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Creative Arts Emmys 2019 (Saturday): 8 exclusive red carpet interviews with Marsha Stephanie Blake, Seth Green, Barbara Corcoran and more [Watch]

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Creative Arts Emmys 2019 (Saturday): 8 exclusive red carpet interviews with Marsha Stephanie Blake, Seth Green, Barbara Corcoran and more [Watch]
Gold Derby was on the red carpet and backstage in the press room for Saturday’s 2019 Creative Arts Emmys to chat with many of this year’s nominees. (See the complete list of winners.) Among the Emmy contenders we chatted with in downtown Los Angeles were Marsha Stephanie Blake (“When They See Us”), Seth Green (“Robot Chicken”) and Barbara Corcoran (“Shark Tank”).

Once again this year the Creative Arts ceremonies were separated into two different nights, with Saturday focusing on nonfiction/reality/variety and the next event on Sunday celebrating scripted fare. The live Primetime ceremony will air Sunday, September 22 on Fox.

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Marsha Stephanie Blake, “When They See Us

Barbara Corcoran, “Shark Tank

Deadliest Catch” captains

Free Solo” composers

Seth Green, “Robot Chicken

“Late Late Show with James Corden” producers

Rickey Minor, “Aretha” and “The Oscars” music director

Kevin Michael Richardson,
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Deadline’s Creative Arts Emmys Night 1 Live Blog

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The first night of the Creative Arts Emmys are underway and we have Antonia Blyth, Matt Grobar and Diane Haithman were on the ground at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles to report on all the winners coming out of the two-night ceremony before the Prime Time Emmys air on September 22.

Many iconic shows have end their run and Emmy staples like Game Of Thrones and Veep are vying for trophies at their final Emmy haul this weekend. 48 categories will be handed out tonight including Outstanding Animated Program, Outstanding Documentary Nonfiction Series, Outstanding Variety Special, Outstanding Structured Reality Program and others. The accolades will continue Sunday as they will give out 49 Creative Arts Emmys.

Saturday’s ceremony will include presenters Will Arnett (BoJack Horseman), Marsha Stephanie Blake (When They See Us), W. Kamau Bell (United Shades of America), Kate Chastain (Below Deck), Terry Crews (America’s Got Talent), Seth Green (Robot Chicken
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Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2019 Full Winners List: Oscar Darling ‘Free Solo’ Wins Big

Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2019 Full Winners List: Oscar Darling ‘Free Solo’ Wins Big
It was a wild scene at the first night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday, with an Oscar-winning documentary holding court over its television brethren. National Geographic’s “Free Solo” went seven for seven at the ceremony, winning every award it was nominated for, including trophies for directing, cinematography, and editing.

Meanwhile, Netflix’s animated sci-fi anthology series “Love, Death, and Robots” scored five awards, with four previously announced notices for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation, as well as the award for Outstanding Short Form Animated Series. Netflix’s reality makeover show “Queer Eye” also had a good night, nabbing four awards at the ceremony, including Outstanding Structured Reality Program and Casting for a Reality Program.

The 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards taking place Saturday, Sept. 14 and Sunday, Sept. 15 and awarding nearly 100 categories in two separate ceremonies held at Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

A wide variety of
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2019 Creative Arts Emmy winners (Saturday): Full list of nominees and winners in all 48 categories

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2019 Creative Arts Emmy winners (Saturday): Full list of nominees and winners in all 48 categories
The Primetime Emmy telecast will take place on Sunday night, September 22, but die-hard Emmy connoisseurs know most of the awards are handed out the weekend before. On Saturday, September 14, and Sunday, September 15, the television academy held its Creative Arts Awards, honoring the best behind-the-scenes artists as well as achievements in animation, documentaries, reality TV, variety, short form programming and more. Scroll down for the complete list of nominees and winners on Saturday night.

Don’t look for a “Game of Thrones” stampede to start here. Saturday’s awards focused on achievements like Best Animated Program, Best Documentary Series and Special, and Best Structured and Unstructured Reality Program, to name a few. These races are where RuPaul Charles (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”) might have taken home a fourth Best Reality Host award to tie “Survivor” emcee Jeff Probst for the most ever.

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Adult Swim Sets Season 3 Return for ‘Black Jesus’ (Exclusive)

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After four years, Adult Swim is finally bringing back its biblical comedy “Black Jesus.”

The comedy will return for Season 3 on Friday, Sept. 20. It last aired in November 2015.

