Daytime drama shows – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 05:28:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://daytimeemmys.tv/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-27-120x120.png Daytime drama shows – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ 32 32 Kenny Golladay shows he’s annoyed with Brian Daboll for playing time https://daytimeemmys.tv/kenny-golladay-shows-hes-annoyed-with-brian-daboll-for-playing-time/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 20:17:49 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/kenny-golladay-shows-hes-annoyed-with-brian-daboll-for-playing-time/ Kenny Golladay, New York Giants. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) 3 NY Giants free agents could sign to rock Brian Daboll’s freshman year by Braulio Perez Another day, another twist in the soap opera that is Kenny Golladay’s life with the New York Giants. Golladay, on his four-year, $72 million contract, is unhappy with his […]]]>

NY Giants WR Kenny Golladay not happy with involvement in offense

“The general manager, the head coach, all these coaches keep saying ‘you’re doing everything right, you’re behaving the right way’. Like I said, it’s a bit confusing,” Golladay said.

Just by looking at Golladay’s body language in this clip, you can tell he’s had enough of what’s going on in East Rutherford. He didn’t like his tally against Carolina, a game the Giants managed to win, which now has them at 2-0. Golladay looked sharp in practice on Wednesday, but you have to wonder what part of the pitch he will see during Monday Night Football.

Daboll and Schoen are probably not going to like this interview with Golladay. At the same time, it’s up to Daboll to make sure he takes on the guys who give the G-Men the best chance to win there. Daboll felt David Sills and Richie James were the best options and NY recorded the Week 2 win.

Will it be the same against the Cowboys in Week 3? The less Golladay sees, the more frustrated he will be. He was even asked whether or not he would ask East Rutherford for a trade, being told he would see how things go. These are not the words of a broad who is content with his current situation. One can only hope things will change for Golladay, but there’s not a ton of optimism for that to happen.

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The Price Is Right’s Bob Barker Has Hosted More Game Shows Than You Probably Think https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-price-is-rights-bob-barker-has-hosted-more-game-shows-than-you-probably-think/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 02:38:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-price-is-rights-bob-barker-has-hosted-more-game-shows-than-you-probably-think/ Before “The Price Is Right” came into his life, Barker was the host of “Truth or Consequences.” In 1956, Barker was hired to host the show, in which contestants performed stunts, and if they failed one, they were given a series of quick questions to answer. Barker hosted the competition series until 1974, meaning there […]]]>

Before “The Price Is Right” came into his life, Barker was the host of “Truth or Consequences.” In 1956, Barker was hired to host the show, in which contestants performed stunts, and if they failed one, they were given a series of quick questions to answer. Barker hosted the competition series until 1974, meaning there were several years of overlap with his time hosting “The Price Is Right” since he was hired for that gig in 1972.

Before hitting television, “Truth or Consequences” was actually broadcast on NBC radio and directed by Ralph Edwards from 1940 to 1957, according to the Daytime Television Encyclopedia. Other television hosts besides Barker came, including Edwards, Jack Bailey, Steve Dunne, Bob Hilton and Larry Anderson. It was also later adapted for British television as “Would I lie to you?” Hosted by Steve Penk, the adaptation aired from 1998 to 1999.

Barker knew about the “Truth or Consequences” radio show before he became a host and he considered Ralph Edwards an influence and one of the biggest figures in television entertainment, the host told the Television Academy Foundation.

According to Barker in the same interview, Edwards came up with the idea to hire Barker after he was unhappy with the host auditions and turned on his car radio and heard Barker’s voice.

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Networks’ new fall shows aren’t great, which isn’t good for local stations https://daytimeemmys.tv/networks-new-fall-shows-arent-great-which-isnt-good-for-local-stations/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 13:01:54 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/networks-new-fall-shows-arent-great-which-isnt-good-for-local-stations/ I’ve been writing about new fall broadcast network shows since 1990, and I’ve never been more excited about the lineup than I am right now. That’s, in large part, because the huge corporations that own the broadcast networks have decided their future is in streaming. Thus, they are less interested and less likely to pour […]]]>

I’ve been writing about new fall broadcast network shows since 1990, and I’ve never been more excited about the lineup than I am right now.

That’s, in large part, because the huge corporations that own the broadcast networks have decided their future is in streaming. Thus, they are less interested and less likely to pour money into broadcast shows.

And you have to wonder how this is going to affect local TV stations across the country, including here in Utah.

It’s a kind of self-fulfilling prophecy. Disney (ABC), Paramount Global (CBS), Comcast (NBC) and Fox air less-than-glitter shows, which draw fewer and fewer viewers, leaving local affiliates — including KUTV-Ch. 2, KTVX-Ch. 4, KSL-Ch. 5 and KSTU-Ch. 13 in Salt Lake City – without the kind of support they have enjoyed in decades past.

How bad is it? Apparently, NBC is considering giving the last hour of prime time back to its affiliates – 9-10pm MT Monday through Saturday. In that case, don’t be surprised if KSL-Channel 5 adds another hour of local news. Because the zillions of hours of local TV hours that are currently airing on local stations just aren’t enough.

OK, that’s only about 33 hours of local TV news per weekday on local stations. And that’s not counting simulcasts, reruns and locally produced magazines.

