TV Land Emmy FYC mailer showcases ‘Younger,’ ‘Nobodies,’ ‘Teachers,’ ‘Lopez’ & ‘Throwing Shade’

TV Land’s prestige dramedy “Younger” is front and center in their FYC Emmy mailer that’s been shipped to the entire TV academy membership of 20,000. Other programs currently being viewed Emmy voters for awards consideration include “Nobodies,” “Teachers,” “Lopez” and “Throwing Shade.” A link is also provided in the sleek FYC package for voters to watch all original TV Land programming at their online screening room.

The entire first season of “Younger” Season 3, which continues to star Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, is submitted on two DVDs: #301 “A Kiss is Just A Kiss,” #302 “The Marshmallow Experiment,” #303 “Last Days of Books,” #304 “A Night at the Opera,” #305 “P is for Pancake,” #306 “Me, Myself, and O,” #307 “Ladies Who Lust,” #308 “What’s Up, Dock?,” #309 “Summer Friday,” #310 “Pigeons, Parrots & Storks,” #311 “A Book Fair To Remember” and #312 “Get Real.”

The debut season of half-hour comedy “Nobodies,” produced by Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone, has shipped off its first three episodes: #101 “Mr. First Lady,” #102 “The Rat, the Cheese and the Trap” and #103 “Seeing Someone.” Watch our fun “Nobodies” interview with all three of the show’s lead stars: Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf and Rachel Ramras.

Season 2 of “Teachers,” which Vanity Fair describes as “‘Seinfeld’-esque with a dash of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,'” has entered the following 10 half-hour episodes on two discs: #201 “First Day Back,” #202 “Stranger Danger,” #203 “Getting Drilled,” #204 “School Sweet School,” #205 “Held Back,” #206 “Snap Judgement,” #207 “Brokebitch Mountain,” #208 “Thirty-One and Done,” #209 “In Security” and #210 “Lunchtime! The Musical.”

Comedic genius George Lopez is back on TV Land for the second season of his darkly funny “Lopez,” with the episode #201 “Leaving Las Vegas” being submitted on a single DVD. And the first six episodes of “Throwing Shade,” a politically incorrect podcast television show hosted by Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi, are included on TV Land’s final disc.

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