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Creative Arts Emmys Night #3: Watch our live post-show debating Wednesday’s winners and losers [VIDEO]

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The Creative Arts Emmys are now being presented over an astonishing five nights this week. Watch our lively post-show above at 6:30 PT; 9:30 ET on Wednesday, September 16, following Night #3 of these ceremonies, with virtual emcee Nicole Byer (“Nailed It!”). Gold Derby’s Riley Chow will host editor Joyce Eng plus contributors Kevin Jacobsen and Tom O’Brien as they debate the winners and losers.

This evening’s ceremony largely focuses on scripted categories, including the following:

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A MULTI-CAMERA SERIES

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY FOR A SINGLE-CAMERA SERIES (HALF-HOUR)

BEST CONTEMPORARY HAIRSTYLING

BEST FANTASY/SCI-FI COSTUMES

BEST MULTI-CAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A COMEDY SERIES

BEST PERIOD COSTUMES

BEST PERIOD MAKEUP AND/OR CHARACTER MAKEUP (NON-PROSTHETIC)

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE CONTEMPORARY PROGRAM (ONE HOUR OR MORE)

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN FOR A NARRATIVE PROGRAM (HALF-HOUR)

BEST PROSTHETIC MAKEUP FOR A SERIES, LIMITED SERIES, MOVIE OR SPECIAL

BEST SINGLE-CAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A DRAMA SERIES

BEST SINGLE-CAMERA PICTURE EDITING FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

BEST SOUND EDITING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (ONE HOUR)

BEST SOUND EDITING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (HALF-HOUR) AND ANIMATION

BEST SOUND MIXING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (HALF-HOUR) AND ANIMATION

BEST SOUND MIXING FOR A LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

BEST SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS

BEST SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

We are also offering live post-show analysis for the other four ceremonies this week:

Monday, September 14 (mostly reality categories)

Tuesday, September 15 (mostly variety categories)

Thursday, September 17 (mostly scripted shows; animation)

Saturday, September 19 (guest stars, reality host, TV movie and more)

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Diana French, woman accused of stealing Kyle Richards’ ring, speaks out

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Diana French has a bone to pick with Kyle Richards. And Diane Keaton, for that matter.

French, a retired pharmacy clerk from Los Angeles, wound up an unwitting viral star when “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards saw a picture of French’s hands on Diane Keaton’s Instagram and thought she recognized a ring that had been stolen from her home in a 2018 burglary.

For some reason, Keaton identified French in the picture as a psychic from Santa Monica, which may have been why Richards’ subsequent attempt to find French through a private investigator came to no avail.

This week, however, a TikTok user identified French as her grandmother from her hands and attempted to clear her name, saying that the ring had been in her possession for decades while offering photographic proof.

French, however, is fed up, telling “Inside Edition” during her Sept. 28 appearance that she wants an apology from Richards and Keaton.

“I don’t deserve this,” she told the show. “My twin sister called and said, ‘Diana, you’re on Google.”

“My mother was killed 40 years ago and my dad gave me her band,” French explained of the ring, noting that she has appraisal papers from 1980 that set the ring’s value at $2,500, along with a trove of family photos showing her wearing the item for decades.

As for the nails, French said she’s always had them: “I am totally lost without them.”

And while she doesn’t remember the particular date Keaton took the pic, she does remember the actress was her customer.

“That picture of my hands was taken on the counter of the pharmacy,” she said.

Reached by Page Six, Richards’ team had no comment; Keaton’s has yet to respond.

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Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story Ending Explained

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Dirty John is a crime-based show that focuses on the true events for each season. The first season of the dirty john franchise depicted the harrowing true story of John Mehan, a man who tricked his wife Debra and abused her emotionally.

It received great appreciation from the public who said that it was the most impactful show and is a must-watch for women all over the globe.

The dirty john season two focused on the story of Betty Broderic, the true crazy crime enthusiasts have binged watch the whole season and it all comes down to what happened to Betty Broderic at the end? The dirty John season 2 is adopted and imitated like the 1989 murder case of Dan and Linda Broderick.

Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story Ending Explained

The season is 8 episodes long and some of the characters and the scenes have been fictionalized for dramatic purposes. The killer was Betty Broderic the ex-wife of Dan Broderick who murdered Dan and his wife Linda and is still in prison today.

In the eighth and the final episode of Betty Broderick titled “perception is reality” we see that Betty Broderick goes on trial for the double murder. She had shot and killed not only her ex-husband but also his new wife. On being confronted by the jury Betty did not deny committing the murders. The prosecutor argued that she had pre-planned the murders.

The first trial ends with a hung jury. Betty was receiving hundreds of letters from the woman across the world standing in her favor. She remained confident that the outcome of her second trial would lead to the same as the first one.

At the second trial, the prosecutor brought her former friends to the stand who explained the anger of the housewife and her obsession with Dan and Linda. On the stand, Betty claimed that she had no idea how she ended up committing murders as she was planning to go to the beach and kill herself, she also claimed that she pulled the trigger on the revolver 5 times because she had “tensed up”.

The prosecution argued that the pulling of the trigger was deliberate as she would have had to change the aim to kill Dan after Linda, also Dan and Linda were left helpless as Betty had also unplugged their phones.

The jury pronounces her guilty of murder on double counts and sentences her to 35 to life years in prison.

The end of the episode shows Betty looking over all the key points in Betty and Dan’s relationship while sitting in her prison cell where she could see adult Dan and Linda smiling at each other.

Today Betty Broderic, now 72 has been denied parole 3 times and has no chances of getting another parole hearing till January 2032.

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Kevin Steverson’s Salvage Title Acquired by Hideout Pictures

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Kevin Steverson’s Salvage Title Acquired by Hideout Pictures

Just two years after hitting shelves, Kevin Steverson’s sci-fi epic novel Salvage Title has been acquired by Average Joes Entertainment’s Hideout Pictures to be developed into a feature film, according to Deadline.

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Published in 2018 and the first in the novel trilogy of the same name, the story follows Harmon Tomeral, an orphan-turned-space academy pilot who faces an uphill battle as he desires to head to space. He and his friend enter in a Top Fleet Marine competition to compete for the grand prize of 100,000 credits, which would just be enough to start their own salvage company, but they two must build a mech worth of competition. With the fleet showing disinterest in Harmon, he must team up with his friends to go against regulations to salvage parts and try to become the best.

The film adaptation is set to be penned by graphic novelist Doug Wagner, well-known for creating the Image Comics’ limited series Plastic, with Hideout Pictures CEO Shannon Houchins attached to produce alongside Trevor O’Neil and Potsy Ponciroli.

Click here to purchase the first novel in Steverson’s trilogy!

Kevin is a tremendous storyteller and we had been tracking Salvage Title knowing that Doug is the perfect person to adapt the property for the television/film,” Houchins said in a statement.

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Steverson’s work becomes the second novel Hideout has acquired for a feature film adaptation after the production banner landed the rights to the graphic novel series Kill Whitey Donovan last year. Hideout has recently become known for providing financing on a number of projects with big names attached including Jay & Silent Bob Reboot and the Omar Epps and Kate Walsh-starring 3022.

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