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  • Cezar Henrique Lorenzi
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    Hello!
    I know I may seem new to this forum, but I’m not really. I constantly visit to get news about awards seasons, mainly regarding TV and cinema. Although I really enjoy the Academy Awards, my biggest passion is TV shows – and, as a matter of fact, I’ve got my own award, which is in its 3rd year. I don’t really have a lot of time to watch many shows, so I try focusing on the ones that I think won’t turn out to be a waste of time. I also have a clear preference for drama shows, as the only comedy shows I actually followed are Friends and Desperate Housewives (the last one being more of a dramedy, in reality).
    Anyway, I decided to post the nominees of this edition here on the forum. Although I don’t really comment, the topics regarding the series nominated really helped me when it came to deciding which episode would be more appropriate for each nominee – for instance, the discussion of Aaron Paul’s “End Times” vs. “Problem Dog” or Anna Gunn’s “Cornered” vs. “Bullet Points”.
    I’d certainly like to know what you think of the nominees, of the episodes chosen and of the award in general. If you’d like, I can also post the nominations and wins for the previous two years.
    When the season ends, I rewatch all the nominated episodes to determine the winners. Then, I make videos containing clips of the nominees and of the winner. I’ve done this for all editions, but, unfortunately, I haven’t been able to post them due to copyright issues. If I can this year, I’ll certainly post them here. It’s a more exciting way to follow the award.
    I hope you enjoy it! 

    Outstanding TV Show:

    Breaking Bad – Episodes BOX CUTTER; HERMANOS; SALUD; CRAWL SPACE;
    END TIMES; FACE OFF

    Fringe – Episodes THE
    END OF ALL THINGS; EVERYTHING IS IN ITS RIGHT PLACE; THE CONSULTANT; WORLDS
    APART; BRAVE NEW WORLD (PART 1); BRAVE NEW WORLD (PART 2)

    Game of Thrones – Episodes THE NORTH REMEMBERS; GARDEN OF BONES; THE OLD GODS AND THE NEW; A MAN
    WITHOUT HONOR; BLACKWATER; VALAR MORGHULIS

    Homeland – Episodes PILOT; BLIND SPOT; THE GOOD SOLDIER; THE WEEKEND; THE VEST; MARINE ONE

    Mad Men – Episodes SIGNAL 30; FAR AWAY PLACES; LADY LAZARUS;
    THE OTHER WOMAN; COMMISSIONS AND FEES; THE PHANTOM

    The Walking Dead – Episodes WHAT LIES AHEAD; PRETTY MUCH DEAD ALREAD; 18 MILES OUT; JUDGE, JURY,
    EXECUTIONER; BETTER ANGELS; BESIDE THE DYING FIRE

    Outstanding Leading Actress in
    a TV Show:

    Claire Danes, Homeland – Episode THE VEST

    Mireille Enos, The Killing –
    Episode 72 HOURS

    Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men –
    Episode THE OTHER WOMAN

    Ellen Pompeo, Grey’s Anatomy –
    Episode DARK WAS THE NIGHT

    Anna Torv, Fringe – Episodes BRAVE NEW WORLD (PART 1) and BRAVE
    NEW WORLD (PART 2)

     

    Outstanding Leading Actor in a
    TV Show:

    Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad –
    Episode CRAWL SPACE

     Jon Hamm, Mad Men – Episode FAR AWAY PLACES

    Hugh Laurie, House – Episode HOLDING ON

    Damian Lewis, Homeland – Episode MARINE ONE

    Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead – Episode BESIDE THE DYING FIRE

    Outstanding Episode for a TV
    Show:

    CRAWL SPACE – Breaking Bad

    FACE OFF – Breaking Bad

    FAR AWAY PLACES – Mad Men

    THE OTHER WOMAN – Mad Men

    THE WEEKEND – Homeland

    Outstanding Directing for a TV
    Show:

    Adam Bernstein, Breaking Bad –
    Episode BOX CUTTER

    Michael Cuesta, Homeland – Episode THE WEEKEND

    Scott Hornbacher, Mad Men –
    Episode FAR AWAY PLACES

    Neil Marshall, Game of Thrones – Episode BLACKWATER

    Scott Winant, Breaking Bad –
    Episode CRAWL SPACE

     

    Outstanding Writing for a TV
    Show:

    George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones – Episode BLACKWATER

