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  • gingerpresident 1:29 am on September 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER, GF1, , , GRANDE FRATELLO 14, , ,   

    GRANDE FRATELLO 14: DA STASERA LA NUOVA EDIZIONE DEL REALITY PIU FAMOSO DELLA TV 

    Stasera, alle 21.10 su Canale 5, Alessia Marcuzzi presenta (per la nona volta consecutiva) la nuova edizione del Grande Fratello, il reality dei reality.

    Sono ormai passati ben 15 anni da quando i primi 10 concorrenti della prima edizione varcavano la soglia della “casa” più famosa d’Italia e, nonostante l’erosione d’ascolti negli anni, il Grande Fratello ha sempre retto bene la sfida del tempo.

    gf1 concorrenti

    I 10 concorrenti della prima edizione del Grande Fratello

    L’unica vera edizione flop del Grande Fratello fu la 12a, con ascolti medi, sempre sotto i 4 milioni, ma la 13esima stagione, andata in onda lo scorso anno, ha visto una ripresa in termini di telespettatori (oltre 4 milioni di telespettatori media e la finale ad oltre 4,7 milioni), aiutata anche molto dal ben collaudato impianto social della trasmissione.

    Il GF14 promette moltissime novità.

    A cominciare dalla “casa galleggiante”, costruita sul Tevere, dove 4 concorrenti “in attesa di giudizio” dovranno passare una settimana a fare conoscenza. I quattro concorrenti in questione sono Salvatore – Roberto – Kevin e Mary e su Videomediaset potrete vedere già le strisce della casa galleggiante del GF14.

    L’altra novità, vera e propria di questo GF14, è che i concorrenti avranno un’età media compresa tra i 20 e i 35 anni (anche questa scelta, probabilmente, è per assicurare un miglior impatto sul pubblico giovane) e che ogni concorrente potrà portare una persona con se nella casa. Se egli si presenterà da solo sarà il Grande Fratello ad accoppiarlo. Tuttavia, a discapito di questa regola, il vincitore sarà soltanto uno.

    Gli opinionisti di quest’edizione del Grande Fratello saranno Claudio Amendola e Cristiano Malgioglio.

    Programmazione GF14

    Una decisione particolare, che renderà il GF14 molto più curioso da guardare di altre edizioni, almeno sulla carta. La casa sarà la stessa dell’anno scorso, ma più grande e abbellita ed impreziosita da nuove stanze che saranno svelate nel corso dell’edizione.

    La programmazione sarà più o meno la stessa dell’anno scorso. Il GF14 sarà in diretta 24 ore su 24 su Premium Extra 1 e Premium Extra 2 di Mediaset Premium, mentre Italia 1 trasmetterà dal lunedì al sabato il daytime, che narra delle vicende dei concorrenti giorno dopo giorno. Ulteriori pillole e repliche del daytime saranno trasmesse da Canale 5 e da La5 , oltre a venir trasmessi da vari contenitori in alcuni programmi di Canale 5, quali Mattino Cinque di Federica Panicucci, Pomeriggio Cinque di Barbara D’Urso e Verissimo di Silvia Toffanin.

    il GF14 si concluderà il 10 Dicembre 2015 per una durata di 78 giorni (la scorsa edizione è durata 82 giorni).

    E’ già stato annunciato che, a seguito del GF14, andrà in onda la prima edizione del Grande Fratello Vip, nel mondo conosciuto come Celebrity Big Brother. In UK la trasmissione è una presenza fissa della televisione dal 2001, e a 2016 debutterà, pensate, la sua 16esima edizione! In Italia, lo sappiamo, arriviamo sempre in ritardo ma sarà curioso vedere come sara’ la nostra versione e chi sceglieranno come concorrente.

     


     

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  • gingerpresident 12:52 am on September 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ANDY SAMBERG, , EMMY AWARDS 2015, EMMY AWARDS 2015 NOMINATIONS AND WINNERS, EMMY AWARDS NOMINATIONS E VINCITORI, FRANCES MCDORMAND, , GAME OF THRONES 5, OLIVE KITTERIDGE, , ,   

    EMMY AWARDS 2015 : NOMINATIONS E VINCITORI 

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    La sera del 20 Settembre 2015, al Microsoft Theatre di Los Angeles (CA, USA) si è tenuta la 67esima edizione dei celebri (Primetime) Emmy Awards 2015, (coi Creative Arts Awards andati in onda il 12 Settembre) condotti per la prima volta dall’attore Andy Samberg.

