June 25, 2019 at 2:27 pm #1202951552
I honestly have no clue, it’s just there are people who say she was truly good in it. I am starting to believe more and more the possible surprise of Scanlen. They have no issue going for young actors in the supporting acting miniseries categories, they’ve shown it in the past when it comes to shows they like. But if it’s not Scanlen, it’s Weigert I guess. There are also long shots like Sissy Spacek and Jean Smart but they’re from shows that feel underwatched especially Dirty John. But maybe Smart could coattail on Britton lmao?
Ejogo was very good and she played a big role in the season as a whole. She would be well deserving to be nominated, but there are a lot of contenders deserving as well so I wouldn’t be shocked to see her nominated or not nominated. Elizabeth Scanlen is better and probably on a more beloved show with the Emmys, so I would say she has a higher chance of getting a nom.
Big fan of Better Call Saul, Sex Education, Barry, BoJack Horseman, and, especially, SurvivorJune 25, 2019 at 2:45 pm #1202951593
HBO also doesn’t appear to be campaigning True Detective to the same extent as Chernobyl and Sharp ObjectsJune 25, 2019 at 3:38 pm #1202951678
I have Arquette, Clarkson, Ejogo, Scanlen, Watson, and Weigert. I really want to take out Ejogo for Farmiga but I’m just not 100% sure yet if that last second release date hurt or helped When They See Us when it comes to acting noms.June 25, 2019 at 6:25 pm #1202951822
Clarkson, Arquette and Watson all seem safe. Farmiga probably is too with When They See Us being at least top 2 for the series race, it’s a show that the actors branch in particular will probably shower with nominations. After that I have Scanlen and Weigert but neither of safe at all. I’m really considering putting in Julia Garner, if she’s really having the break out year she seems to be they could check her off in this category. I definitely don’t think Ejogo is happening, because who cares about True Detective? I also don’t get so many people predicting Field and Thompson. I guess Thompson makes a little sense because she has that Mindy Kaling movie, and years and years but she’s more likely to get a nom for SNL than King Lear. That’s the type of name check they seem to be avoiding more often recently, like Ellen Burstyn and AngelaLansbury last yearJune 26, 2019 at 12:35 am #1202952084
TV Movie category has lost a lot of steam that I doubt voters care about them anymore. Last year’s The Tale was an excellent movie and it has seriously underperformed, Al Pacino failed to receive a nomination for a seemingly no-brainer project. Not to mention that for the past three years the winners are not even actual TV movies. Therefore, I doubt that they will care for King Lear hence Thompson. In order to someone to appreciate Deadwood they must have watched the first three season which I doubt is the case (see Twin Peaks last year). Obviously they will be nominated in TV Movie category, but I’m not predicting any acting/writing/directing nominations for them.June 26, 2019 at 12:39 am #1202952092
I’ve been thinking about taking McShane out of my predictions, the buzz for the deadwood movie seems to have already completely died down. And he was only nominated for 1 of the 3 seasons so it’s not like he’s am emmy favorite. I’m very hesitant to predict Jharell Jerome but I think the actors branch is going to give a lot of support to When They See Us.June 26, 2019 at 6:41 am #1202952331
For Supporting Actress I have: Arquette, Clarkson, Thompson, and Watson. Then I go for the long shots with Chloe Sevigny and Margaret Qualley. Though I do hope at least one of the THOHH actresses can get in.June 26, 2019 at 7:54 am #1202952480
I am starting to wonder about Justin Theroux. Based on the guilds, Maniac was widely seen and he was seen as a highlight. Plus he might have built up enough goodwill over his career at this point that he might be seen more overdue than say Eric Lange, who is also a long-working character actor on the cusp of a nomination for a widely-seen miniseries. Theroux was of course snubbed for The Leftovers, but these are different fields. Compare how Regina King was snubbed in drama supporting and then won in limited lead (or the Treme situation). He must have a solid network, with his random screenplay credits and more recently, his producing of Live in Front of a Studio Audience (which will actually make him an Emmy winner).June 26, 2019 at 8:18 am #1202952499
I refuse to predict Emma Thompson if I’m not predicting Anthony Hopkins. Also because I had her at 100/1 odds and took her out of my predictions so I will be upset if she makes it lolJune 26, 2019 at 8:38 am #1202952511
I neeeeed Scanlen to be nominated. That’ll just be justice.June 26, 2019 at 8:44 am #1202952516
I am starting to wonder about Justin Theroux. Based on the guilds, Maniac was widely seen and he was seen as a highlight. Plus he might have built up enough goodwill over his career at this point that he might be seen more overdue than say Eric Lange, who is also a long-working character actor on the cusp of a nomination for a widely-seen miniseries. Theroux was of course snubbed for The Leftovers, but these are different fields. Compare how Regina King was snubbed in drama supporting and then won in limited lead (or the Treme situation). He must have a solid network, with his random screenplay credits and more recently, his producing of Live in Front of a Studio Audience (which will actually make him an Emmy winner).
What was the Treme situation may I ask?June 26, 2019 at 10:06 am #1202952575
Because she’s Chloe Sevigny or u do think she was good? Cause she barely had material imo, she also was absent in some episodes, she’s not Emmy-worthy.
B/c she is Chloe Sevigny. I am also predicting her for Russian Doll I think. And I have The Act overperforming so she gets in by default but I may swap her with Buckley soon.
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