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Big Brother 20

Big Brother 20

To make your predictions for each LIVE episode of "Big Brother," click on each question above. Below: Grab a contender from the left column and add it to the right column by clicking on the green + symbol. For the winner question, rank contenders based on likelihood of winning. Make your first picks now and then click "SAVE & NEXT" to jump to the next category. Change them later as often as you wish. Read contest rules. WEEKLY PRIZE: $100 Amazon gift certificate.
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Emmy Awards 2015

Emmy Awards 2015

The lavish fantasy epic "Game of Thrones" is once again the most nominated show at the Emmys. Following on last year's leading 19 bids, it picked up a whopping 24 this year including repeat nominations for Best Drama Series, Drama Supporting Actor (Peter Dinklage), Drama Supporting Actress (Lena Headey) and Drama Guest Actress (Diana Rigg) and the return of 2013 nominee Emilia Clarke.  For the complete list of nominations, click here. "Mad Men," which hit an all-time low last year with just eight nominations, rebounded this year for its final season. The four-time Best Drama Series champ improved to 11 bids, including a return to the Best Drama race, as well as Drama Actor (Jon Hamm), Drama Actress (Elisabeth Moss), Drama Supporting Actress (Christina Hendricks) and two writing nods. It hasn't claimed a single Emmy since 2011, and none of its actors have ever won.  "House of Cards" is down to 11 nominations from last year's 13, including repeat nods for Best Drama Series, Drama Actor (Kevin Spacey) and Drama Actress (Robin Wright). "Downton Abbey," which has been an Emmys darling since it competed in movie/miniseries categories in 2011, earned only eight nominations for its penultimate season, including Drama Series, Drama Supporting Actor (Jim Carter) and Drama Supporting Actress (Joanne Froggatt). Shockingly, two-time champ Maggie Smith was snubbed. Among high-profile newcomers, "Breaking Bad" spinoff "Better Call Saul," earned seven nominations, including Drama Series, Drama Actor (Bob Odenkirk) and Drama Supporting Actor (Jonathan Banks). However, "Empire," was limited to just three nominations, including Drama Actress (Taraji P. Henson). "Orange is the New Black" -- which had done well in the comedy categories last year -- dropped to just four nominations, including Best Drama Series, Drama Supporting Actress (Uzo Aduba) and Drama Guest Actor (Pablo Schreiber). Rounding out the Drama Series race is 2012 champ "Homeland," which is up for four awards.  Leading the comedy races is "Transparent," which put Amazon Prime on the map with 11 nominations, including for Best Comedy Series, Comedy Actor (Jeffrey Tambor), Comedy Supporting Actress (Gaby Hoffmann) and Comedy Guest Actor (Bradley Whitford). Five-time Best Comedy Series champ "Modern Family" had its worst showing ever, down from 10 to six nominations this year, including Best Comedy, Comedy Supporting Actor (Ty Burrell) and Comedy Supporting Actress (Julie Bowen). "Veep" had improved its nominations haul every year thus far, peaking last year with nine. For its fourth season, it again earned nine nominations, including Best Comedy Series, Comedy Actress (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who has won the last three years in a row), Comedy Supporting Actor (Tony Hale) and Comedy Supporting Actress (Anna Chlumsky). Can it take down "Modern Family"? "Silicon Valley" is up to seven from five nominations for its freshman season, including a return to the Best Comedy Series lineup. With "Orange is the New Black" moving to drama, Netflix had two new comedies waiting in the wings: "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" and "Grace and Frankie." Of those, "Schmidt" did better with seven nominations for Best Comedy Series, Comedy Supporting Actor (Tituss Burgess) and Supporting Actress (Jane Krakowski) and guest-acting bids for Jon Hamm and co-creator Tina Fey. "Grace and Frankie," however, also managed to reap a Comedy Actress nominations for Lily Tomlin, leaving Oscar champ Jane Fonda and Emmy favorites Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston out in the cold.  Rounding out the Comedy Series race are "Louie" (six nominations) and Parks and Recreation" (3 nominations). In longform categories, each previous season of FX's anthology series "American Horror Story" led the movie/miniseries field with 17 nominations each time. "American Horror Story Freak Show" did even better, with a massive haul of 19 bids: including Best Limited Series, Movie/Limited Series Actress (Jessica Lange, who won last year for "AHS: Coven"), Movie/Limited Supporting Actor (Denis O'Hare and Finn Wittrock) and Movie/Limited Supporting Actress (Angela Bassett, Sarah Paulson and last year's winner Kathy Bates). "Olive Kitteridge" earned 13 nominations, including the expected bids for the two-parter, leads Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins and supporting actor Bill Murray. "American Crime" scored 10 nominations, including Best Limited Series, leads #Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton and supporting actress Regina King.   Joining them in the Limited Series race are "Wolf Hall" (seven nominations) and "The Honorable Woman" with four, including Movie/Limited Actress (Maggie Gyllenhaal).  The period biopic "Bessie," the frontrunner for Best TV Movie, also excelled with 12 nominations, including that top category, as well as Movie/Limited Actress (Queen Latifah), Movie/Limited Supporting Actor (Michael Kenneth Williams) and Movie/Limited Supporting Actress (MoNique).
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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 4’

