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The Complete List of Winners From 71st Emmy Awards



The Television Academy celebrated the 71st Emmy® Awards, recognizing excellence in primetime programming and individual achievement for the 2018-2019 television season.

The 71st Emmy Awards were broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on FOX. Produced by Don Mischer Productions and Done+Dusted, the telecast featured 27 awards presented by top talent from some of television’s most acclaimed shows including Angela Bassett (9-1-1 and The Flood), Anthony Anderson (black-ish), Stephen Colbert (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert), James Corden (The Late Late Show with James Corden), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep), Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method), Bill Hader (Barry), Ken Jeong (The Masked Singer), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Fosse/Verdon and His Dark Materials), Catherine O’Hara (Schitt’s Creek), Gwyneth Paltrow (The Politician), Amy Poehler (Duncanville and Russian Doll), Billy Porter (Pose), Ben Stiller (Escape at Dannemora), Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag and Killing Eve), Taraji P. Henson (Empire) and Zendaya (Euphoria).

Additionally, Emmys were awarded in 97 other categories at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series

Tony Shalhoub as Abe Weissman                                                  Prime Video

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series

Alex Borstein as Susie Myerson                                                    Prime Video

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series

Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Written by                                               Prime Video


Episode 1

Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series

Harry Bradbeer, Directed by                                                        Prime Video

Episode 1

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series

Bill Hader as Barry                                                                       HBO


Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series

Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Fleabag                                                Prime Video



Outstanding Competition Program

RuPaul’s Drag Race                                                                     VH1

Pamela Post, Executive Producer
Tim Palazzola, Executive Producer
Randy Barbato, Executive Producer
Fenton Bailey, Executive Producer
Tom Campbell, Executive Producer
RuPaul Charles, Executive Producer
Steven Corfe, Executive Producer
Mandy Salangsang, Executive Producer
Bruce McCoy, Co-Executive Producer
Michele Mills, Co-Executive Producer
Jacqueline Wilson, Co-Executive Producer
Thairin Smothers, Senior Producer
John Polly, Producer
Michelle Visage, Producer
Jen Passovoy, Producer

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie

Patricia Arquette as Dee Dee Blanchard                                       Hulu

The Act

Outstanding Directing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special

Johan Renck, Directed by                                                              HBO


Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie

Ben Whishaw as Norman                                                               Prime Video

A Very English Scandal

Outstanding Writing For A Limited Series, Movie Or Dramatic Special

Craig Mazin, Written by                                                                HBO



Outstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie

Jharrel Jerome as Korey Wise                                                       Netflix

When They See Us

Outstanding Television Movie

Bandersnatch (Black Mirror)                                                   Netflix

Annabel Jones, Executive Producer
Charlie Brooker, Executive Producer
Russell McLean, Producer

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie

Michelle Williams as Gwen Verdon                                               FX Networks


Outstanding Limited Series

Chernobyl                                                                                  HBO

Craig Mazin, Executive Producer
Carolyn Strauss, Executive Producer
Jane Featherstone, Executive Producer
Johan Renck, Co-Executive Producer
Chris Fry, Co-Executive Producer
Sanne Wohlenberg, Producer


Outstanding Writing For A Variety Series

Dan Gurewitch, Senior Writer                                                       HBO
Jeff Maurer, Senior Writer
Jill Twiss, Senior Writer
Juli Weiner, Senior Writer
Tim Carvell, Written by
Raquel D’Apice, Written by
Josh Gondelman, Written by
Daniel O’Brien, Written by
John Oliver, Written by
Owen Parsons, Written by
Charlie Redd, Written by
Joanna Rothkopf, Written by
Ben Silva, Written by
Seena Vali, Written by


Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

Outstanding Variety Sketch Series

Saturday Night Live                                                                   NBC

Lorne Michaels, Executive Producer
Ken Aymong, Supervising Producer
Lindsay Shookus, Producer
Erin Doyle, Producer
Tom Broecker, Producer
Steve Higgins, Produced by
Erik Kenward, Produced by

Outstanding Directing For A Variety Series

Don Roy King, Directed by                                                             NBC

Saturday Night Live
Host: Adam Sandler 

Outstanding Variety Talk Series

Last Week Tonight With John Oliver                                         HBO

John Oliver, Executive Producer/Host
Tim Carvell, Executive Producer
Liz Stanton, Executive Producer
Jeremy Tchaban, Supervising Producer


Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series

Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister                                                HBO

Game Of Thrones

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

Jesse Armstrong, Written by                                                        HBO

Nobody Is Ever Missing

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

Julia Garner as Ruth Langmore                                                     Netflix


Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

Billy Porter as Pray Tell                                                               FX Networks

Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series

Jason Bateman, Directed by                                                          Netflix


Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Jodie Comer as Villanelle                                                                                               BBC America

Killing Eve


Outstanding Comedy Series

Fleabag                                                                                       Prime Video

Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Executive Producer
Harry Bradbeer, Executive Producer
Lydia Hampson, Executive Producer
Harry Williams, Executive Producer
Jack Williams, Executive Producer
Joe Lewis, Executive Producer
Sarah Hammond, Producer

Outstanding Drama Series

Game Of Thrones                                                                        HBO