But when it comes to entertainment shows on the networks, the fall season is pretty bleak. There is nothing fresh and innovative. It’s not all terrible – there are some seemingly good shows – but it’s more comfort food on TV than something that will challenge the palate.

Sunday

“The danger of celebrities!” (7 p.m., ABC/Ch. 4) • Mayim Bialik hosts a prime-time version that—you guessed it! – presents famous candidates. (Premieres September 25)

“Family law” (8 p.m., The CW/Ch. 30) • This Canadian import is a mundane legal drama about a lawyer with a troubled personal life who joins her father’s firm and works with her half-siblings. Its good. (October 2)

“East New York” (8 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2): Perfectly fine but all-too-familiar crime drama that centers on the new boss of a Brooklyn neighborhood (Amanda Warren) who faces resistance because of her gender. (October 2)

Monday

“Quantum Leap” (8 p.m., NBC/Ch. 5): This sequel to the 1989-93 original features Raymond Song as a new scientist following in the footsteps of Scott Bakula’s character, jumping through time. I can’t tell you if it’s any good, because NBC scrapped the original pilot and shot a new one, which it hasn’t shown to critics as of yet. (September 19)

Tuesday

“Monarch” (Launched Sept. 11; airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on Fox/Ch. 13): I Like Me A Good Primetime Soap. Unfortunately it is not. He wants to be a cross between “Dallas” and “Empire,” with a family of country music stars, but that’s just dumb, predictable, and lame. (September 20)

“The Recruit: The Feds” (9 p.m., ABC/Ch. 4) • I’ll be the first to tell you that I like “The Rookie, even though it’s not a great detective series. It’s kind of the same thing. It works largely because Niecy Nash-Betts is so likeable as a middle-aged woman/newly minted FBI agent. It’s funny. (September 27)

“The Winchesters” (8 p.m., The CW/Ch. 30): I watched all 327 episodes of “Supernatural” from 2005 to 2020, even though it was getting increasingly confusing and, at the same time, repetitive. This prequel is set in the early 1970s and features Sam and Dean’s parents from “Supernatural” hunting monsters and demons. It’s definitely repetitive and unnecessary. (October 11)

“Professionals” (9 p.m., The CW/Ch.30). This Irish/South African series is about a security specialist (Smallville alum Tom Welling) who is hired by a billionaire (Brendan Fraser) after a rocket explodes at launch. It’s really bad. (October 11)

Wednesday

“The True Love Boat” (8 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2): Husband and wife Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn host this dating/contest show that takes place on a cruise ship. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it has yet to be previewed for reviewers. (October 5)

Thursday

“So Help Me Todd” (9:00 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2): A successful lawyer (Marcia Gay Harden) hires her scoundrel son (Skylar Astin) to be her investigator in this legal comedy/drama. I love the stars, but the writing of the pilot just isn’t good. (September 29)

“Walker: Independence” (9 p.m., The CW/Ch. 30) • This “Walker” prequel, set in the late 1800s, centers on Abby Walker (Katherine McNamara), who travels from Boston to Texas to start a new life. when her husband is murdered. It’s a ridiculous attempt to make a Western with modern sensibilities, and it fails in almost every way. (October 6)

“Alaska Daily” (9 p.m., ABC/Ch. 4): Hilary Swank stars as a high-powered New York investigative reporter who is fired from her job when she bases a report on documents that turn out to be fakes. . She lands in Alaska, works for a daily newspaper and does what she does best. There hasn’t been a successful show on a newspaper since “Lou Grant,” which ended 40 years ago – but this one might just work. That’s probably low praise, but it’s the best new show on the broadcast networks this fall. (October 6)

Friday

“Land of Fire” (8 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2) • Seeking an early release from prison, a convict (Max Theriot) joins a firefighting team — but he never expected to be sent to his hometown in Northern California, where a soap opera ensues. There are things to like about it, but the mix just isn’t right, one way or another. Maybe they will understand. (October 7)

(Casey Durkin | NBC) Mayan Lopez as Mayan and George Lopez as George in “Lopez vs. Lopez.”

“Lopez vs. Lopez” (8 p.m., NBC/Ch. 5): George Lopez and his real-life daughter, Mayan, star as a father and daughter who make TikTok videos and argue in this throwback sitcom (and not the common sense). At best, it’s mildly amusing. At worst, it’s just painful. (Nov 4)

Saturday

“Criss Angel: Magic with the Stars” (8 p.m., The CW/Ch. 30): Celebrities learn how to perform magic tricks and present them to the judges. Including Angel. It was not available for preview. (October 22)

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Fall 2022 TV Air Dates for New and Returning Shows https://daytimeemmys.tv/fall-2022-tv-air-dates-for-new-and-returning-shows/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 21:50:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/fall-2022-tv-air-dates-for-new-and-returning-shows/ Wednesday September 218 p.m.: The Conners8:30 p.m.: The Goldbergs9 p.m.: Abbott Elementary School9:31 p.m.: Domestical economy10 p.m.: big sky Friday September 238 p.m.: shark tank9:01 p.m.: 20/20 (two o’clock) Sunday September 258 p.m.: Celebrity danger!9 p.m.: celebrity wheel of fortune10 p.m.: The recruit Tuesday, September 278 p.m.: Bachelor in Paradise10 p.m.: The rookie: the Feds […]]]>

