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[Watch] 'Game of Thrones' Reveals Epic Season 7 Teaser and Hilarious Gag Reel from Season 6

22 July 2016 8:39 AM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

"Welcome home, my queen..." In easily one of the most eagerly anticipated panels at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con, fans crowded Hall H to get a glimpse at what the cast and producers were going to reveal about season 7. Moderated by Rob McElhenney (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), the panel featured many of your favorite GoT cast members, including Kristian Nairn (who played Hodor), who entered to fans chanting, "hold the door!" Though much about season 7 wasn't revealed, the cast reflected on their highs and lows of season 6, and Sophie Turner made some dark allusions about the future of Sansa. Find out all the details we learned at Sdcc 2016, plus check out the all-new footage below.

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TV Scorecard: What Shows Have Been Canceled or Renewed in 2016?

21 July 2016 9:50 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Over the past several months, networks have been making major decisions about what shows will be granted another season. Which shows will return this Fall? Which comedies and dramas are getting one final season? What is disappearing into the night, never to be seen again? Take a look below to find out the fate of your favorite shows, and if it's not on this list, it's probably on our previous scorecard! Image Source: Netflix What's Been Renewed ABC Once Upon a Time: Just ahead of its highly anticipated 100th episode, the fantasy series has been picked up for its sixth season. Scandal: The heart-stopping political drama will return for a sixth season. Grey's Anatomy: The iconic medical drama is officially coming back for season 13! How to Get Away With Murder:: This crazy-addictive, insane show will be covering up murders for a third season. Modern Family: ABC's »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Emmy Voters Suffer from Awards Lag Syndrome

18 July 2016 3:36 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

“You were robbed,” I told Jay Duplass at Amazon Studios’ “Gleason” premiere last week. He was a tad crestfallen about not landing a supporting actor Emmy nomination for his excellent performance as Josh Pfefferman on “Transparent,” until I reminded him how hard it is to get nominated for the first time. There’s often a lag.

Look at “The Americans.” It took four seasons of campaigning and increasingly positive reviews for it to finally land a Best Drama slot this year. The TV Academy turns to the same old popular favorites so often that it’s tough for someone new to break into the ranks.

This year, during the intense campaigning for the Emmy Awards, I realized that my hard-won understanding of how Oscar voters think does not apply to the TV Academy. I felt out of step with some of the Emmy pundits on Gold Derby who were picking »

- Anne Thompson

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Emmy Voters Suffer from Awards Lag Syndrome

18 July 2016 3:36 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

“You were robbed,” I told Jay Duplass at Amazon Studios’ “Gleason” premiere last week. He was a tad crestfallen about not landing a supporting actor Emmy nomination for his excellent performance as Josh Pfefferman on “Transparent,” until I reminded him how hard it is to get nominated for the first time. There’s often a lag.

Look at “The Americans.” It took four seasons of campaigning and increasingly positive reviews for it to finally land a Best Drama slot this year. The TV Academy turns to the same old popular favorites so often that it’s tough for someone new to break into the ranks.

This year, during the intense campaigning for the Emmy Awards, I realized that my hard-won understanding of how Oscar voters think does not apply to the TV Academy. I felt out of step with some of the Emmy pundits on Gold Derby who were picking »

- Anne Thompson

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Emmys 2016: The 5 Most Attention-Grabbing Craft Contenders

15 July 2016 1:27 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

There’s good reason newcomers “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” “Mr. Robot” and “The Man in the High Castle” distinguished themselves with Emmy craft noms: they brought authenticity to stories that tap into the racial divisiveness, violence and alienation that are weighing heavily on our minds this Presidential election season. And riding the surge of female empowerment, impeccably produced “Outlander” and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” also landed craft recognition.

FX’s “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” grabbed 22 noms (including cinematography, costumes, makeup and editing), second only to Emmy leader “Game of Thrones” with 23. What they achieved with recreating “the trial of the century” in the ’90s was bringing it eerily full-circle today.

