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  • Alex Meyer
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    IMDB just released some interesting data about what the most popular Emmy nominees for Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Drama Series are, state by state. To save you all the trouble of having to look up your home state, I’ve done it all for you. Here are the most popular comedy and drama series nominees, state by state:

    Comedy:
    Alabama—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    Alaska—Master Of None
    Arizona—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    Arkansas—Veep
    California—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    Colorado—Black-ish
    Connecticut—Modern Family
    Delaware—Transparent
    Florida—Veep
    Georgia—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    Hawaii—Veep
    Idaho—Veep
    Illinois—Master Of None
    Indiana—Master Of None
    Iowa—Transparent
    Kansas—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    Kentucky—Silicon Valley
    Louisiana—Modern Family
    Maine—Black-ish
    Maryland—Modern Family
    Massachusetts—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    Michigan—Transparent
    Minnesota—Master Of None
    Mississippi—Silicon Valley
    Missouri—Transparent
    Montana—Modern Family
    Nebraska—Transparent
    Nevada—Transparent
    New Hampshire—Black-ish
    New Jersey—Veep
    New Mexico—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    New York—Black-ish
    North Carolina—Veep
    North Dakota—Silicon Valley
    Ohio—Transparent
    Oklahoma—Transparent
    Oregon—Black-ish
    Pennsylvania—Master Of None
    Rhode Island—Master Of None
    South Carolina—Veep
    South Dakota—Transparent
    Tennessee—Master Of None
    Texas—Master Of None
    Utah—Black-ish
    Vermont—Black-ish
    Virginia—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    Washington—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    West Virginia—Modern Family
    Wisconsin—Modern Family
    Wyoming—Silicon Valley

    Total Number Breakdown:
    10—Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    9—Master Of None
    8—Transparent
    7—Veep
    7—Black-ish
    6—Modern Family
    4—Silicon Valley

    Drama:
    Alabama—Mr. Robot
    Alaska—Mr. Robot
    Arizona—House Of Cards
    Arkansas—The Americans
    California—Game Of Thrones
    Colorado—Downton Abbey
    Connecticut—Downton Abbey
    Delaware—The Americans
    Florida—Game Of Thrones
    Georgia—The Americans
    Hawaii—Better Call Saul
    Idaho—House Of Cards
    Illinois—Game Of Thrones
    Indiana—Downton Abbey
    Iowa—The Americans
    Kansas—House Of Cards
    Kentucky—House Of Cards
    Louisiana—Mr. Robot
    Maine—Downton Abbey
    Maryland—Game Of Thrones
    Massachusetts—Homeland
    Michigan—Homeland
    Minnesota—Downton Abbey
    Mississippi—Mr. Robot
    Missouri—Homeland
    Montana—Game Of Thrones
    Nebraska—Game Of Thrones
    Nevada—Better Call Saul
    New Hampshire—Homeland
    New Jersey—Downton Abbey
    New Mexico—House Of Cards
    New York—Downton Abbey
    North Carolina—Game Of Thrones
    North Dakota—Downton Abbey
    Ohio—Mr. Robot
    Oklahoma—Mr. Robot
    Oregon—Game Of Thrones
    Pennsylvania—Homeland
    Rhode Island—Homeland
    South Carolina—Mr. Robot
    South Dakota—Homeland
    Tennessee—House Of Cards
    Texas—The Americans
    Utah—Game Of Thrones
    Vermont—Mr. Robot
    Virginia—Game Of Thrones
    Washington—House Of Cards
    West Virginia—The Americans
    Wisconsin—Game Of Thrones
    Wyoming—The Americans

    Total Number Breakdown:
    12—Game Of Thrones
    8—Mr. Robot
    8—Downton Abbey
    7—House Of Cards
    7—Homeland
    7—The Americans
    2—Better Call Saul

    So, are you pleased or disappointed by your state’s most popular shows?

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    Sam Keys
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    I have never been more disappointed to be from Connecticut.

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    Alex Meyer
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    Which shows were you rooting for?

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    jjjmoss
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    Yes, I’m from a Kimmy state, our taste!

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    Alex Meyer
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    Yes, I’m from a Kimmy state, our taste!

    Which state?

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    GusCruz
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    Transparent is not a comedy. We shouldn’t fall into that trap just because the Emmys do.

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    FrozenBarbie
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    No cigar. This is one Californian who could not get even through the first episode of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. They got me wrong on drama, too, but at least it’s a show I do watch regularly. I wonder where they got this data? IMDB searches?

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    insomniac26
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    I’m from Kentucky and I don’t watch either of our shows.

    I made it through less than a handful of Silicon Valley episodes before deciding it wasn’t for me.

    I never tried House of Cards, but between Spacey’s skin-crawlingly awful accent (a cartoonier Foghorn Leghorn) and his character apparently killing a dog within the opening minutes of episode one, it’s not like the show as bending over backwards to appeal to me.

    For those curious, I was hoping for Veep and either Mr. Robot or Homeland.

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    Riley
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    Texas is the only state that shares my picks, so I will have to move there.

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    Patrick
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    Mr. Robot AND Transparent-wow! I’m pleasantly surprised.

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    Alex Meyer
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    Transparent is not a comedy. We shouldn’t fall into that trap just because the Emmys do.

    IMDB was the one that did the research. They chose to do it the way the Emmys did. So don’t blame me.

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    Alex Meyer
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    Mr. Robot AND Transparent-wow! I’m pleasantly surprised.

    So, which state are you from, Ohio or Oklahoma?

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    jacob121
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    Based on what? Pretty sure that Game of Thrones would be the most popular drama is almost every state.

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    Riley
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    The IMDb page says that it is based on traffic per state as a function of average traffic in the country.

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