Entertainment To-Do List: Week of 3/10/23

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Oscar, Oscar, & Oscar (CREDIT: Matt Sayles/ABC)

Every week, I list all the upcoming (or recently released) movies, TV shows, albums, podcasts, etc. that I believe are worth checking out.

Champions (Theaters)
Scream VI (Theaters)

-95th Academy Awards (March 12 on ABC) – Time to give out some Oscars.
Superman & Lois Season 3 Premiere (March 14 on The CW)
Ted Lasso Season 3 Premiere (March 15 on Apple TV+)

-Miley Cyrus, Endless Summer Vacation
-Fever Ray, Radical Romantics

-Men’s March Madness (March 14-April 3 on CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV) – And Selection Sunday is on March 12.
-Women’s March Madness (March 15-April 2 on ESPN and ABC)

Entertainment To-Do List: Week of 7/23/21

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Every week, I list all the upcoming (or recently released) movies, TV shows, albums, podcasts, etc. that I believe are worth checking out.

Old (Theaters) – Shyamalan on the Beach.

Ted Lasso Season 2 Premiere (July 23 on Apple TV+)

-David Crosby, For Free
-Jackson Browne, Downhill from Everywhere

-2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics (July 23-August 8 on the NBC family of networks) – Thousands of hours of athletics, hopefully not as many infections.


Jmunney’s 2021 Emmy Wish List, Part 1: Comedy

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CREDIT: YouTube Screenshot

It’s that time again! The 2021 Emmy nominations will be announced on July 13, which means I’ve got a Wish List for the nommy noms I’d most like to see! In case you’re wondering, I haven’t held myself to any minimum or maximum number of entrants per category, nor do I strictly adhere to official Emmy rules. (I’ve included explanations for my deviations.) And of course, I must mention that I haven’t seen everything, so there are probably some worthy considerations I may have missed. First up: Comedy and Animation.

Almost every single one of my Comedy Series preferences from last year is not eligible this year, whether because of series finales or longer-than-average breaks in between successive seasons. Luckily we have a plethora of streaming services to fill the gaps, and plenty of them are represented here. We’ve got Hulu! We’ve got Peacock! We’ve got Apple TV+! We’ve even got that dang HBO Max. There’s also some room for basic cable in the form of Syfy’s Resident Alien. And it looks like for the first time since I’ve been making Emmy Wish Lists, there is no broadcast network series making my cut (although one of my choices began as an NBC show and another is a reboot of an NBC show).

In the acting categories, it’s an absolute embarrassment of riches in the Lead Actress category, with every one of the ladies I’ve selected giving the performances they were born to play. That’s also true of Alan Tudyk, who’s my easy winner in the Lead Actor field. (He’s an alien … pretending to be a human! Can you imagine?!) Over in Supporting, it’s a mix of newbies and usual suspects, with plenty of sitcoms really making full use of their deep ensembles these days.

Bold=My winner
*=I have placed this nominee in a different category than the Emmy ballot.

Comedy Series
A.P. Bio
Resident Alien
Saved by the Bell
Search Party