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  • LostBoy2003
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    …but am i the only one sick and tired of the academy presenting all the comedy categories at the same time and so on with the other genres.

    I think they are going to lose so many viewers towards the end when all that is left is mini/movie categories.

     

    I wish they would reutrn to the old format and ditch this misconcieved idea.

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    Richard LeBeau
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    Agreed.

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    Morgan Henard
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    I don’t mind it at all. It gives a good structure to the telecast. I know this is a minority point-of-view, but what I find most boring is the repeat-wins in Variety. I know that not every year ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” is number one.  Same with “The Amazing Race.” I sincerely hope that after, say, 10 wins, they withdraw from their respective categories.  Tonight at my Emmys party during those categories, it was “Oh, here comes ‘Amazing Race’ and ‘Jon Stewart.'”  We were elated when “SNL” won Directing.  I guess my point is voters of those specific categories need to very carefully pay attention when voting and ask themselves, “Is ‘Daily Show’ really the best? Again?”  If so, then by all means vote for it.

    –Morgan 

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    Brian Mangun
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    yes, they need to mix it all up. I’m ticked off about this too.

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    I like the format. Instead of backloading the telecast with the top categories — which are often rushed because they’re running long — they’re spread throughout the night. I liked how these Emmys were structured and paced.

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    That Don Guy
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    …but am i the only one sick and tired of the academy presenting all the comedy categories at the same time and so on with the other genres.

    I think they are going to lose so many viewers towards the end when all that is left is mini/movie categories.

    So why not put the movie/miniseries categories before the drama and comedy categories?  Or put the writing and directing categories together?  Don’t you have the same problem?

    Or should every third category be a comedy or drama series acting category?  Wouldn’t that get confusing?

     

     

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    MicheBel
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    Good grief, I hate that separation. Makes it very anticlimactic. Also, all the comedy folks leave when their categories are through. No suspense at all this way.

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