There won’t be football or concerts at the Rose Bowl this fall, but it looks like grounds and parking lots of the 98-year-old facility will be busier than expected during a global pandemic. Last night the television divisions of the Walt Disney Company
held the second of six FYC screenings in a temporary Drive-In format on the Rose Bowl grounds. Needless to say, it was another twist in an Emmy season that has had more surprises than the appearance of Baby Yoda, er, the Child at the end of the first episode of “The Mandalorian
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” and by that, we mean Baby Yoda, of course
Thursday night’s event was focused on the breakout Disney Plus hit which stunned many observers by landing an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Drama Series.
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