Emmy Recap and More…

Before we go over the Emmy awards of note, I have to admit  Michael Che and Colin Jost hosted a fun awards show that focused less on politics and more on the funny side of entertainment, which was evident with all the comedians that presented awards. There were some fun moments, such as the proposal, and they honored everyone that passed away over the past year,  All in all, it was a good show and I hope Che and Jost come back for a second turn as hosts.

Back to the awards. Last night, the stars of the small screen were out to pat themselves on their backs for their hard work. Here are some of the awards that made everyone in my circle go nutty.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series went to Peter Dinklage for Game of Thrones

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series went to Thandie Newton for Westworld

Outstanding Drama Series went to Game of Thrones

Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series went to The Crown

Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series went to Clair Foy for The Crown

Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series went to Matthew Rhys for The Americans

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series went to The Americans

Outstanding Writing for Limited Series went to Black Mirror’s USS Callister

As Game of Thrones won the big award of the night, George R.R. Martin gave us a little insight about what he wanted for the show.

“We could’ve gone 11, 12, 13 seasons,” George R. R. Martin told Variety at the Prime time Emmys.

“David and Dan have been saying for like five seasons that seven seasons is all they would go,” the “Game of Thrones” author continued.

“I know all of the actors, as great as they are, all the actors are anxious to get on and play other roles,” Martin said. “They don’t want to spend their entire lives playing one role and that’s fine, that’s great, we had such an amazing cast.”

What was interesting about the interview was that they mentioned the five prequels in development. Apparently, these prequels will range from a show being only a 100 years prior to the current story line and some are far older. Interesting.

One last thing, we have some news about the upcoming season of Star Trek: Discovery:

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Well, that’s it for me.

Have a great day!

~M.

Game of Thrones Gave Us a Taste of What’s to Come in 2019 and More…

Somewhere in this medley of the upcoming goodies that HBO will be giving subscribers in the upcoming months, we have our first image of what’s to come for Game of Thrones:

I am living for Sansa and John hugging!

This is not the only show we are getting back in 2019:

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These are happy times for fans of Fantasy and Sci-fi.

Casting News:

Aleks Paunovic (Van Helsing) will portray Snowpiercer‘s Bojan Boscovic, a large, fearsome looking man with frostbite scars and stumped ears. Bojan is a Breachworker, performing one of the most dangerous jobs on the train. He’s used to the cold and hazards of the job, comfortable enough to joke about his life being at risk. Deadline

New Shows:

ABC is developing a fantasy drama, Best Wishes, which tells the story of a pragmatic, once successful man, Nick Day, who thinks the notion of wishes is a waste of time due to a personal tragedy he’s recently endured. But just as everything in his life is crumbling around him, things get more complicated when he’s approached by a potentially crazy woman claiming to be in the business of granting wishes. And she needs Nick’s help. Deadline

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Ryan Hurst, of the popular Sons of Anarchy show, has been cast as Beta in The Walking Dead. Beta is second-in-command to Samantha Morton’s Alpha, the leader of The Whisperers, a group that arrives in the comic books after the All Out War story line to antagonize Rick Grimes and his crew. Is Alpha and Beta the reason why Rick takes leave?

From LOST to Star Wars..Dominic Monaghan has been cast in Star Wars: Episode IX! THR

Alec Baldwin is going to play Thomas Wayne in the upcoming Joker movie. Variety

Here is our first look at Iron Fist‘s Typhoid Mary:

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Typhoid Mary, who will be portrayed by Alive Eve (Star Trek), is an enemy and former lover of Daredevil with low level psionic powers, including telekinesis. She is n assassin that is also mentally ill.

Miscellaneous:

My 16 year old niece just asked me to compare the images of Sean Teale from The Gifted and Noah Cintineo of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. They look a lot alike.

My book review of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han. 

 

 

Casting Updates Galore and Updates on Your Favorite Shows…

While fans, cast, and crew of the Big Bang Theory continue to lament the demise of the popular comedy, the rest of the TV-verse moves on…

Casting News: 

Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott will be returning to the American Horror Story franchise in its latest installment. THR

We also learned that Sarah Paulson will be playing three characters in the upcoming season:

“Sarah Paulson, who apparently just likes to one-up herself at this point, is taking on triple duty in American Horror Story: Apocalypse. The acclaimed actress will not only be reprising her roles as Murder House‘s Billie Dean and Coven‘s Cordelia, but she’ll also debut a new character, the mysterious Venable.” TVG

The upcoming Apocalypse season will be a cross over between the Coven season and the Murder House season. We did get the following to corroborate that statement:

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This should be an interesting series to watch as it involves the end times. God help us all.

