Let’s peek inside Fox Television’s FYC box shipped to Emmy voters

TV programs hunting for Emmy Awards get an extra boost if they’re produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television. In addition to having their episodes shipped to Emmy voters via DVDs sent by the networks, the programs also get showcased in a separate campaign box that was recently sent by Fox’s production studio.

Inside that Fox box for voters are episodes of 10 shows: “The Americans,” “Homeland,” “This Is Us,” “Modern Family,” “Empire,” “Speechless,” “The Mick,” “Shots Fired,” “Feud: Bette and Joan” and “American Horror Story: Roanoke.” More episodes are available to stream on line if voters follow the instructions on a card that cites a URL plus username and password.

Here are the episodes included on each DVD.

“The Americans” – “Amber Waves,” “Pets”

“American Horror Story: Roanoke” – “Chapter 5,” “Chapter 6”

“Empire” – “Light in Darkness,” “Sound and Fury”

“Homeland” – “R for “Romeo,” “America First”

“Feud” – “Pilot,” “And the Winner Is (The Oscars of 1963)”

“Speechless” – “P-I—Pilot,” “R-A-Y-C—Ray-Cation”

“Modern Family” – “The Alliances,” “Five Minutes”

“The Mick” – “Pilot,” “Grandparents”

“Shots Fired” – “Hour One,” “Hour Six”

“This Is Us” – “Pilot,” “Memphis”





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