Young Sheldon

 

Young sheldon

If you watched Young Sheldon last night, it was the number one show on CBS. But who is this Young Sheldon? Iain Armitage portrays Young Sheldon. He is a brilliant actor almost like his character.  He is known for HBO’s Big Little Lies he plays Shailene Woodley’s son Ziggy and in the film The Glass Castle (as the youngest Brian) with Brie Larson. Next, he will co-star with Mandy Moore.

There’s a controversy over Jim Parson’s character Sheldon that his character has autism. We all know what autism are the common symptoms they have problem understanding body language, facial expression, and tone of voice. Also, they can be intellectually smart, more like a robot with AI (Artificial Intelligent) or be a geek and nerd, and be teased at school. Leave them alone one they could rule the world. We have one already.

The bad news is Sheldon does not have autism, but the good news is Jim Parson is an actor. The writers of the show refuse to pathologies their characters because everyone should be loved and be accepted without labels. And the writers are very funny to create hilarious stories and plots and subplots to keep the ball rolling.

People who have “cute autism” do funny things like always need to sit in the same spot and memorize obscure facts. They misunderstand sexual innuendo, they carry around whiteboards, and they speak in funny, hyper-formal constructs. They amaze strangers with mental math, and they’re gosh darn persnickety about food and laundry. Cute autism is sometimes paired with cute OCD, which brings on symptoms like doing amusing rituals and being selectively germophobic, needing things to be lined up on shelves, and putting soup cans in alphabetical order, that makes us laugh.

“Cute Autism” is an identity that families of autistic children already feel compelled to perpetuate by only showing the funny or positive sides of autism.  We watch the events of our kids’ lives until the scary parts are gone.

Notes

http://www.autismsupportnetwork.com/news/problem-sheldon-cooper-and-cute-autism-387783#ixzz4tl8jHx3m

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Annabelle: The Creation

Anna MP

If you love horror movies and suspense, Annabelle: The Creation will scare the crap out of you. Ever since, the first Annabelle movie wasn’t that scary enough, but it was a true story in the 1970’s when two nurses found this old Raggedy Ann doll laying around somewhere and decided to keep it and not knowing it was evil, this was a true case file from the Ed and Lorraine Warren a Roman Catholic couple who were highly controversial American paranormal investigators.

When you watch this movie, this movie will suck the air out of the theater leaving you breathless. The quietness and the stillness will make it scarier and creepy. Everything is standing still until a movement that scares the crap out of you, and you pee in your pants.

This movie will make you jump,  but don’t watch it alone, bring a friend and a pillow.

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Polio-stricken Janice (Talitha Bateman, above ) and her BFF Linda (the lively Lulu Wilson, below), who basically are shunned by the older girls and forced to bunk together. In no time, they discover the dead daughter’s old bedroom, as well as one used as a space for designing doll outfits!  They see the demonic doll, and it takes the life of its own and stalks the inhabitants of the house.

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David Sandberg, the director, finds inventive ways to position her around the house without losing the idea she is just a doll and not a living organism. For example, like Chucky from Child’s Play. Chucky Child’s Play is based on the same premise as Annabelle, but scarier.

The Conjuring universe as created by James Wan, and, like Conjuring 2, has ratcheted up the stakes for all to follow. And you can bet that if moviegoers react like the crowd, I saw it with an audience and it was good. I pee twice in my pants. There will be more, Wan and Peter Safran produced for New Line Cinema and Warner Bros, which unleashes the terror on Friday.

By the way, if the movie is too scary. You can leave, but make sure you watch a hilarious TV show or movie – especially comedies to get the horror images and sound from the movie out of your head. You will never know what will follow you and if you hear creepy noises in your house alone or with a couple friends with you. Watching horror movies can have that affect on the mind with the images and sound.  Watch the movie in the afternoon and later go to church.

Do you plan to see Annabelle: The Creation? Let us know what you think.

Notes

http://deadline.com/2017/08/annabelle-creation-review-conjuring-spinoff-sequel-james-wan-1202143757/

Melissa Benoist and Supergirl

 

Melissa-Benoist 3Melissa Benoist is an American actress and singer best known for her portrayal of the title character in the CBS series Supergirl.

You might know her as Marley Rose on the fourth and fifth season of Glee and other TV shows such as Homeland, The Good Wife and Law & Order.

She graduated from Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado in 2007, and from Marymount Manhattan College in New York City in 2011.