But, there seems to be a theme to all of these seasons:

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What do you think?

Timothy Hornor (Fresh Off The Boat) will play Lathe, in Futureman, who is an integral member of a family that Wolf (Derek Wilson) becomes a part of thanks to a case of mistaken identity. Deadline

Kyle Secor has been cast as Caitlin’s father on The Flash. Dr. Thomas Snow is an extremely intelligent genetic scientist who has been absent for decades. When he returns to Central City, he will try his best to make up for lost time with Caitlin. However, he also has a big secret that he will keep from his daughter. EW

Casting for TNT’s Snowpiercer continues:

  • Timothy V. Murphy will portray Commander Grey, a former Special Forces, British SAS who commanded men before the Freeze, his specialty is keeping things in order. A brilliant tactician, this hardened leader also relishes getting his hands dirty and being in combat.
  • Happy Anderson  has been cast as Klimpt, a research scientist turned doctor, who oversees those unfortunate enough to be sentenced to the coffin-like drawers.
  • Jonathan Lloyd Walker will play Big John, a poor passenger from the back of the train forced to perform harsh slave-like labor. Deadline

Hugh Laurie (House, Black Adder) has been cast as the charming and in-control American Captain Ryan Clark in the Comedy, Avenue 5, which will air on HBO. THR

Bruce Boxleitner (Tron, Scarecrow and Mrs. King) has been cast as United States Vice President Baker, “an unlikely leader who will nonetheless step up in a big way when his country needs him,” in the CW’s Supergirl.

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Graham McTavish (Outlander, Preacher)has been cast as Father Kinley, a [good-hearted] priest literally Hell bent on protecting his followers in Netflix’s Lucifer. TVL

News about your faves:

Tyler Hoechlin will return to play the Man of Steele in the upcoming crossover event for the Arrowverse on the CW. We will also get to meet Lois Lane! Syfy

Say it ain’t so, FP! We knew that having Juggie beat up in the end of last season would have ripple effects for this upcoming season and we learn that that is the case.

“The fallout from Jughead’s beatdown from the Ghoulies and the next stage of Hiram Lodge’s (Mark Consuelos) plan to take over Riverdale — which includes some staff changes at Pops — will be a little bit too much for FP to take in the Season 2 finale and he’ll find comfort in his old vices. Ulrich confided in TV Guide that FP’s backslide is an “interesting emotional answer” to the drama consuming the town.” TVG

Here is the upcoming trailer for The Man in the High Castle:

New Shows:

Apple has given Isaac Asimov’s Foundation a 10-episode straight-to-series order. Variety

HBO has given us a little nugget about the upcoming prequel of Game of Thrones:

“Taking place thousands of years before the events of Game of Thrones, the series chronicles the world’s descent from the golden Age of Heroes into its darkest hour. And only one thing is for sure: From the horrifying secrets of Westeros’ history to the true origin of the white walkers, the mysteries of the East, to the Starks of legend… it’s not the story we think we know.”

For more information about the upcoming series, keep an on George R.R. Martin’s blog and on HBO.

If you watched the first season of The Gifted (FOX), like I did, than you probably had a couple of questions about the timeline and where the heroes of the show land in the X-Men universe timeline. In the upcoming second season, we will actually learn about Thunderbird’s connection to the X-Men. Keep an eye out for this in the third episode. TVG

With the upcoming season of Arrow possibly being the hardest on all the main characters, it will be especially hard on our favorite tech nerd, Felicity. She will be dealing with Oliver’s absence, as he is in jail for the first few months of the season. But, she will try to focus on a business, Smoak Tech. TVL

Questions:

  1. Will you be watching The Innocents on Netflix?
  2. Are you watching Meteor Garden on Netflix?
  3. Are you sick of all the reboots?
  4. What are you looking forward to this upcoming TV season?
  5. What are you looking forward to in Movies as we head in to the Fall/Winter movie season?