The scripted live-action comedy features an African-American Jesus Christ living in modern-day Compton, California, on a mission to spread love and kindness throughout the neighborhood with his small group of followers. In Season 3, Black Jesus continues his mission to spread love and kindness in the neighborhood, encounters a local caped crusader, and draws the attention of the Pope himself.

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The series was created by Aaron McGruder (also known for creating “The Boondocks”) and Mike Clattenberg and stars Gerald “Slink” Johnson as Jesus Christ. Corey Holcomb, John Witherspoon, Angela Elayne Gibbs, Valenzia Algarin, Antwon Tanner and Dominique Witten also star.

Clattenberg and McGruder executive produce alongside Mainstay Entertainment CEO Norm Aladjem,
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Creative Arts Emmys Unveils More Presenters Along With ‘In Living Color’ Reunion – Update

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Updated, 9:07 Am: The Television Academy today announced the first group of presenters for the two-night 2019 Creative Arts Emmys ceremonies. Here they are:

Night 1 on Saturday, September 14: Will Arnett (BoJack Horseman), Marsha Stephanie Blake (When They See Us), W. Kamau Bell (United Shades of America), Kate Chastain (Below Deck), Terry Crews (America’s Got Talent), Seth Green (Robot Chicken), Mandy Hansen (Deadliest Catch), Carrie Ann Inaba (Dancing with the Stars), Nick Kroll (Big Mouth), Lee Rosbach (Below Deck), Nicole Scherzinger (The Masked Singer), Julio Torres (Los Espookys), Robin Thede (A Black Lady Sketch Show) and Necar Zadegan (Documentary Now!).

Night 2 on Sunday, September 15: Maude Apatow (Euphoria), Ryan Michelle Bathe (First Wives Club), Rocky Carroll (NCIS), Ryan Eggold (New Amsterdam), Jared Harris (Chernobyl), Neil Patrick Harris (A Series of Unfortunate Events), Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll), Peter MacNicol (Veep), Shameik Moore (Wu-Tang: An American Saga), Olivia Munn (The Rook), Patton Oswalt
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Rachel Bloom Talks About Playing Silver in The Angry Birds Movie 2 [Exclusive]

Rachel Bloom Talks About Playing Silver in The Angry Birds Movie 2 [Exclusive]
The Angry Birds Movie 2 is the latest sequel coming our way in a summer full of franchise fare. But this one looks like it's going to stand out amongst the onslaught of blockbusters as, rather amazingly, it's currently the highest-rated video game movie ever on Rotten Tomatoes. Could this be a late summer surprise?

Part of what helps the situation here is that the animated flick boasts an absolutely amazing voice cast. Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Bill Hader, Danny McBride and Peter Dinklage are all returning, but they're joined by a talented bunch of newcomers. One of those newcomers is Rachel Bloom, who people may know from her show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. But Bloom also has a budding career in voice acting, having played Batgirl in Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, as well as roles on Robot Chicken and Rachel Bloom in honor of The Angry Birds Movie 2.
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How Robot Chicken Has Evolved Over 200 Episodes

Aaron Sagers Jul 17, 2019

Adult Swim's Robot Chicken is celebrating 200 episodes of stop motion pop culture parody this year.

For some people, getting older means putting away childish things. For Seth Green, not only did he not put away his toys, he put them to work. The result became Robot Chicken, the stop motion sketch comedy show he created with Matthew Senreich.

Originating as Sweet J Presents on Sony’s Screenblast.com in 2001, Robot Chicken debuted on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim in February 2005, just weeks after Green’s 31st birthday. The show combined toys and claymation figures to comment on modern popular culture and nostalgically lampoon both the classics and the obscure. Now, 14 years later, the series is about to celebrate its 10th season, 200th episode, and make a triumphant return to Sdcc.

Meanwhile, Green, known for his work on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Family Guy, and his recent live-action feature directorial debut,
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WarnerMedia Orders Prequel Animated Series Gremlins: Secrets Of The Mogwai

Back in February, it was reported that a Gremlins animated series was in the works, and now you'll really want to brush up on your Mogwai rules and keep an eye on your snacks after midnight, because WarnerMedia has officially ordered Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai to series as a 10-episode season that will serve as a prequel to Joe Dante's Gremlins.

Check out the first teaser image for Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai below. A release date has yet to be announced, but you can read the official press release for more information, including the synopsis for the new series:

Press Release: Los Angeles, July 1, 2019 – WarnerMedia has ordered "Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai," a 10-episode, half-hour prequel to original "Gremlins."

