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Amazon unveils complete line-up for Emmy Fyc experience: ‘Mrs. Maisel,’ ‘Man in the High Castle,’ ‘Homecoming’ and …

TV fans, get ready to meet Mrs. Maisel, sit atop the high castle and dish a very English scandal up close and personal. Amazon Prime has unveiled the complete line-up for its 2019 Emmy Fyc experience that will feature dozens of stars and interactive displays. Located at the famed Hollywood Athletic Club (where the first Emmy Awards ceremony was held in 1949), this year’s For Your Consideration panels feature returning Emmy champ “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Golden Globe winners like “A Very English Scandal” and fresh fare including “Homecoming.”

SEEWish you could enter the world of ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ or hang with Jack Ryan? Now you can at Amazon Prime Video’s Fyc event in Hollywood

“Mrs. Maisel” took the awards scene by storm last year, winning Best Comedy Series and Best Comedy Actress for Rachel Brosnahan at various kudos including the Emmys and Golden Globes. Now it in second season,
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Sterling K. Brown Has Joined The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3

Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel just got a whole lot better with the addition of This is Us and The Predator star, Sterling K. Brown.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is such an incredibly well made and extremely fun series. I love this show and if you haven’t watched it yet, you need to start! The fact that Brown has now joined the party is sure to make the series even better.

Brown made the announcement himself on Twitter with a video he posted saying, “I’m Eastward bound. I’m going to do a little TV show, maybe you’ve heard of it: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.’ The Palladinos were kind enough to write a little something for your boy, and I said yes. So, stay tuned. I’m getting together with Midge and it’s going to be awesome.”

You can watch the video for yourself below
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Sterling K. Brown Joins Amazon’s ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’

Sterling K. Brown Joins Amazon’s ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’
Update, with additional details Sterling K. Brown is joining The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel as a recurring cast member. The actor announced the news via an Instagram video, crediting creator and Executive Producer Amy Sherman-Palladino and Executive Producer Daniel Palladino with writing a new role for him.

Deadline hears Brown will be on the show for a three-episode arc.

In the Instagram video – watch it below – Brown, casually sipping a cup of coffee, says he’s in Los Angeles but is “eastward bound” because he’s “going to do a little TV show.”

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” he says. “Maybe you’ve heard of it.” Then after letting out a hearty chuckle, Brown says the Palladinos “were kind enough” to write a part for him.

“I’m getting together with Midge and it’s going to be awesome,” Brown says, a reference to the title character played by Rachel Brosnahan.

Chrissy Metz,
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Sterling K. Brown Joins ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Season 3

  • Variety
Sterling K. Brown Joins ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Season 3
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” just got more marvelous.

This Is Us” star Sterling K. Brown has signed on for an unspecified role in the third season of the critically-acclaimed Amazon comedy series. Brown made the announcement in a video posted on his official Twitter account Monday morning.

“I’m Eastward bound,” Brown said in the video, which can be viewed in full below. “I’m going to do a little TV show, maybe you’ve heard of it: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.’ The Palladinos were kind enough to write a little something for your boy, and I said yes. So, stay tuned. I’m getting together with Midge and it’s going to be awesome.”

Brown won back-to-back Emmys in 2016 and 2017 for his starring roles in “American Crime Story: People v. Oj Simpson” and “This Is Us” respectively. He also had a role in the Oscar-winning Marvel film “Black Panther
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Sterling K Brown Joins Season 3 of ‘Marvelous Mrs Maisel’

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Sterling K Brown Joins Season 3 of ‘Marvelous Mrs Maisel’
This Is Us” star Sterling K. Brown is heading to 1960s New York, announcing on social media thathe is joining the third season of Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

“I’m Eastward bound,” said Brown via a video posted on social media. “I’m going to do a little TV show, maybe you’ve heard of it: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.’ The Palladinos were kind enough to write a little something for your boy, and I said yes. So, stay tuned.”

Brown did not reveal any details about his character or how long he’ll be on the show, except for saying: “I’m getting together with Midge (Rachel Brosnahan), and it’s going to be awesome.” You can watch the video below.

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The Emmy-award winning series from Amy Sherman-Palladino and executive producer Daniel
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Bill Hader is the most likely non-‘Game of Thrones’ Emmy champ to repeat, fans predict

Bill Hader is the most likely non-‘Game of Thrones’ Emmy champ to repeat, fans predict
Besides “Game of Thrones” in Best Drama Series and Best Drama Supporting Actor for Peter Dinklage, five other major Emmy categories could have repeat champs — all on the comedy side, spread between two shows: Best Comedy Series (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), Best Comedy Actress, Best Comedy Supporting Actress, Best Comedy Actor and Best Comedy Supporting Actor. Of these five defending champs, Hader is the one most likely to pick up a second straight statuette, according to 42 percent of our readers.

