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  • montana82
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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    #293529

    I agree it is a mistake but should be interesting. Although I wish we could have seen Cat Deeley win her emmy this year.

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    Riley
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    Choreography is seriously going to mess with all of our scores in the predictions center. Or maybe it is super easy. I have not ever paid much attention to that category.

    Who wants to bet that reality host is never coming back to the main telecast?

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    24Emmy
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    Blah, I guess choreography will be added to the predictions center and we’ll need to discuss the category more.

    Smash won the Emmy last year (not nominated this year).

    This category loves ties a lot.

    Winners:

    • 1955 June Taylor – The Jackie Gleason Show
    • 1956 Tony Charmoli – Your Hit Parade
    • 1959 Hermes Pan – An Evening with Fred Astaire
    • 1970 Norman Maen – This is Tom Jones
    • 1971 Ernest O. Flatt – The Carol Burnett Show
    • 1972 Alan Johnson – Jack Lemmon in ‘S Wonderful, ‘S Marvelous, ‘S Gerswin
    • 1973 Bob Fosse – Singer Presents Liza with a “Z”
    • 1974 Tony Charmoli – Mitzi…A Tribute To the American Housewife
    • 1975 Marge Champion – Queen Of the Stardust Ballroom
    • 1976 Tony Charmoli – Gypsy in My Soul
    • 1977 Ron Field – America Salutes Richard Rodgers: The Sound of His Music
    • 1978 Ron Field – The Sentry Collection Presents Ben Vereen: His Roots
    • 1979 Kevin Carlisle – The 3rd Barry Manilow Special
    • 1980 Alan Johnson – Shirley Maclaine…Every Little Movement
    • 1981 Walter Painter – Lynda Carter’s Celebration
    • 1982 Debbie Allen – Fame
    • 1983 Debbie Allen – Fame
    • 1984 Michael Smuin – A Song For Dead Warriors
    • 1985 Twyla Tharp – Baryshnikov by Tharp With American Ballet Theatre
    • 1986 Walter Painter – Great Performances: Sylvia Fine Kaye’s Musical Comedy Tonight III
    • 1987 Michael Peters, Dee Dee Wood – Liberty Weekend 1986: Closing Ceremonies
    • 1988 Alan Johnson – Irving Berlin’s 100th Birthday Celebration
    • 1989 Walter Painter – Disney/MGM Studios Theme Park Grand Opening
    • 1989 Paula Abdul – The Tracey Ullman Show
    • 1990 Paula Abdul, Dean Barlow, Michael Darrin – The 17th Annual American Music Awards
    • 1991 Debbie Allen – Motown 30: What’s Goin’ On!
    • 1992 Paul Taylor – Paul Taylor’s Speaking in Tongues
    • 1993 Michael Peters – The Jacksons: An American Dream
    • 1994 Linda Talcott – Comedy Hall Of Fame
    • 1995 Ulysses Dove – Two by Dove
    • 1996 Anita Mann, Charonne Mose – 1995 Miss America Pageant
    • 1997 Marguerite Derricks – 3rd Rock from the Sun
    • 1997 Sarah Kawahara – Scott Hamilton: Upside Down
    • 1998 Marguerite Derricks, Peggy Holmes – Fame L.A.
    • 1999 Judith Jamison – A Hymn For Alvin Ailey
    • 1999 Marguerite Derricks – Goodwill Games Opening Celebration
    • 2000 Rob Marshall – Annie
    • 2001 Jim Moore (choreographer)|Jim Moore, George Pinney, Jon Vanderkolff – Blast
    • 2001 Doug Jack, Sarah Kawahara, Kenny Ortega – Opening Ceremony Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games
    • 2002 Debra Brown – 74th Academy Awards
    • 2003 Sandra Bezic, A.C. Ciulla, Christopher Dean, Jamie Isley, Michael Seibert – Smucker’s Stars On Ice
    • 2004 Jason Samuels Smith – 2003 Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon
    • 2005 Christopher Dean – Smucker’s Stars On Ice 2005
    • 2006 Charles Klapow, Kenny Ortega, Bonnie Story – High School Musical
    • 2007 Mia Michaels – So You Think You Can Dance
    • 2007 Wade Robson – So You Think You Can Dance
    • 2007 Rob Marshall, John Deluca – Tony Bennett: An American Classic
    • 2008 Wade Robson – So You Think You Can Dance
    • 2009 Rob Ashford – 81st Annual Academy Awards – Musicals Are Back
    • 2009 Tyce Diorio – So You Think You Can Dance
    • 2010 Mia Michaels – So You Think You Can Dance
    • 2011 Mia Michaels – So You Think You Can Dance
    • 2011 Tabitha and Napoleon D’umo – So You Think You Can Dance
    • 2012 Joshua Bergasse – Smash
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    Alijah Purdy
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    #293532

    Why??? No disrespect to the people that choreograph, but I really don’t feel this is more “important” than reality host. Of all of the categories to move to the main telecast (Guest Acting, Reality Series, etc.), they go with CHOREOGRAPHING????

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    Nick Spake
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    Choreography is in and yet they still won’t present Outstanding Animated Program on the primetime show? I think this link sums up what I think about that.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgjOnVT81qQ

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    Josh Labron
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    One of this year’s producer said that they added it because of Neil Patrick Harris, and there’ll be a routine choreographed by all the nominees. So I do think it’s very possible Reality Host (or a different category) will replace choreography next year

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    #293535

    This category loves ties a lot.

    They’re not actually ties. This category is a juried or area award (I confuse these two terms), so there can be one winner, multiple winners or even no winner at all.

    And this is the reason why it’s risky to have it presented on the main telecast. What if there are two or three winners? It would take more time and they would need to explain the structure of the category to the audience.

    I have no problem with Reality Host being moved off the main show (or even discontinued altogether), but there are other categories that should be presented on the telecast like Animated Program, Reality Program, Variety Special, Children’s Program or even one of the categories that honor non-fiction programming.

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    Marcus Snowden (The Artist Formerly Known as msnowden1)
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    #293536

    Guest Acting should be the category that is moved to the primetime show, not choreography. This is a mistake.

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    Renaton
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    #293537

    Guest Acting shouldn’t be in the telecast either, because there’s enough acting categories as it is. Animated Program or Reality Program or non-fiction really would be better to replace Choreography.

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    Kevin
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    #293538

    I would understand if Probst was inevitably going to win, and get his umpteenth Emmy, but this will hopefully only be temporary.

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    24Emmy
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    #293539

    Guest Acting should be the category that is moved to the primetime show, not choreography. This is a mistake.

    They can’t drop one category to add four unless you wanted them to pick a random guest acting category.

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    #293540

    Since miniseries and movie combined they are one category short of pre 2011 ceremonies. I agree that guest acting should be at the main ceremony, then the debate about its ”major-ness” would end.

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    #293541

    The move is only for one year, and this is b/c of Neil Patrick Harris’s involvement. The dance number with him in it might be cool, so I’m for that aspect of it. Not having the Reality Host category on the main show is disappointing. We might get a different winner than usual this year, and that would have been nice to see in its entirety than versus not seeing it at all or an edited form of it during the Creative Arts Emmys telecast.

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    Josh Labron
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    #293542

    Speaking of Reality Host, do we know what episode’s they’re all submitting? (I know from her Gold Derby interview that Cat Deeley is submitting the Top 8 episode 

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