Benoist’s first film was a singer for Mariah Carey’s in Tennessee in 2008.

In May 2012, she auditioned for Glee in New York at the Roundabout Theatre Company, singing a different song for each of her five auditions including: “Fidelity” by Regina Spektor, “King of Anything” by Sara Bareilles, a Colbie Caillat song, and several musical theater pieces. In July, she had two screen tests in California for series creator/writer, Ryan Murphy, the casting directors, and executive producers.

In September 2013, Benoist played Nicole, Miles Teller’s love interest in the film Whiplash. Which won top prizes (Grand Jury and Audience awards) at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

In June 2014, Benoist joined Nicholas Sparks film adaption The Longest Ride as Marcia.

In January 2015, it was reported that Benoist will be portraying the lead role of Kara Zor-El on the upcoming CBS fantasy adventure drama series, Supergirl.

In May 2015, it was announced that Benoist will be playing Lorelai in the film Lowriders, replacing Lily Collins and Nicola Peltz, who were in talks for the role previously.

She starred in the 2015 film Danny Collins, starring Al Pacino, Jennifer Garner, and Annette Bening. She played the role of Jamie, a desk clerk at a hotel frequented by one of Jamie’s all-time favorite rock stars.

In August 2015, Benoist landed the leading role in the Screen Gems drama feature film Oxford, with Sam Heughan as her leading man.

Watch Supergirl on Mondays at 8pm on CBS

 

Notes

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melissa_Benoist

 

Winners at the Grammys

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It’s good to have AC/DC to open the show for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night. The adults may like it, but their children or teens may not know them. They think AC/DC is an outlet that sings – if they touch the outlet, they will sing. It will ZAP the children and cool hairstyles.

Anyway AC/DC sang “Rock or Bust” and their classic “Highway to Hell” from the 70s and 80s.

The winner with the most awards goes to Sam Smith, who took home four awards: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best New Artist, and Best Pop Vocal Album. Beating out Iggy Azalea and Taylor swift. Taylor Swift won so many times, it’s time for the new people to get a chance.

Kanye West thought some singers who are winning Grammies are not artist, if they are not artist, should they win a coloring book and crayons? And draw themselves Grammies? They are artist, take a note Kanye and stop complaining. Be an artist and show us what you can do.  Win something. Kanye is an artist. Or give Kanye West a color book and crayons to be quite.

Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams and Roseanne Cash all won three awards, as did Beck’s “Morning Phase,” which took Album of the Year honors. Kanye West like to crash in people expectant speeches. Give Kanye West something to do, make him hand out awards to the winners, if he runs away with one of them. You know where to find him.

Grammy performers that includes Kanye West (twice – obviously), Rihanna, Paul McCartney, AC/DC, Madonna, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Sia and Usher.  Which one did you like?  I still like Sia, her performance was fantastic.  Mrianda Lambert was good but she was bleep or silence by the censors, I wonder what she sang.

And it looked like Prince was annoyed of presenting awards. Could they get Michael Jackson to come back from the dead to present an award?

Here are the other winners who won early and  during the show.

Record of the Year

“Stay With Me” (Darkchild Version), Sam Smith

Album of the Year

“Morning Phase,” Beck

Song of the Year

James Napier, William Phillips and Sam Smith (“Stay With Me (Darkchild Version),” Sam Smith)

New Artist

Sam Smith

Pop Solo Performance

“Happy (Live),” Pharrell Williams

Pop Performance, Duo or Group

“Say Something,” A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera

Pop Vocal Album

“In the Lonely Hour,” Sam Smith

Dance Recording

“Rather Be,” Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne

Dance/Electronic Album

“Syro,” Aphex Twin

Traditional Pop Vocal Album

“Cheek to Cheek,” Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

Rock Performance

“Lazaretto,” Jack White

Metal Performance

“The Last in Line,” Tenacious D

Rock Song

Hayley Williams and Taylor York (“Ain’t It Fun,” Paramore)

Rock Album

“Morning Phase,” Beck

Alternative Music Album

“St. Vincent,” St. Vincent

R&B Performance

“Drunk in Love,” Beyoncé and Jay Z

Traditional R&B Performance

“Jesus Children,” Robert Glasper Experiment, Lalah Hathaway and Malcolm-Jamal Warner

R&B Song

Shawn Carter, Rasool Diaz, Noel Fisher, Jerome Harmon, Beyoncé Knowles, Timothy Mosely, Andre Eric Proctor and Brian Soko, (“Drunk in Love,” Beyoncé and Jay Z)

