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  • Turd Ferguson
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    More like shows staying away because the Emmys themselves rubber-stamped Veep to 4 straight comedy series wins and who still believe JLD is relevant.

    Why do you care? It’s not like The Good Place and Bell could’ve won over Veep because they weren’t even nominated.

    Bob Odenkirk for the win!

    callum_brown1
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    Westworld is probably not ready. It takes its time with every season. I never thought it would make it for this year’s Emmys. I expect it to return the earliest Fall 2019.

    I don’t even think production has started yet (I would guess in part due to its sets burning down in the wildfires) – Spring 2020 seems most likely?

    DvirBA
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    Spring 2020 was their original plan, if the wildfire had an effect I suspect it might take even longer than that. But yeah, I also don’t think they ever started actual production

    #LenaHeadey2019

    Eden
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    Season three filming is scheduled to start in March and end in September, so a likely spring 2020 premiere.

    sinasays
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    Anyone knows if Mrs. Wilson is eligible? Ruth Wilson is so good in it. Would make a very worthy nominee.

     

    I thought it was amazing – Ruth in particular. I don’t think it has enough buzz tho.

    stuffy
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    I thought it was amazing – Ruth in particular. I don’t think it has enough buzz tho.

    Maybe it’ll get more buzz when it airs on PBS.

    Ivo Stoyanov
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    Again, with these streaming services, we don’t really know how many people are watching Maisel, Russian Doll, Forever, etal. Hundreds? 10,000?

    We know, it is very obvious through the number of votes that the shows have on IMDB. I mean, we do not know the exact number of viewers of course, but we do know how popular are they, especially by comparing numbers. Little Women with Angela Lansbury has only 2000 votes, so we know that nobody saw it… A TV show was widely seen when it has at least 30 000 votes and it is popular where it has more than 60 000. It is a phenomenon when has more than 100 000 votes.

    And JLD is more relevant than Bell.

    furbul
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    Yeah, not everybody has to like Veep (personally I find it as one of the funniest comedies currently on air), but to deny JLD’s absolutely perfect comedy timing is just ignorance.

    That Don Guy
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    I didn’t see a thread for the rules changes – here are the ones I can see at the moment:

    A “made-for-TV movie” must have a “running time” of at least 75 minutes.

    Documentary programs now have their own Music Composition (Dramatic Underscore) category.

    Choreography is now split into variety/reality and scripted programming categories (well, juried awards). Apparently, the scripted category is a “true” juried award, with no nominations, and no requirement that there be a winner. (The reality/variety category will keep its “five nominees, and there must be at least one winner” status.)

    This one might need some clarification: there is now a specific list of categories for which individuals can enter for animated programs. I point this out because choreography is not one of them, even though an upcoming Simpsons episode has a credited choreographer.

    Nominations in Variety Program Sound Mixing will be in proportion to the number of series vs. specials entered, with at least one series and at least one special nominated.
    Nominations in Nonfiction Sound Mixing will be in proportion to the number of reality vs. nonfiction/documentary shows entered, with at least one reality program and at least one nonfiction/documentary program nominated.

    The two stunt coordination categories will now have a “screening panel” (similar to the one used for music). I am assuming that this means they will no longer have online ballots.

    Except for Short Form Animation, the Short Form categories (Comedy/Drama Series, Variety, Reality, Series Actor, Series Actress) will go through an “approval” process before appearing on the corresponding online ballot.

    A “hanging episode” must be broadcast prior to the start (rather than the end) of the nominating ballot period.

    A program scheduled to air between June 1 and June 30 can be eligible for the “previous year’s” Emmys (i.e. as if it aired on May 31) if it airs on “the network’s online platform” on or before 5/31 and is broadcast on or before 6/30; the rules allow for the online version to be restricted to Academy members.