In the animated television adaptation, we travel back to 1920s Shanghai to reveal the story of how 10-year-old Sam Wing (future shop owner Mr. Wing in the 1984 movie
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‘Gremlins’ Prequel Animated Series Officially A Go At WarnerMedia Streamer

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WarnerMedia has confirmed a 10-episode series order to Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai, a half-hour animated prequel to the original 1984 Gremlins live-action movie. The project, from Amblin Television and Warner Bros Animation, had been in the works for months with an informal green light.

The animated TV adaptation, written by Tze Chun, tells the original story of the shop owner Mr. Wing character from the 1984 movie and its 1990 sequel, played by Keye Luke. Set in 1920s Shanghai, it reveals how 10-year-old Sam Wing met the young Mogwai called Gizmo. Along with a teenage street thief named Elle, Sam and Gizmo take a perilous journey through the Chinese countryside, encountering, and sometimes battling, colorful monsters and spirits from Chinese folklore. On their quest to return Gizmo to his family and uncover a legendary treasure, they are pursued by a power-hungry industrialist and his growing army of evil Gremlins.

Gremlins: Secrets of
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Meet the Tiniest Character in Toy Story 4

Don Kaye Jun 24, 2019

Ally Maki of Cloak and Dagger plays the tiny toy cop Giggle McDimples in Toy Story 4.

One of the joys of the Toy Story franchise over the years has been the new toys that we meet in each adventure. Joining the gang in Toy Story 4 are such inspired new creations as Gabby Gabby (voiced by Christina Hendricks), Forky (Tony Hale), Duke Caboom (Keanu Reeves) and Giggle McDimples (Ally Maki).

The latter is the smallest toy in the Toy Story universe, part of a discontinued line of small figures from the 1980s. She was a lost toy but has found a new life alongside the long-absent Bo Peep (Annie Potts) in a park and fairgrounds in the town of Grand Basin, where she and Bo cross paths with Woody (Tom Hanks) and the rest as they seek to rescue their kid’s new favorite toy, Forky.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home Has A Surprise Cameo That Fans Will Go Nuts For

Having the tough task of following up Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home is becoming one of the most anticipated blockbusters of the summer. With that challenge, the film’s got to hide some cards up its sleeve in order to keep folks excited. But it’s not like Marvel’s ever had a problem in the fan-satisfaction department.

In fact, several people over on Reddit (and a few sources close to We Got This Covered) have now revealed one of those cards. And it’ll take the form of a cameo appearance during the mid-credits scene. Of course, spoilers will follow from here on in so if you want to walk into the film with a clean slate, turn back now. You’ve been warned.

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Seth Green’s Directorial Debut ‘Changeland’ Is Sadly Nothing More Than An Empty, But Beautiful, Travel Ad [Review]

If you’re thinking of visiting Thailand for your next big vacation, you’re in luck, Seth Green, of “Robot Chicken” and “Austin Powers” fame, has made an exquisite-looking 80-minute visual brochure for the country in his feature film debut, “Changeland.” Just be aware you’ll have to wade through a scattered, numbing semblance of a movie while watching his painful, drama-free travel ad.

Continue reading Seth Green’s Directorial Debut ‘Changeland’ Is Sadly Nothing More Than An Empty, But Beautiful, Travel Ad [Review] at The Playlist.
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Star Trek’s William Shatner Hilariously Trolls Mark Hamill Over Child’s Play

Here’s a Star Trek/Star Wars crossover you didn’t expect to see today. Captain James Tiberius Kirk himself, William Shatner, has trolled the one and only Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill, on Twitter over the latter’s upcoming role as Chucky in the new Child’s Play.

In response to Hamill’s tweet sharing the latest promo for the horror reboot, in which he voices the iconic killer doll, Shatner offered his congrats to the actor on the job, joking that he’s following in his ol’ Daddy Darth Vader’s footsteps.

“Happy to know that the next generation of youth will be deathly afraid of you,” Shatner wrote. “You have become your father! Seriously, congratulations on the role.”

Happy to know that the next generation of youth will be deathly afraid of you. You have become your father! Seriously, congratulations on the role. https://t.co/88Z46dLDBJ
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‘Punky Brewster’ Sequel Series in the Works With Soleil Moon Frye

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‘Punky Brewster’ Sequel Series in the Works With Soleil Moon Frye
Universal Content Productions (Ucp) is developing a follow up series to the classic sitcom “Punky Brewster,” Variety has confirmed.

