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  • Riley
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    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.

    Only writers who write their whole limited series are eligible to submit their whole series. Chernobyl‘s editors rotated episodes. (But the editing category is also unlike writing in that it does not allow entire series to be submitted, even if the credits are the same across all episodes.)

    sofan
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    I think this is the year when we finally see a tie in the Limited Series category.  Six or more nominees seem plausible to me.

    Anthony 🐜
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    I guess I’m the only one confident in a True Detective surge during nominations.

    And it won’t be a shocker.

    Bebe
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    It’s crazy how good the limited series categories (with emphasis on lead actress are this year, especially after a weak year last year.

    After I watched “Sharp Objects” last summer (which I loved, and counted down every week to watch), I thought Adams and Clarkson were the frontrunners and nothing could top them.

    Then I watched “Escape at Dannemora,” where Arquette’s transformational performance knocked me off my feet. The entire cast was outstanding.

    Then Arquette gave an even better (in my opinion, I’m probably in the minority on that in these forums), a career-best performance in “The Act,” and Joey King went toe-to-toe with her wonderfully.

    Then “Fosse/Verdon” premiered, and Williams as Gwen Verdon was so spectacular. She was Verdon, and so sympathetic in that role.

    I think Arquette should win both lead actress and supporting actress, but I won’t be upset if she doesn’t win one or either of these, given how great her competition is.

    forwardswill
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    Penultimate Predictions

    SERIES
    Chernobyl
    Escape at Dannemora
    Fosse/Verdon
    Sharp Objects
    When They See Us

    MOVIE
    Black Mirror
    Brexit
    Deadwood
    King Lear
    My Dinner with Herve

    ACTOR
    Mahershala Ali
    Benedict Cumberbatch
    Benicio Del Toro
    Jared Harris
    Jharrel Jerome
    Sam Rockwell

    ACTRESS
    Amy Adams
    Patricia Arquette
    Connie Britton
    Juliana Margulies
    Emma Stone
    Michelle Williams

    SUPPORTING ACTOR
    Paul Dano
    Eric Lange
    John Leguizamo
    Stellan Skarsgård
    Ben Whishaw
    Michael Kenneth Williams

    SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    Patricia Arquette
    Patricia Clarkson
    Vera Farmiga
    Marla Gibbs
    Emily Watson
    Robin Weigert

    For Your GoldDerby Decade Awards Consideration:

    Downton Abbey in Series, Supporting Actress and Ensemble. Glee in Supporting Actress, Guest Actor and Guest Actress.

    Claire Foy and Lisa Kudrow in Drama and Comedy Actress respectively.

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    Final Predictions

    Limited Series

    • Chernobyl
    • When They See Us
    • Escape at Dannemora
    • Sharp Objects
    • Fosse/Verdon

    (Alt – A Very English Scandal)

    TV Movie (lmao this category)

    • Deadwood: The Movie
    • Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
    • King Lear
    • Brexit
    • My Dinner with Herve

    Lead Actress (not confident in the bottom two)

    • Michelle Williams – Fosse/Verdon
    • Amy Adams – Sharp Objects
    • Patricia Arquette – Escape at Dannemora
    • Connie Britton – Dirty John
    • Niecy Nash – When They See Us
    • Joey King – The Act

    (Alt – Emma Stone – Maniac, Julianna Margulies – The Hot Zone)

    Lead Actor (legit bloodbath)

    • Jared Harris – Chernobyl
    • Hugh Grant – A Very English Scandal
    • Mahershala Ali – True Detective
    • Sam Rockwell – Fosse/Verdon
    • Benicio Del Toro – Escape at Dannemora
    • Jharrel Jerome – When They See Us (I could really see him missing)

    (Alt – Ian McShane – Deadwood: The Movie)

    Supporting Actress (I want Buckley and Scanlen nominated so bad lol)

    • Patricia Clarkson – Sharp Objects
    • Patricia Arquette – The Act
    • Emily Watson – Chernobyl
    • Vera Farmiga – When They See Us
    • Jesse Buckley – Chernobyl
    • Eliza Scanlen – Sharp Objects

    Supporting Actor (really hope they don’t nominate Clooney for his nothing performance)

    • Ben Whishaw – A Very English Scandal
    • Paul Dano – Escape at Dannemora
    • Stellan Skarsgard – Chernobyl
    • Michael Kenneth Williams – When They See Us
    • Eric Lange – Escape at Dannemora
    • Kyle Chandler – Catch-22
    Luca
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    She’s not getting nominated, but I don’t feel like we talked about her enough. Her portrayal of Olivia Crain was flawless. She’s such an amazing actress – I also loved her on Wayward Pines – I hope she gets her due very soon.

    dosmax
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    I came to the series late, with all the hype from this site raising my expectations above the top shelf. Even with that, HoHH blew me away. It was marvelous. I really wish it had gotten more of an awards push. I’m still holding out hope for directing and/or writing, but I think if Netflix had campaigned it as a limited series all along and really pushed it, the series, Gugino, Jackson-Cohen, and take your pick for supporting actress (I’d go Pedretti) would all have gotten nominations. I hope Gugino works with Flanagan again soon.

    Luca
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    Hill House is honestly one of the best shows I have seen in my (short) life thus far. I went in with zero expectations, I barely even knew what the show is about, but my god was I stunned. I will never forget episodes 5 & 6.

    Rachel
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    I hope we get some surprise nominations for HOHH. I hope the Academy recognizes it. I loved all the actors on the show but Victoria Pedretti in Episode 5 really stood out to me.

    ginnala
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    HoHH deserves to be nominated and win, it was one of the best show in recent years.

    Pulp
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    I’ve really been wanting to re-watch Hill House because it’s so good and I need more time with those performances. What’s stopping me is the million other shows I haven’t watched for the first time yet, and it probably wouldn’t be nearly as good if I go in knowing what happens.

    Literally all of the adult cast is worthy of a nomination.

    boss
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    I am LOVING all this The Haunting of Hill House love! It should just win everything.

    Sam_Malone
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    Hill House – one of the most overpraised show on these forums. Stylish it is – rest is meh. Am I the only one who didn’t think the show made a lot of sense? Where was the horror? Eventually there was none. Hope it will be deservedly shut out come nominations day.

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