Golden Globes corrects its “Breaking Bad” omission, and surprisingly gives “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” 2 awards
The awards show that prides itself on jumping on the bandwagon of new shows finally recognized “Breaking Bad” for the first time, with wins for best drama and for best TV drama actor. Still, the awards to “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and Andy Samberg were part of the Globes’ tradition of honoring newbies. PLUS: Jacqueline Bisset explains her bizarre speech, Mia Farrow switched over to “Girls” before the Woody Allen tribute, and what was up with that bizarre Bing ad?
E! apologizes for calling Michael J. Fox’s Parkinson’s diagnosis a “Fun Fact”
Said the cable network: “We regret the insensitive classification of Michael J. Fox’s Parkinson’s diagnosis during our Eonline (sic) live stream. We understand the serious nature of the disease and sincerely apologize.” PLUS: Elisabeth Moss flashed her middle finger during E! Mani-Cam.
Amy Poehler wins her first Golden Globe
The “Parks and Rec” star was flummoxed, especially after making out with Bono. PLUS: Poehler played Tina Fey’s son Randy, and watch Fey and Poehler’s Globes opener.
Watch the “Game of Thrones” Season 4 trailer
“There’s only one hell: the one we live in now.”
Roger Ebert — the cartoon?
Ebert’s widow, Chaz, says an Ebert animated series is in the works, but she wouldn’t reveal anything more. “We’re working on an Ebert animated series,” she says. “We are actually in active talks with someone about this now, and they asked that we not really say any more about it. Just an Ebert animated series.”
“Ten Commandments” attracts directors Michael Cera, Wes Craven, Lee Daniels, Gus Van Sant
Jim Sheridan will also direct the WGN America event series.
HBO putting Sunday’s “Girls” episode on YouTube
The first two episodes of the season will be available Monday morning.