Original series star Soleil Moon Frye is attached to the new version, which would follow Punky (Frye) as a single mother of three trying to get her life back on track when she meets a young girl who reminds her a lot of her younger self.

Steve and Jim Armogida will write and executive produce the new series. Frye will also serve as executive producer along with original series creator David Duclon and Jimmy Fox of Main Event Media, an All3Media America company. Ucp will produce. The company’s recent slate includes shows like “Homecoming,” “The Act,” “The Umbrella Academy,” “Mr. Robot,” “Dirty John,” and “The Sinner.”

Punky Brewster” debuted on NBC in 1984 and ran four seasons. The series was nominated for three Emmy Awards during its run, including two for best children’s program.
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Punky Brewster Sequel Series, Starring Soleil Moon Frye, In Development

A bit of Punky Power has come to Tuesday’s news cycle: Universal Content Productions is developing a Punky Brewster sequel series, with Soleil Moon Frye on board to reprise the title role, TVLine has confirmed.

Punky Brewster originally ran from 1984 to 1988 and starred Frye as a young girl growing up with foster father Henry Warnimont. In the potential follow-up series, Punky is now a single mother of three trying to get her life back on track when she meets a young girl who reminds her a lot of her younger self.

Frye will also serve as an executive producer on the project,
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Godzilla vs Jason Voorhees in Robot Chicken “Deleted Scenes” Parody

Godzilla: King of the Monsters hit theaters nationwide this weekend, and it absolutely demolished the box office, pulling in close to $50M. In the film, the Big G goes toe-to-toe with the likes of King Ghidorah and Rodan. In the Robot Chicken spoof at the top of the article, Godzilla tangles with another iconic villain: […] The post Godzilla vs Jason Voorhees in Robot Chicken “Deleted Scenes” Parody appeared first on Dread Central.
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Watch the Trailer for New Animated Series Hell Den, Streaming Now on DrinkTV

Hell Den―a new animated series from Shout! Studios, DrinkTV, and Dr. God―is a six-part series that follows a young boy named Andrew, the fifth horseman of the apocalypse named Kenneth, a mutant cyborg named Bet-c, an alien named Fleek, and a giant in the midst of an apocalypse. Hell Den is now available to stream on DrinkTV.

"DrinkTV, in conjunction with Shout! Studios and Dr. God, is announcing a new show airing exclusively on the streaming platform. Hell Den is an animated series that mixes original animation and re-dubbed cartoons in a deliciously warped and hilarious brew of social satire, musical parody, and good ol’ fashioned absurdist humor. Hell Den is a new take on old cartoons with commentary by an odd group of world-obliterating drinking buddies, one 12-year-old kid, and fun guest voices. Take a shot of Robot Chicken, add a splash of Beavis and Butthead, and
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Wild Trailer For The New Animated Comedy Series Hell Den Which is a Mix of Robot Chicken, Beavis And Butthead, and MST3K

The first trailer has been released for the upcoming post-apocalyptic animated comedy series Hell Den. The series is said to be a mix of shows that include Robot Chicken, Beavis and Butthead, and Mystery Science Theater 3000.

The show centers around a 12-year-old boy named Andrew who is one of the few left in a post-uber-apocalypse world and Andrew’s house has electricity, a Vcr, and a full liquor cabinet. Because of this, his place becomes home base for a variety of weird and wild characters in this crazy world.

Hell Den mixes original animation and re-dubbed cartoons to create a blend of social satire, musical parody, and absurdist humor. The series will pay homage to classic old cartoon and will feature original commentary. It actually looks like a fun series that I’d enjoy watching, I just don’t want to sign up for another streaming service to watch it.
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Watch the Nsfw Trailer for ‘Hell Den’, a New MST3K-Like Animated Series from DrinkTV

From DrinkTV, Shout! Studios, and Dr. God comes Hell Den, an animated series that mixes original animation and re-dubbed cartoons in a deliciously warped and hilarious brew of social satire, musical parody, and good ol’ fashioned absurdist humor. Hell Den is a new take on old cartoons with commentary by an odd group of world-obliterating drinking buddies, one 12 year old kid, and fun guest voices. Take a shot of Robot Chicken, add a splash of Beavis and Butthead, and finish it off with a healthy pour of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and you’ve got Hell Den. …
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