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  • Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    Same for the supporting gays in AHS.

    I can’t believe they’re still submitting Jackson for this show

    Blanche
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    American Horror Story did not submit Angela Bassett, Jon Jon Briones, Taissa Farmiga or Gabourey Sidibe. Good to see them draw the line somewhere.

    Is Frances Conroy in for supporting?

    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    Is Frances Conroy in for supporting?

    Yep, along with Bates, Grossman, Lourd, Porter & Roberts

    Gabarnes43
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    Full Predictions:

    Comedy Series:

    1. The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    2. Veep
    3. Barry
    4. GLOW
    5. The Good Place
    6. The Kominsky Method
    7. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    Russian Doll, Blackish, The Big Bang Theory

    Lead Actor in a Comedy:

    1. Michael Douglas- The Kominsky Method
    2. Jim Parsons- The Big Bang Theory
    3. Ted Danson- The Good Place
    4. Bill Hader- Barry
    5. Anthony Anderson- Blackish
    6. Jim Carrey- Kidding

    Don Cheadle- Black Monday, William H Mary- Shameless, Ricky Gervais- After Life

    Lead Actress in a Comedy:

    1. Julia Louis Dreyfus- Veep
    2. Rachel Brosnahan- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    3. Natasha Lyonne- Russian Doll
    4. Lily Tomlin- Grace and Frankie
    5. Allison Janney- Mom
    6. Phoebe Waller Bridge- Fleabag

    Alison Brie- GLOW, Kristen Bell- The Good Place, Jane Fonda- Grace and Frankie, Pamela Adlon- Better Things, Issa Rae- Insecure, Tracee Ellis Ross- Blackish

    Supporting Actor in a Comedy:

    1. Alan Arkin- The Kominsky Method
    2. Tituss Burgess- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    3. Tony Shalhoub- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    4. Tony Hale- Veep
    5. Henry Winkler- Barry
    6. Kenan Thompson- SNL

    Matt Walsh- Veep, Timothy Simmons- Veep, Alec Baldwin- SNL

    Supporting Actress in a Comedy:

    1. Olivia Colman- Fleabag
    2. Alex Borstein- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    3. Betty Gilpin- GLOW
    4. Anna Chlumsky- Veep
    5. Kate McKinnon- SNL
    6. Laurie Metcalf- The Conners
    7. D’Arcy Carden- The Good Place

    Mayim Bialik- The Big Bang Theory, Marin Hinkle- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Aidy Bryant- SNL, Leslie Jones- SNL

    Guest Actor in a Comedy:

    1. John Mulaney- SNL
    2. Bob Newhart- The Big Bang Theory
    3. Danny DeVito- The Kominsky Method
    4. Lin Manuel Miranda- Brooklyn Nine Nine
    5. David Schwimmer- Will and Grace
    6. Johnny Galecki- The Conners

    Luke Kirby- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Peter MacNicol- Veep, Matt Damon- SNL, Adam Sandler- SNL, Elliott Gould- The Kominsky Method

    Guest Actress in a Comedy:

    1. Christine Baranski- The Big Bang Theory
    2. Maya Rudolph- The Good Place
    3. Jane Lynch- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    4. Molly Shannon- Will and Grace
    5. Emma Thompson- SNL
    6. Wanda Sykes- Blackish

    Awkwafina- SNL, Rachel Brosnahan- SNL, Ann Margret- The Kominsky Method, Connie Britton- SMILF

    Directing in a Comedy:

    1. The Big Bang Theory
    2. Veep
    3. The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    4. Veep
    5. Barry
    6. The Good Place

    The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Barry, GLOW, Better Things

    Writing in a Comedy:

    1. The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    2. Veep
    3. Veep
    4. Barry
    5. Fleabag
    6. Catastrophe

    The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, The Good Place, The Kominsky Method, Barry, The Big Bang Theory

    FYC Emmys 2019
    Killing Eve- All Categories Nominated ‘Sandra Oh for the win’

    Fleabag for Series, lead actress and Supporting Actress ‘Colman’

    Amy Adams and Hugh Grant

    FYC OSCARS 2020- ‘Little Women’ ‘Downton Abbey’ ‘Saoirse Ronan’ ‘Maggie Smith’ ‘Emma Thompson’ ‘Late Night’

