@AARPLynne - Sorry I didn't notice this discussion earlier. In a nutshell, "no", because of the way they were done. I don't recall which award shows had the "presenters" actually present each of the nominees, and then they'd announce the winners. This time an unseen announcer presented each of the nominees, and the presenters would stand there doing nothing, and then one would announce the winner. Sometimes there would be a handful of presenters, and they'd make not-that-funny banter. It seemed pathetic, and not surprising that the audience for these self-serving events continues to decline.
No. I do not. It is so political. I don’t want to hear biased opinions from people because they’re pretty and/ or actors. It certainly doesn’t make them smart. Frankly, who cares what they think. I only watch Fox News anymore. It’s the most unbiased.
I'll be watching to see Colin Jost and Michael Che host. I love them on SNL, so I'm hoping they do a good job tonight. As far at the nominees go, well, I'm not familiar with most of them since they're on cable or streaming and I only have basic TV. Good luck to all of them!
No. First of all there are very few quality shows on TV now. I watch mainly the dramas on PBS, Fox News Network, local news and college sports. Who wants to watch a bunch of egotistic "celebrities" tell lies and make crude and disgusting comments about the current administration in DC???
To info seeker. I answered the question and told why I don't watch them. I watch Fox News because they are the only TV media outlet that tells both sides. I am not now or ever have been a liar. You need to learn some manners.
yes means you are entertained by overpaid narcissistic snowflakes most of which never had a "real" job-- they should stick to acting as nobody cares or are listening to anything else they say- ie remember Hillary?