I'd say that's a no win situation. They'd get crap for having their own awards for net content, they'd get crap for web content getting Emmy nominations over broadcast TV.Wait just a minute . . . there's actually awards for webseries now? What kind of credentials do you have to have to get nominated for something like that? None of the work I've ever produced ever got nominated for anything. Or is this for internet-exclusive budgeted shows like shows on Netflix and the new subscription version of Hulu and such?
Jimmy Kimmel isn't exactly my favorite award show host. I like him fine on his show, but overall he seemed pretty bored the whole time. I mean I did enjoy them continuing that running gag of his and Matt Damon's rivalry, that was funny. But I just didn't enjoy him as a host.So, how 'bout them Oscars? In a bold repeat of Steve Harvey's blunder during the Miss Universe pageant, La La Land was mistakenly awarded the Oscar for Best Picture, but it was eventually corrected to Moonlight.