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The most entertaining awards show is almost here...that's right gear up for the 45th E!With the celebrities gathered and the trophies ready to be handed out, you can keep reading to find how to watch an E!The 45th People's Choice Awards will take place on Sunday, November 10 at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica with the ceremony is due to start at 6pm local time.It's being shown live ET at 9pm, but there's a three hour delay PT with the broadcast time so it's a 9pm TV showing there, too.In fact, similar to last year (and the Academy Awards) this 2019's ceremony will be host-less!Instead there will be a wide range of familiar faces helping present the awards including the likes of Sarah Hyland, Terry Crews, KJ Apa, Karamo Brown, Jenna Dewan and more.
Gurira, who stars in Season 9 of The Walking Dead, says Hollywood is finally figuring out what it means to be a modern woman."If we are to progress societally and in how we tell stories, then the idea that there are more roles that show women in various portrayals of strength and ability and complexity -- that's of course where it's going to go."Gurira -- an award-winning playwright whose play Eclipsed was the first to premiere on Broadway with an all-black, all-female cast and creative team -- talked about Okoye as a model for female leadership, learning to use a katana, the nonprofits she hopes will change people's mind about women and girls, and why she wouldn't mind technology for cloning.It felt like something that was deeply needed in terms of giving a representation to voices and faces and stories and geography that are very rarely given representation -- on a global level that Marvel and Disney can bring.It's not the same necessarily as masculine leadership.Gurira: The women of Wakanda are amazing.
Although the smartphone industry keeps producing tons of new smartphones every year, the amount of really good phones that we saw was this year incredible.There was a great phone for everyone this year, no matter what your budget was.That definitely made it much harder to choose our favorites from the year, but it is something that needs to get done.Today, we're announcing the categories in which we'll be honoring products from 2018 as well as opening our People's Choice awards up for voting.Voting will close by mid January, following which we will reveal our Editor's picks as well your picks.Categories for Editor's Choice Awards
The People’s Choice Awards on E!was the top choice of people on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in terms of interactions during the week of Nov. 5, according to Nielsen Social Content Ratings.The annual awards show tallied 5.267 million interactions across the three social networks.USA Network’s WWE Monday Night Raw followed on the list of TV series and specials, with 1.753 million interactions, and third place went to Riverdale on The CW (1.498 million).National Football League action seized seven of the 10 spots on the sports chart for the week of Nov. 5.The top three, all NFL games, were: Carolina Panthers at Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football (Fox, Fox Deportes, NFL Network), 3.489 million interactions across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles on NBC’s Sunday Night Football (3.129 million); and Tennessee Titans at Dallas on Monday Night Football on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN2 (3.034 million).
Off stage, away from the cameras, Adweek’s Media Visionary is as genuine and thoughtful as the likable persona she’s cultivated during her long, remarkable career as an entertainer, writer, producer, and LGBTQ and animal activist.Following her steady rise as a comedian, DeGeneres headlined HBO stand-up comedy specials, guested on TV shows and, in 1994, landed her eponymous sitcom on ABC.America was a very different place 20-plus years ago than it is now, and some tough years followed for DeGeneres, to put it mildly.She landed a daytime talker, now with a rabid following and in its 16th season, hosted the Emmys and Oscars (and blew up Twitter with her star-studded selfie) and was a judge on American Idol, and along the way scooped up 59 Daytime Emmy Awards, a Primetime Emmy Award, 20 People’s Choice Awards and the 2016 Presidential Medal of Freedom, among many other accolades.Somehow, DeGeneres finds time to produce several TV shows via her A Very Good Production company, including NBC’s Ellen’s Game of Games, Little Big Shots and ABC’s Splitting Up Together.DeGeneres in recent years has made the successful transition to the third screen, using social media as yet another platform to entertain and inspire, but also to tackle controversial issues, from school shootings to MeToo moments, most recently taking to Twitter in support of Christine Blasey Ford during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate hearings.
2017 was a great year for tech enthusiasts.We saw bezels shrinking on mobile phones to almost disappearing levels, and online retailers stepping up their game.Artificial Intelligence and digital assistants rose to new levels, and so did mobile photography, rivaling qualities that were a domain of much larger and more expensive cameras.We saw so many great products that it became very hard to pick out the best ones.But there's always a winner, and while we work on selecting ours, here's your chance to pick your favourites.Taking over from Tbreak Awards, say hello to the very first TechRadar Middle East awards.