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Why ‘The White Lotus’ Is Competing as a Limited Series at the Emmys, Despite Jennifer Coolidge’s Season 2 Return
Michael Schneider Variety Editor at LargeAs production on Season 2 of HBO’s “The White Lotus” continues in Sicily, Italy, the Television Academy has now confirmed that the show’s first season will nonetheless be eligible to compete as a limited series in this year’s Emmy Awards.The ruling comes even though original cast member Jennifer Coolidge is set to return for the seven-episode second installment of the hit series. Even though that would appear to make Season 2 a continuation of “The White Lotus,” and therefore a drama, the Academy ruled that it could still fall under its rules in the outstanding limited or anthology series category.That’s because, according to the org, “In this case, the reappearance in a subsequent ‘season’ of one character from a large ensemble does not prohibit eligibility based on Academy’s main criteria for limited series.” Coolidge, as wealthy hotel guest Tanya, was a supporting character in Season 1 — though, given the large ensemble cast, all of the show’s actors will be submitting in the supporting categories at the Emmys.It may be a bit of semantics, but the TV Academy stipulates that for a show to be considered a limited series, “the story arc must be completely resolved within its season, with no ongoing storyline and/or main characters in subsequent seasons.”Because Coolidge’s character is not a “main” character, it passes that test on a bit of a technicality.
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Bridget Fonda's incredibly private life with husband Danny Elfman unveiled as star spotted
The musician shot to fame as the frontman of the 80s new wave band Oingo Boingo.Since the 1990s, David has composed over 100 feature films scores, as well as compositions for television, stage productions and the concert hall.Recently, he is best known for his work with Tim Burton, having worked with him on 16 of his films including Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Alice in Wonderland.He has also written music for Men in Black and Fifty Shades of Grey.Danny's hard work paid off as he was nominated for an Oscar four times, but has won two Emmy Awards, a Grammy and the 2015 Disney Legend Award.The composer now regularly posts about his new projects on his Instagram in view of his 158,000 followers.Danny's son Oliver, whom he shares with Bridget was born in 2005 and like his parents keeps himself out of the spotlight.She was recently spotted for the first time in 12 years on Wednesday as she ran errands in Los Angeles.Bridget was last photographed publicly in 2009 as she attended the premiere of Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.She left the spotlight, as reported to focus on raising her son at the family's ranch in Santa Barbara.Bridget went for a casual look on her day out in Los Angeles as she wore a black and white striped bottom and plain bottoms.She was joined on her outing with her dog, whom she navigated in and out of the car.Bridget currently lives with her other half and their only son Oliver in two neighbouring properties located in Encino, which is located in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles.In 2020, Danny and Bridget sold their two mansions in Los Angeles for a reported $14.6 million and moved to Santa Barbara, where they own a ranch.While initially they only
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