Great news; Yellowjackets has been nominated at the 75th Primetime Emmys! Season 2 of the series scored a total 3 nominations from all the categories at the Emmys.

As for now, FOX is slated to air the 75th Primetime Emmys on Monday, September 18, produced by Jesse Collins Entertainment. But as Variety reported on Monday, the WGA strike and potential SAG-AFTRA strike will likely push the telecast to either November (the TV Academy’s choice) or January (when Fox would like to air it). A host has not yet been named.

Drama Series


“Better Call Saul”

“The Crown”

“House of the Dragon”

“The Last of Us”


“The White Lotus”


Source: Variety

Christina Ricci is nominated at the 2023 HCA TV Awards for her role as Misty on Yellowjackets and as Marilyn Thornhill on Wednesday. Both series and other cast members also received nominations at the awards in other categories! Due to the ongoing WGA strike and the SAG/AFTRA strike looming, winners of the 2023 HCA TV Awards will no longer be presented on August 12th and August 13th. Presentation of the HCA TV Awards Winners is TBD.

Best Supporting Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Drama Series
Aubrey Plaza – The White Lotus (HBO) Catalina Sandino Moreno – From (MGM+) Christina Ricci – Yellowjackets (Showtime) Janet Montgomery – New Amsterdam (NBC) Jennifer Coolidge – The White Lotus (HBO) Jen Tullock – Perry Mason (HBO) Lauren Ambrose – Yellowjackets (Showtime) Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul (AMC) Sonja Sohn – Will Trent (ABC) Sophie Thatcher – Yellowjackets (Showtime)

Best Supporting Actress in a Streaming Comedy Series
Alex Borstein – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime Video) Ashley Park – Emily in Paris (Netflix) Ayo Edebiri – The Bear (FX on Hulu) Christina Ricci – Wednesday (Netflix) Diana Maria Riva – Dead to Me (Netflix) Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) Jessica Williams – Shrinking (Apple TV+) Kristin Chenoweth – Schmigadoon! (Apple TV+) Rachel Bloom – Reboot (Hulu) Yeo Yann Yann – American Born Chinese (Disney+)

Best Cable Drama Series
Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire (AMC) Better Call Saul (AMC) From (MGM+) P-Valley (Starz) Succession (HBO) The Last of Us (HBO) The White Lotus (HBO) Yellowjackets (Showtime) Yellowstone (Paramount Network) Your Honor (Showtime)

Best Streaming Comedy Series
Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies (Paramount+) Jury Duty (Freevee) Only Murders in the Building (Hulu) Poker Face (Peacock) Shrinking (Apple TV+) Ted Lasso (Apple TV+) The Bear (FX on Hulu) The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Prime Video) Tulsa King (Paramount+) Wednesday (Netflix)

Source: Awards Radar

The air date for the episode of “Celebrity Family Feud” featuring Christina Ricci and her co-stars from Yellowjackets was announced! The episode will be premiering on Sunday, July 9th at 8:00pm on ABC! The show will be available for streaming the next day (Monday) on Hulu. I have updated the photo gallery with 7 HQ photos of Christina Ricci from the upcoming episode.

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Great news! Yellowjackets has received a nomination at the 2023 Television Critics Association Awards! The winners of the TCA Awards will be announced August 7, 2023.

“Andor” – Disney+
“Better Call Saul” – AMC (2019 Winner in Category)
“Interview With the Vampire” – AMC
“Succession” – HBO | MAX (2022 & 2020 Winner in Category)
“The Good Fight” – Paramount+
“The Last of Us” – HBO | Max
“The White Lotus” – HBO | Max
“Yellowjackets” – Showtime

Great news! Christina Ricci will be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2024! It is well deserved and I’m so happy for her; congratulations Christina!

The Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2024 are:

In the category of MOTION PICTURES: Chadwick Boseman (posthumous), Kevin Feige, Gal Gadot, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Chris Meledandri, Chris Pine, Christina Ricci, and Michelle Yeoh

In the category of TELEVISION: Ken Jeong, Eugene Levy, Mario Lopez, Jim Nantz, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Michael Schur, Kerry Washington, and Raúl De Molina and Lili Estefan, Co-Hosts of the television show, “El Gordo y La Flaca” (double ceremony)

In the category of RECORDING: Glen Ballard, Toni Braxton, Def Leppard, Charles Fox, Sammy Hagar, Brandy Norwood, Darius Rucker, Gwen Stefani, and Andre ‘Dr. Dre’ Young

In the category of LIVE THEATRE/LIVE PERFORMANCE: Jane Krakowski and Otis Redding (posthumous)

In the category of RADIO: Angie Martinez

In the category of Sports Entertainment: Billie Jean King and Carl Weathers

Source: Hollywood Walk of Fame

Christina Ricci will be appearing in an episode of the new season of “Hollywood Houselift with Jeff Lewis.” In the second season of Hollywood Houselift, everyone’s favorite interior designer and house-flipper Jeff Lewis is back for a brand-new slate of show-stopping home renovations for some of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities. But with a new season comes even bigger projects, higher stakes, and a ton of attitude. Lewis’ all-star team, including Megan Weaver, Tyler Meyerkorth, Andrew Coleman, and Shane Douglas, will also return to bring even more laughs and drama when the new episodes premiere in winter 2023.

Christina on how Misty was first pitched to her:
“Originally we only had the pilot and Misty only has one scene in the pilot where she gets offended by one of her elderly patients, because she works in nursing home – and then ends up being abusive to the elderly patient. I just love the scene. I thought it was so well written and concise, and really informative. It communicated so much about the pettiness and smallness of this woman. I thought that was fascinating. I am very interested in in human behavior and people like this people this petty, I find them really fascinating,” said Ricci “You could tell she was really devious, and she did these horrible things. She was very manipulative but also just like adorable and charming and really fun. “And they wanted her to be like that.”

On the ability to spread her creative wings with the character of Misty:
“I didn’t realize that she was supposed to be funny until we got to shooting the second episode. Then I realized that she was being written for comedy. For me, it was very important that this character feel real and to be grounded. I didn’t want her to be too over the top or cartoonish. So I really tried to play her against the comedy that’s written, almost, and it edit ends up working out. People seem to still think she’s funny. For me it’s much more important that everything she does make sense and follows logic and is justified. I’m not a very conscious actor, so I didn’t really realize I was doing any physical, anything different until people started pointing it out watching the show. I think when I play a character, I just become a different person. That means that means my physicality changes, depending on the energy of the character.”

On working with her season two partner in crime, Elijah Wood:
“I love working with Elijah – he’s so fun, and he’s so talented and he’s so good. The scenes are really fun to play. We both are kind of vibing and on the same page and same pace, even. I think that Walter has really given Misty for the first time, kind of normal stakes, relatable stakes. I’d never imagined Misty having such relatable stakes. To me, she always seemed like such an extreme character that anything did, she would never be in a quote unquote, normal sort of situation or be dealing with like normal issues. What was interesting by Walter being in her life this season she went into the last couple of episodes of the show, I think she reacted to what went on in those last episodes a lot differently than I think she would have had Walter not been a part of her life.”

On what is Misty’s end game?
“I feel at this place she has this compulsion to try to have a friend or see if people will accept her. I think it’s also kind of a weird like. It’s also expressed in sort of a hostile way. She knows she’s going to be rejected. But it says weird, compulsive need to just keep doing this thing. Just like what follows afterwards, the self destruction and doing the wrong thing to the new quote unquote, friend. It’s just her mode of operation – the cycle that she always goes through that keeps her in the same place. I think she has that compulsion. I don’t think her life has been very fun or full since they were rescued. She has a really strong bond to the other survivors. It’s the one time she actually did belong to some group. So she has just this need to preserve that group.”

Be sure to listen to episode 4 of TV Topics featuring Christina, it in its 37-minute entirety, directly below.

Source: Awards Radar