     

    La manifestazione condotta da Andy Samberg è andata in onda sul network FOX ed è stata l’edizione meno seguita della storia del celebre premio televisivo, con soli 11,9 milioni di telespettatori (un bel tonfo rispetto ai 15,6 milioni di persone che hanno seguito l’evento sulla NBC nel 2014).

    Come di consueto è la rete HBO a fare pieno di nominations , con ben 40, seguito dalla ABC a 14 nominations e FX / Netflix, entrambi con 13 nominations.

    Game Of Thrones” ha fatto la storia degli Emmys. Fra le statuette vinte in questa serata e in quella degli Creative Arts Awards, che comunque fanno sempre parte degli Emmy, “Game of Thrones” ha vinto la bellezza di 12 premi in una sola serata!

    Tra i programmi, è sempre “American Horror Story” a prendere il massimo di nominations e la consuetudine si è ripetuta anche quest’anno agli Emmy Awards 2015. “American Horror Story : Freak Show”, la serie candidata quest’anno, ha avuto 8 nominations seguita dalle 7 nominations di “Game Of Thrones” e della miniserie “Olive Kitteridge” e dalle 6, a pari merito, delle serie tv “Mad Men” (arrivata alla 7a ed ultima stagione), “Veep“, “American Crime” e la miniserie “Bessie”.

    Olive Kitteridge“, con una splendida Frances McDormand (che ha anche vinto il premio come miglior attrice protagonista, e ha fatto uno dei discorsi di ringraziamento più freddi e veloci della storia) ha fatto man bassa di premi, vincendo 6 Emmys su 7 nominations ricevute.

    Seguono, con 4 statuette vinte a testa, “Game of Thrones” e “Veep“.

     


    Nominations e Vincitori


     

    Outstanding Comedy Series Outstanding Drama Series
    • Veep (HBO)
      • Louie (FX)
      • Modern Family (ABC)
      • Parks and Recreation (NBC)
      • Silicon Valley (HBO)
      • Transparent (Amazon)
      • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix)
    • Game of Thrones (HBO)
      • Better Call Saul (AMC)
      • Downton Abbey (PBS)
      • Homeland (Showtime)
      • House of Cards (Netflix)
      • Mad Men (AMC)
      • Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)
    Outstanding Variety Talk Series Outstanding Variety Sketch Series
    • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)
      • The Colbert Report (Comedy Central)
      • Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC)
      • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
      • Late Show with David Letterman (CBS)
      • The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC)
    • Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central)
      • Drunk History (Comedy Central)
      • Key & Peele (Comedy Central)
      • Portlandia (IFC)
      • Saturday Night Live (NBC)
    Outstanding Limited Series Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
    • Olive Kitteridge (HBO)
      • American Crime (ABC)
      • American Horror Story: Freak Show (FX)
      • The Honorable Woman (SundanceTV)
      • Wolf Hall (PBS)
    • The Voice (NBC)
      • The Amazing Race (CBS)
      • Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
      • Project Runway (Lifetime)
      • So You Think You Can Dance (Fox)
      • Top Chef (Bravo)

