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  • 24Emmy
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    What did you learn from today’s nominations?

     

    * The Emmys are insanely unpredictable and that’s why they’re the best. Cool surprises and shocking snubs (like them or not it’s fun to see).

    * Don’t expect or predict any major nominations for a CW show. Roll your eyes if someone says there’s a shot.

    * If mega hit Empire can’t make Best Drama Series in an extended field it might be safe to say RIP broadcast drama as far as the Emmys are concerned.

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    If only there was another Lost out there somewhere.

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    Anonymous
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    Stop trying to make 4 Good Wife Guest Actor noms happen. It’s not going to happen.

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    Icky
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    * If mega hit Empire can’t make Best Drama Series in an extended field it might be safe to say RIP broadcast drama as far as the Emmys are concerned.

    That’s extreme. So for the rest of broadcast television exsistence they won’t ever get into drama series? Empire is a unique case. It’s a show voters typically wouldn’t touch with a ten foot pole. But its popularity and the media push made it a possibility. It’s not evidence of voters resisting broadcast drama. The onyl reason it got the buzz and nods that it got was because it’s broad(cast) popularity.

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    24Emmy
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    [quote=”24Emmy”]

    * If mega hit Empire can’t make Best Drama Series in an extended field it might be safe to say RIP broadcast drama as far as the Emmys are concerned.

    That’s extreme. So for the rest of broadcast television exsistence they won’t ever get into drama series? Empire is a unique case. It’s a show voters typically wouldn’t touch with a ten foot pole. But it’s popularity and the media push made it a possibility. It’s not evidence of voters resisting broadcast drama. 
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    It’s not really extreme when most on here were saying the same thing last year when The Good Wife was snubbed.

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    Icky
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    It’s just silly to say broadcast television is done in drama series. Who knows what will come along and what TV will look like in two or ten or fifteen years from now. There hasn’t been a popular, Emmy friendly, acclaimed drama on network TV in years. But that can change real quick. 

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    Malick
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    Keri Russell and
    Matthew Rhys will never be recognized for their tremendous work on The
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    For whatever reason, Peter Dinklage is the only male actor from Game of Thrones who the television academy will recognize.

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    TomHardys
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    NEVER. COUNT. OUT. CANADIAN. LEGEND. TATIANA. MASLANY.

    Doggy DoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggyDoggy

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    The Americans is the drama series version of Community. It got a writing nomination, but I think that’s the highest it can climb.

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    Never predict Naya Rivera for the Emmys. She’s too cool for this shitty award. That’s probably IT.

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    I was wary of Empire until the critics awards showered it with noms. 

    The most recently debuting broadcast dramas to get into Series are: 2009 Good Wife (CBS), 2006 Heroes (NBC), and 2005 Grey’s Anatomy (ABC). Out after 2, 1, and 2 noms. Small list.
    [FNL wasn’t nominated till its run was first-aired on cable.]

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    AviChristiaans
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    1. When users request for certain performers to be added to the prediction centre, please add them.  I have asked numerous times for Niecy Nash and Alex Borstein (from Getting On) to be added to Supporting Actress Comedy. With private messages and on forum posts. But to no avail. NOT COOL. . The majority of The Good Wife and Empire was added. even shows that are nowhere today have multiple people in the prediction centre.

    2. Claire Danes aint going nowhere! She aint Marguilles. Best Actress on Television right now.

    3. Resurgence and a return is possible at the Emmys. Homeland being the prime example. Series, Directing

    4. Emmy voters can snub whoever they want. They don’t give a damn. Jim Parsons? WOW. Mandy Patinkin. Ouch! Maggie Smith? Ooo lala!

     

     

     

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    BenitoDelicias
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    I was wary of Empire until the critics awards showered it with noms. 

    The most recently debuting broadcast dramas to get into Series are: 2009 Good Wife (CBS), 2006 Heroes (NBC), and 2005 Grey’s Anatomy (ABC). Out after 2, 1, and 2 noms. Small list.
    [FNL wasn’t nominated till its run was first-aired on cable.]

    Greys Anatomy got in for season 2. Season 1 was midseason and Sandra Oh and Directing were its only top nominations.  

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    AMG
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    Never predict Naya Rivera for the Emmys. She’s too cool for this shitty award. That’s probably IT.

    Yay you’re back!

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    AMG
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    I’ve learnt that you are a fool if you think you can completely guess the Emmys. A FOOL I tell you!

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