People who watch TV for a living got together last night and made some pretty fantastic choices during their second annual shindig.
We've gone through the nominations ballots to point out some of this year's weirdest, funniest, and most curious inclusions.
From the characters our heroes hate to the characters WE hate, TV is full of hateable characters! Who irks YOU the most?
In "The Phantom" Don Draper’s persistent toothache became the physical manifestation of the season's underlying pain over lost dreams and the question of identity.
Another round of critics' awards honors some really good television, including Community and Breaking Bad.
The NBC comedy earned six nominations; Breaking Bad and Mad Men trail with five apiece, and a whole lotta other deserving shows and actors get recognized.
"The Other Woman" featured a pretty overwhelming Joan story with some Peggy tacked on at the end, a creative decision that very pointedly summed up Peggy’s entire season: She hasn’t been front-and-center in weeks, and even her big dramatic moment was overshadowed by someone else.
Without the spin-off we would've never delighted in the Seattle exploits of Frasier Crane, or the bi-sexual woofiness of Captain Jack Harkness on Torchwood, or eleven seasons of ground-breaking silliness on The Jeffersons. And so here are a few I offer to you, in fantasy development…
Plus: Girls, The Killing, and The Ricky Gervais Show
Plus: American Ninja Warrior, Bob's Burgers, Nikita, and Harry's Law
Season 5 has featured mass murder headlines, homicidal fever dreams, cancer scares, and as of last week's episode, Sylvia Plath allusions. It's seeming more and more likely that someone's going to bite it. But WHO?
Plus: The finales of Blue Bloods and CSI:NY and the premiere of USA's Common Law.