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  • rstang00
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    Emmy FYC Events are starting to pile up! And since I’m the swellest editor around, I’m going to keep Derbyland as “in the know” on these just as much as we are. I’ll (try) keep an updated list for you all in this thread as to what the studios are deciding to give an extra push to, and who is scheduled to appear.

    We’ll try and cover as many as we can through the season. Here goes:

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    (1st of the Emmy season):
    March 17 – Transparent: Anatomy of an Episode in LA

    Emmy Award winners Jill Soloway and Jeffrey Tambor, together
    with members of the Transparent production team, provide an
    unprecedented look at the creative process – from story inception to the final
    cut. Dissecting key scenes from Season Two’s “Man on the Land,” they
    will reveal how they dealt with script revisions, editorial challenges and
    other unforeseen situations as production progressed.

    Moderating the discussion is celebrated Emmy-winning
    television and film producer/writer/director J.J. Abrams.

    Panelists (subject to availability) 
    Jill Soloway – Creator, Executive Producer, Director, Writer
    Jeffrey Tambor – Maura Pfefferman
    Ali Liebegott – Episode Writer
    Jim Frohna – Director of Photography
    Cat Smith – Production Designer 
    Sunny Hodge
     – Episode Editor 
    Zackary Drucker – Co-Producer/Consultant  

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    March 22 – FYC “You Me Her” (AT&T original series) in NYC

    Filmmakers Q&A immediately following the Screening
    Post-Screening Reception immediately following the Q&A

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    March 24 – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend in LA

    Special LIVE performance and Panel

    ALINE BROSH MCKENNA – CO-CREATOR/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

    RACHEL BLOOM – CO-CREATOR/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER (REBECCA
    BUNCH
    )

    VINCENT RODRIGUEZ III (JOSH CHAN)

    DONNA LYNNE CHAMPLIN (PAULA PROCTOR)

    PETE GARDNER (DARRYL WHITEFEATHER)
    ADAM SCHLESINGER – EXECUTIVE MUSIC PRODUCER

    MODERATED BY PATTON OSWALT

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    April 4 – American Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson in LA

    An Exclusive
    advanced screening of the final episode

    FOLLOWED BY A CONVERSATION WITH 

    EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

    RYAN MURPHY • NINA JACOBSON • BRAD SIMPSON

    SCOTT ALEXANDER • LARRY KARASZEWSKI

    CO-EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

    ANTHONY HEMINGWAY

    AND STARS

     

    JOHN TRAVOLTA • SARAH PAULSON • CUBA GOODING JR.

    COURTNEY B. VANCE • STERLING K. BROWN

    NATHAN LANE • CONNIE BRITTON

    MODERATED BY JEFFREY TOOBIN

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    April 5 – “From Scotland to Paris: The Season Two Journey of Outlander” in NYC

    Outlander moves from the Scottish Highlands to
    the French Court of Louis XV.  You’re invited to a behind-the-scenes event
    as cast and crew discuss the thrill of creating the magnificent world of 18th
    century Paris and Versailles, including the meticulous work of the costume and
    set departments. 

    In addition, Emmy Award-winning composer, Bear McCreary, will perform his new
    theme for this second season adventure.

     

    Panelists 
    Ronald D. Moore, Showrunner, Writer and Executive Producer
    Maril Davis, Executive Producer
    Terry Dresbach, Costume Designer
    Jon Gary Steele, Production Designer
    Caitriona Balfe, Claire Randall Fraser
    Sam Heughan, Jamie Fraser
    Tobias Menzies, Frank Randall/Jack Randall
                          
    Moderated by: CBS news correspondent Michelle Miller

     

     

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    Courtney
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    Do you know if people can get tickets to these events?

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    rstang00
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    All but “You Me Her” are TV Academy events only – so not open to the general public.

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    rstang00
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    April 10 – The Contenders: 1 DAY 18 CHANNELS & STUDIOS 35 TELEVISION SHOWS (hosted by Deadline) in LA

    Spend the day with creators, writers and talent
    from many of the best shows on television today.

