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  • Riley
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    I started this thread last night and there were several replies, then it was placed under moderation. Not sure if that is just some technical glitch, but we have a clear dividing point with the 2017 Emmys just wrapped up, plus the first thread is at 500 posts, which means that “newest comment” is not going to link properly for much longer.

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    Will they win again (even if not next year)?

    Handmaid’s Tale – hopefully…maybe

    Elisabeth Moss – likely

    Ann Dowd – maybe

    Alexis Bledel – not likely

    Handmaid’s Tale for Writing – maybe

    Handmaid’s Tale for Directing – leaning towards no

    Sterling K Brown – don’t think so

    Gerald McRaney – don’t think so

    John Lithgow – maybe if he guests?

     

    Veep – probably

    JLD – yes

    Donald Glover – maybe

    Alec Baldwin – maybe in guest

    Melissa McCarthy – leaning towards no

    Kate McKinnon – maybe

    Dave Chappelle – leaning towards no

    Master of None in Writing – possibly, but it seems like it could be too niche to threepeat

    Atlanta in Directing – well, Transparent won twice and then was snubbed in Series, so plausible

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    Riley since it’s under moderation you can still view them right? Would it be too much if I asked you to quote the posts so we can view them? I appreciated some of yours and Teridax’s post.

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    Riley
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    I unfortunately can only see the original post (and it is pink).

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    Stegeo
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    Veep – probably JLD – yes  

    I thought Veep won’t be eligible for next year’s Emmys?

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    These are my quotes I think Hunter-ish liked:

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    I am completely convinced that Black-ish will finally get nominated for Writing next year now that Veep won’t be taking up 2 slots.

    Teridax wrote:
    I have to actually freaking wait until September of 2018, a whole other YEAR before more Better Call Saul?! It feels like its been a year already! AND I have to wait until 2019 for Bob Odenkirk to possibly win an Emmy! I never thought he was the best of the nominees for the past 3 years, with the Emmys thankfully choosing my personal favorites Hamm, Malek, and Brown. But Odenkirk really does deserve to win an Emmy someday for his consistently awesome work on Better Call Saul. “sigh” Here’s to 2019 then.

    I hope that Veep doesn’t premiere until freaking September, but like BCS if they have to take as much time as they need to deliver the best quality stories, then I totally understand and respect that. I wonder who will win over Queen JLD next year? My best bet is on Pamela Adlon “Better Things” who is the auteur of her show the same way that this year’s Comedy Actor winner Donald Glover was the auteur of his. She even could be a serious Directing contender like Glover since she herself directed every episode of Better Things’ 2nd season. If Jean-Marc Vallee and Sausanne Bier can win for doing that kind of thing in Limited, why can’t Pamela Adlon do the same in Comedy?

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    Comedy Series: Atlanta, Arrested Development, black-ish, Curb Your Enthusiasm, GLOW, Maniac, Silicon Valley

    Writing: Alec Berg, David Crane & Jeffrey Klarik, Liz Flahive & Carly Mensch, Donald Glover, Stephen Glover, Patrick Somerville

    Directing: Jamie Babbit, Larry Charles, Cary Joji Fukanaga, Donald Glover, Mike Judge, Jesse Peretz

    Lead Actor: Anthony Anderson, Jason Bateman, Larry David, Donald Glover, Jonah Hill, Jeffrey Tambor

    Lead Actress: Pamela Adlon, Alison Brie, Debra Messing, Issa Rae, Tracee Ellis Ross, Emma Stone

    Supporting Actor: Louie Anderson, Andre Braugher, Ty Burrell, Sean Hayes, Brian Tyree Henry, Marc Maron

    Supporting Actress: Betty Gilpin, Leslie Jones, Judith Light, Kate McKinnon, Megan Mullally, Jessica Walter

    Guest Actor: Alec Baldwin, Sterling K. Brown, Bobby Cannavale, Bryan Cranston, Bill Hader, Justin Theroux

    Guest Actress: Minnie Driver, Tina Fey, Jane Lynch, Melissa McCarthy, Amy Poehler, Wanda Sykes

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    Drama Series: The Crown, Game of Thrones, The Handmaid’s Tale, House of Cards, Stranger Things, This is Us, Westworld

    Writing: David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, Joel Fields & Joe Weisberg, Bruce Miller, Peter Morgan, Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy, David Simon & George Pelecanos

    Directing: The Duffer Brothers, Stephen Daldry, Kate Dennis, Jonathan Nolan, Matt Shakman, Alan Taylor

    Lead Actor: Sterling K. Brown, James Franco, Matthew Rhys, Liev Schreiber, Matt Smith, Kevin Spacey

    Lead Actress: Claire Foy, Tatiana Maslany, Elisabeth Moss, Keri Russell, Evan Rachel Wood, Robin Wright

    Supporting Actor: Bobby Cannavale, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Michael Kelly, Jeffrey Wright

    Supporting Actress: Millie Bobby Brown, Emilia Clarke, Ann Dowd, Lena Headey, Thandie Newton, Samira Wiley

    Guest Actor: Michael C. Hall, Ron Cephas Jones, Frank Langella, Michael McKean, Gerald McRaney, Jimmi Simpson

    Guest Actress: Neve Campbell, Laverne Cox, Diana Rigg, Cicely Tyson, Carice van Houten, Alison Wright

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    Guest Actor: Alec Baldwin, Sterling K. Brown, Bobby Cannavale, Bryan Cranston, Bill Hader, Justin Theroux

    Guest Actress: Minnie Driver, Tina Fey, Jane Lynch, Melissa McCarthy, Amy Poehler, Wanda Sykes

    What shows are these in ?

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    Riley
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    Bryan Cranston is confirmed for Curb Your Enthusiasm, Jane Lynch is confirmed for Will & Grace, Tina Fey and Bill Hader appeared in the summer episodes of Saturday Night Live and I am speculating that Amy Poehler returns as host.

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    Neve Campbell isn’t getting nominated

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    Bryan Cranston is confirmed for Curb Your Enthusiasm, Jane Lynch is confirmed for Will & Grace, Tina Fey and Bill Hader appeared in the summer episodes of Saturday Night Live and I am speculating that Amy Poehler returns as host.

    I doubt Fey will submit for SNL if she hosts. She is very savvy. She could have submitted for UKS but solely submitted for Difficult People instead. She will guest on Great News and I bet she will submit for it since she produces it. Just a hunch.

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    Well, wasn’t she on Kimmy for, like, a minute?

    Supporting Actress should be:
    Yvonne Strahovski
    Alexis Bledel
    Madeline Brewer if she’s still main cast, otherwise Amanda Brugel
    Ann Dowd
    Samira Wiley

    & Sophie Turner

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    Drama Supporting Actress will probably look something like:

    Lena Headey
    Emilia Clarke
    Ann Dowd
    Sophie Turner
    Maisie Williams
    Thandie Newton (Unless Millie Bobby Brown isn’t Guest, then she will take Newton’s spot)

    A ridiculously awesome line-up. 🙂

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    Well, wasn’t she on Kimmy for, like, a minute?

    Ahe was barely on Difficult People as well.

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