Emmys: Best Writing – Drama

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“Ozymandias” – Breaking Bad
“Felina” – Breaking Bad
“The Secret Fate Of All Of Life” – True Detective
“Chapter 14” – House of Cards
“The Children” – Game of Thrones

Last Update: 07/12/14

Many consider “Ozymandias” the best episode of “Breaking Bad,” though it failed to receive a directing nomination, so “Felina” could easily be the “Breaking Bad” episode that voters love.

Emmys: Best Directing – Drama

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“Felina” – Breaking Bad
“Who Goes There” – True Detective
“The Watchers On The Wall” – Game of Thrones
“Chapter 14” – House of Cards
“Farewell Daddy Blues” – Boardwalk Empire
“Episode 1” – Downton Abbey

Last Update: 08/06/14

“Breaking Bad” should have the edge in both writing and directing categories. This one, however, contains two episodes that can easily rival the finale. “The Watchers On the Wall” and “Who Goes There” both have impeccable direction by Neil Marshall and Cary Joji Fukunaga.

Emmys: The Big 3 – Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and True Detective

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The Emmys are coming! You can see our full Emmy Predictions by category here, and expect updates within the next week including writing, directing, mini-series, and TV movie categories.

A few weeks ago a list of all potential contenders per category was released online.  You can find those lists on the Primetime Emmys website here. When it comes to the best dramas out there we have a very strong race this year between three particular contenders: “Breaking Bad,” “True Detective,” and “Game of Thrones.”

Each of these three shows are going to be showing up in multiple categories when the nominations are announced. We’ve taken a closer look into the categories they may stand-out in and their chances against each other. So let’s talk a little bit about these shows.

Let’s start off the discussion with “Breaking Bad” (more…)

1st Annual M10 Award Winners

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“12 Years a Slave,” “The Last of Us,” and “Breaking Bad” are the best of 2013. Here is the full list of the 1st Annual M10 Award Winners.

Click More to see the nominees and the highlighted winners:


TV: 1st Annual M10 Nominations

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FILM Nominations and Video Game Nominations were released this past weekend. Here are the first annual M10 Nominations for Television Series’.

“Breaking Bad” and “Game of Thrones” lead with an incredible 13 nominations. “House of Cards” and “Boardwalk Empire” follow with 8 nominations.

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VOTW: Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul read the last few scenes of “Breaking Bad”

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul read “Breaking Bad’s” final episode

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul read the final scenes of “Felina” aloud and have pretty genuine reactions to the material. It’s definitely worth the watch. SPOILER ALERT!

TV Analysis: The final pages of “Breaking Bad”


TV Analysis: The final pages of “Breaking Bad”

On September 29th this year, one of the greatest shows to ever hit television (both critically and personally) aired its final episode.

I have been outspoken regarding my admiration for this series’ direction, design, editing, acting and its overall perfectionism in the art of film-making. Last week the final two pages of “Felina” (the shows final episode) were leaked online.