    FYC FEATURED SHOWS INCLUDE:

    All the Way, Confirmation, Angie Tribeca, Crazy
    Ex-Girlfriend, Jane The Virgin, 
    The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth, Homeland, Blunt Talk,
    Power, Better Call Saul, The Night Manager, Roots, UnREAL, The Carmichael Show,
    Superstore, Game of Silence, American Crime, black-ish, The Man in the High
    Castle, Mozart in the Jungle, Mercy Street, Kingdom, You Me Her, Broad City, 
    Downton Abbey, 11.22.63, Casual, The Path
     and more

     

    All Q&As will be moderated by a member of the Deadline
    team.
     

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    Riley
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    UnREAL shipped out their complete season to Emmy voters two months ago.  You would think that being first would get them something, but all that Manhattan got last year was a main title nomination (and win).  Maybe it can get a production design nomination with the two open slots?  UnREAL got no guild nominations though (and not even any Globe nominations).

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    Rooney Moore
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    Being about showbiz will help UnReal to attract more voters attention but Drama categories are so stable and stacked with old favourites I also don’t see which category it could make an impact. Constance Zimmer?
     
    Costume(Contemporary) and Makeup are the categories that it would stand a stronger chance because those branches are female-driven as is this show.

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    Gem.ini
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    Do you know if people can get tickets to these events?

    Some of them will be live streamed, e.g. Outlander.

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    Riley
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    Mr. Robot seems to be the second DVD (complete season) mailed.  Should we read anything into them not FYC-ing their pilot director?

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    rstang00
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    Sorry, been lagging …

    FYC Events (includes screenings/Q&A/reception) for:
    “Odd Mom Out” Bravo
    “The Mindy Project” Hulu
    “Better Call Saul” AMC
    “Younger” TVLand
    “Underground” WGN
    “Transparent” Amazon (their 2nd one)
    “Modern Family” ABC/Fox
    “Downton Abbey” PBS
    “Fargo” FX
    “Ray Donovan” Showtime
    “Billions” Showtime
    “Mozart in the Jungle” Amazon (moderated by Tom O’Neil)
    “Blunt Talk” Starz
    “The Affair” Showtime 

    What has been sent to Emmy voters? So far I’ve received:
    Unreal – complete season
    Mr. Robot complete season http://www.goldderby.com/news/12215/mr-robot-rami-malek-christian-slater-usa-network-emmy-awards-fyc-13579086.html
    Downton Abbey – complete final season (pictures and blog posting soon)
    Food Network – FYC episodes: ‘Beat Bobby Flay,’ ‘Chopped,’ ‘Cutthroat Kitchen,’ ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,’ ‘Food Network Star,’ ‘Guy & Hunter’s European Vacation’ (pictures and blog this week)
    Hulu – FYC shows: ‘The Path,’ ‘11.22.63,’ ‘Casual,’ ‘Difficult People,’ ‘The Mindy Project’ (pictures and blog this week)

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    rstang00
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    More Emmy voter mailers arrived today:

    The Last Kingdom – complete season, BBC America

    Showtime – FYC Emmy kit: ‘Billions,’ ‘The Affair,’ ‘Ray Donovan,’ ‘Homeland,’ ‘Masters of Sex,’ ‘Penny Dreadful,’ ‘Shameless,’ ‘House of Lies,’ ‘Dice,’ ‘The Circus,’ ‘Dark Net,’ ‘Listen to Marlon,’ ‘Prophet’s Prey,’ ‘The Spymaster: CIA in the Crosshairs,’ ‘Michael Jackson’s Journey from Motown to off the wall’

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    Riley
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    The Hulu DVDs include all episodes of Casual, Difficult People and 11.22.63, as well as the first six episodes of The Path and the first two and last two episodes from The Mindy Project this year.

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    rstang00
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    A peek inside the mailer for DOWNTON ABBEY:

    ‘Downton Abbey’ final season: Emmy Awards FYC campaign mailer sneak peek

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    Riley
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    So Laura Carmichael is lead now and Elizabeth McGovern is supporting? They are not submitting Rob James-Collier and they are entering multiple directors (three actually) for the first time.

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    AviChristiaans
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    Laura Carmichael’s Lady Edith dominated season 6 of Downton Abbey, in both the story arc and a better part of the screen time. The finale episode of Downton Abbey is hers. In supporting actress she was as much a lock as most names being thrown around. Lead Actress is another story though.

    Would be huge if PBS (and Carmichael) pulls this off.

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    Nick
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    Gross

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