Listen to (and share) episode 29 of our audio podcast Deadline Awards Watch With Pete Hammond. This week, Deadline’s awards columnist vents with host David Bloom about the many omissions in the WGA’s recently released list of best-written TV series; previews the coming Emmy nominations season and whether House Of Cards will be competing for Best Drama with such stalwarts as Mad Men, Breaking Bad and Game Of Thrones; discusses whether a crucial date change for Lone Survivor will put it in the Oscar hunt; and analyzes the week’s notable movies, led by the small but smart The Purge and the Vince Vaughan-Owen Wilson comedy of Google manners, The Internship.
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