R&B Album

“Love, Marriage & Divorce,” Toni Braxton and Babyface

Rap Performance

“I,” Kendrick Lamar

Rap/Sung Collaboration

“The Monster,” Eminem and Rihanna

Rap Song

  1. Duckworth and C. Smith (“I,” Kendrick Lamar)

Rap Album

“The Marshall Mathers LP2,” Eminem

Urban Contemporary Album

“G I R L,” Pharrell Williams

Country Solo Performance

“Something in the Water,” Carrie Underwood

Country Duo/Group Performance

“Gentle on My Mind,” the Band Perry

Country Song

Glen Campbell and Julian Raymond (“I’m Not Gonna Miss You,” Glen Campbell)

Country Album

“Platinum,” Miranda Lambert

New Age Album

“Winds of Samsara,” Ricky Kej and Wouter Kellerman

Improvised Jazz Solo

“Fingerprints,” Chick Corea

Jazz Vocal Album

“Beautiful Life,” Dianne Reeves

Jazz Instrumental Album

“Trilogy,” Chick Corea Trio

Large Jazz Ensemble Album

“Life in the Bubble,” Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band

Latin Jazz Album

“The Offense of the Drum,” Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra

Gospel Performance/Song

Aaron W. Lindsey and Smokie Norful (“No Greater Love,” Smokie Norful)

Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

Torrance Esmond, Ran Jackson, Ricky Jackson, Kenneth Chris Mackey, Lecrae Moore, Joseph Prielozny, Joel Smallbone and Luke Smallbone (“Messengers,” Lecrae and For King & Country)

Gospel Album

“Help,” Erica Campbell

Contemporary Christian Music Album

“Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong.” For King & Country

Latin Pop Album

“Tangos,” Rubén Blades

Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album

“Multiviral,” Calle 13

Regional Mexican or Tejano Album

“Mano a Mano — Tangos a la Manera de Vicente Fernández,” Vicente Fernández

Tropical Latin Album

“Más & Corazón Profundo,” Carlos Vives

American Roots Song

Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal (“A Feather’s Not a Bird,” Rosanne Cash)

Americana Album

“The River & the Thread,” Rosanne Cash

Bluegrass Album

“The Earls of Leicester,” The Earls of Leicester

Blues Album

“Step Back,” Johnny Winter

Folk Album

“Remedy,” Old Crow Medicine Show

Regional Roots Music Album

“The Legacy,” Jo-El Sonnier

Reggae Album

“Fly Rasta,” Ziggy Marley

World Music Album

“Eve,” Angelique Kidjo

Children’s Album

“I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Changed the World (Malala Yousafzai),” Neela Vaswani

Spoken Word Album

“Diary of a Mad Diva,” Joan Rivers

Comedy Album

“Mandatory Fun,” Weird Al Yankovic

Musical Theater Album

“Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” Jessie Mueller, principal soloist; Jason Howland, Steve Sidwell and Billy Jay Stein, producers; Carole King, composer and lyricist

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

“Frozen,” Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez, Tom MacDougall and Chris Montan, compilation producers

Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

“The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Alexandre Desplat, composer

Song Written for Visual Media

Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, “Let It Go,” from “Frozen” (Idina Menzel)

Instrumental Composition

“The Book Thief,” John Williams (John Williams)

Producer of the Year, Nonclassical

Max Martin

Producer of the Year, Classical

Judith Sherman

Remixed Recording, Nonclassical

“All of Me (Tiësto’s Birthday Treatment Remix),” Tijs Michiel Verwest (John Legend)

Orchestral Performance

“Adams, John: City Noir,” David Robertson, conductor (St. Louis Symphony)

Opera Recording

“Charpentier: La Descente d’Orphée aux Enfers,” Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs, conductors; Aaron Sheehan; Renate Wolter-Seevers, producer (Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Ensemble; Boston Early Music Festival Vocal Ensemble)

Music Video

“Happy,” Pharrell Williams

Music Film

“20 Feet From Stardom,” Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer and Judith Hill

What you missed, they were cancel

People are not watching television shows anymore. Why? Maybe the shows are getting bored, especially the plot lines or episodes every week. Especially around the eight o clock hour and the rest of the hours, that goes up to eleven o clock in the evening and then we go to sleep.  The shows and their plot lines have to be intriguing with story and character of the shows.

