Hmmm, good question.
The short list for the 2009 Man Booker Prize was announced today, with J.M. Coetzee in line to possibly become the first-ever author to win three times.
"Structure the broadcast around the top 10 like 'American Idol,' and gradually count down the vote tabs from #10 to #1 throughout the program to create suspense."
L.A. 'Times' awardsologist Tom O'Neil, who confesses "I haven't seen 95% of these films either," weighs in on Vulture's picks.
See our premature picks for nominations in the five major categories, based on things we read on Twitter and our own infallible intuition.
Leonard Bernstein is probably rolling over in his grave this afternoon.
It's just crazy enough to work, maybe.
We can only imagine Chris Kattan is glad to find himself no longer the No. 1 target of Piven's ire.
MacFarlane takes to YouTube to make the case that 'Family Guy' is more deserving of an Emmy than 'The Office.'
Will the high price of security at MJ's funeral cost the Oscars?
They feel like the Emmy broadcast is too focused on honoring network-television series.
Perfect time for a bathroom break!
The former ostensible Best Picture candidate is coming next March, instead of this fall.
"He's sweet like man meat! Sweet like possum meat!"
Only if you forget Alec Baldwin, Josh Brolin, Zac Efron, Will Ferrell, Jon Hamm, Anne Hathaway, Neil Patrick Harris, Steve Martin, Tracy Morgan, and Paul Rudd!
Salma Hayek, for one!
These actors won't even get a chance to say "It was an honor just to be nominated."
Can you feel the excitement? No? Well, regardless, the nominations for the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards will be announced tomorrow morning!