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So much wild stuff happened at the 89th Academy Awards Sunday -- from sugary treats falling from the ceiling to host Jimmy Kimmel roasting Meryl Streep ("Is that an Ivanka?" he cracked) to the Dolby Theater filling with a busload of wide-eyed tourists who apparently had no idea they were being led... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com 89th Annual Academy Awards
Lin-Manuel Miranda didn't achieve the big feat of becoming the youngest person ever to achieve EGOT (Emmy, Golden Globe, Oscar, Tony winner) status ever at the 89th Academy Awards Sunday. (His song "How Far I'll Go" from Moana lost out...Show More Summary
A last-minute mix-up turns Oscar night into another national crisis — but one with a happier ending.
In addition to the insanely unforgettable moment that closed out the ceremony, the 89th Academy Awards was packed to the brim with moments that we'll remember for a long time. From the beginning of Jimmy Kimmel's upbeat but wild intro...Show More Summary
What the heck happened at the the 89th Academy Awards Sunday? Apart from the candy-dropping and truckload of tourists showing up out of nowhere, the Oscars got its biggest "Wait, what?!" of all-time when presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly said La La Land had won Best Picture. In... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com 89th Annual Academy Awards
The Oscars ended with a surprise twist when, in the middle of the La La Land producers' acceptance speeches for Best Picture, it was revealed that the actual winner was Moonlight. Warren Beatty, who helped announce the (wrong) winner...Show More Summary
Wow! The 89th Annual Academy Awards will go down as one of the most unforgettable Oscars ever, thanks to that snafu at the very end in which La La Land was mistakenly named Best Picture over the actual winner, Moonlight. It's a pityShow More Summary
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Wild finish, with the wrong movie presented the Oscar, marred an otherwise well-produced show.
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Monday, February 27. All times are Eastern. Top picks The Voice (NBC, 8 p.m.): It’s Christmas time for NBC, y’all. That’s right—The Voice is back, and NBC’s never letting it go again. It’s theShow More Summary
The 2017 Oscars might be remembered for nothing more than the incredibly weird moment that ended them. La La Land being awarded with (and giving several long acceptance speeches for) Best Picture, only for it to be given to the actual winner, Moonlight, is perhaps the strangest ending to the Academy Awards. Show More Summary
“I’m holding the envelope and the award, and I had just given my speech, and there are people on the stage with headsets, and I thought, ‘That doesn’t seem right.’”
In the eleventh episode of The Walking Dead season 7, titled "Hostiles and Calamities," Eugene gets settled in at the Sanctuary just as the Saviors realize that Daryl has escaped. With Daryl gone, Dwight is in the hot seat, so he turns Negan's attention to someone else. Meanwhile, Eugene gets to meet some of Negan's wives, and Dwight is sent on a mission.
“There’s a mistake. ‘Moonlight,’ you guys won best picture. This is not a joke.’ — “La La Land” producer Jordan Horowitz, ushering the “Moonlight” team to the stage “I knew I would screw this show up, I really did.” — Oscar host Jimmy Kimmel “You know, there’s one place that all the people with...
Of all the things we expected from the Oscars this year, making us feel better was not one of them. The last few major awards shows, after all, were not only about handing out trophies but a chance for honorees and presenters to voice their white-hot anger toward President Trump’s executive travel...
SERIES The Voice The first round of vocalists performs for coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Alicia Keys in the season premiere of the singing competition. 8 p.m. NBC Supergirl Dean Cain reprises the role of Jeremiah Danvers, who is reunited with his daughters Kara and Alex...
Right-wingers on social media flipped out over the message an Iranian filmmaker had read on his behalf at the Academy Awards on Sunday night. Asghar Farhadi won the Oscar for best foreign film for “The Salesman,” but didn’t attend the...Show More Summary