    Lead Performance

    Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
    • Jeffrey Tambor as Morton “Maura” Pfefferman on Transparent (Episode: “The Letting Go”) (Amazon)
      • Anthony Anderson as Andre “Dre” Johnson, Sr. on Black-ish (Episode: “Sex, Lies, and Vasectomies”) (ABC)
      • Don Cheadle as Marty Kaan on House of Lies (Episode: “It’s a Box Inside a Box Inside a Box, Dipshit”) (Showtime)
      • Louis C.K. as Louie on Louie (Episode: “Bobby’s House”) (FX)
      • Will Forte as Phil “Tandy” Miller on The Last Man on Earth (Episode: “Alive in Tucson”) (Fox)
      • Matt LeBlanc as Himself on Episodes (Episode: “Episode Five”) (Showtime)
      • William H. Macy as Frank Gallagher on Shameless (Episode: “A Night to Remem… Wait, What?”) (Showtime)
    • Julia Louis-Dreyfus as President Selina Meyer on Veep (Episode: “Election Night”) (HBO)
      • Edie Falco as Jackie Peyton on Nurse Jackie (Episode: “I Say a Little Prayer”) (Showtime)
      • Lisa Kudrow as Valerie Cherish on The Comeback (Episode: “Valerie Is Taken Seriously”) (HBO)
      • Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation (Episode: “One Last Ride”) (NBC)
      • Amy Schumer as Amy / Various Characters on Inside Amy Schumer (Episode: “Cool With It”) (Comedy Central)
      • Lily Tomlin as Frankie Bergstein on Grace and Frankie (Episode: “The Vows”) (Netflix)
    Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
    • Jon Hamm as Don Draper on Mad Men (Episode: “Person to Person”) (AMC)
      • Kyle Chandler as John Rayburn on Bloodline (Episode: “Part 12”) (Netflix)
      • Jeff Daniels as Will McAvoy on The Newsroom (Episode: “What Kind of Day Has It Been”) (HBO)
      • Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill on Better Call Saul (Episode: “Pimento”) (AMC)
      • Liev Schreiber as Ray Donovan on Ray Donovan (Episode: “Walk This Way”) (Showtime)
      • Kevin Spacey as President Frank Underwood on House of Cards (Episode: “Chapter 32”) (Netflix)
    • Viola Davis as Professor Annalise Keating on How to Get Away with Murder (Episode: “Freakin’ Whack-a-Mole”) (ABC)
      • Claire Danes as Carrie Mathison on Homeland (Episode: “From A to B and Back Again”) (Showtime)
      • Taraji P. Henson as Cookie Lyon on Empire (Episode: “Pilot”) (Fox)
      • Tatiana Maslany as Various Characters on Orphan Black (Episode: “Certain Agony of the Battlefield”) (BBC America)
      • Elisabeth Moss as Peggy Olson on Mad Men (Episode: “Person to Person”) (AMC)
      • Robin Wright as First Lady Claire Underwood on House of Cards (Episode: “Chapter 32”) (Netflix)
    Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
    • Richard Jenkins as Henry Kitteridge on Olive Kitteridge (HBO)
      • Ricky Gervais as Derek Noakes on Derek: The Special (Netflix)
      • Adrien Brody as Harry Houdini on Houdini (History)
      • Timothy Hutton as Russ Skokie on American Crime (ABC)
      • David Oyelowo as Peter Snowden on Nightingale (HBO)
      • Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell on Wolf Hall (PBS)
    • Frances McDormand as Olive Kitteridge on Olive Kitteridge (HBO)
      • Maggie Gyllenhaal as Nessa Stein on The Honorable Woman (SundanceTV)
      • Felicity Huffman as Barbara “Barb” Hanlon on American Crime (ABC)
      • Jessica Lange as Elsa Mars on American Horror Story: Freak Show (FX)
      • Queen Latifah as Bessie Smith on Bessie (HBO)
      • Emma Thompson as Mrs. Lovett on Live from Lincoln CenterSweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street in Concert with the New York Philharmonic (PBS)

    Supporting Performance

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
    • Tony Hale as Gary Walsh on Veep (Episode: “East Wing”) (HBO)
      • Andre Braugher as Captain Ray Holt on Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Episode: “The Mole”) (Fox)
      • Tituss Burgess as Titus Andromedon on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Episode: “Kimmy Goes to School!”) (Netflix)
      • Ty Burrell as Phil Dunphy on Modern Family (Episode: “Crying Out Loud”) (ABC)
      • Adam Driver as Adam Sackler on Girls (Episode: “Close-Up”) (HBO)
      • Keegan-Michael Key as Various Characters on Key & Peele (Episode: “Sex Detective”) (Comedy Central)
    • Allison Janney as Bonnie Plunkett on Mom (Episode: “Dropped Soap and a Big Guy on a Throne”) (CBS)
      • Mayim Bialik as Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on The Big Bang Theory (Episode: “The Prom Equivalency”) (CBS)
      • Julie Bowen as Claire Dunphy on Modern Family (Episode: “Valentine’s Day 4: Twisted Sister”) (ABC)
      • Anna Chlumsky as Amy Brookheimer on Veep (Episode: “Convention”) (HBO)
      • Gaby Hoffmann as Alexandria “Ali” Pfefferman on Transparent (Episode: “Rollin’”) (Amazon)
      • Jane Krakowski as Jacqueline Voorhees on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Episode: “Kimmy Gets a Job!”) (Netflix)
      • Kate McKinnon as Various Characters on Saturday Night Live (Episode: “Host: Taraji P. Henson”) (NBC)
      • Niecy Nash as Denise “DiDi” Ortley on Getting On (Episode: “The 7th Annual Christmas Card Competition”) (HBO)
    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series
    • Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones (Episode: “Hardhome”) (HBO)
      • Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut on Better Call Saul (Episode: “Five-O”) (AMC)
      • Jim Carter as Charles Carson on Downton Abbey (Episode: “A Moorland Holiday”) (PBS)
      • Alan Cumming as Eli Gold on The Good Wife (Episode: “Undisclosed Recipients”) (CBS)
      • Michael Kelly as Doug Stamper on House of Cards (Episode: “Chapter 27”) (Netflix)
      • Ben Mendelsohn as Danny Rayburn on Bloodline (Episode: “Part 12”) (Netflix)
    • Uzo Aduba as Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren on Orange Is the New Black (Episode: “Hugs Can Be Deceiving”) (Netflix)
      • Christine Baranski as Diane Lockhart on The Good Wife (Episode: “Loser Edit”) (CBS)
      • Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen on Game of Thrones (Episode: “The Dance of Dragons”) (HBO)
      • Joanne Froggatt as Anna Bates on Downton Abbey (Episode: “Episode Eight”) (PBS)
      • Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister on Game of Thrones (Episode: “Mother’s Mercy”) (HBO)
      • Christina Hendricks as Joan Harris on Mad Men (Episode: “Lost Horizon”) (AMC)
    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie
    • Bill Murray as Jack Kennison on Olive Kitteridge (Episode: “Security”) (HBO)
      • Richard Cabral as Hector Tonz on American Crime (Episode: “Episode Ten”) (ABC)
      • Damian Lewis as Henry VIII of England on Wolf Hall (Episode: “Crows”) (PBS)
      • Denis O’Hare as Stanley on American Horror Story: Freak Show (Episode: “Pink Cupcakes”) (FX)
      • Michael K. Williams as Jack Gee on Bessie (HBO)
      • Finn Wittrock as Dandy Mott on American Horror Story: Freak Show (Episode: “Bullseye”) (FX)
    • Regina King as Aliyah Shadeed on American Crime (Episode: “Episode Four”) (ABC)
      • Angela Bassett as Desiree Dupree on American Horror Story: Freak Show (Episode: “Show Stoppers”) (FX)
      • Kathy Bates as Ethel Darling on American Horror Story: Freak Show (Episode: “Edward Mordrake”, Part 1) (FX)
      • Zoe Kazan as Denise Thibodeau on Olive Kitteridge (Episode: “Pharmacy”) (HBO)
      • Mo’Nique as Ma Rainey on Bessie (HBO)
      • Sarah Paulson as Bette and Dot Tattler on American Horror Story: Freak Show (Episode: “Tupperware Party Massacre”) (FX)