Big Brother 17 ‘Week 4’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 3’

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So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 20 Week’

So You Think You Can Dance ‘Top 20 Week’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 2’

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Big Brother 17 ‘Week 1’

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TCA Awards 2015

TCA Awards 2015

The Television Critics Assn., which is composed primarily of print and web writers, announced the nominees for their 31st annual awards on June 4. Winners will be announced in a ceremony at the Beverly Hilton on August 8 during the summer press tour. Ratings smash “Empire” and the Golden Globe-winning “Transparent” lead with four bids apiece. Each contends for both Program of the Year and Best New Program. “Empire” is also up for Best Drama Series and Best Individual Achievement in Drama (Taraji P. Henson), while “Transparent” is nominated for Best Comedy Series and Best Comedy Individual Achievement in Comedy (Jeffrey Tambor). After being snubbed last year, the final season of “Mad Men” earned its first Drama Series nomination since 2013 and its first Program and Individual Achievement (Jon Hamm) nominations since 2012. Also up for Program of the Year are 2012 champion “Game of Thrones” and “The Americans." The four dramas nominated for Program of the Year also contend for Best Drama Series, as does “Justified”, for the first time since 2012. The Best Comedy Series lineup was almost completely overhauled from last year, with only “The Big Bang Theory” returning. Besides “Transparent," two other freshman series -- “Jane the Virgin" and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” -- reaped bids, as did the third season of sketch show “Inside Amy Schumer”. Last year’s Comedy Series co-winners “Louie” and “Veep” were omitted. Also snubbed (again) is "Silicon Valley," recently named Best Comedy Series by the Critics' Choice Television Awards, whose voting membership only slightly overlaps with that of the TCA. (The TCA has nominated CCTA Best Drama Series winner "The Americans".)  The two CCTA comedy leading performance winners --  Amy Schumer ("Inside Amy Schumer") and Tambor ("Transparent") -- were cited here for Best Individual Achievement in Comedy. Competing against them are last year’s winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Veep”), as well as rookies Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) and Constance Wu (“Fresh Off the Boat”). With four actresses nominated (and the lone actor playing a transgendered woman), this is the most female-heavy the category has ever been in its 19-year history; indeed, the nominees were exclusively male three times over the first decade (1997, 2001, 2004). Among the men squeezed out this year was 2012 and 2013 winner Louis C.K. ("Louie"). The 2013 winner on the drama side -- Tatiana Maslany ("Orphan Black") -- was also left off the list this year. Both of the CCTA drama leading performance winners -- Henson ("Empire") and Bob Odenkirk (“Better Call Saul”) -- reaped bids, as did fellow newcomer Viola Davis (“How to Get Away with Murder”), 2011 winner Hamm (“Mad Men”) and perennial also-ran Matthew Rhys (“The Americans”).   The shows of two of those three newcomers ("Better Call Saul" and "Empire") contend for Best New Program against "Jane the Virgin", “Transparent” and superhero drama “The Flash." Missing from this list is Best Comedy Series nominee “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”. Last year’s New Program winner “Orange is the New Black,” which also contended then for Program of the Year, was shut out by the TCA for its second season.  Similarly forgotten was “Parks and Recreation” for its final season, which had been nominated for Individual Achievement (Amy Poehler) last year and won Best Comedy Series in 2013.
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Survivor #31.01 ‘Second Chance’

Survivor #31.01 ‘Second Chance’

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Game of Thones #5.10 ‘Mother’s Mercy’

Game of Thones #5.10 ‘Mother’s Mercy’

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Game of Thones #5.09 ‘The Dance of Dragons’

Game of Thones #5.09 ‘The Dance of Dragons’

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Game of Thones #5.08 ‘Hardhome’

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Critics Choice TV Awards 2015

