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  • Pulp
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    I’ve just realised that Phoebe Waller Bridge could get 4 nominations this year

    If God is good

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    ginnala
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    I am starting to think that Davis is way too low in our odds.

    No she is not. She is not happening.

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    No she is not. She is not happening.

    Because being too low in the odds means she’s definitely getting nominated? Funny.

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Now that we are in June, I thought it would be interesting to check which are the 10 candidates most voted by the users in each category, right now: Drama Series 1. Game of Thrones – 1991 2. Kiling Eve – 1871 3. This is Us – 1734 4. Better Call Saul – 1666 5. Ozark – 1617 6. Homecoming – 1293 7. Pose – 833 8. Succession – 831 9. Bodyguard – 674 10. The Good Doctor – 140 Actor 1. Jason Bateman – Ozark – 1808 2. Sterling K. Brown – This is Us – 1789 3. Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul – 1710 4. Richard Madden – Bodyguard – 1629 5. Kit Harington – Game of Thrones – 1322 6. Milo Ventimiglia – This is Us – 1167 7. Billy Porter – Pose – 935 8. Brian Cox – Succession – 324 9. Freddie Highmore – The Good Doctor – 164 10. Stephen James – Homecoming – 152 Actress 1. Sandra Oh – Killing Eve – 1942 2. Julia Roberts – Homecoming – 1776 3. Laura Linney – Ozark – 1704 4. Emilia Clarke – Game of Thrones – 1625 5. Jodie Corner – Killing Eve – 1599 6. Robin Wright – House of Cards – 1022 7. Christine Baranski – The Good Fight – 601 8. Mandy Moore – This is Us – 281 9. Viola Davis – How to Get Away With Murder – 207 10. MJ Rodrigues – Pose – 179 Supp. Actor 1. Peter Dinklage – Game of Thrones – 1888 2. Jonathan Banks – Better Call Saul – 1704 3. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – Game of Thrones – 1695 4. Bobby Cannavale – Homecoming – 1559 5. Kieran Culkin – Succession – 1408 6. Michael Kelly – House of Cards – 918 7. Justin Hartley – This is Us – 501 8. Peter Mullan – Ozark – 350 9. Giancarlo Esposito – Better Call Saul – 273 10. Shea Whigham – Homecoming – 214 Supp. Actress 1. Lena Headey – Game of Thrones – 1824 2. Maisie Williams – Game of Thrones – 1705 3. Julia Garner – Ozark – 1675 4. Sophie Turner – Game of Thrones – 1391 5. Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul – 1087 6. Susan Kelechi Watson – This is Us – 1052 7. Fiona Shaw – Killing Eve – 691 8. Chrissy Metz – This is Us – 481 9. Sissy Spacek – Homecoming – 188 10. Keeley Hawes – Bodyguard – 155

    Lena Headey number 1 where she belongs.

    Lena Headey hasn't got an Emmy for Game of Thrones????? Emmys you need to win her right now!!

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    AHS’ ‘Return to Murder House’ episode deserves some major nods this year:

    • Directing (Sarah Paulson)
    • Jessica Lange’s submission
    • Frances Conroy’s submission
    • Writing (Crystal Liu – should they submit it)
    • Cinematography
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    Because being too low in the odds means she’s definitely getting nominated? Funny.

    I never said that… she is not happening because no one cares about HTGAWM in 2019 (and rightfully so, the show has become awful), she was dropped last year (of course there is a possibility she could come back, but still), she doesn’t even have the “she has just been nominated for an Oscar” narrative, and it doesn’t seem like she is campaigning at all.

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    Honey…

    Honey, what? I don’t remember anyone predicting Adina Porter last year. She wasn’t even in the conversation for a nod. The drama supporting actress field is way weaker than last year’s limited series supporting actress category & some boldness is def necessary, especially when it comes to contenders from popular shows.

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    Luca
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    The show being awful is really a weak argument because ultimately it’s just your opinion. Plus, she was nominated, but in guest actress instead of drama actress. Yeah, she isn’t campaigning because she has her own production company for which she is producing like a dozen shows, she’s also a producer on Murder that starts shooting next month, and she’s now making the rounds because of her diabetes diagnosis. But she’s was on the cover of Variety most recently, and she’s still Viola freakin’ Davis. I am not going to predict her, but she shouldn’t be counted out completely, especially in such a weak field.

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    ginnala
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    The show being awful is really a weak argument because ultimately it’s just your opinion. Plus, she was nominated, but in guest actress instead of drama actress. Yeah, she isn’t campaigning because she has her own production company for which she is producing like a dozen shows, she’s also a producer on Murder that starts shooting next month, and she’s now making the rounds because of her diabetes diagnosis. But she’s was on the cover of Variety most recently, and she’s still Viola freakin’ Davis. I am not going to predict her, but she shouldn’t be counted out completely, especially in such a weak field.

