I am finalizing the tally for the nominees (knock on wood), and with the nominations two nights away, here are some blind items to keep you Derby-ites excited until then: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/54515778520/the-13th-annual-bryan-award-nominations-the-blind.
EDIT: In regards to Question # 8 (I need to go edit a couple of posts on that blog, including that one), I forgot the second half of # 8, and that is one of the nominees for Best Miniseries/Movie’s one and only nomination is in that category.
Eligibility Period: June 1-May 31 (same as Emmys)
Winners will be announced starting in Mid-August.
The Bryan Awards will air on August 19, 26, & Labor Day (September 2). The technical winners will be announced on August 9, one month from today.
Some of the winners are: http://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/57811144880/candelabra-leads-all-programs-with-7-bryan
I’ve been really swamped, producing the Awards ceremony, but here are the MAJOR WINNERS:
Your Variety Series Champ
Added bonus – Sports Moment of the Year
– Louis C.K. is the BIGGEST individual LOSER this year, losing ALL six of his individual nominations this year. Amy Schumer was a close second, going 0-for-5.
– Behind the Candelabra won the most awards with 11. DAYS (of Our Lives) won the second most with eight.
– The Big Bang Theory is only the second CBS show to win for Comedy or Drama.
– CBS (Survivor, CSI: Miami, Joan of Arcadia, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-0, 2 Broke Girls, Elementary, I might be missing a few) and F/X (Nip/Tuck, AHS, The Americans, Legit) are still winless in the New Series category.
Hour # 3 of the Bryan Awards features the final 12 categories: The 13th Annual Bryan Awards (Part 3 of 3)