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  • Anonymous
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    I didn’t think Patrick Arquette was very good at all in Get Out of Mannedora, to be honest. I much preferred him in The Thing That Was Done, even if Joe Queen outshone him sometimes.

    Agreed.

    Honeys, if Michelle wins TCA and Fosse/Verdon gets miniseries nod she is absolutely winning.

    Riley
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    Chernobyl: 18 nominations (— last year)
    Series, Writing, Directing, Lead Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Casting, Cinematography, Editing, Editing, Hair, Makeup, Production Design, Prosthetics, Score, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Supporting Effects

    Escape at Dannemora: 11 nominations (— last year)
    Series, Writing, Directing, Lead Actor, Lead Actress, Supporting Actor, Casting, Editing, Music Supervision, Prosthetics, Sound Mixing

    Fosse/Verdon: 10 nominations (— last year)
    Directing, Lead Actor, Lead Actress, Casting, Choreography, Costumes, Hair, Makeup, Music Direction, Shorts

    When They See Us: 9 nominations (— last year)
    Series, Writing, Directing, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Casting, Cinematography, Score

    Deadwood: 8 nominations (+2 last time)
    Movie, Writing, Lead Actor, Supporting Actress, Costumes, Hair, Makeup, Sound Mixing

    A Very English Scandal: 6 nominations (— last year)
    Series, Writing, Directing, Lead Actor, Supporting Actor, Score

    Sharp Objects: 6 nominations (— last year)
    Lead Actress, Supporting Actress, Casting, Editing, Music Supervision, Title Design

    The Hot Zone: 5 nominations (— last year)
    Series, Lead Actress, Score, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing

    Black Mirror: 5 nominations (–3 last year)
    Movie, Editing, Interactive Innovation, Interactive Media, Sound Editing

    The Haunting: 4 nominations (— last year)
    Writing, Production Design, Sound Editing, Title Theme

    Catch-22: 4 nominations (— last year)
    Directing, Supporting Actor, Sound Editing, Supporting Effects

    True Detective: 3 nominations (+2 last time)
    Lead Actor, Makeup, Sound Mixing

    Maniac: 2 nominations (— last year)
    Lead Actress, Production Design

    The Act: 2 nominations (— last year)
    Supporting Actress, Makeup

    The Romanoffs: 2 nominations (— last year)
    Costumes, Hair

    I am the Night: 2 nominations (— last year)
    Hair, Title Design

    Sense8: 1 nomination (= last time)
    Supporting Effects

    Brexit: 1 nomination (— last year)
    Movie

    King Lear: 1 nomination (— last year)
    Movie

    My Dinner with Hervé: 1 nomination (— last year)
    Movie

    Dirty John: 1 nomination (— last year)
    Lead Actress

    The Little Drummer Girl: 1 nomination (— last year)
    Cinematography

    Native Son: 1 nomination (— last year)
    Cinematography

    Good Omens: 1 nomination (— last year)
    Costumes

    Castle Rock: 1 nomination (— last year)
    Score

    Anonymous
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    Honey, A Very Boring Scandal isn’t getting a series nod.

    musterd
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    You have Chernobyl down for Editing twice.

    kellis
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    I didn’t think Patrick Arquette was very good at all in Get Out of Mannedora, to be honest. I much preferred him in The Thing That Was Done, even if Joe Queen outshone him sometimes.

    L O L

    Patrick continues to win for the wrong performances or over better ones. Adam Adams (Kitchen Utensils) or Michael Williams (Mr/Ms) should teach him how it’s done.

    verissimoallan
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    I think the only nomination of True Detective will be for Mahershala Ali and maybe, Directing or Writing.

    Riley
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    Shows that get lead and maybe writing and directing nominations do not usually exist in a vacuum.

    You have Chernobyl down for Editing twice.

    Chernobyl submitted multiple episodes. I also have When They See Us down for supporting actor twice.

    Stegeo
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    Supporting actress would be so easy to predict if Nash had gone supporting and Huffman didn’t have the college scandal. All 3 WTSU ladies would manage to get in I feel and the rest 3 would be Clarkson, Arquette and Watson.

    ospencer
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    Current series prediction :

    1) Chernobyl
    2) When They See Us
    3) Escape At Dannemora
    4) Fosse/Verdon
    5) Sharp Objects
    6) The Act
    7) A Very English Scandal
    8) True Detective
    9) Catch-22

    The easiest category to predict imo

    The Artist Formerly Known as Xander Cassel
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    L O L Patrick continues to win for the wrong performances or over better ones. Adam Adams (Kitchen Utensils) or Michael Williams (Mr/Ms) should teach him how it’s done.

    I think Carl Googy was really good in Oh Shit, There Are Ghosts In Our House, even though the whole show is likely to get ignored.

    Pulp
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    Someone wanna explain to me how Sharp Objects possibly misses limited series? I can’t believe how much some people here are underestimating it.

    Luca
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    Someone wanna explain to me how Sharp Objects possibly misses limited series? I can’t believe how much some people here are underestimating it.

    This. I don’t get it either, at all. I think it’s locked.

    ospencer
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    The top 5 is locked. Nothing is missing.

    Pulp
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    The top 5 is locked. Nothing is missing.

    I think Fosse/Verdon is still vulnerable but the other 4 are absolutely locks.

    musterd
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    Shows that get lead and maybe writing and directing nominations do not usually exist in a vacuum.

    Chernobyl submitted multiple episodes. I also have When They See Us down for supporting actor twice.

    My bad I thought the Editing category would be the same as Writing where you don’t pick an episode but submit the whole series.

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