    Thinking the show is awful was not my argument tho. My argument was that the show has lost any kind of buzz and audience it had (looking at s5 abyssal ratings). The reasons of why she isn’t campaigning are irrelevant. The point is, she is not. As for “she is Viola freaking Davis” that’s what y’all kept saying during Oscar season, and we saw how that went. She was nominated in guest actress but was still dropped in lead, where she could have had the slot of Tatiana Maslany for example.

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    Well, the Oscars and Emmys are incomparable. As I said, I don’t think she’s getting in, but if Tyson can get in because of her name, then Davis shouldn’t be counted out either. But I get what you mean.

    I think Davis would be competitive for the win under the tape system with 5.09 though, with this year’s competition. It’s incredibly baity in every way possible: she screams, she cries, she’s drunk, she’s high, she plays her role in two timelines.

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    Lena Headey number 1 where she belongs.

    Actually her still being first in the prediction center worries me a little bit, since such a few changed their prediction after actually watching the season.
    I’d LOVE her to win, I was even “campaigning” for he in my signature here a few weeks back, but given the material she got this season and the fact the Academy doesn’t really like her in the first place- unfortunately I don’t see it happening.

    Either way it makes me worried because perhaps GoT is not as a lock in drama as the prediction center makes it to be

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    Thatcher, Prime Minister of GoldDerby
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    Actually her still being first in the prediction center worries me a little bit, since such a few changed their prediction after actually watching the season. I’d LOVE her to win, I was even “campaigning” for he in my signature here a few weeks back, but given the material she got this season and the fact the Academy doesn’t really like her in the first place- unfortunately I don’t see it happening. Either way it makes me worried because perhaps GoT is not as a lock in drama as the prediction center makes it to be

    We been knew you’re a traitor, darling. I’m already coming with my troops.

    Lena Headey hasn't got an Emmy for Game of Thrones????? Emmys you need to win her right now!!

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    I think Davis is pretty solidly in 7th, so a nod is possible. If Davis is such a non-starter I am curious to see your top ten.

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    It’s not Davis’ position that bothers me but the fact that people think Baranski and Moore are more likely to get nominated than her.

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    Now that we are in June, I thought it would be interesting to check which are the 10 candidates most voted by the users in each category, right now: Drama Series 1. Game of Thrones – 1991 2. Kiling Eve – 1871 3. This is Us – 1734 4. Better Call Saul – 1666 5. Ozark – 1617 6. Homecoming – 1293 7. Pose – 833 8. Succession – 831 9. Bodyguard – 674 10. The Good Doctor – 140 Actor 1. Jason Bateman – Ozark – 1808 2. Sterling K. Brown – This is Us – 1789 3. Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul – 1710 4. Richard Madden – Bodyguard – 1629 5. Kit Harington – Game of Thrones – 1322 6. Milo Ventimiglia – This is Us – 1167 7. Billy Porter – Pose – 935 8. Brian Cox – Succession – 324 9. Freddie Highmore – The Good Doctor – 164 10. Stephen James – Homecoming – 152 Actress 1. Sandra Oh – Killing Eve – 1942 2. Julia Roberts – Homecoming – 1776 3. Laura Linney – Ozark – 1704 4. Emilia Clarke – Game of Thrones – 1625 5. Jodie Corner – Killing Eve – 1599 6. Robin Wright – House of Cards – 1022 7. Christine Baranski – The Good Fight – 601 8. Mandy Moore – This is Us – 281 9. Viola Davis – How to Get Away With Murder – 207 10. MJ Rodrigues – Pose – 179 Supp. Actor 1. Peter Dinklage – Game of Thrones – 1888 2. Jonathan Banks – Better Call Saul – 1704 3. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau – Game of Thrones – 1695 4. Bobby Cannavale – Homecoming – 1559 5. Kieran Culkin – Succession – 1408 6. Michael Kelly – House of Cards – 918 7. Justin Hartley – This is Us – 501 8. Peter Mullan – Ozark – 350 9. Giancarlo Esposito – Better Call Saul – 273 10. Shea Whigham – Homecoming – 214 Supp. Actress 1. Lena Headey – Game of Thrones – 1824 2. Maisie Williams – Game of Thrones – 1705 3. Julia Garner – Ozark – 1675 4. Sophie Turner – Game of Thrones – 1391 5. Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul – 1087 6. Susan Kelechi Watson – This is Us – 1052 7. Fiona Shaw – Killing Eve – 691 8. Chrissy Metz – This is Us – 481 9. Sissy Spacek – Homecoming – 188 10. Keeley Hawes – Bodyguard – 155

    Keeley Hawes is not below Metz, Spacek, Shaw, Watson, Turner and Seehorn! People should swiftly update their predictions.

    Not that big a gap between KE and GoT with GD users now but I think Madden is closer to Bateman than we think, he’s definitely above Sterling K Brown for sure.

    FYC Emmys 2019 : Phoebe Waller–Bridge ("Fleabag") for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, Sandra Oh ("Killing Eve") for Best Actress in a Drama Series, Michael Sheen ("The Good Fight") for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, Keeley Hawes ("Bodyguard") for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, "Maniac", "The Good Fight" and "Killing Eve" in all eligible categories.

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