Verisimilitude, of course, was crucial. For cinematographer Nelson Cragg, the Bundy Drive crime scene where Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered provided one challenge. Since the Brentwood condo no longer exits, they had to »

- Bill Desowitz

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Emmys 2016: The 5 Most Attention-Grabbing Craft Contenders

15 July 2016 1:27 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

There’s good reason newcomers “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” “Mr. Robot” and “The Man in the High Castle” distinguished themselves with Emmy craft noms: they brought authenticity to stories that tap into the racial divisiveness, violence and alienation that are weighing heavily on our minds this Presidential election season. And riding the surge of female empowerment, impeccably produced “Outlander” and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” also landed craft recognition.

FX’s “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” grabbed 22 noms (including cinematography, costumes, makeup and editing), second only to Emmy leader “Game of Thrones” with 23. What they achieved with recreating “the trial of the century” in the ’90s was bringing it eerily full-circle today.

Verisimilitude, of course, was crucial. For cinematographer Nelson Cragg, the Bundy Drive crime scene where Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman were murdered provided one challenge. Since the Brentwood condo no longer exits, they had to »

- Bill Desowitz

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series

14 July 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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Last Year’s Winner: “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst” Was It an Upset? Nope. Still Eligible? Nope. Hot Streak: “American Masters” has been nominated three years in a row – every year the category has existed. Fun Fact: Though only around for the past three years, four trophies have been handed out in this category. In 2014, “American Masters” and “Years of Living Dangerously” tied.

Last year, HBO walked away with this category because “The Jinx” became such a dominant cultural presence everyone and their brother was talking about it. The same could be said for “Making a Murderer, ” Netflix’s original docu-series that swept the nation upon its release and remains a talking point to this day.

That being said, “Chef’s Table” is nothing to sneeze at. If viewers check it out, they could identify with the human stories told with breathtaking visuals. And »

- Ben Travers

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Outstanding Variety Sketch Series

14 July 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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Last Year’s Winner: “Inside Amy Schumer” Was It an Upset? No. Still Eligible? Yes. Hot Streak: “SNL” has been nominated for Outstanding Variety Series nine years in a row. Previously, it was nominated for four straight years between 2001 and 2004, but it hasn’t won the category since 1993. Fun Fact: This is only the second year of this category’s existence. Previously, all variety series — sketch and talk — competed against each other.

Read More: Saying Goodbye to ‘Key & Peele,’ With Executive Producers Ian Roberts and Jay Martel

Inside Amy Schumer” took home the trophy last year, making it the defending champ of the Variety Sketch category. But that was the year of Schumer, where the show really took off as “Trainwreck” dominated the box office. Can she keep things rolling in the new year without a hit film promoting her (extremely great) Comedy Central series?

Perhaps, but a »

- Ben Travers

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Outstanding Variety Talk Series

14 July 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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Last Year’s Winner: “The Daily Show” Was It an Upset? No. Still Eligible? Yes. Hot Streak: A Comedy Central variety talk series has won every year since 2002. Fun Fact: Variety Talk series dominated the Outstanding Variety category before it was split in two last year, winning 17 years running. “The Daily Show” won 10 of those, too.

Read More: ‘Daily Show’ Blow: Variety Talk Show Emmys Category Sees Changing of the Guard

“Comedians…in cars…getting coffee? What? Oh, ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee!'” That should sum up the typical reaction to seeing Jerry Seinfeld’s Crackle series making the cut; i.e., it might have taken a minute for reality to set in. Still, it’s in the race, providing a nice arc from the light and fun coffee chats, to the fun games of “Jimmy Fallon,” to the goofy antics of “James Corden” and the mean Tweets on “Jimmy Kimmel, »

- Ben Travers

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Outstanding Drama Series

14 July 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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Last Year’s Winner: “Game of Thrones” Was It an Upset? Yes. Most expected “Mad Men” to win in its final year of eligibility. Still Eligible? Yes Hot Streak: Despite dominating in total nominations and wins throughout, HBO hadn’t won a trophy for Outstanding Drama Series in seven years — until last year. Fun Fact: The last time HBO won — prior to last year — there were only five nominees in the category. It expanded to six in 2008 and now stands at seven, which began in 2015.