    Meredith Stiehm, Homeland – Episode THE WEEKEND

    Thomas Schnauz and Moira
    Walley-Becket, Breaking Bad – Episode END
    TIMES

    Semi Chellas and Matthew
    Weiner, Mad Men – Episode FAR AWAY PLACES

    Jonathan Igla and Matthew
    Weiner, Mad Men – Episode THE PHANTOM

    Outstanding Supporting Actress
    in a TV Show:

    Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones – Episode VALAR MORGHULIS

    Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad –
    Episode BULLET POINTS

    Lena Headey, Game of Thrones – Episode BLACKWATER

    Christina Hendricks, Mad Men –
    Episode THE OTHER WOMAN

    Sandra Oh, Grey’s Anatomy –
    Episode SUPPORT SYSTEM

     

    Outstanding Supporting Actor
    in a TV Show:

    Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones – Episode BLACKWATER

    Giancarlo Esposito, Breaking
    Bad – Episode HERMANOS

    John Noble, Fringe – Episodes BRAVE NEW WORLD (PART 1) and BRAVE
    NEW WORLD (PART 2)

    Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad –
    Episode END TIMES

    John Slattery, Mad Men –
    Episode FAR AWAY PLACES

     

     

    Outstanding Guest Actress in a
    TV Show:

    Debbie Allen, Grey’s Anatomy –
    Episode LOVE, LOSS AND LEGACY

    Alexis Bledel, Mad Men –
    Episode LADY LAZARUS

    Loretta Devine, Grey’s Anatomy
    – Episode HOPE FOR THE HOPELESS

    January Jones, Mad Men –
    Episode TEA LEAVES

    Kathryn Joosten, Desperate Housewives – Episode YOU TAKE FOR GRANTED

    Outstanding Guest Actor in a
    TV Show:

    Jim Beaver, Supernatural –
    Episode DEATH’S DOOR

    Misha Collins, Supernatural –
    Episode MEET THE NEW BOSS

    Mos Def, Dexter – Episode A HORSE OF A DIFFERENT COLOR

    Jared Harris, Fringe – Episode THE END OF ALL THINGS

    Jared Harris, Mad Men –
    Episode COMMISSIONS AND FEES

     

    Outstanding Cast in a TV Show:

    Desperate Housewives – Season 8

    Game of Thrones – Season
    2

    Grey’s Anatomy – Season 8

    Homeland – Season
    1

    Mad Men – Season 5

     

    Nominations per series:
    Mad Men – 14
    Breaking Bad – 10
    Game of Thrones/Homeland – 7
    Grey’s Anatomy – 5
    Fringe – 4
    Desperate Housewives/Supernatural/The Walking Dead – 2
    Dexter/House/The Killing – 1

     

     

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    Cezar Henrique Lorenzi
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    Hey!
    I’ll be posting the videos as soon as I can. I’ll post the videos first and, then, all the winners in writing.

    Outstanding Guest Actor in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GujtXFPZ_BQ

    Nominees:  

    Jim Beaver, Supernatural – Episode DEATH’S DOOR

    Misha Collins, Supernatural – Episode MEET THE NEW BOSS

    Mos Def, Dexter – Episode A HORSE OF A DIFFERENT COLOR

    Jared Harris, Fringe – Episode THE END OF ALL THINGS

    Jared Harris, Mad Men – Episode COMMISSIONS AND FEES

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    Cezar Henrique Lorenzi
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    Outstanding Guest Actress in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TP1H7S8Qvn8

    Nominees:

    Debbie Allen, Grey’s Anatomy – Episode LOVE, LOSS AND LEGACY

    Alexis Bledel, Mad Men – Episode LADY LAZARUS

    Loretta Devine, Grey’s Anatomy – Episode HOPE FOR THE HOPELESS

    January Jones, Mad Men – Episode TEA LEAVES

    Kathryn Joosten, Desperate Housewives – Episode YOU TAKE FOR GRANTED

     

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    I love you choices but Jared Harris was a supporting actor on MAD MEN, also i’m inspired by your choice of Kathryn Joosten, it was so sad she passed away like Karen who is one of the funniest women and tragic ever to be on TV

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    Cezar Henrique Lorenzi
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    Thanks! I also love your nominees and am definitely looking forward to the winners, specially in the drama categories!
    As to Jared Harris: I define a guest actor as someone who, by episode count, appears in a maximum of 50% of the season. For Mad Men, that would be a limit 6.5 episodes, but 6.5 episodes is actually 7. Harris appeared in 7 episodes. In those cases, the actor can be considered both supporting or guest, but I put him in guest since that was where his best chances were.