Wednesday September 21
8 p.m.: The Conners
8:30 p.m.: The Goldbergs
9 p.m.: Abbott Elementary School
9:31 p.m.: Domestical economy
10 p.m.: big sky

Friday September 23
8 p.m.: shark tank
9:01 p.m.: 20/20 (two o’clock)

Sunday September 25
8 p.m.: Celebrity danger!
9 p.m.: celebrity wheel of fortune
10 p.m.: The recruit

Tuesday, September 27
8 p.m.: Bachelor in Paradise
10 p.m.: The rookie: the Feds (NEW SERIE)

Sunday October 2
7 p.m.: America’s Funniest Home Videos

Monday, October 3
8 p.m.: Bachelor in Paradise
10 p.m.: the good doctor

Thursday, October 6
8 p.m.: Post 19
9 p.m.: Grey’s Anatomy
10 p.m. Alaska Daily (NEW SERIE)

All the details: Fall 2022-2023 CBS TV lineup, new shows and trailers

Saturday September 17
10 p.m.: 48 hours

Sunday September 18
7:30 p.m.: 60 minutes

Monday, September 19
8 p.m.: The neighborhood
8:30 p.m.: Bob (Hearts) Abishola
9 p.m.: NCIS
10 p.m.: NCIS: Hawaii

Tuesday, September 20
8 p.m.: FBI
9 p.m.: FBI: international
10 p.m.: FBI: Most Wanted

Wednesday September 21
8 p.m.: Survivor
10 p.m.: Fantastic race

Sunday September 25
8 p.m.: Big brother

Thursday, September 29
8 p.m.: Young Sheldon
8:30 p.m.: Ghosts
9 p.m.: So help me Todd (NEW SERIE)
10 p.m.: Expert: Vegas

Sunday October 2
7:30 p.m.: 60 minutes
8:30 p.m.: The equalizer
9:30 p.m.: Eastern New York (NEW SERIE)

Wednesday, October 5
8 p.m.: Survivor
9 p.m.: The True Love Boat
10 p.m.: Fantastic race

Friday, October 7
8 p.m.: TO CRUSH
9 p.m.: land of fire (NEW SERIE)
10 p.m.: Blue blood

Sunday October 9
7 p.m.: 60 minutes
8 p.m.: The equalizer
9 p.m.: Eastern New York
10 p.m.: NCIS: Los Angeles

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Fox Fall Premiere Dates

Beth Ditto and Anna Friel, Monarch

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Sunday September 11
After the NFL: Monarch (NEW SERIE)

Monday, September 19
8/7c: 9-1-1
9/8c: The cleaning lady

Tuesday, September 20
8/7c: the resident
9/8c: Monarch (regular time slot)

Wednesday September 21
8/7c: The Masked Singer
9/8c: Lego masters

Sunday September 25
8/7c: The simpsons
8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.: The big North
9/8c: Bob’s Burgers
9:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.: family guy

Thursday, September 29
8/7c: Hell’s Kitchen
9/8c: Welcome to Flatch
9:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.: call me kat

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NBC’s Fall Premiere Dates

Caitlin Bassett and Raymond Lee, Quantum Leap

Caitlin Bassett and Raymond Lee, quantum leap

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All the details: NBC Fall 2022-2023 TV Lineup: New Shows and Trailers

Monday, September 19
8 p.m.: The voice
10 p.m.: quantum leap (NEW SERIE)

Tuesday, September 20
8 p.m.: The voice
10 p.m.: New Amsterdam

Wednesday September 21
8 p.m.: Chicago Mediterranean
9 p.m.: chicago fire
10 p.m.: Chicago PD

Thursday September 22
8 p.m.: Law and order
9 p.m.: Law and Order: SVU
10 p.m.: Law and order: organized crime

Saturday September 24
9 p.m.: Dateline Weekend Mystery
10 p.m.: SNL Vintage

Tuesday, September 27
9 p.m.: La Brea

Friday, November 4
8 p.m.: Lopez versus Lopez (NEW SERIE)
8:30 p.m.: Young Rock

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The CW’s first fall dates

Drake Rodger and Meg Donnelly, The Winchesters

Drake Rodger and Meg Donnelly, The Winchesters

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Wednesday August 31
8 p.m.: DC’s Stargirl
9 p.m.: Wellington Paranormal
9:30 p.m.: Wellington Paranormal

Sunday October 2
8 p.m.: Family law
9 p.m.: Coroner

Wednesday, October 5
8 p.m.: DC’s Stargirl
9 p.m.: Kung Fu

Thursday, October 6
8 p.m.: Walker
9 p.m.: Walker: Independence (NEW SERIE)

Friday, October 7
8 p.m.: IHEARTRADIO Music Festival (Night One)

Saturday October 8
8 p.m.: IHEARTRADIO Music Festival (second night)

Monday October 10
8 p.m.: all american
9 p.m.: All Americans: Homecoming

Tuesday, October 11
8 p.m.: The Winchesters (NEW SERIE)
9 p.m.: Professionals

Friday October 14
8 p.m.: Penn & Teller: fool us
9 p.m.: Who does it belong to anyway?
9:30 p.m.: Who does it belong to anyway?