With 18/5 odds, Hader is the frontrunner to win Best Comedy Actor again, slightly ahead of “The Kominsky Method” star Michael Douglas. The two split the Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice Awards in January, with Douglas taking the former and Hader, the latter. Neither emerged victorious at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, where Tony Shalhoub (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) prevailed in the single comedy actor race.

Emmy voters have also loved
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2019 Tony Awards nominations: Will ‘Be More Chill,’ ‘Hadestown’ or ‘Tootsie’ lead among musicals? [Watch predictions slugfest]

Unlike recent Broadway seasons, this year’s Tony Award race for Best Musical is wide open. This is one of the few points on which David Buchanan and myself agree. As Tony season begins to heat up, David and I sat down to discuss potential nominations in the musical categories. Watch the full video above.

We think that there are currently three musicals with the potential to win the top award: “Be More Chill,” “Hadestown,” and “Tootsie.” We both list “Hadestown” as the current frontrunner due to its original score, fresh concept, and respected creative team. If these three shows are locked for a nomination, that will leave one open slot up for grabs in the Best Musical category.

David is backing “Ain’t Too Proud” with his fourth slot, the crowd pleasing story of The Temptations. But as Tony voters have strayed from jukebox musicals in favor of original score,
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Guild awards scorecard: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,’ ‘Barry’ set comedy records

Guild awards scorecard: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,’ ‘Barry’ set comedy records
It was another blowout by “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” at the annual awards presented earlier this year by the industry guilds and societies that share voters with the Emmys. It was the runaway leader among comedies in nominations, then it won the majority of awards that went to comedies. (See the full list of nominations and awards received by comedies below.)

SEEour guild scorecard this year for television drama series.

The field was divided last year: “Glow” led in nominations (11 from six guilds), but “Veep” led in wins (a series-best four), with “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” winning the top prize of Best Comedy Series from the Producers Guild. That was actually the only win last year by “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” which scored only four nominations shortly after releasing its debut season. “Veep” did not air in 2018, so it was absent from this year’s guild awards, most of which
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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's Season 3 Episode Count Finally Revealed

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is going back to its Season 1 roots, length-wise. TVLine has learned exclusively that the Amazon awards darling’s upcoming third season will consist of eight episodes. That puts Season 3 on par with the series’ Emmy-winning first season and two episodes shy of Season 2’s 10-episode haul.

Production is currently underway on Season 3 ahead of a late 2019 premiere.

Back in December, series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino told TVLine that Season 3’s exact episode count was under “debate,” with fellow Ep Daniel Palladino elaborating, “Amazon has given us some flexibility so we can see what stories we have. And
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Henry Winkler could end this 11-year drought in the comedy supporting Emmy category

Henry Winkler could end this 11-year drought in the comedy supporting Emmy category
Henry Winkler waited more than 40 years before taking home his first Emmy last year and he could very well claim his second straight statuette in September for “Barry.” If that happens, he’d be the first Best Comedy Supporting Actor champ to defend his crown in 11 years.

Jeremy Piven was the last person to snag consecutive awards in this category, having claimed three in a row for “Entourage” from 2006-08. Since then, three people have won multiple Best Comedy Supporting Actor Emmys, but they were not consecutive: Eric Stonestreet (“Modern Family”) won in 2010 and ’12; his co-star Ty Burrell prevailed in 2011 and ’14; and “Veep” star Tony Hale sandwiched Burrell’s second win with victories in 2013 and ’15.

Everyone else in the time period were one-offs: Jon Cryer, Louie Anderson and Alec Baldwin.

See Which non-‘Game of Thrones’ reigning Emmy champ is most likely to repeat?

Winkler, who was first Emmy-nominated in 1976 for “Happy Days,
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Emmy Predictions 2019: Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Emmy Predictions 2019: Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Last Year’s Winner: Henry Winkler, “Barry”

Still Eligible: Yes.

Hot Streak: Unlike the women’s category, the Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy race hasn’t seen a repeat winner in over a decade. The last performer to take home back-to-back Emmys here was Jeremy Piven for “Entourage” in 2007 – 2008 (whereas even one win seems unimaginable today). “Modern Family” won three consecutive years, but the chosen victor rotated between Ty Burrell and Eric Stonestreet, while Tony Hale took home two trophies for “Veep,” but his streak was interrupted by Burrell winning again for “Modern Family.”