Read More: ‘The Americans’: The Emmys Finally Nominated the Best Drama on Cable

Can anything stop “Game of Thrones”? The HBO ratings juggernaut and record-breaking Emmy winner last year (12 wins, the most for a single series in one year) only seems better positioned in 2016, garnering a boatload of nominations to lead the field. It even snagged a few extra acting nods, and »

- Ben Travers

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Outstanding Comedy Series

14 July 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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Last Year’s Winner: “Veep” Was It an Upset? Kind of. Most experts believed “Modern Family’s” five-year win streak would end, but disagreed over whether “Veep,” “Transparent” or “Louie” would defeat it. Still Eligible? Yes Hot Streak: Though “Modern Family” lost its winning streak last year, it could still become the most awarded program ever in this category with just one more win. It’s currently tied with “Frasier” at five trophies. Fun Fact: The last time the highest-rated show nominated won was in 2012 (“Modern Family”). The last time the lowest-rated show won was most likely in 2004, when “Arrested Development” took home the prize over “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “Will and Grace” (though lack of ratings for certain HBO programs makes it hard to tell for sure).

Read More: Emmys 2016 Trivia: Amy Poehler & Tina Fey Shared A Nod & 20 Other Wild Things About This Year’s Nominations

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- Ben Travers

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Outstanding Limited Series

14 July 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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Last Year’s Winner: “Olive Kitteridge” Was It an Upset? Nope Still Eligible? Nope Hot Streak: “American Horror Story” has earned a nomination in this category (or its similarly titled iterations) every year of its existence, but it’s never won. This was the first year it didn’t make the cut. Fun Fact: In 2009 and 2010, there were only two nominees in this category, which lead for it to be merged with TV Movies from 2011 – 2013. Now, limited series are arguably the most in-demand storytelling medium on television.

We could spend some time talking about how “American Crime,” “Roots” and “The Night Manager” could win, but let’s be honest: This is a two-horse race. “The People v. O.J. Simpson” and “Fargo” are squaring off, which is fascinating on a number of levels. First, they’re both on the same network. Odds are FX will push both equally hard, »

- Ben Travers

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2016 Emmy Predictions: Outstanding TV Movie

14 July 2016 6:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

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Last Year’s Winner: “Bessie” Was It an Upset? Nope Hot Streak: HBO has won this category nine years in a row… Fun Fact: …but the network lost when the category merged with miniseries in 2011. The show that beat it? The PBS entry “Downton Abbey,” which would later be deemed a drama series, and thus, would have been ineligible the only year HBO has lost since 2004.

Read More: Review: ‘All the Way’ Finds Meaty Parallels to Modern Politics (And, Yes, Bryan Cranston Kills It)

Okay, so here’s how “A Very Murray Christmas” can win an Emmy.

Voters skew hard toward American-made productions, snubbing their nose at the British entries “Luther” & “Sherlock: The Abominable Bride.” That leaves three choices. People realize that — while well-acted — “Confirmation” just isn’t in the same league as “All the Way” or “A Very Murray Christmas,” and decide to eliminate it from consideration. »

- Ben Travers

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2016 Emmy Predictions

14 July 2016 5:59 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last year’s biggest winners are in prime position yet again, as “Game of Thrones” and “Veep” lead their respective fields in nominations. HBO’s drama snagged the most of any program with 23 nods, while the premium cable giant’s defending comedy champ led the half-hour series with 17. But it was FX who took control of the limited series categories, as “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” (22) and “Fargo” (18) had the second and third most nominations overall. Can anyone threaten the leaders?

In short, you bet.

There’s a long race ahead, and IndieWire will be tracking it closely. Below you will find IndieWire’s predictions for the 2016 Primetime Emmys. IndieWire TV Critic Ben Travers has spoken with various industry insiders and gauged the general buzz around nominees to predict who among TV’s finest are most likely to win. Predictions will be updated throughout the season, »

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Why the Emmys Still Matter For Shows That Aren’t Nominated

12 July 2016 1:39 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The phrase “it’s an honor just to be nominated” is so well-used it’s become an idiom for exactly the opposite — people recite it when they’re pissed they didn’t win. But many Hollywood stars, writers and executives are suggesting that “it’s an honor just to be considered” this Emmy season – and this time, they mean it.

