Andy Samberg gives out real HBO Now account info on Emmys

21 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Andy Samberg Gives Out A Functioning HBO NOW Login On Tonight’s Emmys.

Noting that HBO executives have previously claimed not to care of paid subscribers share their passwords to the premium cable channel’s content (surrrre, they don’t), Samberg said: “So here’s my HBO Now login. The 67th annual Primetime Emmy Awards got underway this evening with host Andy Samberg giving a musical tribute to the glut of TV we’re all faced with.

The 2015 Emmys telecast is underway, and it’s time to see how your predictions on our play-at-home ballot, which includes some of the top categories that have yet to be awarded, measure up. Through a rousing musical number that featured guest spots from Bob Odenkirk, Billy Eichner, and Will Forte, Samberg sang about why he was qualified to host — simply because he holed up in an “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” inspired bunker for a year to watch everything, ever.

Janney, who won for her role in the sitcom “Mom,” explained that she was feeling nervous and overwhelmed to have been the first winner of the night and wanted some friendly support. From there, Samberg started his opening monologue, which featured political jokes about Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, jabs at Hollywood’s diversity issues, and a blatant call out that Justin Timberlake would not be making an appearance — a reference to his Lonely Island skits with the singer on “Saturday Night Live.”

HBO doesn’t care, they said so on the record.” But HBO likely doesn’t have to worry that its library will be pilfered — some viewers began changing the email and password associated with account which will stymy a potentially overwhelming number of viewers tuning in. Fear not, while there are a number of close categories that people are keeping an eye on, you can take a peek at what some TV experts have predicted or compare notes with Gold Standard columnist Glenn Whipp to help make sense of it all. He also noted that the pay network has said it isn’t concerned about paying customers sharing their passwords. “The Voice” producer Mark Burnett and host Carson Daly snapped selfies with their new statuettes after the show won the outstanding reality competition.

Tambor plays Maura — formerly Mort — Pfefferman, a transgender character of Amazon’s “Transparent.” He dedicated his Emmy to the transgender community, thanking them for their patience, courage and inspiration. She said she was quoting her show’s writers in saying, “what a great honor it must be for you to honor me tonight.” Then she said Donald Trump actually said that. Henson of “Empire” used a cardboard fan to create a breeze for herself, while actress Jaimie Alexander used an electric fan from the moment she stepped onto the red carpet, putting it away only to take photos. The men are faring little better, with Pablo Schreiber fanning himself with his hands and Jonathan Banks ditching his tuxedo jacket and telling fans, “You know how stupid we all are to be out in this!” With temperatures nearing 100 degrees in downtown Los Angeles, fans in the bleachers outside the Emmy Awards are resorting to fans — both paper and electric — to keep cool.

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