Fun Fact: “M*A*S*H” has more nominations than any other program with 21, but it only has two wins — Harry Morgan in 1980 and Gary Burghoff in 1977. If “Modern Family” can squeak out two more nods, it will tie the record (but the ABC comedy got blanked in 2018). “Veep” and “Will & Grace” are the
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Ted Danson is in a ‘Good Place’ to extend his own Emmy record that he just set last year

Ted Danson is in a ‘Good Place’ to extend his own Emmy record that he just set last year
Ted Danson made Emmy history last year when he set a record for the most Best Comedy Actor nominations with his 12th bid in the category, for “The Good Place.” And now he can put even more distance between himself and the also-rans with his lucky 13th nomination.

Danson is in third place in our Best Comedy Actor odds, trailing defending champ Bill Hader (“Barry”) and Golden Globe champ Michael Douglas (“The Kominsky Method”). He’s ahead of Don Cheadle (“Black Monday”), Jim Carrey (“Kidding”) and Anthony Anderson (“Black-ish”). Danson’s nomination last year was a surprise, as he was in eighth place in our odds after the Emmys completely snubbed “The Good Place” the year prior, but his and Maya Rudolph‘s guest bid helped the beloved afterlife comedy break through in a major way. (“The Good Place” is currently in fifth place in our Best Comedy Series predictions.
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Alan Arkin would complete his Triple Crown with an Emmy win for ‘The Kominsky Method’

Alan Arkin would complete his Triple Crown with an Emmy win for ‘The Kominsky Method’
While Glenn Close did not join the Triple Crown of Acting club as expected after her Oscar loss for “The Wife,” we may still get a new member for the fifth year in a row. Alan Arkin just needs an Emmy to go with his Oscar and Tony, and what do you know? He’s currently the favorite in our early odds to win Best Comedy Supporting Actor for “The Kominsky Method.”

Arkin, who received Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations for the Netflix series, would be the 25th performer to achieve the premier acting trifecta. Fifteen women and nine men have accomplished it, and Arkin would be the first man to do so since Christopher Plummer completed his sweep in 2012 with his Best Supporting Actor Oscar win for “Beginners.”

See Golden Globe TV winners: ‘The Kominsky Method,’ ‘The Americans,’ ‘Versace’ are big champs

Five women have since
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Which non-‘Game of Thrones’ reigning Emmy champ is most likely to repeat?

Which non-‘Game of Thrones’ reigning Emmy champ is most likely to repeat?
With “The Americans” over, “Westworld” and “The Crown” sitting out the cycle — and the latter with a new cast to boot — we are guaranteed three new Emmy winners in Best Drama Actor, Best Drama Supporting Actress and Best Drama Actress. All the other defending champs in the regular series races will be eligible, so we could be seeing some familiar faces on stage. “Game of Thrones” and Peter Dinklage are everyone and their mother’s picks to repeat in Best Drama Series and Best Drama Supporting Actor, so outside of those juggernauts, which reigning champ is most likely to go back to back?

Emmy voters fell head over heels for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” which claimed the most Emmys ever by a comedy in a single season last year with eight statuettes, including Best Comedy Series, Best Comedy Actress for Rachel Brosnahan and Best Comedy Supporting Actress for Alex Borstein.
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Bill Hader and Michael Douglas may be in a tight Emmy fight in comedy actor until the bitter end

Bill Hader and Michael Douglas may be in a tight Emmy fight in comedy actor until the bitter end
While some Emmy races feel like foregone conclusions, Best Comedy Actor might be one laced with suspense this year. Our pundits are split between two people on shows involving acting classes, reigning champ Bill Hader (“Barry”) and Michael Douglas (“The Kominsky Method”).

With 18/5 odds, Hader is slightly ahead of Douglas (4/1). Hader is backed by five Experts, four Editors and 19 of our Top 24 users. Douglas has three Experts, four Editors and three of our top users in his corner.

The pair split the first two awards of the year, with Douglas beating Hader to take the Golden Globe and Hader returning the favor to claim the Critics’ Choice Award. Both lost the Screen Actors Guild Award to Tony Shalhoub (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), who may have benefited from vote-splitting since Douglas’ and Hader’s respective co-stars Alan Arkin and Henry Winkler were also nominated.

