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  • pulp50
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    I don’t think any show will ever get every nomination in a category again, this has happened a few times.
    Hill Street Blues supporting actor 1982
    Hill Street Blues writing 1983
    Second City Television writing 1983
    Colombo writing 1972
    NYPD Blue writing 1994
    M*A*S*H directing 1975.
    The Cosby Show guest performer 1986
    I’m pretty sure it’s happened a few more times but these are all I know about and I don’t think it’s happened since NYPD Blue
    Others I don’t think will be broken
    Roots 37 nominations in a year
    Most of the Simpsons records like wins for an animated show or most animated program wins/nominations
    Saturday Night Live for total nominations
    The West Wing getting 12 acting nominations in a single year.
    NYPD Blue 27 nomination in its first season will probably not happen again for a freshman series, but I can see it being broken as a record for nominations by a drama series in a single year, maybe even by Game of Thrones soon.

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    CanadianFan
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    If JLD wins 6 (or more) Emmys in the comedy lead actress category for the same role, that record will never be beaten.

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    Entertain-me
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    Ellen Burstyn getting a nomination for an 11-second, 2-line performance in Mrs. Harris.

    Peter Scolari winning an Emmy, despite not getting enough initial votes to get a nomination in the first round. He won as a replacement candidate.

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    jf123
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    Nobody will get more Directing nominations than MASH (26)

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    Tyler The Awesome Guy
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    I do not think any animated show will ever be nominated as many times as The Simpsons for the whole rest of time. The Simpsons is truly a once-in-a-lifetime show.

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    24Emmy
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    I doubt we’ll see another show reach 11 nominations. Cheers, Law & Order, and M*A*S*H will keep that record.

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    jf123
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    Due to how large the casts of comedies are becoming, I don’t think another show will break the record held by The Simpsons and The Golden Girls of having every single main cast member win an Emmy.

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    Madson Melo
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    All in the Family and Will & Grace also share the record for every single main cast member being an Emmy winner

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    NYPD Blue getting all 5/5 writing nominations in Writing for a Drama Series. In today’s day and age, that is just never happening again. Ever.

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    jf123
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    All in the Family and Will & Grace also share the record for every single main cast member being an Emmy winner

    If you want to get technical, Shelley Morrison and Danielle Brisebois were credited as main cast members on Will and Grace and All in the Family respectively and both never won

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    All in the Family and Will & Grace also share the record for every single main cast member being an Emmy winner

    If you want to get technical, Shelley Morrison and Danielle Brisebois were credited as main cast members on Will and Grace and All in the Family respectively and both never won

    No. Bye.

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    jf123
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    No. Bye.

    K.

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    Madson Melo
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    It’s a well known factor that those three were the only shows to have the main cast members as Emmy winners.

    ”Mr. McCormack won his Emmy in 2001. In fact, all four “Will & Grace” leads — the others are Debra Messing (Grace) as well as Mr. Hayes and Ms. Mullally — have won Emmys for their roles. (Only “All in the Family” and “Golden Girls” could say the same.)” Quote from The New York Times.

    Also, the entire cast of Simpsons will basically won the award in a conjoined win when the category was first created, it’s kinda unfair.

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    jf123
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    It’s a well known factor that those three were the only shows to have the main cast members as Emmy winners.

    ”Mr. McCormack won his Emmy in 2001. In fact, all four “Will & Grace” leads — the others are Debra Messing (Grace) as well as Mr. Hayes and Ms. Mullally — have won Emmys for their roles. (Only “All in the Family” and “Golden Girls” could say the same.)” Quote from The New York Times.

    Also, the entire cast of Simpsons will basically won the award in a conjoined win when the category was first created, it’s kinda unfair.

    I was just pointing out that Morrison was credited as a regular and never won

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    pulp50
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    NYPD Blue getting all 5/5 writing nominations in Writing for a Drama Series. In today’s day and age, that is just never happening again. Ever.

    Hill Street Blues went 5/5 in writing too

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