Saturday October 22
8 p.m.: Criss Angel magic with the stars (NEW SERIE)
9 p.m.: The funniest animals in the world
9:30 p.m.: The funniest animals in the world

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‘Pam and Tommy’ and 6 Other Movies and TV Shows Based on Real Hollywood Scandals https://daytimeemmys.tv/pam-and-tommy-and-6-other-movies-and-tv-shows-based-on-real-hollywood-scandals/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 17:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/pam-and-tommy-and-6-other-movies-and-tv-shows-based-on-real-hollywood-scandals/ It’s no secret that Hollywood loves scandals. Often, the scandals chosen for dramatization in film and television are epic enough to write themselves, with dramatic twists and major plot points seemingly already written for the big screen. While there’s no shortage of movies and TV shows based on criminal and corporate scandals, Hollywood has paid […]]]>

It’s no secret that Hollywood loves scandals. Often, the scandals chosen for dramatization in film and television are epic enough to write themselves, with dramatic twists and major plot points seemingly already written for the big screen. While there’s no shortage of movies and TV shows based on criminal and corporate scandals, Hollywood has paid just as much attention to the skeletons in its closet.


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Covering celebrity deaths, criminal trials and ongoing feuds, films and TV shows based on scandals often seek to scrutinize the narrative and force viewers to question their role in stoking the salacious fire. . Taking tabloid dramas to the nth degree, these movies and TV shows based on real-life Hollywood scandals prove that sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.

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The Mother of All Sex Tapes – ‘Pam and Tommy’ (2022)

Chronicle of the flight and the ultimate escape of the Pamela Anderson (Lily James) and Tom Lee (Sebastian Stan) sex tape, Pam and Tommy is ripe with scandal in its only titular characters. At the time, the bombshell blonde actress and Motley Crue drummer were tabloid fodder based on their whirlwind romance, but the proliferation of their intimate home video fanned the flames of their scandalous affair.

The leak of the 1990s became widespread just as the internet was gaining a foothold and is often credited with giving birth to online pornography. While Anderson has long been maligned for her band involvement, Pam and Tommy sheds new light on the misunderstood actress, who was making her Hollywood debut when the tape ruined her credibility. Pam and Tommy forcing viewers to reflect on their prior perceptions of the actress, played to masterful effect by Lily James.

The Birth of Reality TV – ‘American Crime Story: The People VS OJ Simpson’ (2016)

In its first season, FX’s anthology series American crime history squarely set his sights on the most infamous celebrity case of the 1990s, the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. Tracing the highly publicized event from the very beginning, The People vs. OJ Simpson does well to include all the tabloid tidbits that sparked public interest at the time, from the police chase to Simpson’s (played by Cuba Gooding Jr.) White Bronco with outlandish theories championed by his so-called “Dream Team” of lawyers (led by actors John Travolta, David Schwimmerand Courtney B. Vanceamong others).

RELATED: 10 Crime Scandals Worthy Of An “American Crime Story,” From Balloon Boy To Tonya Harding

Whereas The People vs. OJ Simpson unafraid of the salacious aspects of the scandal (which single-handedly spawned the reality TV empire), it also offers a redemption arc for prosecutor Marcia Clarke (Sarah Paulson), who suffered misogynistic treatment throughout the case.

Celebrity Beef – ‘Feed: Bette and Joan’ (2017)

Taking his knack for melodramatic scandal in another franchise, ryan murphy used the celebrity beef as the basis for another anthology series, the first installment of which focused on the infamous flaw (documented by Collider) between actors Joan Crawford (played by Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis (played by Susan Sarandon). The show chronicles the rivalry the leading ladies developed in the movie What happened to Baby Jane? ae even enlists gossip columnist Hedda Hopper (played by Judy Davis) on its main cast.

The tit-for-tat relationship lasted for many years, which is told in the series. The climax of the actual feud happens in Quarrel‘s finale when the two stars are nominated for Best Actress at the Oscars. Considering the excess of celebrity feuds in Hollywood, it stands to reason that Murphy is set to release next season of the series titled The women of Captoe, based on the betrayals of the titular author.

Revisiting the Manson Murders – “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (2019)

Although it operates only peripherally in Once upon a time in Hollywood, actress murder Sharon Tate (played by Margot Robbie) in the hands of Charles Manson members of the sect remains an inescapable element of the Quentin Tarantino film. Audiences are offered insight into how the cult works, though the focus is on failed actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and its stunt double (brad pitt).

RELATED: 10 More Underrated Movies Quentin Tarantino Recommended

Interestingly, Tarantino chooses to revise the true events of Tate’s murder, opting instead for a happier portrayal in which the cult members meet their gruesome end. Rick’s neighbor neighborhood with Tate and her then director boyfriend Roman Polansky can be read as his desire to be part of Hollywood’s elite, culminating in his hero moment when he thwarts Manson’s murderers.

House of Horrors – ‘House of Gucci’ (2021)

While technically focusing on an arena adjacent to Hollywood, the criminal trial of Patrizia Reggiani nevertheless holds all the trappings of high society scandal. interpreted by Lady GagaReggiani’s romance-turned-murder of her fashion designer husband, Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver), captivated the world when it hit the headlines in the mid-1990s.

Director Ridley Scott doesn’t shy away from the most salacious elements in history, from Reggiani hiring a hitman to recruiting a fellow designer Tom Ford. Praising the film’s outrageous moments in a review for Collider, Writer Matt Goldberg said the film “works best when it’s an overworked soap opera”.