When critics watch these shows and they think we should watch these shows, we may watch the first episode or pilot show of the new season. We may like it, but it all comes what plot lines for every episodes and the actors in the show that we like to see in our living room every night. And do we have to time to watch it?  Reality shows are great to watch. How about scripted shows?

Here are some of the shows that will end soon this year and never coming back, because they were, cancel because of low ratings of TV viewers. Or they never seen these shows, until now.

State of Affairs – NBC

This political drama from NBC sees Katherine Heigl playing a CIA analyst who advises the first female African American president (played by Alfre Woodard) on matters involving national security. This show was getting low ratings and it will be cancel by NBC soon. Heigl’s star power has certainly faded in recent years and this series wasn’t what she needed to get back on top. State of Affairs got mixed reviews from critics. “The writing does no one any favors, failing even to make the most of Alfre Woodard as president,” said a source. With poor ratings and reviews, it doesn’t look like there’s much incentive to keep this one around.

Hart of Dixie

The CW has been on a winning streak recently with its first ever Golden Globe win for Jane the Virgin, as well as top ratings for its DC Comics-based shows The Flash and Arrow. The one weak point in the network’s lineup seems to be this Rachel Bilson-star, in which she plays a New York doctor who decides to take a job at a practice in Alabama after going through some personal turmoil. Heart of Dixie will end after four seasons on the CW.

If the Jane the Virgin can hold up, since they won for best TV show from the Golden Globe awards a month ago and the actress too. Maybe a better time slot and the viewers can watch this show and see why this show is funnier and intriguing to watch.

CSI

CSI will be cancel from CBS, they don’t have to investigated what happened to this show after 15 season on CBS. The spin offs are better and getting good reviews. Crime is crime and they solve numerous mysteries death by using CSI techniques. I really like one episode, when they killed off Justin Bieber. He was a fan of the show. Look how Justin Bieber rose to fame and downhill it came.

Stalker

CBS’s attempt at a new crime procedural failed with this mess of a show about LAPD’s Threat Assessment Unit and victims of stalking. They should have taken real life cases of stalkers crimes and it could have been a hit and mention in the beginning of the show that these episodes are real cases and use actors to represent the story. But the show itself was misguided of being not stalked by viewers to watch this show. It will be cancel soon.

Resurrection

This ABC drama about a group of people who have to deal with the fact that a bunch of their family members suddenly rise from the dead and rejoin life as if nothing happened probably would have been more successful if it was the zombie show it kind of sounds like it should be. It’s a zombie show. The show is based on the Jason Mott novel “The Returned”, which also spawned a French series that critics say is miles better than the US version.  “You should watch Les Revenants; it aired on Sundance and is now on Netflix, and it’s really good. Resurrection is not as good. It’s a little too sunny, a little too perky about people coming back from the dead,” said Vulture. This show is not be resurrected. Eat brains.

Forever

ABC drama about an immortal medical examiner is going to be cancelled. While the examiner’s 200 years on Earth give him insights into his profession that no one else has as he solves murders in New York City, it seems like this show just wasn’t destined to live forever. The last remaining nine episodes is being shown and it is not Forever.

Revenge

At the end of the third season, the show had been teasing all along finally occurred and now the show is attempting to figure out how to continue without that tension. “Going forward, though, Revenge is going to have to determine what the show looks like without Emily going after the Graysons at every turn, because as shown in this episode, they haven’t quite figured that part out yet,” It seems likely the show won’t get the chance to work that stuff out. So will she get revenge of the low ratings and viewership of the TV audience.

Hollywood Films Awards 2014

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People are probably thinking The Hollywood Film Awards was on 17 years ago? Did I missed it? What happened to the Day Time Emmy awards? Was that 17 years ago too? Please don’t put awards show streaming on the internet again.  And now Dish Network is dropping channels again? Come on! I need my Big Bang. I meant Big Bang Theory. These shows are meant to be seen on TV not streaming over the internet.

The Hollywood Film Awards is the mandatory stop in winning the Oscar, and the Golden Globes too, but the Hollywood Film Awards is the achievement in filmmaking and acting performance. It started in 1997, by Carlos de Abreu and Janice Pennington. Over the years, it was covered by the entertainment media such as Entertainment Tonight and Access Hollywood, and other Entertainment media sites. But now, it’s on CBS.

Here are some highlights of what happened if you already missed it.