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Hader,
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Marin Hinkle poised to receive first career Emmy nomination for ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’

Marin Hinkle poised to receive first career Emmy nomination for ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’
Marin Hinkle has been acting for more than 20 years, starring in everything from “Once and Again” to “Two and a Half Men.” But it’s her role as Rose Weissman on Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” that’s finally put her on the awards map. This year Hinkle shared the ensemble prize at the SAG Awards along with the rest of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” Season 2 cast, including Rachel Brosnahan as the titular Miriam “Midge” Maisel, Alex Borstein as Susie Myerson and Tony Shalhoub as Abe Weissman. Might Hinkle now follow up her SAG notice with some Emmy love?

SEEEmmys 2019 slugfest: It’s ‘Veep’ vs. ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ for Best Comedy Series [Watch]

As of this writing, six of Gold Derby’s editors believe that Hinkle will receive her first career Emmy nomination this year in the Best Comedy Supporting Actress category: Rob Licuria, Joyce Eng, Daniel Montgomery, Susan Wloszczyna,
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The Blue Card to Hold Benefit to Aid Holocaust Survivors With Host Andy Cohen

The Blue Card, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding Holocaust survivors, will host its 83rd benefit gala on Monday, April 8, 2019, at Center415..

The event will be hosted by Andy Cohen, the Emmy Award-winning television producer and author best known as the host and executive producer of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.”

The evening will include the presentation of awards to individuals and groups dedicated to supporting the needs of Holocaust survivors and advancing human rights worldwide. The honorees include: Joe Biden, 47th Vice President of the United States; Stanley Bergman and Dr. Marion Bergman of Henry Schein, Inc. and the Henry Schein Cares Foundation; David Miliband, President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee and former UK Foreign Secretary; New York Foundation for Eldercare; and past participants in The Blue Card’s Bnei Mitzvah Project, a program where Bar and Bat Mitzvah students engage with
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‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Creator on Season 3: ‘It’s Going to Be a Bigger Show’

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‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Creator on Season 3: ‘It’s Going to Be a Bigger Show’
Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched Season 2 of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

In the final moments of Season 2 of the Amazon smash hit “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) comes to her husband Joel (Michael Zegen), who left her in the very beginning of Season 1, for comfort.

Midge is about to embark on the opportunity of a lifetime as a touring comic, and she wants to be with “someone who loves her, just for one night.” With Benjamin (Zachary Levi) waiting in the wings, the question that many fans have is, will this really be a one night only thing between the two of them?

“I think that Midge does believe that,” Brosnahan told Variety at the show’s Paleyfest opening night blue carpet. “I don’t think it’s about their relationship, I think it’s about trust and comfort, she’s entering
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‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Cast Has A 1960s Wish List For Season 3 – PaleyFest

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Season 3 of Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is being planned, it was revealed Friday night in the opening panel of PaleyFest La, the annual television festival produced by The Paley Center for Media and held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. The proceeds help fund the nonprofit’s cultural and educational resources in television, radio, and new media.

If last night’s opening panel is any indication, Season 3 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel promises to be intriguing. The period comedy-drama is set in late 1950s-early 1960s New York, featuring Rachel Brosnahan as Miriam “Midge” Maisel, a housewife who discovers her knack for stand-up comedy.

Present last night in a fun-filled recap of the show were stars Brosnahan, Amy Sherman-Palladino, Daniel Palladino, Tony Shalhoub, Alex Borstein, Michael Zegen, Marin Hinkle, Kevin Pollak and Caroline Aaron. The cast was in a great mood, and drew frequent laughter from the large crowd in attendance.
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‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ won more guild awards than any comedy ever in a single year

‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ won more guild awards than any comedy ever in a single year
In the run up to the Oscars last month, 16 industry guilds and societies presented annual awards for film, as well as television. “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” won 14 awards from 11 guilds and societies, making it the most successful run in a single year ever by a comedy series. It won:

American Cinema Editors: Best Noncommercial Comedy Editing Art Directors Guild: Best One-Hour Period/Fantasy Production Design Casting Society of America: Best New Comedy Casting Cinema Audio Society: Best One-Hour Sound Mixing Costume Designers Guild: Best Period Costumes Guild of Music Supervisors: Best Comedy/Musical Music Supervision Makeup Artists & Hairstylists Guild (2): Best Series Period/Character Makeup, Best Series Period/Character Hairstyling Motion Picture Sound Editors: Best One-Hour Music Editing Producers Guild of America: Best Comedy Series Screen Actors Guild (3): Best Comedy Ensemble, Best Comedy Actor (Tony Shalhoub), Best Comedy Actress (Rachel Brosnahan) Writers Guild of America: Best Comedy Series Writing

“The Marvelous Mrs.
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