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Like The Amazing Race dominated the Reality-Competition category, so too did Survivor host Jeff Probst dominate the Reality Show Host category. Probst has been a deserving winner, but there’s another guy out there too who’s put in 10 equally excellent years in front of the camera.
Phil Keoghan continues to be Continue reading
Phil’s Film The Ride To Premiere February 3rd!
In 2009, Phil Koeghan biked across America in support of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and he filmed every mile. Now that film makes it world premiere this February 3rd online at Phil’s website, NoOpportunityWasted.com.
You can log on to the website as well to find out if the film will be screening at a theater near you. Phil will be at each of the screenings including theaters in Los Angeles, Denver, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, Dallas, and New York. 100% of the box office will benefit the National MS Society.
Here is the trailer…
Be sure to support Phil and this great cause!
For Your Emmy Consideration: Phil Keoghan
The eyebrow says it all.
The Amazing Race‘s Phil Keoghan has been an amazing host and the only one suited for the series. An adventurer himself, Keoghan loves being part of a worldwide adventure and enjoys seeing regular everyday Americans doing the same.
Over the past 16 seasons, Keoghan has become one of the best parts of the series, adding humor and levity when needed, but being compassionate and serious as the tension of the competition wears on the teams.
Keoghan’s willingness to poke fun at himself, like standing in just his underwear in the snow to demonstrate the upcoming task or diving into the sea himself to explain the rules, is a great example of how much he enjoys what he does.
When needed, he understands the contestants, helps comfort them or laughs right along with them.
And as the master of ceremonies, no one explains tasks and challenges with as much fun as he does.
While The Amazing Race has enjoyed deserving annual wins at the Emmys, it is time its equally deserving host is recognized as well.
The eyebrow says it all.
The Amazing Race‘s Phil Keoghan has been an amazing Continue reading
Another television season over. You know what that means! It’s Emmy season!
Networks and studios have been sending those For Your Consideration DVDs and swag to Emmy voters hoping to get a shot at the gold in August.
Attention wonderful, intelligent, and respected Emmy voters! =D
Here are my own humble FYCs of deserving, Emmy worthy shows and performances, many of them are the underdogs in the very competitive (and often predictable) Emmy race. But everyone loves the underdog right? =]