I strongly encourage the Emmys to shift all the miniseries/tv movie awards away from the broadcast. The show should be a celebration of the year in tv, and too much of it is devoted to stuff no one watched.Re CBS: Does HIMYM need (and do the producers want) an end-date?[Odd: the verification word is the name for a popular name-brand credit instrument.]
Re the photo: My mother, the former newspaper reporter and editor, will be amused. And depressed.
I strongly encourage the Emmys to shift all the miniseries/tv movie awards away from the broadcast. The show should be a celebration of the year in tvYes, because miniseries and TV movies aren't actually on television.too much of it is devoted to stuff no one watched.Definitely. A celebration of artistic quality should be dictated by popularity rather than, um, artistic quality.
@alynch These aren't the days of Winds of War and The Burning Bed, when tv movies/miniseries were significant cultural events. The question isn't whether awards should be given, but what's the best use of three hours of broadcast time, and I don't know why you'd want to alienate viewers. The Grammys figured this out 2-3 years ago; you don't see Classical/Polka/Gospel given out live any more, and it makes for a better show.
These aren't the days of Winds of War and The Burning Bed, when tv movies/miniseries were significant cultural events.Definitely. The Emmys should only honor significant cultural events. Artistic triumphs that weren't watched by tens of millions of people should just be ignored. In fact, all awards should simply be decided based on how many people watched them.
Girls, girls, you're both pretty!Captcha: "rodgeste," younger, ne'er-do-well brother of Beau.
for those who are interested, more informal sessions with Craig FergusonWho on earth would not be interested?! Unless there was a direct conflict with a roundtable with the puppets.the just-announced remake of "Let's Make a Deal," which will be replacing "Guiding Light"I would watch a daytime serial where people dressed up as fruits and vegetables. Just throwing that out there.
@J: NEVER mock the puppets...
@Lynch It isn't a question of who should be nominated for awards or win them, but which awards should be announced on-air. There's about 100 categories; they can't all be announced live.
@Tracey: Who was mocking the puppets?! I would never mock the puppets!
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