    Regia

    Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series
    • Transparent (Episode: “Best New Girl”), Directed by Jill Soloway (Amazon)
      • The Last Man on Earth (Episode: “Alive in Tucson”), Directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (Fox)
      • Louie (Episode: “Sleepover”), Directed by Louis C.K. (FX)
      • Silicon Valley (Episode: “Sand Hill Shuffle”), Directed by Mike Judge (HBO)
      • Veep (Episode: “Testimony”), Directed by Armando Iannucci (HBO)
    • Game of Thrones (Episode: “Mother’s Mercy”), Directed by David Nutter (HBO)
      • Boardwalk Empire (Episode: “Eldorado”), Directed by Tim Van Patten (HBO)
      • Game of Thrones (Episode: “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken”), Directed by Jeremy Podeswa (HBO)
      • Homeland (Episode: “From A to B and Back Again”), Directed by Lesli Linka Glatter (Showtime)
      • The Knick (Episode: “Method and Madness”), Directed by Steven Soderbergh (Cinemax)
    Outstanding Directing for a Variety Series Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special
    • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Episode: “Episode 20103”), Directed by Chuck O’Neil (Comedy Central)
      • The Colbert Report (Episode: “Episode 11040”), Directed by James Hoskinson (Comedy Central)
      • Inside Amy Schumer (Episode: “12 Angry Men Inside Amy Schumer”), Directed by Amy Schumer and Ryan McFaul (Comedy Central)
      • Late Show with David Letterman (Episode: “Show 4214”), Directed by Jerry Foley (CBS)
      • The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Episode: “Show 203”), Directed by Dave Diomedi (NBC)
    • Olive Kitteridge, Directed by Lisa Cholodenko (HBO)
      • American Horror Story: Freak Show (Episode: “Monsters Among Us”), Directed by Ryan Murphy (FX)
      • Bessie, Directed by Dee Rees (HBO)
      • The Honorable Woman, Directed by Hugo Blick (SundanceTV)
      • Houdini, Directed by Uli Edel (History)
      • The Missing, Directed by Tom Shankland (Starz)
      • Wolf Hall, Directed by Peter Kosminsky (PBS)

    Sceneggiatura

    Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
    • Veep (Episode: “Election Night”), Written by Simon Blackwell, Armando Iannucci, and Tony Roche (HBO)
      • Episodes (Episode: “Episode Nine”), Written by David Crane & Jeffrey Klarik (Showtime)
      • The Last Man on Earth (Episode: “Alive in Tucson”), Written by Will Forte (Fox)
      • Louie (Episode: “Bobby’s House”), Written by Louis C.K. (FX)
      • Silicon Valley (Episode: “Two Days of the Condor”), Written by Alec Berg (HBO)
      • Transparent (Episode: “Pilot”), Written by Jill Soloway (Amazon)
    • Game of Thrones (Episode: “Mother’s Mercy”), Written by David Benioff & D. B. Weiss (HBO)
      • The Americans (Episode: “Do Mail Robots Dream of Electric Sheep?”), Written by Joshua Brand (FX)
      • Better Call Saul (Episode: “Five-O”), Written by Gordon Smith (AMC)
      • Mad Men (Episode: “Lost Horizon”), Written by Matthew Weiner & Semi Chellas (AMC)
      • Mad Men (Episode: “Person to Person”), Written by Matthew Weiner (AMC)
    Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special
    • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)
      • The Colbert Report (Comedy Central)
      • Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central)
      • Key & Peele (Comedy Central)
      • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
    • Olive Kitteridge, Written by Jane Anderson (HBO)
      • American Crime (Episode: “Episode One”), Written by John Ridley (ABC)
      • Bessie, Written by Dee Rees, Christopher Cleveland, Bettina Gilois, and Horton Foote (HBO)
      • Hello Ladies: The Movie, Written by Stephen Merchant, Gene Stupnitsky, and Lee Eisenberg (HBO)
      • The Honorable Woman, Written by Hugo Blick (SundanceTV)
      • Wolf Hall, Written by Peter Straughan (PBS)

    Clicca qui per vedere la lista dei vincitori degli Emmy Awards 2015 Creative Arts Awards.

     


     


    Sempre con un ombrello, col suo adorato orologio chic e pronto per un’altra, unica, lezione d’inglese…il nostro #MrAUBERGINE e le sue VIDEOLEZIONI D’INGLESE PER ITALIANI , il professore  più “particolare” d’Italia! Un prodotto, IbridiAtipicI

    Se vi è piaciuto, ricondividete sul vostro profilo!

    IbridiAtipicI per FACEBOOK

    Yours,
    Ginger

     

     
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