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  • Ghost
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    #301211

    Some of you like NPH, some didn’t. I’m in the latter, he should stick to the Tony’s. All I can say is next year’s host HAS to be better. Since it’ll be on NBC next year, I’m guessing Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host.

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    unsunganthem
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    #301213

    If it’s on NBC, I’m betting Jimmy Fallon.

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    outsider
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    #301214

    It will probably be Jimmy Fallon.

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    vinny
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    #301215

    Jimmy Fallon, Amy and Tina, Sean Hayes, and Seth Meyers all have a good shot at hosting since its on NBC

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    DamianWayne
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    #301216

    C&P’ing what Boomer said about this topic last night:

    For those of you hoping Tina and Amy host next year’s Emmys on NBC, it will not happen. It is part of Jimmy Fallon’s contract that he hosts the Emmys anytime it is on his network. Same goes for Jimmy Kimmel at ABC. The only mystery years going forward are FOX and CBS.

    So there you go. Tina said her and Amy were offered to host the Globes again, so there’s that. 

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    Ghost
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    #301217

    C&P’ing what Boomer said about this topic last night:

    [quote]For those of you hoping Tina and Amy host next year’s Emmys on NBC, it will not happen. It is part of Jimmy Fallon’s contract that he hosts the Emmys anytime it is on his network. Same goes for Jimmy Kimmel at ABC. The only mystery years going forward are FOX and CBS.

    So there you go. Tina said her and Amy were offered to host the Globes again, so there’s that. [/quote]
    Ok, thanks for answering. At least we’re getting a good host 

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    bondzzz
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    #301218

    I actually enjoyed Jimmy Fallon when he hosted the first time so hopefully he will do better this time. NPH was great the first time, but this year was not up to that standard. But also prob not entirely his fault though too. 

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    #301219

    I prefer a funny/comedian with an opening traditional monologue as opposed to this song and dance malarkey (and this is coming from a musical theatre fan). Leave that to the Tonys. The Emmys should stick to what they know. They also need to focus more on the awards and give longer speech times to recipients, and cut all the other bull. Keep the memoriam section to the usual slideshow no songs/dances. Maybe have a video with interviews/behind the scenes of designing sets/costumes but no other crap.

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    #301220

    Tonys: Neil Patrick Harris
    Emmys: Jimmy Fallon
    Golden Globes: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey

    These people know how to appeal to the audience and tempo of their particular awards show perfectly. Do not mess with perfection. I’m not even gonna touch the Oscars. 

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    #301221

    either jimmy fallon or seth meyers

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    #301222

    One of the problems I had with this year’s Oscars and Emmys was all the singing and dancing, but fortunately we have returning hosts for both next year.

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    #301223

    Me too!!  Drop the singing and dancing.  Make it about the awards.  Get a comedian to host.  Neil Patrick Harris was awful.  The show sucked.  It was worse than a bore; it was embarassing.  I’d love to hear the honest reactions of people at the ceremony…God it must’ve been torture.  I ended up watching Breaking Bad as it aired, and then realized I only missed a few key awards, and mostly just the singing and dancing and the Kennedy assassination stuff (hasn’t that been over done?  jeeze).

    I think the networks have an overbearing influence on how bad the awards shows are, asking for songs and gimmicks to draw a younger demographic (none of which ever works).  Maybe that’s also why their own shows never get nominated?  It’s just so bad.  Do the producers ever watch old shows?  Do they try to learn from past mistakes?  When was the last time an awards show was actually a huge success from a production standpoint???

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    #301224

    Yeah the singing and dancing has got to stop. The majority of people watching do not give a shit for these numbers and 99.9% of them have no place being there in the first place.

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    KT
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    #301225

    I think the last awards show I enjoyed watching, and this is a long time ago now, were the 2004 Oscars, when Lord of the Rings won.

    Billy Crystal was fantastic

    They nailed the Katharine Hepburn tribute

    The songs were good, with Annie Lennox performing “Into the West”

    The awards went to the right films, Lord of the Rings sweeping the board

    They had a mix of good presenters (directors with Steven Spielberg and Francis Ford Coppola; comedians with Robin Williams; actors with Angelina Jolie, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ian McKellen; and legends coming back to the stage with Sean Connery)  

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    #301226

    Neil Patrick Harris was plenty competent, which was slightly better than the “competent” level that I was expecting.

    This is old news, but I do not know why they brought back Harris over Craig Ferguson, whose show could really use a boost especially in the wake of Jimmy Fallon departing the timeslot.  They also could have gone with someone like Melissa McCarthy who is on CBS and is a hip choice.  Harris is just a tired choice.

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