Articles for Louie Season 3

The 2012 Emmy nominations were announced Thursday morning, and while it‘s easy to point out huge nubs (no Parks and Recreation for Comedy Series?) or embarrassingly awful nominations (Jon Cryer for Two and a Half Men?), I‘m going to focus on the positive.  Read more »
It‘s good to be the king. The 2012 Emmy Award nominations were announced Thursday morning and four-time Drama Series winner Mad Men and two-time Comedy Series winner Modern Family remained the top nominees.  Read more »
Now that everyone has had a day to study the oddly diverse 2012 Emmy Award nominations, it‘s time to look to Sunday, September 23. Who will win?  Read more »
The biggest night of television is here, the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards! I‘ll be here all night for three hours of exciting awards, speeches that get cut off and host Jimmy Kimmel.  Read more »
If you‘re one of the people constantly singing the praises of FX‘s unconventional comedy Louie, which took home an Outstanding Writing Emmy Award this year, you might want to sit down before reading on. The show, which usually debuts in the summer, will be taking an extended berth going into season 4. That means we‘ll all have to wait just a little while longer to find out if Louie ever managed to find the Yangtze River. The comedian and star of FX‘s comedy darling, Louise C.K., does at least quadruple duty on the show. He‘s not only the writer and star, but he‘s also the director and editor. And that doesn‘t account for his bustling stand-up career or the promotion he has to do for the show which, as he pointed out on a conference call with reporters today, often occurs while he‘s shooting the sitcom. So it should come as no surprise that C.K. wants a little extra time to put together the show‘s next season. Instead of bowing in the summer of 2013 as it always has, fans can expect to spend more time with Louie in spring 2014. Read more »
The awards season is in full swing and this morning the nominations were announced for the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Honoring the best in film and television, the SAG Awards tend to be quite conservative, recognizing big names over smaller, more deserving shows.  Read more »
The nominations for the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday morning, and as always, it‘s a mix of old favorites and wacky new entries. Sure shows like Homeland, Downton Abbey and Modern Family got multiple nominations, but so did ABC‘s Nashville. And somehow NBC‘s Smash got nominated for Best Comedy/Musical Series.  Read more »
The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards will honor the best in film and television from the past year. Hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the ceremony will air on NBC Sunday, January 13 at 8pm ET (5pm PT).  Read more »
The third annual Critics‘ Choice TV Awards were held Monday night, with the Broadcast Television Journalists Association honoring everything from dramas and comedies to talk shows and reality TV. Read more »
The nominations were announced Monday for the 2013 Television Critics Association Awards, with cable shows yet again garnering most of the spots. The only categories where the networks came out on top were in outstanding comedy (by a slim margin) and reality TV. And non-TV programming is starting to get recognize more and more with Netflix‘s House of Cards. Read more »
The nominations for the 2013 Critics‘ Choice TV Awards were announced Wednesday morning, spanning a wide array of not only network and cable, but from Netflix as well with the popularity of House of Cards on the streaming/rental service. Read more »
The 2013 Emmy Award nominations will be announced Thursday, July 18 at 5:35am PT. They will be revealed by House of Cards star Kata Mara and Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul.  Read more »
The 2013 Emmy Award nominations were announced Thursday morning, and as usual, it‘s a crazy mix of established frontrunners and a few new faces. American Horror Story: Asylum led all programs with 17 nominations, followed closely by Game of Thrones with 16. 30 Rock was the top comedy with 13 nominations for its final season.  Read more »
Every year the Emmy nominations give us plenty to be excited about, but just as important as who was nominated is who wasn‘t. The 2013 Emmy Award nominations are no different.  Read more »
The Television Critics Association‘s 2013 summer press tour is now over, with the networks providing teasers, previews and spoilers for all our favorite shows, including new ones debuting in the fall. As part of this event, they held their annual TCA Awards, and the 2013 winners have now been announced. Read more »
The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards will air Sunday, September 22 at 8pm on CBS, but the Creative Arts ceremony is held on week earlier. While the ceremony is held Sunday night, viewers will have to wait until Saturday, September 21 to watch an edited version of the events on FXX.  Read more »
The biggest night of TV is here with the 65th Annual Emmy Awards. Hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, the three-hour telecast will honor the best in television over the past year, and I‘ll be here through the evening with the winners and my live analysis.  Read more »
FX announced a ton of huge news today regarding renewals for many of its shows, pick-ups for some new ones, scheduling plans and a brand new network that will serve as home to some of the network‘s most beloved comedies.  Read more »

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