    Gabarnes43
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    Drama Series:

    1. Game Of Thrones
    2. Killing Eve
    3. Better Call Saul
    4. Ozark
    5. This is Us
    6. Succession
    7. Bodyguard

    Homecoming, Pose

    Lead Actress in a Drama:

    1. Sandra Oh- Killing Eve
    2. Emilia Clarke- Game of Thrones
    3. Jodie Comer- Killing Eve
    4. Laura Linney- Ozark
    5. Julia Roberts- Homecoming
    6. Christine Baranski- The Good Fight

    Robin Wright- House Of Cards, Viola Davis- HTGAWM, Mandy Moore- This is Us

    Lead Actor in a Drama:

    1. Richard Madden- Bodyguard
    2. Jason Bateman- Ozark
    3. Bob Odenkirk- Better Call Saul
    4. Sterling K Brown- This is Us
    5. Kit Harrington- Game of Thrones
    6. Billy Porter- Pose

    Milo Ventimiglia- This is Us, Brian Cox- Succession, John Krasinski- Jack Ryan

    Supporting Actress in a Drama:

    1. Julia Garner- Ozark
    2. Keeley Hawes- Bodyguard
    3. Maisie Williams- Game of Thrones
    4. Lena Headey- Game of Thrones
    5. Fiona Shaw- Killing Eve
    6. Sophie Turner- Game of Thrones

    Rhea Seehorn- Better Call Saul, Susan Kelechi Watson- This is Us, Chrissy Metz- This is Us, Kathy Bates- AHS: Apocalypse

    Supporting Actor in a Drama:

    1. Peter Dinklage- Game of Thrones
    2. Nikolaj Coster Waldau- Game of Thrones
    3. Jonathan Banks- Better Call Saul
    4. Kieran Culkin- Succession
    5. Bobby Cannavale- Homecoming
    6. Peter Mullan- Ozark

    Michael Kelly- House Of Cards, Justin Hartley- This is Us, Shea Whigham- Homecoming

    Guest Actress in a Drama:

    1. Jessica Lange- AHS: Apocalypse
    2. Cherry Jones- The Handmaid’s Tale
    3. Cicely Tyson- How to Get Away with Murder
    4. Hong Chau- Homecoming
    5. Phylicia Rashad- This is Us
    6. Laverne Cox- Orange is the New Black

    Michelle Yeoh- Star Trek: Discovery, Angela Bassett- AHS: Apocalypse, Sandra Bernhard- Pose

    Guest Actor in a Drama:

    1. Michael McKean- Better Call Saul
    2. Bradley Whitford- The Handmaid’s Tale
    3. Ron Cephas Jones- This is Us
    4. James Cromwell- Succession
    5. Christopher Meloni- Pose
    6. Jeremy Allen White- Homecoming

    Writing in a Drama:

    1. Killing Eve
    2. Succession
    3. Bodyguard
    4. Better Call Saul
    5. Game Of Thrones
    6. Ozark

    Better Call Saul, Pose, The Handmaid’s Tale, Game Of Thrones, Homecoming

    Directing in a Drama:

    1. Bodyguard
    2. Game Of Thrones
    3. Ozark
    4. Game of Thrones
    5. Succession
    6. Game of Thrones

    FYC Emmys 2019
    Killing Eve- All Categories Nominated ‘Sandra Oh for the win’

    Fleabag for Series, lead actress and Supporting Actress ‘Colman’

    Amy Adams and Hugh Grant

    FYC OSCARS 2020- ‘Little Women’ ‘Downton Abbey’ ‘Saoirse Ronan’ ‘Maggie Smith’ ‘Emma Thompson’ ‘Late Night’

    Pulp
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    Can someone remind me how voting works for the emmys, do voters only get to vote for their branch and program categories?

    kellis
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    Can someone remind me how voting works for the emmys, do voters only get to vote for their branch and program categories?

    The branches vote for their own while everyone votes for overall Series. I thought I read once that the actors have to choose what categories (like 3/4 or something) they want to vote for but I can’t find that now, so I guess not.

    “No user starts this shady” - someone culturally relevant.