In case you’ve somehow avoided the onslaught of coverage provided by this and most entertainment sites over the past few months, the Emmys are fast approaching. Nominations, in fact, will be announced this Thursday at 8:30am Pacific time, rewarding a select group of programs that the 19,000-plus TV Academy members deem worthy. The fight to be on the short list is fierce, but the fight to be included in the conversation is equally important, even to select series that know they won’t make the cut.

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- Ben Travers

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Comic-Con 2016: Friday Schedule Includes The Walking Dead, Preacher, Bates Motel, The Exorcist

8 July 2016 12:24 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Friday is Packed with plenty of appealing panels and special events for horror fans, including AMC's Hall H panels for The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, and Preacher, as well as panels for Bates Motel, the Resident Evil video game franchise, Scream Factory, a screening of The Exorcist's first episode, and more:

From San Diego Comic-Con: "Resident Evil

Friday July 22, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm

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Two decades have passed since survival horror fans first opened the ominous doors to the zombie-filled mansion. Celebrate this milestone for the iconic survival horror series by hearing from the team at Capcom on what's in store for Resident Evil fans this year.

Fear The Walking Dead

Friday July 22, 2016 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Hall H

Cliff Curtis, Kim Dickens, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Lorenzo James Henrie, Mercedes Mason, and Colman Domingo join executive producer and showrunner Dave Erickson, executive producer Robert Kirkman, »

- Derek Anderson

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‘American Horror Story’ Vr Encounter Headlines FXhibition At Comic-Con

8 July 2016 10:23 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

FX Networks is heading to Comic-Con with FXhibition, which it calls a “visually arresting, one-of-a-kind interactive art space” featuring the American Horror Story Fearless Vr Experience and installations for its series including Archer, The Strain, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll. The events are set for July 21-24 at San Diego’s Hilton Bayfront Park. Ahs will curate a virtual reality experience that takes participants through encounters inspired… »

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‘Wrecked’ Creators Ink First-Look Deal With TBS

7 July 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Wrecked creators/executive producers Justin and Jordan Shipley have signed a two-year first-look deal with TBS to develop and produce new projects. Under the pact, they will continue to produce their single-camera comedy series Wrecked, which just received an early second season renewal. Described as Lost meets It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Wrecked chronicles the aftermath of a plane crashing on a remote island. The Shipleys wrote the pilot script on spec and say the… »

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Game Of Thrones Season 7 Directors Revealed; There Are Reportedly Only 13 Episodes Left In The Whole Series

29 June 2016 8:28 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Though it has yet to be made official by HBO or the showrunners, it's being reported that there's only going to be 13 more episodes of Game of Thrones, which will be divided into a two shorter-than-average seasons. That remains to be seen, but with Dany and her impressive entourage setting sail for Westeros in the season 6 finale, it's hard to imagine that there's too much more story to cram in before she launches her campaign to seize the Iron Throne from the newly-crowned Cersei Lannister. The number of directors lined up to helm the next batch of episodes definitely suggests we'll be looking at a shorter season, anyway. According to EW, that's going to be Alan Taylor (Thor: The Dark World, Terminator: Genisys), Jeremy Podeswa (Boardwalk Empire), Mark Mylod (Shameless, Entourage), and newcomer Matt Shakman (Mad Men, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia). Fans will surely be disappointed that the director »

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The Minecraft Movie Gets A Release Date

27 June 2016 6:42 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

The Minecraft film, which will be directed by It's Always Sunny co-creator  Rob McElhenney, will arrive in theaters on May 25, 2019.  That means it will open in theaters against the tail-end of Avengers: Infinity War Part Two's (May 03) domestic run and compete directly against Star Wars: Episode IX (May 23).  The open-world, 3D sandbox game is very popular with the younger generation so perhaps Warner Bros. is hoping kids can sway their parents away from trying to relive their childhood starfighter fantasies?   Shawn Levy was initially attached to direct the project but parted ways with WB after his ideas didn't mesh with what the studio envisioned.  The Angry Birds movie was surprisingly a box office success and despite a poor domestic haul, Warcraft is also expected to turn a profit.  Could we be standing on the precipice of the video game movie golden age? »

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