Archive for the 'Awards' Category

Posted By: gertiebeth // On: 12 Jan 2010 // Category: Appearances, Awards, DVR Alert // Comments: 0 »

The Golden Globe Awards are this Sunday, Jan. 17. The show, hosted by Ricky Gervais, will be broadcast live nationwide on NBC, beginning at 5 p.m. PST, from the Beverly Hilton.

Presenters include Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, Gerard Butler, Cher, Chace Crawford, Cameron Diaz, Colin Farrell, Jodie Foster, Jennifer Garner, Matthew Fox, Mel Gibson, Tom Hanks, Neil Patrick Harris, Nicole Kidman, Sophia Loren, Julia Roberts, Mickey Rourke, Kiefer Sutherland, Kate Winslet and Sam Worthington.

Posted By: gertiebeth // On: 21 May 2008 // Category: Awards, LOST // Comments: 3 »

Dear Emmy voters:

Yesterday, I told you suggested which actors and actresses on the comedy side most deserved your Emmy love. Today, things get more serious, with my picks in the dramatic acting categories. Please, I beg of you, study this list before filling out your ballot (which should be arriving in your mailboxes any day now). Otherwise, all the wrong people will get nominated again and, well, that’ll suck for everyone.

Sincerely, Michael Ausiello (with strong input from Matt Roush and Bruce Fretts)

Lead Drama Actress
Connie Britton (Tami, Friday Night Lights)
Glenn Close, Patty (Damages)
Ginnifer Goodwin (Margene. Big Love)
Chloë Sevigny (Nikki, Big Love)
Jeanne Tripplehorn (Barb, Big Love)

FNL threw everything but the kitchen sink at Britton this season (new baby, hellion daughter, marital problems), and she cleaned up; Close was scary as hell, and we still rooted for her Damages counterpart; and the three wives at the center of Big Love, riding the show’s quality wave, turned in the best work of their careers. You try picking a favorite from the batch. (OK, we may be the teensiest bit partial to Goodwin, who impressed us as the not-as-naive-as-we-thought Margene.)

Lead Drama Actor
Kyle Chandler (Eric, Friday Night Lights)
Bryan Cranston (Walter, Breaking Bad)
Matthew Fox (Jack, Lost)
Michael C. Hall (Dexter, Dexter)
Jon Hamm (Don, Mad Men)

Posted By: gertiebeth // On: 19 Jul 2007 // Category: Awards, General News, LOST // Comments: 1 »

Matthew did not receive an Emmy nomination today. Which is absolutely crazy, I know. Lost did receive 6 nominations:

Outstanding DirectingFor A Drama Series

Lost ? Through the Looking Glass ? ABC ? ABCStudios

Jack Bender, Director

Outstanding WritingFor A Drama Series

Lost ? Through The Looking Glass ? ABC ? ABCStudios
Damon Lindelof, Written by
Carlton Cuse,Written by

Outstanding SoundEditing For A Series

Lost ? A Tale Of Two Cities ? ABC ? ABCStudios
Thomas deGorter, Supervising Sound Editor
Paula Fairfield, M.P.S.E., Sound Editor
Carla Murray, M.P.S.E., Sound Editor
Maciek Malish, M.P.S.E., Sound Editor
Lloyd Jay Keiser, Sound Editor
Joe Schultz, Sound Editor
Geordy Sincavage, Sound Editor
Alex Levy, Music Editor
Doug Reed, Foley Artist
Cynthia Merril, Foley Artist

OutstandingSingle-Camera Picture Editing For A Drama Series

Lost ? Through The Looking Glass ? ABC ? ABCStudios
Stephen Semel, Editor
Mark J. Goldman, Editor
Henk Van Eeghen, Editor
Christopher Nelson, A.C.E., Editor

Outstanding SupportingActor In A Drama Series

Lost ? ABC ? ABC Studios
Michael Emerson as Ben

Lost ? ABC ? ABC Studios
Terry O’Quinn as John Locke


Posted By: gertiebeth // On: 16 Jul 2007 // Category: Awards // Comments: 0 »

Tom O’Neill at Gold Derby has received the list of the 10 finalists in
the Best Actor in a Drama Series category for this year’s Emmys.

