Although showrunners and writers are bound by the constraints of time, money, and network approval, many of the TV shows that we know, and love have inadvertently predicted the future. You may not realize how close the plot of some TV shows come to reality, so today weâ€™re here to explore the large and small aspects of our lives that have been predicted by Hollywood writers.
This yearâ€™s award ceremony, which will be hosted by SNLâ€™s Colin Jost and Michael Che, will be held on September 17th at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The nominees this year shouldnâ€™t surprise you. The list is populated with some of the most popular shows on TV and from web platforms like Netflix, some of which garnered up to 22 nominations out of 45 total categories.
Every year, people turn to the Emmy Award nomination committee to predict which TV shows will flop and which will flourish in the future. This year, the Emmyâ€™s lauded shows like Game of Thrones, Westworld, and Atlanta, while offering a number of conspicuous snubs to popular shows like Twin Peaks and Will & Grace. Today, letâ€™s explore this yearâ€™s snubs, and see whether we agree with the committeeâ€™s choice.
Even though Americans threw off the yoke of their British overlords centuries ago, weâ€™ve still remained obsessed with their art and culture. Many people donâ€™t realize that the British have infiltrated more than we know since a ton of our favorite TV shows that are made with American actors are actually remakes of an already-popular British show. Here are a few shows that you may not have realized came from Britain.
YouTube video creators who were once immersed in developing interesting and unique content are now looking at other platforms to showcase their videos in order to earn an honest buck. Itâ€™s undeniable that many popular creators on the site have felt the financial effects trickle down as some YouTube videos now simply donâ€™t get the ads or forefront visualization on the site, as they use to. Whether youâ€™re a creator or user, below are nine of the best alternatives to YouTube.
In the last few years, movie producers have come up with new and exciting ways to use modern cinematic technology and storytelling techniques to revive the films that many of us know from childhood. While most of us will never get tired of watching the animated Disney movies that we grew up with like The Lion King, and Aladdin, producers are now taking these stories and introducing them to a new audience.
In this day and age, mostly everything that airs on television offends someone out there who is watching. Still, throughout history, there have been TV episodes that have pushed the boundaries for network and audience alike; causing a wave of scandal, outrage, and backlash from activist groups and other organizations. What makes these 12 episodes in TV history so controversial? Read on and see for yourself.
Although itâ€™s almost impossible to keep up with all the new TV series that are being introduced on primetime and via online streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, there are some shows that make waves when networks announce their cancellation. Some, like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, even make enough of a splash that other networks pick them up and redeem them from cancellation.
Simply put, you no longer need a $500 home console to enjoy a top tier gaming experience. If youâ€™re in need a little bit more proof, then you best start clicking. Today, we take a look at some of the best console-first video games that have migrated their way to your smartphone. Be warned though, your days of daily face-to-face social interaction are numbered.