Critics Choice TV Awards 2015

As it does at the Emmys, HBO dominated the the nominations for the Critics' Choice TV Awards announced by the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. on Wednesday. The paycaster's programming earned 27 bids in all, including five for the acclaimed "Olive Kitteridge." (Click here for the complete list of nominations.) "Olive Kitteridge" is up for Best Limited Series, Best Movie/Limited Series Actress (Frances McDormand), Best Movie/Limited Series Actor (Richard Jenkins) and twice for Best Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actor (Bill Murray and Cory Michael Smith). And the upcoming telefilm "Bessie," about the life and career of legendary singer Bessie Smith, also did well for HBO with four nominations: Best TV Movie, Best Movie/Limited Series Actress (Queen Latifah) and two for Best Movie/Limited Series Supporting Actress (Khandi Alexander and Mo'Nique). FX reaped 16 nominations in all led by "Justified" -- which tied "Olive Kitteridge" as the year's most nominated program -- with five bids including Best Drama. The crime series ended its six-season run in April and enjoys its best showing ever with these kudos. Indeed, it hadn't been cited in the top category since 2011. Not far behind for FX is the Cold War drama "The Americans," which contends in four categories: Best Drama, Best Drama Actor (Matthew Rhys), Best Drama Actress (Keri Russell) and Best Drama Guest (Lois Smith). However, while the cable net's "American Horror Story: Freak Show" earned three acting nominations -- lead actress Jessica Lange and supporting performers Finn Wittrock and Sarah Paulson -- it was the first installment of this anthology to be snubbed for Best Drama Series.  Among network TV fare, "The Good Wife" was tops, with four nominations: Best Drama, Best Drama Actress (Julianna Margulies), Best Drama Supporting Actress (Christine Baranski) and Best Drama Guest (Linda Lavin). "Transparent" also has four bids. The Golden Globe-winning Amazon series contends for Best Comedy, Best Comedy Actor (Jeffrey Tambor), Best Comedy Supporting Actress (Judith Light) and Best Comedy Guest (Bradley Whitford). The PBS historical drama "Wolf Hall" was cited for Best Limited Series along with acting bids for lead Mark Rylance and supporting players Jonathan Pryce and Claire Foy. Just like the Emmys, Critics' Choice moved "Orange is the New Black" from comedy into drama despite it having won the top laffer award last year as well as two of its other three races.  This time it's limited to two bids, Best Drama and for supporting actress Lorraine Toussaint. FOX's ratings juggernaut "Empire" made an impact, earning nominations for Best Drama and Best Drama Actress (Taraji P. Henson). And the CW scored for its outlandish soap, "Jane the Virgin," which was singled out in three races: Best Comedy, Best Comedy Actress (Gina Rodriguez) and Best Comedy Supporting Actor (Jaime Camil). Showtime's "Homeland" made a comeback after being shut out last year. It's back in the Best Drama race, and Mandy Patinkin picked up his first nomination for Best Drama Supporting Actor. Leading Emmy contender "House of Cards" was snubbed in all categories. This Netflix political drama has never been that popular with these kudos, earning just three nominations in total for its first two seasons. By comparison, it has contended twice for Best Drama Series at the Emmys and reaped repeat bids there for stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright.  More surprising is the absence of Tatiana Maslany for "Orphan Black." She had won Best Drama Actress the last two years running for playing multiple roles in BBC America's sci-fi series.  The BTJA also turned its back on "Mad Men" for its farewell season. The AMC period series had won Best Drama in 2011 and airs its final episode on May 17.
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Game of Thones #5.07 ‘The Gift’

Game of Thones #5.07 ‘The Gift’

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Survivor #30.14 ‘It’s A Fickle, Fickle Game’

Survivor #30.14 ‘It’s A Fickle, Fickle Game’

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Survivor #31.00 ‘Top 20 Revealed’

Survivor #31.00 ‘Top 20 Revealed’

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Dancing with the Stars #20.10 ‘Finals’

Dancing with the Stars #20.10 ‘Finals’

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The Voice ‘Season 8 Finale’

The Voice ‘Season 8 Finale’

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The Amazing Race #26.12 ‘Monster Truck Heroes’

The Amazing Race #26.12 ‘Monster Truck Heroes’

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Game of Thones #5.06 ‘Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken’

Game of Thones #5.06 ‘Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken’

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Survivor #30.13 ‘My Word is My Bond’

Survivor #30.13 ‘My Word is My Bond’

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American Idol ‘Season 14 Finale’

American Idol ‘Season 14 Finale’

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The Voice ‘Top 5 Week’

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Dancing with the Stars #20.09 ‘Semi-Finals’

Dancing with the Stars #20.09 ‘Semi-Finals’

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The Amazing Race #26.11 ‘In It to Win It’

The Amazing Race #26.11 ‘In It to Win It’

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Survivor #30.12 ‘Holding on For Dear Life’

Survivor #30.12 ‘Holding on For Dear Life’

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