March 28, 2015 at 6:01 pm #344939
There started to be a discussion about Eric Stonestreet returning to the Supporting Actor category after being snubbed two years in a row after he got his shocking SAG nomination? He currently has a 16/1 chance according to GoldDerby’s predictions, but with people saying that there is Modern Family fatigue and Vergara and O’Neil getting snubbed last year does anyone think he could still get in?March 28, 2015 at 6:50 pm #344941
I don’t think so… It could happen, but if the emmys didn’t nominate him when he had the wedding arc I don’t think that they will nominate him now… And the category didn’t get any easier so it’s not like he’s going to have the opportunity to get back in… I must admit that I am a few episodes behind on Modern Family, so he could be showing amazing material that I haven’t seen yet and if that is the case I take back what I said, but he has always been consistant (althought I was never a particular fan…) so I don’t think that that is the case! To sum up, I don’t think he will, but if he would, I would be fine with it… Unless he takes Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s place, who I think has a lot more range as an actor!
(sorry for any mistakes…)
1st place - Emmy Awards Nominations 2016March 28, 2015 at 7:41 pm #344942
No I don’t think so its more packed then last year and he didn’t even get in.March 28, 2015 at 8:42 pm #344943
Maybe, but I doubt it. Stonestreet getting a SAG nom after being snubbed is interesting, but I’m not sure he’ll return. The category is tough, so he will have a hard time.March 28, 2015 at 11:21 pm #344944
Stonestreet has been up for SAG three times now, but has missed at the Emmys twice. Ferguson has never been up for SAG, but has never missed the Emmys. Not sure what is going on there.March 29, 2015 at 12:20 am #344945
Stonestreet has been up for SAG three times now, but has missed at the Emmys twice. Ferguson has never been up for SAG, but has never missed the Emmys. Not sure what is going on there.
Well it looks like a lot of people think he’ll get in, he’s pretty high up in our predictionsMarch 29, 2015 at 12:28 am #344946
No I don’t think he’ll get in, which is a shame cause he is better than Jesse Tyler Ferguson.March 29, 2015 at 7:41 am #344947
I think Modern Family’s nominations will continue to decline this year with possibly another supporting actor falling out (Ferguson). So no, I don’t think Stonestreet will come back into the mix.March 29, 2015 at 8:02 pm #344948
I hope not. The dude is not a nice guy. He’s Marcus Dixon’s enemy #1. After Marcus refused to do an interview with him at PaleyFest recently he got his revenge on Gold Derby very slyly:March 29, 2015 at 10:24 pm #344949
I’m thinking no. Even if this show somehow keeps winning Comedy Series, it’s time for a shakeup in the comedy categories in general so there’s no point in bringing back someone who is established as out of the nominee field, particularly as more and more and more shows and deserving actors enter the mix. There’s too much love to spread, and Ty Burrell is kinda their guy for this show in terms of unconditional consistent support/nominations.March 29, 2015 at 11:29 pm #344950
I believe he can and he will.
As the Television Academy has proven time and again, just because a few new and shiny shows come along, doesn’t mean they will drop everything they love and move on to new shows and performances, just because they are new.
That’s the difference between Television and Film, and their accompanying awards.
Time and again, year after year, people expect certian categories to be totally overhauled. Which is ridiculous, and never happens. Cannot happen.
There will always be returning nominees. Because television is continuous.
The same with Hugh Bonneville, Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire) etc…
I expect a huge number of these new shows being predicted this year to be snubbed. As always.March 30, 2015 at 6:42 am #344951
I think not. The days of four supporting actor nominations for “Modern Family” seem to be behind us. I’m more interested in how many nominations the show continues to keep there, or who will be the last man standing: Ty Burrell or Jesse Tyler Ferguson? If “Veep” increases in its overall voter support, the category might possibly be overrun its actors: Tony Hale, Reid Scott, Kevin Dunn, Gary Cole, Timothy Simons, and Hugh Laurie could all make legitimate claims here. Who else? Adam Driver, Andrew Rannells, Andre Braugher, Simon Helberg, etc. Jay Duplass should really be in the conversation too, along with Daniel Franzese since he has to compete here now instead of guest actor comedy.March 30, 2015 at 12:48 pm #344952
Veep had ample opportunity to impact there last year, so I think that people like Reid Scott, Kevin Dunn and Timothy Simons are done.March 30, 2015 at 12:54 pm #344953
Let’s see what they actually do this season on “Veep” first before declaring that they’re done. That can’t hurt, can it? This is the “anything’s possible” phase of things.