The 68th Annual Emmy Awards aired tonight, and host Jimmy Kimmel needed to get to the show. His opening skit was a medley of shows in cars – from our Modern Family to Veep to James Corden of The Late Late Show … leading to their karaoke performance of Wham’s “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go.” You just cannot unsee that… but you won’t want to. It all culminates in a Game Of Thrones finale.
Watch the opening bit here and check out the list of nominees and winners just below.
ABC begins this fall season with a new president in charge (Channing Dungey) and a handful of popular shows (long-running Grey’s Anatomy and Modern Family), but with a lot of sore spots. Last season saw several renewals, but none of them were breakout hits. Expect ABC to come back swinging with a few surefire contenders for most buzz-worthy, and hopefully, with solid ratings that actually sustain the series.
This edition of Disney In Depth previews the potential success – and failure, unfortunately, in a few cases – of ABC’s Fall 2016 Schedule, both new and returning shows.
This week, Dwayne and Andy are again joined by Greg Davies (from TARDISBlend, Blendover, and Heavy Metal Historian podcasts) as we discuss: Valve‘s VR headset is unveiled, the most funded project on Kickstarter, the FCC defends Net Neutrality, Blade Runner 2, and we say goodbye to sci-fi legend Leonard Nimoy…
There’s something wholly amusing about taking something popular and re-editing it to look like it belongs in a completely different genre than it does. It’s been done plenty of times before, and it’s been done again here with the hit sitcom Modern Family.
Scriptwrecked has taken the comedy and put together a lengthy five-minute-long movie trailer presenting it as a new horror movie along the same lines of an Orphan or The Good Son.
Having not seen the show it’s assumed that this video is not as funny as it could be, but for those of you who do watch you’ll surely get a kick out of the video, which can be seen below.
Every day, Amazon offers up “Lightning Deals,” limited quantities of various products for a discounted price for a 4-hour window of time. You have to be on the lookout for these deals and once the item runs out within that four hours, the sale is over. Meaning, if you see something on sale that you want, buy it immediately before it’s gone.
Typically you don’t know what will be on sale until the minute it gets posted, but as part of their Holiday event, Amazon has released this week’s Lightning Deal schedule for Movies & TV on DVD and Blu-ray. See below for a list of today’s deals — which begin at 5:30am PST and run through 9:30pm PST — along with more information on how these special deals work. The last deal goes up at 5:30pm PST.
There’s also TONS of extremely low prices and great deals on DVDs and Blu-rays right now, so visit the TOP HOLIDAY DEALS page to see the wide selection.
Also, Amazon’s Blu-ray box set deal of the week is the Glee: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Edition for only $34.99 (that’s 50% off the list price of $69.99). The TV Deal of the Week is Married…with Children: The Complete Series DVD box set for only $116.99 (that’s 53% off the list price of $250.95). Both deals are valid only for this week through December 18, 2010.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2010
5:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. PST
The Spy Next Door (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo) Blu-ray – $16.99
Afro Samurai: Resurrection – Director’s Cut DVD – $7.49