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    • Predictions (8 in each category)

    Best Comedy Series:

    • Veep
    • The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    • Blackish
    • The Good Place
    • Unbreakable Kimmy schmidt
    • The Big Bang Theory
    • Barry
    • The Kominsky Method

    Best Comedy Lead Actor:

    • Ted Danson- The Good Place
    • Anthony Anderson- Blackish
    • Bill Hader- Barry
    • Michael Douglas- The Kominsky Method
    • Jim Parsons- The Big Bang theory
    • William H Macy- Shameless
    • Jim Carrey- Kidding
    • Eric McCormack- Will and Grace

    Best Comedy Lead Actress:

    • Julia Louis Dreyfus- Veep
    • Rachel Brosnahan- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    • Allison Janney-Mom
    • Kristen Bell- The Good Place
    • Lily Tomlin- Grace and Frankie
    • Jane Fonda- Grace and Frankie
    • Tracee Ellis Ross- Blackish
    • Debra Messing- Will and Grace

    Best Comedy Supporting Actor:

    • Henry Winkler- Barry
    • Tony Shalhoub- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    • Tony hale- Veep
    • Alan Arkin- The Kominsky Method
    • Tituss Burgess- Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
    • Sean Hayes- Will and Grace
    • Louie Anderson- Baskets
    • Matt Walsh- Veep

    Best Comedy Supporting Actress:

    • Alex Borstein- The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
    • Anna Chulmsky- Veep
    • Megan Mullany- Will and Grace
    • Laurie Metcalf- The Conners
    • Mayim Bialik- The Big Bang theory
    • D’Arcy Carden- The Good Place
    • Betty Gilpin- GLOW
    • Kate McKinnon- SNL

    Comedy Guest Actor:

    • Bob Newhart- The Big Bang Theory
    • Johnny Galecki- The Conners
    • David Schwimmer- Will and Grace
    • Steve Carell- SNL
    • RuPaul Charles- Grace and Frankie
    • Jonah Hill- SNL

    Comedy Guest Actress:

    1. Christine Baranski- The Big Bang Theory
    2. Laurie Metcalf- The Big Bang Theory
    3. Olivia Colman- Fleabag
    4. Maya Rudolph- The Good Place
    5. Wanda Sykes- Blackish
    6. Fiona Shaw- Fleabag
    7. Claire Foy- SNL
    8. Rachel Brosnahan- SNL

    Best Drama Series:

    • The Crown
    • Game of Thrones
    • Killing Eve
    • The Handmaid’s Tale
    • The Good Fight
    • This Is Us
    • Ozark
    • Bodyguard

    Best Drama Lead Actor:

    • Jason Bateman- Ozark
    • Richard Madden- Bodyguard
    • Sterling K Brown- This Is Us
    • Kit Harrington- Game of Thrones
    • Stephan James- Homecoming
    • Bob Odenkirk- Better Call Saul
    • Billy Porter- Pose
    • John Krasinski- Jack Ryan

    Best Drama Lead Actress:

    • Sandra Oh- Killing Eve
    • Olivia Colman- The Crown
    • Elisabeth Moss- The Handmaid’s Tale
    • Julia Roberts- Homecoming
    • Christine Baranski- The Good Fight
    • Emilia Clarke- Game of Thrones
    • Jodie Whittaker- Doctor Who
    • Jodie Comer- Killing Eve

    Best Drama Supporting Actor:

    • Peter Dinklage- Game of Thrones
    • Tobias Menzies- The Crown
    • Josh O’Connor- The Crown
    • Jonathan Banks- Better Call Saul
    • Kim Bodnia- Killing Eve
    • Stephan James- Homecoming
    • Joseph Fiennes- The Handmaids tale
    • Nikolaj Coster Waldau- Game of Thrones

    Best Drama Supporting Actress:

    • Helena Bonham Carter- The Crown
    • Laura Linney- Ozark
    • Julia Garner- Ozark
    • Lena Headey- Game of Thrones
    • Fiona Shaw- Killing Eve
    • Keeley Hawes- Bodyguard
    • Ann Dowd-The Handmaids Tale
    • Maisie Williams- Game of Thrones

    Best Drama Guest Actor:

    • Ben Daniels- The Crown
    • Jason Watkins- The Crown
    • Ron Cephas Jones- This is Us
    • Alan Cumming- Doctor Who
    • Jeremy Allen White- Homecoming
    • Darren Boyd- Killing Eve

    Best Drama Guest Actress:

    • Cicely Tyson- How to Get Away with Murder
    • Keeley Hawes- Bodyguard
    • Emerald Fennel- The Crown
    • Jayne Atkinson- House of Cards
    • Samira Riley- The Handmaid’s Tale
    • Vinette Robinson- Doctor Who

    Best Limited Series:

    • Sharp Objects
    • A Very English Scandal
    • Les Miserables
    • Catch 22
    • Escape at Dannemora
    • Maniac
    • Fosse/Verdon
    • AHS: Apocalypse