“Gone Girl” won the evening’s top prizes and Ben Afleck  was on hand to accept on behalf of the cast, director and producer. It was based on Gillian  Flynn’s bestselling novel. And she won for best  screenplay adaptation of her book.

“If you’re gonna have one chance for America to see your junk, you want it to be cold,” Affleck quipped. Junk. Cold. What?

Shailene Woodley scored breakout actress honor for “The Fault in Our Stars.” “To do this film really, truly felt like such an honor in my life,” she said.

Jennifer Lopez couldn’t read the teleprompter and a flub her lines for the introduction for the animation award. Instead of saying “How to Train Your Dragon 2” she said “How to Drain Your Dragon”, that will end up on a gag reel or the internet. She giggle when she said it.

Johnny Depp also stumbled over some words while introducing the documentary prize. To his credit, Depp admitted from the start he’s not good at these types of things. Get used to it Johnny Depp.

Kristen Stewart, who was wearing a mesh cropped top that showed off her sexy body, was completely unaware she suffered a wardrobe malfunction as she presented an award to her “Still Alice” co-star, Julianne Moore, according to US Weekly. I was looking closely. I can see through her top.

Most of the winners are contenders to win the Oscars which will be presented on ABC on Sunday, February 22, 2015 at 7pm,  with your host Neil Patrick Harris.

Here are the winners

Hollywood Film: “Gone Girl”

Hollywood Actor: Benedict Cumberbatch, “The Imitation Game”

Hollywood Blockbuster: “Guardians of the Galaxy”

Hollywood Documentary: Mike Myers, “Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon”

Hollywood Actress: Julianne Moore, “Still Alice”

Career Achievement: Michael Keaton

Hollywood Animation: “How to Train Your Dragon 2”

Hollywood Comedy Film: Chris Rock, “Top Five”

New Hollywood: Jack O’Connell, “Unbroken”

Hollywood Ensemble: “Foxcatcher” cast

Hollywood Director: Morten Tyldum, “The Imitation Game”

Hollywood Song: Janelle Monae, “What is Love?” from “Rio 2”

Hollywood Screenwriter: Gillian Flynn, “Gone Girl”

Hollywood Breakout Performance Actor: Eddie Redmayne, “The Theory of Everything”

Hollywood Breakthrough Director: Jean-Marc Vallee, “Wild”

Hollywood Supporting Actress: Keira Knightley, “The Imitation Game”

Hollywood Breakout Performance Actress: Shailene Woodley, “The Fault in Our Stars”

Hollywood Supporting Actor: Robert Duvall, “The Judge”

Hollywood Cinematography Award: Emmanuel Lubezki, “Birdman”

Hollywood International Award: Jing Tian

Hollywood Visual Effects Award: Scott Farrar, “Transformers: Age of Extinction”

Hollywood Film Composer Award: Alexandre Desplat, “The Imitation Game”

Hollywood Costume Design Award: Milena Canonero, “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

Hollywood Editing Award: Jay Cassidy and Dody Dorn, “Fury”

Hollywood Production Design Award: Dylan Cole and Gary Freeman, “Maleficent”

Hollywood Sound Award: Ren Klyce, “Gone Girl”

Hollywood Makeup and Hairstyling Award: David White (Special Makeup Effects) and Elizabeth Yanni-Georgiou (Hair Designer and Makeup Designer), “Guardians of the Galaxy”

Notes

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/hollywood-film-awards-2014-top-moments-and-highlights/

http://www.hollywoodawards.com/

http://www.beautyworldnews.com/articles/14562/20141116/kristen-stewart-goes-commando-2014-hollywood-film-awards-complete-list.htm#ixzz3JDKer8TL

The 65th Prime Time Emmy Awards

Last Sunday night was the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards at Nokia Theatre on Sept. 22, 2013, in Los Angeles

Here are some highlights.

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Will Ferrel and his sons announced the Outstanding Comedy and Drama series.  Will came out wearing just a T-shirt and short and in tow his three sons with the same attire he was wearing.  Looked like he couldn’t find a baby sitter and lost his tuxedo, but that was good. “This is the Emmys, don’t blow this for me guys,” he said.  Then one of them wanted to go the bathroom. He told him to hold it.  One was playing a game and the two of them were standing and waiting to go home or to the bathroom.