    Pulp
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    The branches vote for their own while everyone votes for overall Series. I thought I read once that the actors have to choose what categories (like 3/4 or something) they want to vote for but I can’t find that now, so I guess not.

    Thanks, and that’s the same in both the nomination round and final voting for winners right?

    Riley
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    Can someone remind me how voting works for the emmys, do voters only get to vote for their branch and program categories?

    That is essentially how it works for nominations and winners, but some branches get additional categories, like the casting awards are voted on by directors and producers in addition to casting directors, hence the casting categories are such a good barometer of overall support. The full list is at the very end of the rules.

    Chris Beachum
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    agorretta
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    More categories…

    https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/emmys-2019-category-submissions-comedy-central-paramount-network-tv-land/

    I just caught up with The Other Two and definitely like it a lot. But why did they put Wanda Sykes and Richard Kind in supporting?? They’re definitely eligible for guest; IMDb has them both credited in 4/10 episodes.

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    Riley
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    Yaaas, Comedy Central finally submitted performances from the Broad City online tie-in in addition to the program itself! Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson are finally going to become Emmy nominees for acting and they could even win, given all of the goodwill that they have accumulated over the years. They could easily be name-checked, whereas people in actual short-form series require voters to have seen their new, obscure shows. Also, Broad City finally entered a guest-eligible series regular in guest with Hannibal Buress! Did they hire a new awards strategist or something? Susie Essman is someone that I have been keeping around the twelfth position for guest actress. Rachel Dratch was more deserving this year, but she was never happening.

    The Daily Show submitting comedy guest actors is very interesting and perhaps the first of a new wave of submissions.

    zkrons
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    Yaaas, Comedy Central finally submitted performances from the Broad City online tie-in in addition to the program itself! Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson are finally going to become Emmy nominees for acting and they could even win, given all of the goodwill that they have accumulated over the years. They could easily be name-checked, whereas people in actual short-form series require voters to have seen their new, obscure shows. Also, Broad City finally entered a guest-eligible series regular in guest with Hannibal Buress! Did they hire a new awards strategist or something? Susie Essman is someone that I have been keeping around the twelfth position for guest actress. Rachel Dratch was more deserving this year, but she was never happening.

    The Daily Show submitting comedy guest actors is very interesting and perhaps the first of a new wave of submissions.

    Yeah, what is that about?

    TeaCopo
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    “Everything serves to highlight Zellweger’s gloriously goofy performance. As Anne Montgomery, the actress doesn’t so much chew the scenery as absorb it through every pore. Much like Madeline Stowe in Revenge, Zellweger commands the screen with regal condescension, delivering every line in a breathy, high-pitched murmur — it’s baby talk, weaponized. Whatever drove her to say yes to this bizarre venture (beyond, you know, money), I’m tremendously glad that she did.” – Entertainment Weekly

    “A titan who takes glee in destroying the lives of those unlucky enough to cross her path is not a natural casting for Zellweger, whose recent absence from the screen has deprived audiences of a preternaturally charming performer. From “Chicago” and the “Bridget Jones” films to “Jerry Maguire,” Zellweger’s great gift is depicting the process of overcoming insecurities, which makes her an awkward  fit for a character who appears to have been born without any. Further, her status as a beloved star returning to work would seem to present opportunities to work on shows with loftier aims; for all the noise “What/If” makes about investigating the consequences of decisions, its appeal lies in watching Zellweger fetching a massive golden keychain from a glass vault while ordering a subordinate to get her car ready for a drive. (Let the debate over what is or is not camp end here: Renée Zellweger spitting “Bring the car around” is camp.) Her line readings always land a bit to the left of where an actress more suited to playing the boss might place them — and that makes her endlessly watchable.

    Zellweger so consumes her moments on screen — fueled, not stymied, by having been a bit miscast — that she overwhelms her scene partners and the show’s other storylines.” – Variety

    Renée Zellweger coming for a Emmy nod?

     

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    Adding in several Emmy candidates for limited series/movie categories:

    What/If — Zellweger and Jenner lead; Herthum supporting

    Live in Front — Foxx, Sykes, Harrelson, Tomei in lead; Gibbs supporting (not going to enter the rest)

    Please update your predictions soon as there have been many changes over the past month.

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