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How would they know if voters have watched the submissions or not?

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  • Deniz Sisman
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    I am really pondering this and couldn’t come up with an answer yet. And since there’s no Little Questions topic I’d thought I may ask in here

    I’ve read it somewhere in here ”All voters eligible to vote in a category’s nominating round are now eligible to vote in that category’s final round, so long as they watch the required submitted material online.”

    I know this thing is really important for winning an Emmy since most of us considers this a primary fact when we ponder who is gonna win but how could voters assure they really have watched all of the material ?Or any of it for that matter. Watching a 40-long minute episode shouldn’t be problem but how about AHS, or other miniseries? Do they really want us to believe they watch 13-long series just for to see the performances of Conroy or Bassett? And yet we wouldn’t find an answer for jaw-dropping winners like Wever, Cannavale or Chandler if tape is not the issue.
    Is there a secret code behind each episode/scene or do they answer the questions about the said material after they have watched it? Lol I know it sounds ridiciolus to consider things so complicate but then… How this things really work?

    Thanks.

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    Riley
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    I believe that they merely sign an affidavit to say that they have watched the submissions.

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