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2017 MTV Television Award Nominations Announced

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    jacob121
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    I really like this revamp of the categories ! Some great choices overall.

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    American Crime Story and American Horror Story were snubbed for Best American Story. Wes Bentley’s nomination for Best Villain is even more random if you have seen the season.

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    That Alison Williams nomination is kind of a big spoiler…smh. Haven’t seen the movie yet.

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    I think it’s weird they’re mixing TV and movies. I’m glad they’re adding TV finally, but I miss categories like Best Movie.

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    Mixing TV and film categories is bizarre. These are just as awful as MTV’s movie awards of the past, so yay for consistency.

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