Discovering the Mystical – ‘Blonde’ (2022)

Premiering just this week from its release at the Venice International Film Festival, Blond seeks to uncover the scandal-filled mystique that surrounded its biopic subject, Marilyn Monroe (played by Ana DeArmas). Director Andre Dominiquewho based the film on Joyce Carol Oates‘ 2000 biography of Monroe, chronicles some of the controversies of the Hollywood icon’s life, from her rumored meetings with President JFK to the circumstances of her untimely death in 1962.

RELATED: ‘Blonde:’ 7 Biopics About Female Artists Worth Doing

Chronicling the life of a tabloid-friendly sex symbol inevitably involves its fair share of outrageous moments. On a meta level, the film itself sparked its own Hollywood scandal, with potential viewers criticizing its NC-17 rating ahead of its premiere. In an interview with Collider, Dominik spoke of the drama inherent in Monroe’s life, which bled into the film. “The idea for Blonde was to detail a childhood drama,” he said.

The Disappearance of the Hollywood Dressmaker – “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” (2018)

Obviously drawn to soap opera stories, Ryan Murphy once again exploited one of Hollywood’s most dazzling scandals by American crime historyis the second season. Chronicle of the killing of Andrew Cunnan (played by Darren Criss), which led to the murder of the titular designer (Edgar Ramirez), The Assassination of Gianni Versace doesn’t shy away from the pulpy details of the source story.

A major member of sequins at the time of his death in 1997, Versace rubbed shoulders with the Hollywood elite and designed film dresses alongside his sister Donatella (Penelope Cruz). Fans of the Murphy verse will get equal doses of true crime and lavish excess, moving beyond titillating headline detail to explore themes of internalized homophobia.

KEEP READING: 10 Best Biographical Movies of the 21st Century (So Far)

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The Best Vampire TV Shows You Can Eat https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-best-vampire-tv-shows-you-can-eat/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 19:06:59 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-best-vampire-tv-shows-you-can-eat/ Vampires never go out of style, if the number of TV shows featuring them is any indication. On the eve of more vampire shows on the horizon such as Peacock’s vampire academy and the AMCs Interview with the Vampire, here is a list of the best vampire series already available. Give them a watch before […]]]>

Vampires never go out of style, if the number of TV shows featuring them is any indication. On the eve of more vampire shows on the horizon such as Peacock’s vampire academy and the AMCs Interview with the Vampire, here is a list of the best vampire series already available. Give them a watch before Peacock vampire academy sinks its teeth into us on September 15 and Interview with the Vampire premieres October 2 on AMC+.

What we do in the shadows

What we do in the shadows proves that vampires can not only be very dramatic, but also quite funny. The fictional comedy is set in the present day and centers on a group of vampires (and their relatives) who live together on Staten Island and don’t seem to quite adjust to modern life. The show has four seasons already, and FX has also launched a fifth and sixth season. That’s a lot of vampiric shenanigans to look forward to.

buffy the vampire slayer

In the series of the 90s buffy the vampire slayer, the residents of Sunnydale, California lived on a hellmouth that gave the town a higher than normal population of vampires. The good news for the people of Sunnydale, however, is that high school girl Buffy Summers is the Vampire Slayer, a supernaturally strong woman who is a regular student by day and who, along with her friends, slays vampires and demons at night. You can see Buffy’s influence on later teen vampire shows, and its seven seasons are worth watching more than once.

Angel

Angel is a spin-off of buffy which focuses on the Slayer’s eponymous ex, a vampire charged with a soul. The brooding angel travels to Los Angeles and, along with other characters from buffy along with new people, starts a private agency to help the helpless, often the helpless are attacked by some kind of evil supernatural force.

Strain

Vampire shows don’t always focus on the beautiful creatures of the night, and there’s nothing pretty about vampires. Strain. The series hails from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan and centers on a CDC doctor who leads the fight against a vampiric virus that infects those in New York City and beyond. The vampires on this show are, in a word, monstrous, with long, slippery tongues that may or may not give you nightmares for weeks.

Van Helsing

Another show where vampires do no good is on SYFY Van Helsing. The show is set in the near future where vampires have taken over, and humanity’s only hope for survival comes from Vanessa Helsing, whose blood can turn vampires into humans. Vampires don’t like it, naturally, and will do anything to stop it. The show ran for five seasons and ended in June 2021.

NOS4A2

The novel by Joe Hill, NOS4A2, proves that vampires can make anything spooky, even Christmas. This AMC series adaptation of his work features an ancient evil being (played by Zachary Quinto) who sucked the life force out of children to stay perpetually young. The show centers on Vic McQueen, a woman who has a supernatural ability to track down the character of Qunito and is very determined to find and kill him after he kidnaps her son.