Merrit Weaver

Nurse Jackie star Merrit Wever’s won for best supporting actress in a comedy and one of the best speeches ever, there should be a category for the next Emmy Awards, one for best speeches. She said “Thank you. I gotta go.”  What she meant by this, she needed to go to the bathroom. She was surprised that she won and speechless of what to say to her fellow costars and friends.

Michael Douglas

While accepting his award for Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, “Behind the Candelabra” star Michael Douglas gave a special shout out to his Liberace movie co-star, Matt Damon. “This is a two-hander, and Matt, you’re only as good as your other hand,” Douglas cheekily said, as Damon laughingly waved off the praise. “You really deserve half of this,” Douglas continued. “So, do you want the bottom, or the top?”

Since Liberace was gay and Michael Douglas, played him in the movie was teasing Matt Damon. You have to see this movie, it was incredibly well done, Behind the Candelabra it’s playing  on HBO and it’s already out on DVD since September 17, 2013.

Bob Newhart

If you haven’t seen Bob Newhart Show, it is still one of the funniest TV show and he made a guest appearance on the Big Bang Theory. Still funny has ever. He makes me laugh when he comes either on the big screen or TV screen. He’s an icon. The audience gave him a stand ovation.

“Was that a compliment, or were you just trying to rub it in?” said Newhart.

In memorial when celebrities die within the year, they should select who were memorable to us and contributed to the entertainment community and how many Emmys they had. James Gandolfini, memorialized by Edie Falco; Jonathan Winters, by Robin Williams; Jean Stapleton, by Rob Reiner; writer-producer Gary David Goldberg, by Michael J. Fox and Cory Monteith, by Jane Lynch.  As you may know Cory Monteith died with an overdose of drugs. Of course he was talented young actor, but he never received an Emmy for his work. Other actors, like Jack Klugman, Dennis Farina, Annette Funicello, Bonnie Franklin, Julie Harris and Andy Williams. received Emmys for their work.  Cory was young when he passed away. Probably they wanted to pay respect for song and dance on Glee. Plus they could have show clips of their performance for each, it only take six to ten seconds for each one.  I hope next awards like the Oscar 2014 could have done better.

Jim Parson Emmy

Jim Parsons poses backstage with award for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series for his role on  “The Big Bang Theory.” His third win.

Derek-Hough

Derrek Hough won his first award as a choreography for “Dancing with The Stars”

Here are the rest of the winners:

Drama Series: “Breaking Bad” (AMC)

Actor, Drama Series: Jeff Daniels, “The Newsroom (HBO)

Actress, Drama Series: Claire Danes, “Homeland” (Showtime)

Supporting Actor, Drama Series: Bobby Cannavale, “Boardwalk Empire” (HBO)

Supporting Actress, Drama Series: Anna Gunn, “Breaking Bad” (AMC)

Directing, Drama Series: David Fincher, “House of Cards” (Netflix)

Writing, Drama Series: Henry Bromell, “Homeland” (Showtime)

Comedy Series: “Modern Family” (ABC)

Lead Actor, Comedy Series: Jim Parsons, “The Big Bang Theory” (CBS)

Lead Actress, Comedy Series: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, “Veep,” (HBO)

Supporting Actor, Comedy Series: Tony Hale, “Veep” (HBO)

Supporting Actress, Comedy Series: Merritt Wever, “Nurse Jackie” (Showtime)

Directing, Comedy Series: Gail Mancuso, “Modern Family” (ABC)

Writing, Comedy Series: Tina Fey and Tracey Wigfield, “30 Rock” (NBC)

Miniseries or Movie: “Behind the Candelabra” (HBO)

Lead Actor, Miniseries or Movie: Michael Douglas, “Behind the Candelabra” (HBO)

Lead Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Laura Linney, “The Big C: Hereafter” (Showtime)

Supporting Actor, Miniseries or Movie: James Cromwell, “American Horror Story: Asylum” (FX)

Supporting Actress, Miniseries or Movie: Ellen Burstyn, “Political Animals” (USA)

Directing, Miniseries or Movie: Steven Soderbergh, “Behind the Candelabra” (HBO)

Writing, Miniseries or Movie: Abi Morgan, “The Hour” (BBC America)

Reality-Competition Program: “The Voice” (NBC)

Variety Series: “The Colbert Report” (Comedy Central)

Writing, Variety Series: “The Colbert Report” (Comedy Central)

Directing, Variety Series: Don Roy King, “Saturday Night Live” (NBC)

Choreography: Derek Hough, “Dancing With the Stars” (ABC)

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