The Startribune has a few choice words about the recently announced Emmy nominations. Here’s a snip from the latest article by Neal Justin: [quote]The Emmy nominations, announced Thursday morning, have become Hollywood’s most tiresome rerun. Nominees for best comedy and drama have all been to the show before, which meant the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences embraced the same old names and all but ignored the usual underrated programs such as “Gilmore Girls” and “Scrubs,” and failed to embrace such innovative new shows as “The Wire” and “Boomtown.” The best-drama picks — “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Six Feet Under,” “The Sopranos,” “24” and “The West Wing” — have amassed a staggering 216 nominations over the years, an impressive and mostly deserving total, but as predictable as “The Dukes of Hazzard.”[/quote] Read the full story in the Off Topic forum. See: :4pinned [url=http://forum.mjeol.com/index.php?act=ST&f=16&t=6122&s=88949c4a7774592eb396dcf3cec4592e]Emmy nominations target same-old same-old[/url]

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