Kyle Chandler (Friday Night Lights)
Patrick Dempsey (Grey’s Anatomy)
Matthew Fox (Lost)
James Gandolfini (The Sopranos)
Michael C. Hall (Dexter)
Eddie Izzard (The Riches)
Hugh Laurie (House)
Denis Leary (Rescue Me)
James Spader (Boston Legal)
Kiefer Sutherland (24)

Official final Emmy nominations will be announced on July 19.

Posted By: gertiebeth // On: 05 Jul 2007 // Category: Awards // Comments: 0 »

Matthew has been nominated for a Teen Choice Award.

Choice TV Actor: Drama

Hugh Laurie – House

Jared Padalecki – Supernatural

Matthew Fox – Lost

Milo Ventimiglia – Heroes

Wentworth Miller – Prison Break


Posted By: gertiebeth // On: 08 Jun 2007 // Category: Awards // Comments: 0 »

Lead, supporting thesps who may nab a nomination:


Michael Chiklis, “The Shield”: Winning for the first year of “The Shield” put Chiklis on the map, but while the show has remained one of the best on TV, voters have figured they honored him once and it’s time to move on. Big mistake. His fiery turns each week — five years later — are still worthy of awards attention.

Patrick Dempsey, “Grey’s Anatomy”: Seriously, it’s such a female-heavy show, the ladies have an advantage because they get to scream and cry every week and draw attention, but Dempsey should be given credit for his solid, nonhysterical contributions. Seriously.

Matthew Fox, “Lost”: Stuck on the Others’ side of the island for much of time, Fox has probably had more high-profile seasons than this one, but it’s tough to gauge which “Lost”-ie will reach into Emmy’s consciousness.

James Gandolfini, “The Sopranos”: The mob boss’s reign has just come to an end, and if voters feel that a fourth award for top drama actor is worthy, vote now or forever hold your ballots.

Hugh Laurie, “House”: Tough to believe that Laurie didn’t make the cut last year, but that’s likely to change as both Martin Sheen (“The West Wing”) and Peter Krause (“Six Feet Under”) are out of the competition. As long as “House” is on the air, he’s one of the candidates to beat.

Denis Leary, “Rescue Me”: Leary’s smarminess probably turns off some but, that being said, his love-him-or-hate-him onscreen presence makes it tough to turn away.

Ian McShane, “Deadwood”: The third season began airing a year ago, which will probably hurt the “Deadwood” gang — but it shouldn’t. McShane’s combative Al Swearengen had a handful taking on Gerald McRaney’s George Hearst for control of the camp and, though he lost a finger in the process, acted downright civil in the face of his rival’s cruelty.

Christopher Meloni, “Law & Order SVU”: Procedurals and Emmys have always made for an unhealthy marriage, but Meloni and his onscreen partner, Mariska Hargitay, have proved to be popular exceptions.

Kiefer Sutherland, “24″: After the series swam in critical praise during all of 2005-06, this just-concluded season suffered a major post-awards slump. That’s not the fault of Sutherland, of course, and it would be wrong to write him off just because the writers wrote him wrong.

Source: Variety

Posted By: gertiebeth // On: 20 Feb 2007 // Category: Awards // Comments: 0 »

33rd Annual Saturn Award Nominations:

Best Network Television Series – Lost
Best Actor in a Television Series – Matthew Fox
Best Actress in a Television Series – Evangeline Lilly
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series – Michael Emerson and Josh Holloway
Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series – Elizabeth Mitchell
Best DVD Television Release – Lost (The Complete Second Season) (Buena Vista)”

The winners will be announced at this
year’s 33rd Annual Saturn Awards which takes place on Thursday, May 10,
2007 in Universal City. Hosting the event will be actor Greg Grunberg
and comedian Jeffrey Ross.”?


Posted By: gertiebeth // On: 14 Dec 2006 // Category: Awards // Comments: 0 »

Unfortunately Matthew did not receive an actor nomination, but LOST did for best drama. Congratulations LOST!