Yes -- although I would have been tempted to vote for Josh Charles. I also thought Peter Dinklage had a chance with his great kiss-off speech. But bottom line "Breaking Bad" was just too darn good.
Second of all time, with "The Wire" being first. "Hill Street Blues" is third on my list. Others I would consider: "I'll Fly Away" and "The West Wing."
I have seen "Gotham." Most buzzed about new show of the season. It's not bad, but it certainly isn't great either. Pretty standard stuff. Batman enthusiasts will love the early origin stories. To be honest, I haven't seen anything yet that's blown me away, but I've still got ABC left to go. Save me, Alphabet Network!
"Selfie" is pretty bad. In fact all the sitcoms except "Marry Me" are disappointing. When it comes to network sitcoms, we're heading into rough waters. No wonder they pulled up the money truck to pay "The Big Bang Theory" team.
I watch TV on a stone tablet.
I think Neal's TV dates to the "Flintstones."
Acutally, I'm still a traditionalist. I don't get much pleasure watching on a cell phone or even a computer screen - but I'm slowly getting more used to it.
I like the show, but have never bought Claire Danes as an agent. Great actress, but it's still a tough sell for me. Mandy Patakin remains the main reason to tune in.
It's a fairly simple premise: Stay the hell alive. I think knowing anyone could be chowed down at any second is the appear of both "Walking Dead" and "Game of Thrones." Cartoon version of "Hunger Games."
There's a strong rumor that one of them will be Elisabeth Moss. I'd buy that. I'd like to see some diversity as well. Samuel L. Jackson, maybe?
I agree that McConaughey was riveting, but he was going up against one of the GREATEST TV PERFORMANCES OF ALL TIME. Besides, Matt has an Oscar to comfort him.
It's kind of hard to pick a cast when you don't know what the storyline is.
"True Detective" should have been in the miniseries category. I think MM would've won there instead of Cumberbatch.
FX, HBO and Showtime, in that order -- although Showtime is getting better, especially in serving female viewers. FX is consistant - although I don't know what it's doing with "Partners," starring Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence. It's TERRIBLE.
Well, first off, very few shows are "reality TV." They are trumped up circumstances, often with scripted moments. I do like that ABC gave room for "NY Med" this summer. Those real-life "ER" shows are really well done.
Last night E! was flogging its first-ever scripted series, "The Royals." Is that as terrible as it looks?
Haven't seen it. Don't tell my boss.
We're wrapping it up folks. I'll be on WCCO radio at 1:30 p.m. for any follow up. Thanks for tuning in - and, again, sorry about the technical problems.