I was originally the No.9 member when Tom O'Neil launched GOLDDERBY back in the spring of 2001. Many other members, throughout this more-than-a-decade period, have been superb at having contributed insightful and valuable informationâ€”along with their perspectivesâ€”on the topics that have been discussed. It has all made for a pleasurable and high-quality Web site.
Sep 15, 2011
Feb 10, 2020
I have recently followed and watched member bandstandmike’s uploaded episodes of CBS’s Guiding Light to YouTube. He runs a 26-year parallel to the current month. As we are about to enter February 2020, bandstandmike will make available episodes from the month of February 1994.
Marj Dusay took over the reactivated role of Alexandra Spaulding in…[Read more]
The ’90s Are Back: 1991, 1992, and 1993 (and 1994) Best Actor Oscar winners Anthony Hopkins, Al Pacino, and Tom Hanks are in one category, Best Supporting Actor—with 1990 Best Supporting Actor Joe Pesci—and the favorite is the one who hasn’t yet won for acting, Brad Pitt (first nominated in 1995).
We have a realignment going on in which people are using television differently. That it continues on a trajectory toward streaming. There is reaction.
The broadcast networks are still dealing with their traditional model in their business. The episodes count for original series are under the traditional model. Say, 22 to 24 episodes per…[Read more]
DS0816 replied to the topic No Pre-Noms Announcement for Next Year's Emmys? (And Other Interesting Notes) in the forum Daytime TV 2 months, 2 weeks ago
This is encouraging me to not care about the next Daytime Emmys. I don’t enjoy mentioning this. I have followed for 35 consecutive years (since 1985). Even in years—applicable to the most recent—in which I did not watch much of daytime programming (like soaps). But, when decisions like these are made…it gives an impression that a statement is bein…[Read more]
Most of the recent ones to reach the Triple Crown ended up with also having won each in lead-acting categories.
I don’t know.
Two names, other than specifically Glenn Close, spring to mind: Denzel Washington (Oscar and Tony winner) and Bryan Cranston (Emmy and Tony winner). Denzel needs a television production which gives him the potential. B…[Read more]
DS0816 replied to the topic Daytime Emmys to Combine Younger Actress and Actor Awards Into One Gender Neutra in the forum Daytime TV 3 months, 2 weeks ago
I think it is important to distinguish between whether an actor or actress carries a lead or a supporting role.
I am good with guest roles. (I like that in both daytime and prime-time. I wish prime-time would bring back performance categories—more than one—in variety and not make them compete in other fields.)
The categorical levels are gre…[Read more]
My guess: It has to do with generally more opportunity.
Grammy. Oscar. Tony. Emmy. That was the calendar order of their completion here in 2019. Please rank them, for whatever reasons (like with the awards’ outcomes and/or the ceremonies), from 1 to 4. (Thank you!)