2017 Critics Choice TV Nominations (aka, what the F is 'FLEABAG'?????????????)

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  • Guest2014
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    Note to the person who removed this article. You have no right to do so, and maybe your efforts should be concentrated on getting rid of the hacker known as shouzheng0208z who’s polluting the movie forum. Every time you remove this post, I will re-post it. The only way to stop that from happening is if you BAN ME. I will not have my free speech rights restricted by a Fleabag fan.

    Seriously, what the f*** is Fleabag, and why is it taking away nominations from far better and far more watched shows like The Good Place? Is its audience in the dozens or what?

    FLEABAG? SERIO-FVCKING-USLY?

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    Rich Landry
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    This post should be removed as there is already a whole thread devoted to the nominees. You should go post there.

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    lol wtf is going on

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    Guest2014
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    No, because demonhog’s is only a general critique of the Satellites vs. the Critics Choice, with no nominee listing like mine.

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    forwardswill
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    Seriously, what the f*** is Fleabag, and why is it taking away nominations from far better and far more watched shows like The Good Place? Is its audience in the dozens or what?

    I don’t watch Fleabag either yet but this is ridiculous. How can you possibly know if ‘The Good Place’ is far better if you didn’t even know what Fleabag was. Also, how viewed something is shouldn’t be a factor at all, or we’d have a drama series set of nominees solely from NCIS and Empire.

    FYC: The Crown, Fleabag and AHS: Roanoke for Gold Derby TV Awards

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    Rich Landry
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    No, because demonhog’s is only a general critique of the Satellites vs. the Critics Choice, with no nominee listing like mine.

    http://www.goldderby.com/forum/television/critics-choice-awards-2016-predictions-tv/

    Here is a link with the nominees and the reactions. There is also a Fleabag thread as well. It is a very deserving nominee if you watched the show.

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