Awards season is finally upon us!
Okay… it's technically been awards season for a while, but now we finally got to hear who the actors themselves think deserve to be honored for their work this year.
That's because Anna Faris and Anthony Mackie presented 13 of the SAG Awards categories Wednesday morning on TNT, and we don't think we have a single complaint about any of the nominees!
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Let's just say we have a feeling the Oscars are going to look pretty similar to this group of A-Listers.
Ch-ch-check out the video announcement (above) and full list of nominees (below)!!!
This is getting better and better!
Stephen Colbert's debut on The Late Show is less than a week away, and we couldn't be more excited!
We already know the incredible list of guests the late night host has lined up for his first week's shows that includes George Clooney, Jeb Bush, Amy Schumer, and Elon Musk.
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But the second week almost outdoes the first with guests like Kevin Spacey, Bernie Sanders and Emily Blunt — not to mention an incredible musical lineup!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing list of guests (below) the late night host has planned for week two!
Just a few minutes ago, the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations were announced — and some of the nominations really surprised us!
Most of the nods were shoe-ins, like Jessica Lange in American Horror Story, Kevin Spacey in House Of Cards.
One interesting nomination was Orange is the New Black for outstanding drama series — the show switched categories from comedy after the Emmys decided to group all hour-long programs in the drama category!
Other fan favorite nods included Game Of Thrones for outstanding drama series and Amy Schumer for outstanding lead actress in a comedy!
The biggest surprise of the announcement could be for the presenters — OITNB's Uzo Aduba and So You Think You Can Dance? host Cat Deeley (who was subbing in for John Stamos).
Aduba was surprised with a nomination for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series while Deely received a nod for outstanding reality show host!
Check out the full list of nominations (below) to see if your favorite actors made the cut!
Netflix just posted their first episode of Netflix: The Originals on Youtube, a series that will bring the stars of their best Netflix series together to interview one another.
The first episode stars House of Card's Kevin Spacey and Daredevil's Charlie Cox as they get to learn a bit about each other other's shows and share some laughs.
Not only do we find out about why Kevin Spacey loves watching Netflix, but he clues us in on what Frank Underwood's "superpower" is and how to stay sexy and dangerous all at once.
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While both men recounted some fun on-set antics with fellow actors, Spacey proved that Cox wasn't quite as super as his Netflix character, even if he'd done a few daredevil stunts himself.
Check out the clip to see Daredevil go up against the President in a battle of stories and cards (above)!
Move over, Frank Underwood, your House of Cards is coming down! According to a new study, it appears that Daredevil is the new smash hit on Netflix with the most views!
Luth Research, a San Diego research company who sampled a couple thousand Netflix-ers reported to Variety that 10.7 percent of Netflix subscribers have sat down to peak at least one episode of Daredevil, starring Charlie Cox and Rosario Dawson since it first dropped on April 10. It may seem surprising to some of you HoC fans to discover that the third Season of House of Cards has only been seen by 6.5 percent of Netflix subscribers.
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See where your favorite original Netflix show ranks against the rest!
Like this was ever in doubt!
House Of Cards has been renewed by its streaming company Netflix for a fourth season, but the good news doesn't stop there!
The political drama starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright will hit a television near you sometime in 2016.
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Here's what Netflix wrote on Twitter:
What if we told you Sesame Street made a parody of House of Cards?
What if we also told you that the main character was named Frank Underwolf — just like the Netflix hit show's Frank Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey!
Sesame Street does a great job with their parody, telling the story of The Three Little Pigs.
They call their parody House of Bricks because, well, we don't wanna give anything away but it has something to do with the ending…
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When Frank Underwolf sees a government building made of straw, there's only one thing he's gonna do: blow that mother down! LOLz!
Check out the video (below) to see Sesame Street take on House of Cards!!