Kyle's Career Filmstrip: TV Series and Movies

Jan 31, 2012

2012 SAG Awards: Twitter Trends

Buzzworthy moments call for trending topics on Twitter! There was nonstop chatter throughout the SAG Awards last night and we have a list of what people were Tweeting about most.

Kyle Chandler – His true name and “Coach Taylor” starting trending immediately once Chandler helped Betty White on stage to deliver her speech. What a gentleman!

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Jan 29, 2012

Kyle Chandler: Life after Friday Night Lights

Kyle Chandler may not be portraying Coach Eric Taylor anymore but that didn’t stop him from walking the red carpet at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild in Los Angeles. The drama series nominee for his performance in Friday Night Lights looked spry as he graced the red carpet and walked in front of the cameras on Sunday night. Live from Los Angeles home of the SAG Awards, it was noticed that Chandler was one of the first men who walked the red carpet, the screaming for the actor was deafening.

Kyle Chandler at the SAG Awards

SAG Awards 2012

Actors Kyle Chandler, left, and Regina King speak onstage during the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.

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Jan 27, 2012

5 Reasons the SAG Awards are Better Than the Oscars

2. Brad Pitt and Kyle Chandler Are Nominated: Unlike the Academy Awards, the SAGs nominates both movie and TV stars. You could argue that on this point the SAGs are the equal of the Golden Globes, but the SAGs doesn't go to as obvious lengths to liquor up its honorees, hence speeches, like Sandra Bullock's from a couple years back (even including all its now-cringeworthy shout-outs to Jesse James), are heartfelt, warm and, added bonus, coherent.

Best luck and have fun, Kyle! From all your fans at Kyle Chandler Central.

Jan 23, 2012

Where to Watch The SAG Awards and Pre-Show

Where to watch nominee and award presenter Kyle Chandler at this Sunday's SAG Awards?

TNT, TBS and People Magazine will be teaming up for a live webcast of the red carpet arrivals to the Jan. 29 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. The pre-show webcast will begin on Sunday at 6 p.m. Eastern.

In addition to the webcast on, and, will serve as "SAG Awards Central." This will provide a wide assortment of interactive functions, SAG Awards-related content and social media features that will complement the on-air telecast on TNT and TBS of the award show.

Jan 16, 2012

Kyle Chandler Added As Presenter at SAG Awards

Kyle Chandler - Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Four first-time nominees join the the list of scheduled presenters at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Friday Night Lights' Kyle Chandler, The Help's Octavia Spencer, Descendants co-star Judy Greer and Bridesmaids' Maya Rudolph will all present, SAG and event EP Jeff Margolis announced Monday.

Chandler goes into the show with an Emmy win for his final season on FNL and Spencer took the Golden Globe for her supporting work in The Help.

The four join previously confirmed presenters Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman, Armie Hammer, Ed Helms, SAG President Ken Howard, Regina King, Julianna Margulies, Natalie Portman and Dick Van Dyke.

This year's SAG awards, the 18th annual entry, will air live on TNT and TBS at 8:00 p.m ET/5:00 p.m. PT from Los Angeles' Shrine Exposition Center, on Sunday, Jan. 29.

Jan 1, 2012

A Look at the Best, Worst, and Just Plain Irritating TV in 2011

» Favorite drama of the year: "Friday Night Lights." If you cried your eyes out when Aaron Rodgers hoisted the Lombardi Trophy, you missed an even bigger tearjerker this year when the lights officially went out in Dillon, Texas. The best marriage ever depicted on TV (brilliantly played by Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton) ended, fittingly, with the best series finale in recent memory.

The Year In Television

“Friday Night Lights” (DirecTV, NBC): Talk about saving the best for last. This Texas high school football drama that was really a show about relationships, at home and at school, tied up its five seasons with a finale full of conflict and heart, not to mention a religious experience of an East Dillon Lions championship game. Not only did Coach Eric Taylor (Emmy winner Kyle Chandler) and his wife, Tami (Connie Britton), show America how to keep a marriage working, but head writer Jason Katims showed Hollywood how to deliver one heck of a series ender.

Happy New Year!!!

From everyone at Kyle Chandler Central, Happy 2012 to all!!!!!!