marge lets Bart go to the park alone because he’s too irritating, then she ends up getting arrested,” executive producer Al Jean tells TVLine of the Season 27 finale. “I read a column by Mitch Albom, the writer of Tuesdays with Morrie, about a mother who was arrested for letting her son play »
HBO is poised to win Best TV Movie for "Bessie" and Best Limited Series for "Olive Kitteridge" according to the combined Emmy predictions of our Experts, Editors, Users and Top 24 Users (those two dozen folks who did the best predicting last year's winners). Those results aren't a surprise given HBO's track record in these two categories. The premium network has long dominated the longform Emmy contests. -Break- Exclusive Video: 'Bessie' producer Lili Fini Zanuck on Emmy noms, plus winning & producing Oscars Since 1993, HBO has won the award for Best TV Movie every year but two: in 2000, when ABC's "Tuesdays with Morrie" prevailed, and in 2003, when the prize went to TNT's "Door to Door." That remarkable run doesn't include the three years when movies and miniseries were combined into one category. In that consolidated race, HBO telefilms won two out of three times, for »
2 items from 2015
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