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    The Artist Formerly Known as Xander Cassel
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    Current predictions, after watching When They See Us 

    LIMITED SERIES

    1. Chernobyl 
    2. When They See Us 
    3. Fosse/Verdon
    4. The Act
    5. Sharp Objects 

    MOVIE

    1. Deadwood 
    2. Bandersnatch 
    3. King Lear 
    4. Native Son
    5. Brexit 

    ACTRESS

    1. Michelle Williams, Fosse/Verdon
    2. Niecy Nash, When They See Us 
    3. Patricia Arquette, Escape at Dannemora 
    4. Joey King, The Act
    5. Amy Adams, Sharp Objects 
    6. Marisa Tomei, Live in Front of a Studio Audience 

    ACTOR

    1. Ian McShane, Deadwood 
    2. Sam Rockwell, Fosse/Verdon 
    3. Jared Harris, Chernobyl 
    4. Jharrel Jerome, When They See Us 
    5. Anthony Hopkins, King Lear
    6. Mahershala Ali, True Detective 

    SUPPORTING ACTRESS 

    1. Emily Watson, Chernobyl 
    2. Patricia Clarkson, Sharp Objects 
    3. Patricia Arquette, The Act
    4. Emma Thompson, King Lear 
    5. Sissy Spacek, Castle Rock
    6. Marla Gibbs, Live in Front of a Studio Audience 

    SUPPORTING ACTOR 

    1. Michael Kenneth Williams, When They See Us 
    2. Stellan Skarsgard, Chernobyl 
    3. Ben Whishaw,  A Very English Scandal 
    4. Norbert Leo Butz, Fosse/Verdon 
    5. John Leguizamo, When They See Us 
    6. John Goodman, Black Earth Rising

    DIRECTION

    1. Chernobyl 
    2. Deadwood 
    3. Sharp Objects 
    4. When They See Us 
    5. Escape at Dannemora 
    6. The Act

    WRITING

    1. When They See Us
    2. Bandersnatch 
    3. Chernobyl 
    4. Sharp Objects 
    5. Deadwood
    6. The Act

     

    Mukund
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    Why so less confidence in Dannemora?

    The Artist Formerly Known as Xander Cassel
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    Why so less confidence in Dannemora?

    Buzzier competition with better reviews, mostly. Plus a bit of “it’s on Showtime”.

    Dannemora premiered forever ago, and I don’t really recall it making much of a cultural splash the way that The Act and Chernobyl have. It isn’t telling an important story the way When They See Us and Chernobyl do. It isn’t an HBO murder mystery from the “Big Little Lies” guy, like Sharp Objects is, or a splashy showbiz drama from FX, backed by Lin Manuel Miranda, like Fosse/Verdon is.

    I can see Arquette pulling a Regina King, maybe, but ultimately I think Dannemora is gonna be snubbed.

    (And yes, I know Fosse/Verdon didn’t get stellar reviews either, but you know what it does have? A network that can get nominated for more than Lead Actor in a Comedy Series)

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    Showtime is not as tested in Limited as FX but they did manage to get Patrick Melrose nominated despite its horrendous ratings. I am actually quite intrigued to see how FX will fare once we take Murphy/anthology aspect out of the equation.

    Dannemora could get snubbed but Sharp Objects being nominated over it would further establish HBO’s cloud within the TV Academy after seeing how both have performed at the guilds on equal footing.

     

     

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    Escape at Dannemora is not getting snubbed, and neither is Sharp Objects IMO. Both of them did well at the precursors – Dannemora won much more than Sharp Objects – and they both hit the zeitgeist (one more than the other) when they came out. Plus, they’ve at least had time to build up some momentum, whereas as these late-breakers have to rely on current buzz, which I only see helping Chernobyl and When They See Us.

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    Last year, the Limited Series category must have been surprising to many users:

    1. Assassination of Gianni Versace – 2031

    2. Twin Peaks – 1849

    3. Godless – 1572

    4. The Looming Tower – 1524

    5. Howards End – 1019

    6. Top of the Lake: China Girl – 607

    7. The Sinner – 328

    8. American Vandal – 319

    9. American Horror Story: Cult – 196

    10. Patrick Melrose – 213

    Of the 10 most voted by the users, only Versace, Godless and Patrick Melrose were nominated. The Alienist was predicted by only 127 users, and Genius Picasso by 138 users.

    But I doubt that such a surprise will be repeated that year.

    Madson Melo
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    So, Michelle Williams is the new frontrunner?

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    So, Michelle Williams is the new frontrunner?

    In my mind its a three way race between Her, Adams, and Arquette. Lot of people are counting adams out, but I feel like she still has a chance. I haven’t decided who I think is gonna win yet.

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    When They See Us has been the most watched series on Netflix US everyday since its premiere. It has the popularity to rival Chernobyl.

    FYC: Carice van Houten, ‘Instinct’, Best Actress

    leothescorpio
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    I see a couple of Emmy winners.

    The Artist Formerly Known as Xander Cassel
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    Does anybody else think Hill House could pull a Twin Peaks and get nominated in Direction and Writing, but nothing else?

    leothescorpio
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    Ugh. I took The Act out of my fifth spot for Hill House. That’s 70% bias and 30% because they submitted perfectly and could get into writing and directing.

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    Does anybody else think Hill House could pull a Twin Peaks and get nominated in Direction and Writing, but nothing else?

    I mean Limited series is so competitive this year that I don’t see how it gets in. Is Netflix even campaining for it?

    I currently don’t even have Fosse/Verdon in my top 5, so sadly I don’t have a room for THOHH.

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