Poll: Emmys Showdown: SNL vs. Inside Amy Schumer?
A poll by IMDb-Editors
Results of 1,567 votes:
Inside Amy Schumer (2013)
Saturday Night Live (1975)
'The Hunger Games' — Favorite 'Katniss Everdeen' Poster
The Hunger Games franchise has launched different posters featuring only the lead character Katniss Everdeen for every movie of this franchise year after year. Which of these posters would you most like to decorate your room with? Discuss the poll here.
Which of these funny and independent millennial* gals from television make for the best role model for the next generation? Buzz over here to selfie your answer.... Yolo ... or something.... *A global generational study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers with the University of Southern California and the London Business School defined Millennials as those born between 1980 and 1995.
Returning mid-season tv shows?
Which of these tv shows returning spring or summer of 2014 are you most looking forward to? Discuss the list here
Your fave of EW's 25 best scenes of this TV season?
Entertainment Weekly recently came out with its list of the 50 best scenes of this TV season. Of the top 25 listed below, which was your favorite? Discuss the list here
Raising Some Eyebrows
Which of these male actors would win the Coolest Eyebrow-Raising Contest? Discuss here
'Puppular' TV Shows
What's your favorite TV show (with more than 1000 votes) featuring puppetry? After voting, you may discuss the list here
Characters wearing the American flag
Who of these characters who wear the American flag looks the coolest? Discuss the list here!
Favorite Winner of TCA Heritage Award
Which of the winners of Television Critics Association (TCA) Heritage Award is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Which version of Wonder Woman is your favorite? After voting, you may discuss the poll here.
Cheerio, Dave: What Letterman feature will you miss most?
Television will never be the same since David Letterman brought "sky-cam," Larry Bud Melman, "the world's most dangerous band," and watermelons being thrown off buildings to unsuspecting viewers in 1982. In 1993 Letterman left Late Night on NBC and moved to CBS, where he has been hosting, as well as co-writing and co-producing, the Late Show since. After 20 May, 2015, when the very last David Letterman show airs, what will you most miss about Dave's offbeat and historic world? Comment here
Four-word TV Catchphrases
Which of these four-word TV catchphrases is the most classic? Discuss here
Everybody who has seen these TV shows and films knows them, but nobody has ever seen them. Which of these unseen characters would you most like to see, if only the once? Just to see what they do look like... Discuss here
Batman's "Batusi" vs. Vincent's Twist
Which pop culture icon has the best moves on the dance floor, Batman (Adam West doing the "Batusi" in the 1960's Batman (1966)) or (John Travolta doing the twist in Pulp Fiction (1994))? discuss here
Scripted U.S. TV series that lasted 20 seasons or more
Which of these long-running series would you be most willing to watch in full? Discuss this list here
Which of these film characters delivers the most compelling hushed/whispered movie quote? Quietly discuss this poll here
I Believe I Can Fly...
Which of this able-to-fly* character is your favorite? *no wings, no machine or external equipment to help able-to-flying. It have to be their origin ability to be able to fly. Discuss their ability here
Top 30 one-word TV catchphrases ...
After the movies, let's start another a new quotes-related series of polls dedicated to TV shows and series. Which TV show featured the most memorable one-word catchphrase? NOTE : Only words included, even unintelligible, but not just a sound or a scream, and not expressions made of the same repeated word like Ha-ha, Bam-Bam or Nanu-Nanu, these ones will probably make it into the next list) Discuss here
TV Gets Real: The 1970s
Up until the 1970s, much of television portrayed idealized families and rural fantasies, offered pure escapism, and reenforced stereotypes, but, in the '70s, TV faced reality. Which of these series that embraced realism do you think was the most powerful and important? After voting, discuss here.
You're Stuck in the Middle Ages
Good for you. You got out of the Old West and managed to escape the Modern West. Along the way you were able to get more duct tape and replace the broken parts of your time machine. Unfortunately, once again, it broke down as soon as you tried to use it. Now you're stuck in the chaotic plague-ridden world of Medieval Europe. If you're going to have any chance of survival you're going to need to find some allies fast, so who do you want watching your back now? Choose wisely, my friend. Your very life may depend on it. This is a sequel to my polls You're Stuck in the Old West and You're Stuck in the Modern West. You can discuss the poll here.
Which of these quotes from Spock, the iconic Star Trek (1966) character brilliantly portrayed by the late Leonard Nimoy is your favorite? Discuss logic here