New rules, same old Emmys?
Such is my complete indifference to all things Emmy, that I met this article at Variety.com with little more than a slight shoulder shrug. Seems the TV Academy has decided to expand several of the Emmy's major award competitions, increasing to six the number of dramas, comedies, actors and actresses up for awards. They're also shaking up the way nominees are selected, trying to make the process more transparent to zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
Sorry, dozed off there. Anyway, what does this mean? Could it be that some shows that otherwise fly under the academy's radar (i.e. THE GOOD SHOWS) can finally get some Emmy love? Or does it simply mean they can now nominate "Two and a Half Men" AND "Gary Unmarried"? Because you just know they want to.
Stupid Emmys anyway.
— Adam Reinhard, email@example.com
Labels: Emmy Awards