Dracula

The British limited series Dracula came from sherlock creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat (both also alumni of Doctor Who). This three-episode series centers on the titular vampire (Claes Bang) and is based on the original novel by Bram Stoker. Gatiss and Moffat bring a modern sensibility and a dash of humor to the classic tale, and over the course of this series we also learn more about Dracula’s backstory.

dark shadows

dark shadows is a late ’60s and early ’70s series that focuses on the Collins, a wealthy Maine family that has supernatural underpinnings. One of those foundations is that family member Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid) is a 200-year-old vampire. The show was a gothic soap opera, full of melodramatic performances and supernatural intrigue. Since its first broadcast, it has become cult and even had a remake in the early 90s.

true blood

What if vampires came out of the shadows and lived openly among us and were (mostly) incredibly hot? This is the basic principle of HBO true blood, a show based on the books by Charlaine Harris that is set primarily in Louisiana and revolves around Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), a waitress who discovers she has special powers and finds herself in love with the town’s new vampire, Bill Compton (Stephen Moyer). The later seasons of the show haven’t been as well received as the earlier ones, but the first three seasons are well worth a watch.

A discovery of witches

Another cursed vampire romance is in A discovery of witches, where an Oxford biology professor, who also happens to be a 1,500-year-old vampire, falls in love with a historian, who also happens to be a witch. Their romance is a big no-no, but the chemistry of the two is undeniable. It’s like an adult version of Dusk and is based on the books by Deborah Harkness.

The Vampire Diaries

The CWs The Vampire Diaries spawned an entire vampiric franchise filled with teenage angst. The show, created by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec (the latter co-created the upcoming Peacock vampire academy) premiered in 2009 and was set in the supernaturally charged town of Mystic Falls, Virginia. The series initially centered on a young teenage girl, Elena, who falls in love with a 162-year-old vampire named Stefan. The show ran for eight seasons and included a larger cast with their own series of vampire-related dramas.

The originals

The first one vampire diary fallout was from 2013 The originals. This show moved away from Mystic Falls and headed to New Orleans, and focuses on three Mikaelson siblings: werewolves (or werewolf hybrids) Klaus, Elijah, and Rebekah. The three face their own entanglements in supernatural politics in New Orleans, and Klaus, a vampire-werewolf hybrid, also begins the series with his own hybrid child on the way via a one-night stand that he had with the werewolf Haley during season 4 of The Vampire Diaries.

Legacy

The second vampire diary spin-off on The CW (or, more accurately, a spin-off of a spin-off, since it builds on The originals) has been Legacy. The show centers on teenage Hope Mikaelson, the aforementioned daughter of Klaus and Hayley, who has bloodlines of witches, vampires, and werewolves. The show has Hope as a student at the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted, a place that helps children with supernatural tendencies control their abilities. The show ran from 2019 and its fourth and final season aired in June this year.

Looking for more vampiric drama? Check out the next series, Vampire Academy, on Peacock.

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Remembering Queen Elizabeth II: Three TV shows, three films about the royal family (VIDEO) https://daytimeemmys.tv/remembering-queen-elizabeth-ii-three-tv-shows-three-films-about-the-royal-family-video/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 00:47:04 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/remembering-queen-elizabeth-ii-three-tv-shows-three-films-about-the-royal-family-video/ On the left, Claire Foy in ‘The Crown’ on Netflix, on the right Helen Mirren in the film ‘The Queen’. — Photos courtesy of Netflix / Ian Waldie / Pool / AFP / Pathé Distribution via ETX Studio Sunday September 11, 2022 08:43 GMT LOS ANGELES, Sept. 11 – It’s the season finale of Elizabeth […]]]>

On the left, Claire Foy in ‘The Crown’ on Netflix, on the right Helen Mirren in the film ‘The Queen’. — Photos courtesy of Netflix / Ian Waldie / Pool / AFP / Pathé Distribution via ETX Studio

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LOS ANGELES, Sept. 11 – It’s the season finale of Elizabeth II. The Queen has died aged 96 after 70 years on the throne. The Royal Family, and in particular the Sovereign, has become one of the most iconic symbols of the United Kingdom, one that has left its mark on the world of entertainment on the big and small screen. Here are three shows and three films devoted to the British royal family.

TV shows

The crown— the popular (Netflix)

It’s the most iconic TV show about Queen Elizabeth II and one of the most popular shows on Netflix. The crown retraces the life of Queen Elizabeth II since her coronation, and through her character the history of the royal family and of England. Launched in 2016 on the streaming platform, four seasons of the show are already available while two more are in preparation. Several actresses have portrayed the monarch. Claire Foy was the first in the series to take on the role of Queen of England, in the first two seasons, followed by Olivia Colman (Favorite) for the next two, released in 2019 and 2020. For the upcoming seasons, 5 and 6, it’s Imelda Staunton (Harry Potter) who will play the royal head Elizabeth II. We will have to wait until November 2022 to discover this new saga.

Become Elizabeth, the newcomer (Starz)

Back to some roots of the royal family with the story, not of Elizabeth II, but of Elizabeth I. Become Elizabeth traces the rise to power of young Elizabeth Tudor, played by Alicia von Rittberg. The death of her father, King Henry VIII, plunges the royal family into chaos. What follows is nothing short of a veritable game of political chess, mixing carnal pleasures with the harsh realities of royalty. The series, which will be released on June 12 on the Starz streaming platform, will take us back to a dark period in England. Eight episodes will make up this first season.