    Best Limited Series Lead actor:

    • Hugh Grant- A Very English Scandal
    • Dominic West- Les Miserables
    • Anthony Hopkins- King Lear
    • Sam Rockwell- Fosse/Verdon
    • Mahershala Ali- True Detective
    • Jonah Hill- Maniac
    • Benicio del Toro- Escape at Dannemora
    • Alexander Skarsgard- The Little Drummer Girl

    Best Limited Series Lead Actress:

    • Amy Adams- Sharp Objects
    • Patricia Arquette- Escape at Dannemora
    • Helen Mirren- Catherine the Great
    • Emma Stone- Maniac
    • Michelle Williams- Fosse/Verdon
    • Florence Pugh- The Little Drummer Girl
    • Sarah Paulson- AHS: Apocalypse
    • Emma Roberts- AHS: Apocalypse

    Best Limited Series Supporting Actor:

    • Ben Whishaw- A Very English Scandal
    • Michael Shannon- The Little Drummer Girl
    • Paul Dano- Escape at Dannemora
    • David Oyelowo- Les Miserables
    • Justin Theroux- Maniac
    • Eric Lange- Escape at Dannemora

    Best Limited Series Supporting Actress:

    • Patricia Clarkson- Sharp Objects
    • Olivia Colman- Les Miserables
    • Emma Thompson- King Lear
    • Elizabeth Perkins- Sharp Objects
    • Julia Garner- Dirty John
    • Florence Pugh- King Lear

     

     

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    Current Drama Predix:

    Drama Series:
    Better Call Saul
    The Crown
    Game of Thrones
    Handmaids Tale
    Killing Eve
    Ozark
    This is Us
    ~ spoilers: Pose, Bodyguard

    Actor Drama:
    Jason Bateman, Ozark
    Sterling K. Brown, This is Us
    Stephen James, Homecoming
    Richard Madden, Bodyguard
    Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul
    Billy Porter, Pose
    Milo Ventimiglia, This is Us
    ~ spoilers: Kit Harrington (Game of Thrones), Liev Schrieber (Ray Donovan)

    Actress Drama:
    Christine Baranski, The Good Fight
    Jodie Comer, Killing Eve
    Olivia Colman, The Crown
    Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaids Tale
    Sandra Oh, Killing Eve
    Julia Roberts, Homecoming
    Robin Wright, House of Cards
    ~spoiler: Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones), Mandy Moore (This is Us)

    Supporting Actor Drama:
    Nikolai Coster-Waldau, Game of Thrones
    Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
    Joseph Fiennes, The Handmaids Tale
    Justin Hartley, This is Us
    Michael Kelly, House of Cards
    Tobias Menzes, The Crown
    ~ spoiler: Delroy Lindo (The Good Fight), Greg Kinear (House of Cards)

    Supporting Actress Drama:
    Helena Bonham Carter, The Crown
    Ann Dowd, The Handmaids Tale
    Lena Headey, Game of Thrones
    Laura Linney, Ozark
    Susan Kalechi-Watston, This is Us
    Yvonne Strahovski, The Handmaids Tale
    Maise Williams, Game of Thrones
    ~ spoilers: Julia Garner (Ozark), Chrissy Metz (This is Us), Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones), Alexis Bleidl (Handmaids Tale), Diane Lane (House of Cards)

    Guest Actor Drama:
    Ron Cephas Jones, This is Us

    Guest Actress Drama:
    Samira Wiley, Game of Thrones
    Phylcia Rashad, This is Us
    Cicely Tyson, How to Get Away with Murder

    ** Dont have enough info on other guest performers to make a good decision yet

    Jays
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    I wonder if Mandy Moore could get in now that BLL isn’t premiering in time. Also I feel like The Crown won’t premier in time either, has there been talk about a release date for that yet?

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    It’s now or never for Mandy Moore to break through. If she doesn’t get in this year, she never will. If both Colman and Moss are ineligible, I expect them to nominate: Oh, Roberts, Wright, Baranski, Comer and Clarke (ugh that one). With either Moore or Balfe as spoiler. I believe Davis is out for good.

    gabspss
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    I think Russian Doll will be nominated as a limited series. I finished today and it’s a good show.

    Eden
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    I think Russian Doll will be nominated as a limited series. I finished today and it’s a good show.

    But it’s a comedy. And it’s probably getting a second season.

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