This looks set to change: has just ended in the US, and many are hailing it as the greatest final season in recent memory.
It isn’t often said or appreciated, but it actually takes a bit of bravery and self-confidence for an actress to get up on the big screen and makes themselves sexually awkward, inexperienced and/or unattractive on the big screen.
In an industry where looks hold sway and where judgment comes with your morning latte, we have to give some props to Aubrey Plaza for willing to go the distance. The sex comedy “The To Do List” arrives later this month (and it’s one of our 10 Films Worth Tracking Down This July), and the first clip is here with Plaza getting into a bit of trouble with the backdoor.
The premise for the ’90s set movie, hence the clothing, is pretty straightforward: on her way to college, a clean cut high school graduate aims to cross off every sexual act on her bucket list to get some experience. Co-starring an insane ensemble including Rachel Bilson, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg, Scott Porter, Connie Britton, Clark Gregg, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Donald Glover, Johnny Simmons, Sarah Steele and Alia Shawkat, “The To Do List” opens on July 26th.
Below we take a look at the recent crop of shows that could get mentioned during tomorrow's announcement.
In the Drama category's case, perennial winner both suffered a minor slump in quality, which may inspire voters to look elsewhere – especially considering the past year's output of new TV shows has been the strongest in recent memory.
It's weird to think that #Community ended over a year ago — it feels like only yesterday that we lost one of the smartest TV comedies to ever hit our screens.
Season 6 received mixed reviews from fans and critics, but I liked it all the same, even with the absence of Troy (#Donald Glover).
See Also: Gillian Jacobs has been doing well since Community, most notably starring in the critically acclaimed Netflix comedy, Love.Out of last year's nominees, The Netflix series – rumoured be the streaming service's most expensive – already has the jump on its competitors as it's the reigning Golden Globe victor.Tie this into the fact it's a series about the royal family and it's certain US voters may lap this up as the token A left-field but rather a probable entrant is this adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel currently causing discomfort the world around.We already know the usual suspects will pop up, from Julia Louis-Dreyfus to , but what about the new series and the underdogs?To celebrate the shows and the performances we loved most for the 2016 - 2017 TV season, and spotlight those who often get pushed to the margins when the Academy favorites snag up the spots, we’ve chosen our picks for what the 2017 Emmy nominations should look like.