The Windsorsthe wacky (Channel 4,Netflix)

Nothing like English humor. The Windsors is a parody of the modern royal family in the form of a British-style soap opera. From Camilla Parker Bowles to Prince Harry via Kate and Pippa Middleton, the series spares no royal figure, or almost. Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II are the only absentees. The series spares no one else and takes great liberties, imagining Pippa’s all-consuming jealousy of her sister, or the alleged argument between the young couples – Harry and Meghan versus William and Kate. Much bolder and more provocative than The crown, The Windsors even evokes the scandal of prince Andrew. A surprising work that gently pokes fun at the royal family. Three seasons make up this TV show, originally on Channel 4 in the UK and available on Netflix in many regions.

Movies

The Queen with Helen Mirren

Directed by Stephen Frears in 2006, The Queen tells the story of the royal family during the death of Princess Diana, focusing on the relationship between Queen Elizabeth II, played by Helen Mirren (Oscar winner for her interpretation), and the British Prime Minister of era, Tony Blair, played by Michael Éclat. After the scandals, the royal family is again plunged into controversy. If the British people want an official funeral to pay tribute to their beloved princess, the queen does not necessarily hear it that way…

The King’s SpeechOscar winner

This film focuses on the father of Queen Elizabeth II. Directed by Tom Hooper, the drama film tells the story of Prince Albert, who became King George VI, played by British actor Colin Firth. Affected by a severe stutter, the king must fight against this handicap with the help of an unorthodox speech therapist. Laborious but essential work in order to deliver the speech which marks the entry of the United Kingdom into the Second World War, in September 1939. In the film, the young Princess Elizabeth, and future Queen of the United Kingdom, appears as a child. The feature film was a huge success both at the British Academy Film Awards, winning Best Picture in 2011, but above all it distinguished itself at the Oscars, winning four of the most coveted awards: the Oscar for Best Actor for Colin Firth, the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for David Seidler, the Oscar for Best Director for Tom Hooper and the Oscar for Best Picture.

The Queen’s CorgiAnimated

Elizabeth II even gets an animated version. The animated movie The Queen’s Corgi, directed by Ben Stassen and Vincent Kesteloot, highlights the sovereign’s favorite dog, a Corgi. We follow the adventures of Rex, after biting the President of the United States, Donald Trump. The little dog, who is believed to be dead after fleeing and locked up in a kennel, will do everything to find his way back and regain the love of his queen. — Studio ETX

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Six BBC shows suspended after Queen Elizabeth II’s death https://daytimeemmys.tv/six-bbc-shows-suspended-after-queen-elizabeth-iis-death/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 23:26:27 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/six-bbc-shows-suspended-after-queen-elizabeth-iis-death/ Image via BBC When an event brings together the nations of the United Kingdom, the BBC is the service everyone turns to. In 2022, the British Broadcasting Corporation celebrates its 100th anniversary as the world’s oldest national broadcaster. Operating across multimedia – television, radio, digital – and under royal charter, it is one of the […]]]>

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When an event brings together the nations of the United Kingdom, the BBC is the service everyone turns to.

In 2022, the British Broadcasting Corporation celebrates its 100th anniversary as the world’s oldest national broadcaster. Operating across multimedia – television, radio, digital – and under royal charter, it is one of the UK’s great institutions. In British culture, it’s up there with the red buses and the royal family.

It is not surprising that the sudden illness and death of Elizabeth II this week has significantly affected UK television The death of a monarch is a carefully choreographed process. The continuity of the crown is vital to the functioning of the British parliamentary system and the management of public grief. While the succession process is being carefully planned, all bets are off on television programming. The intervals between the various announcements are filled with frantic speculation from experts and one-off interviews with citizens reacting to the news. It’s a significant event that forces major channels to clear their schedules, especially the BBC, meaning no show is safe from being removed from the schedule.

From the moment the announcement was made that the Queen was under medical supervision, the BBC immediately cleared its schedule until 6:00 p.m. BST in the evening. The news of the death of Elizabeth II and the accession of King Charles III fell at 6:30 p.m. BBC schedules will be under constant review during the upcoming period of national mourning which will run until the monarch’s state funeral.

As the Duke of Edinburgh’s death in 2021 proves, television programming is a balancing act. With every programming decision, the BBC risks being portrayed as disrespectful or overly respectful. When it comes to the end of the reign of Britain’s longest-serving monarch, there will be big changes to programs and viewing times.

Here are the six shows we know have been affected so far.

Drag Race Canada

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There is some confusion over BBC protocol during a time of national mourning. Some have questioned a leaked internal memo a few years ago that suggested the Company would cancel all comedy launches for the duration. It doesn’t seem like a hard and fast rule, but it definitely affects BBC iPlayer – the BBC’s online and on-demand service. The season finale of Drag Race Canada the third season did not appear on the morning of September 9, and no new release date was announced.

do i have any news for you

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The Friday episode of BBC One’s flagship satirical panel do i have any news for you was abandoned. Just a week before, the long-running show aired an uncompromising and tongue-in-cheek farewell to outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson. However, next week’s news episode is scheduled as usual.

Famous chef

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The high-profile celebrity cooking contest was canceled the night the Queen died, with no new air date set. Unfortunately, the semi-final episode which was due to air on September 8 would have featured celebrations for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

Drag Race United Kingdom

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Season 4 of RuPaul’s Drag Race United Kingdom was supposed to be released on September 2, but that was also postponed. Although there has been no confirmation of a new launch date, this means that no promotion or broadcast will take place on BBC networks during the mourning period.

