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HindustanTimes Sat,30 Aug 2014

Television

With 19 nominations, will Game of Thrones take Emmys by storm tonight?

With a staggering 19 nominations, royal feud saga Game of Thrones will cast a long shadow over Monday's Emmy awards, akin to the Oscars of US television. The 66th Emmys -- to be presented at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles -- kick off at 5pm (0000 GMT Tuesday).

From Balika Vadhu to Udaan, small towns still inspire TV

They say India does not live in its towns, but in its villages. And lately, they are not only generating good response in terms of ratings for networks as well as talent for reality shows, but are increasingly becoming the backdrop for a number of stories.

Watch Lady Chatterley’s Lover on BBC

BBC One is all set to adapt D.H. Lawrence’s sexually explicit Italian novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover into a television film.

Benedict Cumberbatch, Judi Dench in BBC's Shakespeare series

Benedict Cumberbatch and Judi Dench will be part of BBC's adaptation of a trilogy of classic Shakespeare plays. Cumberbatch will play Richard III in the third part of the Wars of the Roses Hollow Crown series, while Dench will play the role of Cecily, Duchess of York.

Talk to celebrities at Emmy Awards with Facebook app

Facebook has teamed up with entertainment show Access Hollywood to launch an app that will connect fans with their favourite celebrities in real time during the 66th Emmy Awards nights Aug 25.

Game of illegal downloads: GOT continues to lead

Over two months after the last episode of season four of Game of Thrones was aired, the fantasy drama remains the most pirated show on the Internet. It averages no less than 3,00,000 downloads per day.

Cha-ching! Ashton Kutcher tops TV earners list with $750,000 per episode

The No Strings Attached actor made it to the top by earning 100,000 dollars per episode more than his Two and a Half Men co-star Jon Cryer, to top the TV comedy earners list with 750,000 dollars per episode, Contactmusic reported.

Honey Singh injured on India's Raw Star set

Popular rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh, who will soon be seen in a new singing reality TV show India's Raw Star, fell down and hurt himself while shooting for its first episode.

Fatima Khatoon, victim of trafficking on KBC 8

Fatima Khatoon, who was tale would be featured in the game show on Thursday alongwith actor Rani Mukerji who plays the lead role in Mardaani, which also showcases child trafficking.

Prior to Yudh, I had done nothing worth mentioning: Avinash Tiwari

Avinash Tiwari, who played Azad Shatru, the main villain in the Amitabh Bachchan-starrer TV series Yudh, says prior to the show his experience was limited to doing short films and ads.

Aamir Khan receives request to support LGBT rights on Satyamev Jayate

Bollywood actor Vishakha Singh, encouraged an NGO to write to Aamir and its members have already sent an email to Aamir Khan. Whether the show will actually discuss the sensitive issue of LGBT rights is yet to be seen

Keanu Reeves to play hitman in Rain

Keanu Reeves has joined the expanding list of movie stars crossing over to the small screen. The actor will be the executive producer and star of Rain.

Mahabharat shoot wrapped up

The mythological drama Mahabharat, which premiered on September 16 on Star Plus, went off air on Saturday and the same night a party was thrown here by the producers.

Kevin Spacey imitates Bill Clinton in House of Cards parody

Hollywood star Kevin Spacey has imitated former US president Bill Clinton's voice in a parody video of his TV show House of Cards.

Jhalak was a wonderful journey: Kiku Sharda

Eliminated from Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7, Kiku Sharda, is happy to have learnt as a performer. "It was a fantastic journey on Jhalak. I am passionate about dance and got to learn many new dance forms on the show."
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