Lisa Kudrow, Christina Hendricks Among Creative Arts Emmys Presenters
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced a range of presenters for the 2012 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys on Thursday, including “Web Therapy” star Lisa Kudrow, “Mad Men” star Christina Hendricks and “NCIS: Los Angeles” star Chris O’Donnell.
Similar to past presentations, the awards will be presented by pairings of showrunners and the talent on their programs, meaning that Kudrow will present with “Web Therapy” executive producer Dan Bucatinsky, Hendricks will be paired with “Mad Men” honcho Matthew Weiner, and O’Donnell will be matched with “NCIS: LA” boss Shane Brennan.
We know Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz as the very talented, creative and out of the box writers for Once Upon A Time and previously Lost. So how exactly do they fair in the pop culture departement?
Vulture.com has a special feature called Vulture Diaries, where they as prominent creative people how their consumption of pop culture on the daily basis. For this week, they caught up with Kitsis and Horowitz to outline their consumption.
Once Upon a Time’s Adam Horowitz’s and Edward Kitsis’s Weeks in Pop-Culture Consumption
For our recurring feature the Vulture Diaries, we will be asking prominent creative types (authors, directors, actors, musicians, etc.) to keep track of their cultural consumption in a given week. This week, we have Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, who went on to create the ABC show Once Upon a Time (which returns September 30) following their writing work on all six seasons of Lost. (The pair also developed the animated series Tron: Uprising, which airs Thursdays on DisneyXD.) The two are Breaking Bad fans, so spoilers followfor that show.
Once Upon A Time showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis talked to TV Guide about some season 2 plot lines – Regina’s hidden past, Emma and Mary Margaret’s relationship, and are we going to see Cora again?
Caution – spoilers ahead.
Regina’s Shocking Origin Story, Storybrooke Future and More Once Upon a Time Scoop
Magic has come to Storybrooke, and with it, a whole lot of consequences.
In the Season 1 finale of ABC’s Once Upon a Time, the Evil Queen’s (Lana Parrilla) curse upon our favorite fairy-tale characters was broken, but Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) had another trick up his sleeve: release magic upon the real world. What does this mean for Storybrooke in Season 2? And why weren’t the residents of Storybrooke transported back to fairy-tale land?
Once Upon A Time executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have renewed their contract with ABC for another 3 years. Even though this does not mean an automatic renewal for Once Upon A Time, it gives us hope that more upcoming seasons seem promising. This article also confirms that Kitsis and Horowitz’s creative minds and out-of-the-box thinking will be with OUAT until the end of its run (whenever that may be). We hope later rather than sooner.
Kitsis, Horowitz reup with ABC Studios: ‘Once Upon A Time’ EPs to oversee series to completion
Once Upon A Timeshowrunners Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have extended their overall deal with ABC Studios.
The Convention that used to be more geeky is now less geeky, and more main street. Costumed enthusiasts that used to look like obscure Anime characters now look like Twilight, Dr. Who and yes, even Once Upon a Time characters. The little Con is now a BIG Con.
If you are lucky enough to attend (unfortunately, we are not (this year)), here is a great traveler’s guide to surviving it all.
We spent some time discussing all the Once Upon a Time stars that would be attending Comic Con. If you only focus on the OUAT panel, you will miss others that are attending, BE SURE to listen to this episode of the Once Upon a Time Fan Podcast to not miss any OUAT cast that will be at Comic Con: