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  • Trent
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    Are there any shows that have been on the air for a few seasons already that you guys think may break through at the Emmy’s this year after being overlooked? This doesn’t happen often, but I think this may be the year for Parks and Recreation and Parenthood. Are there any new shows that you are hoping will break through this year? The only one I can see is Raising Hope.

     

    How about some shows that have been popular in the past that you think will die off in nominations this year? I think this will be the case for Glee and Two and a Half Men (which never got many nominations to begin with).

     

    What are your thoughts?

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    Robert William McCormack
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    I think both Parks and Recreation and Community are poised to break through. I think the former will be the big

    winner, nabbing nods in Series and Lead Actress, while Joel McHale seems in a good spot to get a Lead Actor

    nod.

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    Ryan_Fernand
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    True Blood never got many nominations but it did get a Drama Series nomination last year and I think it will struggle to get nominations this year (The Walking Dead will steal nominations from it in the tech categories).  I also don’t think True Blood will be returning to the Best Drama Series category for the rest of its run.

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    Conrado
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    If we still had the tape system for nominations, I would be almost certain Glee wouldn’t make the cut this year. With the new popular ballot, I think it can sneak in. But I certainly wouldn’t be surprised if it is shut-off except for a couple of nominations like directing, guest acting and Jane Lynch

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    Spenser Davis
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    You know, I’m actually predicting that both Amy Poehler and Rob Lowe will receive nominations this year, so you’d think that I’d also be predicting a Series nomination. But at the moment, nope.

     

    I’m predicting Raising Hope, because even if it is a longshot, it is freakin’ hilarious. It is a comedy that FOX should be proud of. Greg Garcia deserves a nomination for the pilot episode at the very least.

     

    At the moment, I’m predicting a Big Bang Theory nomination over Parks & Recreation. Why? I don’t know. Like I said, both Poehler and Lowe have my predictions. I just can’t bring myself to predict the series itself. That might change in a day or so, but for now, I’m going with the CBS former getting a nod.

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    iskolar
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    Parks and Recreation, Community, and Justified can break in its actors to get nominated, and Parks can even get in for Series.

     

    Hot in Cleveland is one of the nine shows with a real chance to get nominated for Comedy Series.

     

    What’s sad is I can’t even mention Cougar Town even though it deserves too.

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    Spenser Davis
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    I hope you are wrong about Hot in Cleveland. The cast bores me, and it’s been a while since a series has made me not laugh this consistently.

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