Come dance strictly

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Strictly Come Dancing, the BBC’s flagship celebrity pageant and a gem of its autumn schedule, was due to start its 20th season on September 17. As it is two days before the Queen’s state funeral, the launch show has been postponed, with no new date yet announced.

The last night of the balls

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The highlight of the 2022 ball season, a staple of the Royal Albert Hall – of which Queen Elizabeth II was one of the patrons – has been cancelled. As the reality of the events of September 8 became clear, the Proms ended prematurely on the same day. A key event in the British cultural calendar, the rousing renditions of British classics and in particular the British national anthem will be sorely missed.

Daytime television

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On September 9, the BBC’s flagship station, BBC One, canceled all programming to broadcast news updates and specially prepared programs to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth.

Rescheduled television

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Many BBC One programs have moved to BBC Two, including regular daytime shows Coast, Houses under the hammer, Bargain huntingand long lasting soap Doctorswhich continued into the evening, when the BBC’s flagship soap opera Eastenders also aired on BBC Two.

The BBC’s flagship magazine The only show was completely abandoned. BBC Three and BBC Four posted detention cards on the night of the Queen’s death, although schedules returned to relative normality the following day, with the BBC retaining event-specific content on its main channel.

It is very possible that other emissions will be affected. You can guarantee that BBC programmers scan every program for content that references the late Queen. The premieres of new shows in the fall season may well be affected. If you’re looking forward to a particular schedule in September, be sure to keep an eye out for last-minute schedule changes.

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“I will always be 17!” https://daytimeemmys.tv/i-will-always-be-17/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 23:30:53 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/i-will-always-be-17/ Jennifer Hudson Jennifer Hudson/Instagram Jennifer Hudson Jennifer Hudson is a decorated artist — and she’s not afraid to show it! On Wednesday, the “Spotlight” singer celebrated her EGOT status by sharing a photo on social media with all of her trophies. In the photo, the star, 40, wears a baseball cap with the number 17 […]]]>

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Jennifer Hudson is a decorated artist — and she’s not afraid to show it!

On Wednesday, the “Spotlight” singer celebrated her EGOT status by sharing a photo on social media with all of her trophies.

In the photo, the star, 40, wears a baseball cap with the number 17 on it as all of her trophies are placed in front of her. Number 17 is significant for Hudson as she was recently named the 17th member to join the EGOT club.

“Countdown to my birthday! In a few days I’ll be 41, but I’ll still be 17! #EGOT #17,” she captioned the photo.

RELATED: Jennifer Hudson Shares Video of When She Became an EGOT: “I’m Overwhelmed”

Hudson achieved her status in June when she won a Tony Award for her role as producer on A strange loop. In the meantime, the singer and actress had already conquered her Emmys, grammys and Oscar.

The actress won her first of four major awards, an Oscar, for her role in the 2007 film dream girls. She is a two-time Grammy winner, having won her first for her 2009 self-titled album.

The american idol alum then scored a Daytime Emmy last year, for the animated short Baba Yagawhich she co-produced and lent her voice.

Following her big win at the 75th Tony Awards, she shared an up-close look at her after-show celebration in a video posted on Instagram.

“Like I said when I won the Oscar [for Dreamgirls]look what God can do, she said in the video, in which she waved a champagne flute to toast some of her friends. “Well, he did it again.”

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Before becoming an EGOT winner, Hudson joked at PEOPLE“I should have two more dogs.”

“I had a dog and I named him Oscar, then I won my Oscar. And then I had a dog and I named him Grammy, then I won my Grammy,” he said. she stated at the time. “So I think I should have dogs and name them Emmy and Tony – and that will bring me luck, and I will win. [They’re] like my lucky charms.”

Next, Hudson will host his own daytime talk show on FOX. She announced in June that The Jennifer Hudson Show will premiere on the actress’ birthday, September 12, with Simon Cowell as his first guest.

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Best and Worst Summer TV Shows, Decisions – Winners and Losers 2022 https://daytimeemmys.tv/best-and-worst-summer-tv-shows-decisions-winners-and-losers-2022/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 19:12:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/best-and-worst-summer-tv-shows-decisions-winners-and-losers-2022/ In summer, when the weather is nice… the television landscape is typically screen with reruns. But in the #PeakTV era, streamers and cable companies have improved the game, sometimes for the better and sometimes for… less-better. That means it’s time to take stock of the winners, losers and those who landed somewhere in between. With […]]]>

In summer, when the weather is nice… the television landscape is typically screen with reruns. But in the #PeakTV era, streamers and cable companies have improved the game, sometimes for the better and sometimes for… less-better. That means it’s time to take stock of the winners, losers and those who landed somewhere in between.

With over 100 series and seasons premiering this summer, the annual mixed bag was truly overflowing with “off-season” fare. There were shiny new gems to be found, like Hulu’s the bearPrime Video The summer when I became pretty and the new from HBO Max little liarsand a few big swings that smelled right out the door.

You had highly anticipated launches, including game of thrones and the Lord of the Rings prequels, the first stranger things season in three years and You better call Saulthe farewell race, as well as the return of some summer reality TV staples.

And beyond just rolling out firsts and finals, executive decisions were made that were, at times, well, bald.

Review our list of summer TV winners and losers (and a handful of draws), recognizing that not every show deserves an attendance trophy, then weigh in with your own unique and valid opinions!

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