The nominations for the 80th Golden Globe Awards are finally here, ushering in a brand new wave of excitement for the 2023 awards season. A few of the more noteworthy nominations ondddd the film side of the awards include Angela Bassett (“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”) for best performance by an actress in a supporting role, Brendan Fraser (“The Whale”) for best performance by an actor in a motion picture, and “Avatar: The Way of Water” for best motion picture.On the television side of the awards, “House of the Dragon,” “Ozark,” and “Better Call Saul” headline the nominees for best television series — drama, while “Abbott Elementary” leads all television series with five nominations. The sheer variety of television series to receive nominations at this year’s Golden Globes is undeniably surprising, with everything from “Euphoria” to “Andor” to “Wednesday” showing up at some point on the list.That said, there is one extremely prominent television series which received absolutely zero nominations at the 2023 Golden Globes: Amazon Prime’s billion-dollar fantasy series “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.”
Kangz of the Rangz was such a failure that the very same propaganda outlets who were praising it in the beginning had to cut their losses and save what little remained of their reputations by the end. It was without a shadow of a doubt, a complete and utter failure, although it was clearly so from the very first minute of the very first episode. Nevertheless, it bombed so hard that they couldn’t even buy a nomination, let alone win, in any category.
This show had one of the most astroturfed online shilling campaigns I have ever seen. They spent money hiring no name “influencers” who they called “Lord of the Rings Superfans,” but have still not even seen the show. Sure, that might not seem like much, but it’s indicative of what the (((Jennifer Salke))) lead retard train thought was high quality marketing. Everything else they did was in the same vein.
I never follow online Hollywood stuff in any way, except when writing content for this site. As a result, I had to, may Allah forgive me, frequent the reddits pertaining to Wheel of Time and Kangs of Powah. It was quickly obvious where the Indian based social media PR corporations were doing their shilling. Or rather, their gaslighting, trying to pretend that there was some organic, grassroots support for this garbage. There wasn’t, and with the total lack of nominations for the show it signals the end for this abomination.
The upcoming second season of Amazon Studios’ The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, which is currently in production in the UK, will be directed by Charlotte Brändström, who is coming back after helming two episodes in Season 1, as well as Sanaa Hamri and Louise Hooper who are new to the franchise. The announcement also indirectly confirmed that Season 2 will consist of the same number of episodes as Season 1, eight.
In Season 1, Brändström was the only female director; in Season 2 she is leading an all-female directing team.
Except it doesn’t, because Amazon is a trillion dollar multinational, and they’ll be back for season 2. Luckily, they’re fixing the main issue that plagued the series, too many men. Oh but they’re keeping the totally incompetent closeted homo showrunners, just to make sure that they don’t accidentally improve the quality of the product.