2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards Winners Announced

66th Primetime Emmy Award Nominees Announced

The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards are eight short days away, and with the small screen dominating the water cooler conversations this past year, there’s no doubt that there will be many tuning in on August 25. The 2014 Creative Arts Emmys were announced yesterday at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live. Find out who won for their special categories after the jump. Continue reading

2014 Writers Guild of America Awards Winners

Her Movie 2013 Screenshot Spinning

Last night the Writers Guild of America had their little get together to announce their favorites of 2013. Her (Spike Jonze) and Captain Phillips (Billy Ray) walked away with the top honors for Best Original and Best Adapted Screenplays, respectively. Two choices that were big surprises at the awards last night. It’s always fun to shake things up during Oscar season and there’s no better awards than screenplays to keep us on our toes. Check out the full list of winners from film, television, and video games of the WGA Awards after the break.

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‘Gravity’ and ’12 Years a Slave’ Make History at the PGA Awards

Gravity and 12 Years a Slave Tie PGA Awards

Notably, the PGA Awards have been looked upon as one of the best bets to determine which film would walk away with the Oscar for Best Picture. According to IndieWire.com, the PGA winner for Best Picture has matched the Oscars 17 times over the past 24 years, the last six times in fact. But with so many incredible movies in 2013 the Producers Guild of America knocked Hollywood on its ass by giving both Gravity and 12 Years a Slave Best Picture at the awards last night. Keep reading to learn more, and find out the rest of the winners of the 25th Annual PGA Awards. Continue reading

66th Annual Directors Guild Awards Nominees Announced

66th Annual Directors Guild Awards Nominees Announced

The 66th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards nominees were announced yesterday with Gravity, Captain Phillips, 12 Years a Slave, American Hustle, and The Wolf of Wall Street each earning recognition. The DGA Awards are usually sought at as one of the biggest indicators of Oscar. Winners will be announced January 25. As we head into the weekend with the Golden Globes, the road to the Academy Awards is beginning to shape up very nicely. Check out the rest of the categories and their respective nominees after the break. Continue reading

66th Annual WGA Awards Nominees; 12 Years a Slave Left Out, Breaking Bad Leads the Pack

66th Annual WGA Awards Nominees Announced

Award announcements keep rolling out, and with the 66th Annual Writers Guild of America Awards nominees unveiled today the road to Oscar has heated up. 12 Years a Slave has been ahead of the pack on many lists, but the WGA has found other films worthy of their Best Adapted Screenplay award. See which movies are in the running for after the break and find out who wins February 1. Continue reading

2014 Producers Guild Awards Nominees Announced

2014 Producers Guild Awards Nominees Announced

The nominees for the 25th Annual Producers Guild of America Awards were announced this week as awards season picks up after the holidays. There are only four categories for film, the big one being The Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures. Most of the films we’ve seen from other organizational honors this year have been nominated while Inside Llewyn Davis and The Butler have been left out in the cold. The PGA winners will be announced on January 19, and you kind find the complete list of nominees after the break.  Continue reading

65th Primetime Emmy Award Winners (Live Updates)

65th Primetime Emmy Award Winners List

The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards will be held on on Sunday, September 22, hosted live by Neil Patrick Harris – funny enough How I Met Your Mother has zero nominations. Follow along with Turn The Right Corner as we will give you the blow-by-blow of each award as they are announced. If you’re worried about missing who won because you are busy watching the Series Finale of Dexter or the second to last episode of Breaking Bad, no sweat – we’ve got you covered. Check out the full list of Emmy winners after the break. Continue reading

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Leads the Pack in the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Nominations

65th Annual Primetime Emmy Nominations

It’s been an incredible year of television since last year’s Emmy Awards. Netflix has gone full scale assault on traditional television with the return of Arrested Development and House of Cards, earning themselves a handful of nominations. But it is FX that should be proud of American Horror Story: Asylum with its 17 Emmy nominations. HBO’s Game of Thrones follows closely with 16 nominations itself, while the regulars, including Modern Family, 30 Rock, The Big Bang Theory, and Breaking Bad return for another round of awards. Check out the full list of the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards after the jump. Continue reading

64th Primetime Emmy Award Winners

64th primetime emmy awards winners

Tonight, the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards air live on ABC at 4pm PST hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. For those of you who cannot make it at the beginning or have no interest in watching the Emmys and would like to know the winners later on, I will be bringing you live updates during the event. Continue reading

Complete List of the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards Nominees

64th Primetime Emmy Awards Nominees

Another year of television has gone by, and another year where only 20 awards are the ones that people mostly want to pay attention to. The big players such as Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory, and Downton Abbey are up for the big awards again this year. Will Mad Men succeed in obtaining their fifth Best Drama Series Emmy? Check out the entire list of categories and their respective nominees after the jump.  Continue reading