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Your 2012 Emmy Awards Recap-a-Palooza

9 years ago by Pete Vonder Haar
For those who care about such things, the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards aired last night. Hosted by late night mook Jimmy Kimmel, the program awarded the creme de la creme of last year's television programming. And also Jon Cryer. If you're the gambling sort, I hope you had money on...
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HBO's Houston Texans Edition of Hard Knocks Wins Two Sports Emmy Awards (w/ LOTS of VIDEO)

5 years ago by Sean Pendergast
Last August, via the HBO series Hard Knocks, the world was introduced to a sailor-mouthed head coach, a special teamer with nothing but the clothes on his back and a satchel of dreams, and a superhero Gatorade-drinkin', Reebok-wearin' cyborg... and 88 of their teammates... a few dozen of whom were...
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Best Virtual Bets: Sundance Films, UFOS, and The Apollo

4 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
You can enjoy this week's best virtual bets from your couch or your car.
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Emmy or Not to Emmy?

20 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
On November 4, some 1,800 television personalities--actors, writers, producers, show-runners, network executives--will, finally, parade into a Los Angeles theater to award their peers and themselves for a job well done. They will, at long last, hand out the golden statues known as Emmy, just as it has been done every...
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Two More Netflix Success Stories: Bridgerton and Cobra Kai

4 months ago by Jamil David
The ability for Netflix to randomly churn out a hit original series still surprises. Netflix can also grab shows that had huge followings that were canceled or on failing platforms and put them in front of millions of viewers ready to binge. The top two series on Netflix the past...
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Hot Off An SNL All-Timer, Chappelle Gives House of Blues Houston Three Nights

6 months ago by Vic Shuttee
No stand-up comic in America offers a less predictable show than Dave Chappelle. The lion of stand-up has proven to be one of the fastest writers in the business, and show no qualms about releasing his quality material feverishly, often capturing the zeitgeist in sets that range from 15 minutes...
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Best Virtual Bets: God, Judy Garland, and Jacob's Pillow

7 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
The virtual landscape is varied for the entertainment-seeker this week.
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Best Virtual Bets: LED Lights, Quarantined Actors, and Sensitive Guys

9 months ago by Natalie de la Garza
If you're looking for some ideas to keep you entertained, but socially distant and socially responsible, we've got some ideas for you.
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From Houston To Hollywood, Writer Attica Locke Balances Novels with Empire and Little Fires Everywhere

9 months ago by Vic Shuttee
It was a roundabout way of getting there, but it sounds like Houstonian Attica Locke was born to write. “I’ve been writing my whole life, acknowledges the novelist and TV scribe promoting her latest book Heaven, My Home being published in paperback on August 25. “I went to Alief-Hastings High...
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4th Wall Presents a Glorious Time at the Theater With Between Riverside and Crazy

1 year ago by D. L. Groover
Just like at Spindletop, 4th Wall Theatre Company has struck oil. Hell, forget oil, they've struck gold! With this glistening production of Stephen Adly Guirgis' Between Riverside and Crazy (2014), 4th Wall bursts into the best-of-the-best. What a glorious time at the theater – explosive, funny, gritty, true. Playwright Guirgis...

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