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    Outstanding Cast in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG3zwIsm4ak

    Nominees:

    Desperate Housewives – Season 8

    Game of Thrones – Season 2

    Grey’s Anatomy – Season 8

    Homeland – Season 1

    Mad Men – Season 5


    This was the first video I was going to post, but Youtube blocked it due to Homeland copyrights. Therefore, I needed to change Homeland videos and make it sort of unrecognizable.


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    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3Cz9QoNJmc

    Nominees:

    Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones – Episode BLACKWATER

    Giancarlo Esposito, Breaking Bad – Episode HERMANOS

    John Noble, Fringe – Episodes BRAVE NEW WORLD (PART 1) and BRAVE NEW WORLD (PART 2)

    Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad – Episode END TIMES

    John Slattery, Mad Men – Episode FAR AWAY PLACES

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5X4t4HVjcE

    Nominees:

    Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones – Episode VALAR MORGHULIS

    Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad – Episode BULLET POINTS

    Lena Headey, Game of Thrones – Episode BLACKWATER

    Christina Hendricks, Mad Men – Episode THE OTHER WOMAN

    Sandra Oh, Grey’s Anatomy – Episode SUPPORT SYSTEM

     

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    I think these two winning choices are ones I can agree with, I also think these two are your emmy winners.

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    Outstanding Writing in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6O5KUlMIS3o

    Nominees:

    George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones – Episode BLACKWATER

    Meredith Stiehm, Homeland – Episode THE WEEKEND

    Thomas Schnauz and Moira Walley-Becket, Breaking Bad – Episode END TIMES

    Semi Chellas and Matthew Weiner, Mad Men – Episode FAR AWAY PLACES

    Jonathan Igla and Matthew Weiner, Mad Men – Episode THE PHANTOM

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    Outstanding Directing in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFzPpZhsr0o

    Nominees:

    Adam Bernstein, Breaking Bad – Episode BOX CUTTER

    Michael Cuesta, Homeland – Episode THE WEEKEND

    Scott Hornbacher, Mad Men – Episode FAR AWAY PLACES

    Neil Marshall, Game of Thrones – Episode BLACKWATER

    Scott Winant, Breaking Bad – Episode CRAWL SPACE

     

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    Cezar Henrique Lorenzi
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    Outstanding Episode in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=920bluY8oOQ

    Nominees:


    CRAWL SPACE – 
    Breaking Bad

    FACE OFF – Breaking Bad

    FAR AWAY PLACES – Mad Men

    THE OTHER WOMAN – Mad Men

    THE WEEKEND – Homeland

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    Outstanding Leading Actress in a TV Show:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcDbwYuWZbA

    Nominees:
     

    Claire Danes, Homeland – Episode THE VEST

    Mireille Enos, The Killing – Episode 72 HOURS

    Elisabeth Moss, Mad Men – Episode THE OTHER WOMAN

    Ellen Pompeo, Grey’s Anatomy – Episode DARK WAS THE NIGHT

    Anna Torv, Fringe – Episodes BRAVE NEW WORLD (PART 1) and BRAVE NEW WORLD (PART 2)

    I was going to post Outstanding Leading Actor before, but I’ve been having some problems with that video, so I’ll be posting it later on. 

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     Outstanding Leading Actor in a TV Show:
     
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FM0tMEPa4lY

    Nominees:
    Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad – Episode CRAWL SPACE

     Jon Hamm, Mad Men – Episode FAR AWAY PLACES

    Hugh Laurie, House – Episode HOLDING ON

    Damian Lewis, Homeland – Episode MARINE ONE

    Andrew Lincoln, The Walking Dead – Episode BESIDE THE DYING FIRE

    Sorry about the quality, but this video gave me even more problems with copyrights, so I had to post it like this. 

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    Irishmovielover4ever
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    I like your acting winners, and I know we have the same supporting winners but to spoil something for you, we do not have the same lead acting winners, one of my leading is different then yours.

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    Cezar Henrique Lorenzi
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    I thought they’d be the same, just like in Supporting.
    Well, I still think Claire Danes will win in yours and maybe Grammer or Lewis in Leading Actor, but I’m going with Grammer. 

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