David Benioff, Executive Producer
D.B. Weiss, Executive Producer
Carolyn Strauss, Executive Producer
Bernadette Caulfield, Executive Producer
Frank Doelger, Executive Producer
David Nutter, Executive Producer
Miguel Sapochnik, Executive Producer
Vince Gerardis, Co-Executive Producer
Guymon Casady, Co-Executive Producer
George R.R. Martin, Co-Executive Producer
Bryan Cogman, Co-Executive Producer
Chris Newman, Producer
Greg Spence, Producer
Lisa McAtackney, Producer
Duncan Muggoch, Producer


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No Question Mark Box Here; Super Mario Delivers a 1-Up in Theaters



If you were born in the ’80s, ’90s, or literally ANY decade after those, you know about Super Mario. A cultural phenomenon was brought to life on the big screen this last weekend. One that has not only stood the test of time but reinvented itself time and time again. This wasn’t even the first time it’s been made into a movie but, well, let’s be honest.. some of us choose not to acknowledge the LIVE action adaptation of the beloved game from 30 years ago. 

It was pretty bad… But this was animation. ILLUMINATION animation at that. The Universal company that brought us Gru and his Minions, showed us the Secret Life of Pets, and gave us a reason to SING! Still, I had my reservations and even some concerns, especially when the casting was announced. 

 Eyebrows were raised. As big of stars as they were on paper, could they really deliver on voicing characters from a staple of our childhood? They did.

Chris Pratt and Charlie Day may not be Italian, and Jack Black may not be a King or Turtle creature from the Mushroom Kingdom, but they make the characters their own all while paying homage to the lore of a video game. 

From the jump, the story reintroduces us to the brothers that just want to save Brooklyn one clogged sink at a time. We feel an instant connection and relate to these “underdogs of the plumbing world”. The movie is riddled with easter eggs, each of which tugs on the heartstrings of every generation of Mario fandom. And the soundtrack was beautifully put together to not only make us feel like we’re taking a walkthrough of the game but like an experience all its own with some familiar favorites thrown in.

Every word in the movie is pure eye candy for both those that are casual fans, and those analyzing every frame to see what they’ll catch next. Bowser’s ship, the Mushroom Kingdom, Kong’s arena, and the Rainbow Road.. They’re all meant to give us just enough of a “new” look at these amazing worlds, but stay true to how we remember them.

The movie itself moves along at the perfect pace. Although, if you don’t really know ANYTHING about the Super Mario Bros, you may have gotten a little lost and felt left behind in the green tunnel. But that’s ok! It’s an adventure of the imagination and a classic story of a boy that meets a girl and tries to save the world from a monster that wants to destroy it.

What’s funny is that you could easily say this is a story about two characters who couldn’t be more opposite if they tried, battling to win the heart of a princess. Who would’ve thought that the King of the Koopas was just trying to impress his crush?

And that song? Ohhh THAT song! It’s my new ringtone and deserves the Oscar for Best Original Song.

Back to the movie. 

Universal and Illumination clearly understood the assignment. Is it missing some things or could things have been done differently or even better? Absolutely! We’re the worst critics of the things we hold nearest and dearest to our hearts. But if you’re up for going on a 90-minute adventure through amazing worlds, with awesome music, and characters that’ll make you smile and laugh, then this is the perfect movie to spring you into that warm summer feeling.

Plus there’s the whole part with karts and shells, and banana peels and oh my goodness how amazing was that?? It’s enough to make you want to stand up and cheer, then go home and destroy your friends and family on your favorite track haha.

The bottom line, it pays homage in all the right ways to the little guy with the mustache, while giving us something new and exciting. Take the kids and go see Super Mario Bros. You’ll be glad you did!

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Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment returns to WonderCon 2023



Justice League x RWBY: Superheroes & Hunters Opening Act Saturday, March 25 at 1:30 p.m. on North 200A. Talent confirmed so far to participate in the post-screening panel is Natalie Alyn Lind (Big Sky, The Goldbergs, Gotham) as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince and longtime RWBY cast member Lindsay Jones (Camp Camp) as Ruby, Kara Eberle ( RWBY: Ice Queendom) as Weiss, Arryn Zech (Detective Now Dead) as Blake and Barbara Dunkelman (Blood Fest) as Yang – along with Jeannie Tirado (Soul, Saints Row) as Green Lantern and Tru Valentino (The Rookie, The Cuphead Show!) as a cyborg. Also attending the panel will be producer/director Kerry Shawcross (series RWBY) and writer Meghan Fitzmartin (Supernatural, Justice Society: World War II).

Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment returns to WonderCon 2023 with the big screen debut from DC Animated Films: highlights this year include the world premieres of the highly anticipated Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham and Justice League x RWBY: Superheroes & Hunters Part One the weekend of March 24-26 in Anaheim, California. Both screenings will be followed by panel discussions with actors and creators. Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham premieres at The Arena on Friday, March 24 at 6 p.m. Tati Gabrielle (Kaleidoscope, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Uncharted) as Kai Li Cain, Christopher Gorham (The Lincoln Lawyer, Insatiable) as Oliver Queen, David Dastmalchian (Dune, Suicide Squad, Ant-Man) as Grendon, producer/co-director Sam Liu (The Death and the Return of Superman), co-director Christopher Berkeley (Young Justice) and screenwriter Jase Ricci (Teen Titans Go! and DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem Across the Multiverse).

Both films will have encore screenings in the Arena on Sunday, March 26. Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes & Huntsmen, Part One will screen at 12:15pm, followed by Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham at 2:00pm

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Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3



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