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    starklinson
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    okay, having finished Three Families (i was indeed crying when the credits rolled), i feel it’d be odd if Morgan was in lead whilst James-Kelly was in supporting – the story is more about her character than his imo

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    Are sketch shows performance eligible for Comedy Performance? If so, I need Elizabeth Caproni (“Who Runs the World”) to happen immediately

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    I also started <i>Feel Good</i> (what a coincidence @orangestraw lmao!) this week. Midway through season 1 right now. It’s hard for me to call the show a comedy considering how dramatic the first two episodes were but the third one is filled with over the top hilarity. I’ll go with the definition of black comedy for now. Liking it so far.

    I finished We Are Lady Parts as well. It deserves to sweep here. Not only is it great to see a show that defies stereotypical portrayals of British muslims but it’s also somehow incredibly hilarious, dark and chilling at the same time without leaning into the dramatic at all? If you liked Derry Girls and Girls5Eva, you’ll like this one. I hope Anjana Vasan happens (she was excellent in the fourth instalment in particular) but with what has happened to the Derry Girls actors here, I won’t keep my hopes up.

    FYC: All things The Crown, Hacks and I May Destroy You (and Hannah Waddingham and Julianne Nicholson whilst you're at it)!!

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    I’ve just done the first two of Feel Good and probably going to do the next two tonight, so glad to hear it gets funnier. Planning on starting We Are Lady Parts too after Feel Good so I’m glad to hear you recommend.

    That sounds like kinda dramatic Tom

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    Are sketch shows performance eligible for Comedy Performance? If so, I need Elizabeth Caproni (“Who Runs the World”) to happen immediately

    Yep sketch shows are eligible in the Scripted Comedy categories.

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    I’m so excited to see what happens in the scripted comedy races. Each of Feel Good, MotherlandStarstruck and <i>We Are Lady </i><i>Parts</i> feel like they could have a strong chance at nabbing the top prize if nominated.

    FYC: All things The Crown, Hacks and I May Destroy You (and Hannah Waddingham and Julianne Nicholson whilst you're at it)!!

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    For your guys starting Feel Good, Episode Four of Season One is absolutely hilarious, Lisa Kudrow is freaking phenomenal

    EMMY FYC

    The Crown in all categories (inc. Olivia Colman & Gillian Anderson)

    I May Destroy You, It’s a Sin, Stateless & The Queens Gambit

    Kate Winslet, Keeley Hawes, Shaun Parkes, Marielle Heller, Michaela Coel

    Ted Lasso & The Flight Attendant in all categories.

    Girls5Eva

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    For your guys starting Feel Good, Episode Four of Season One is absolutely hilarious, Lisa Kudrow is freaking phenomenal

    I saw that one today (watching two a day so I don’t binge it too quickly but also it’s so good!) haha.

    Lisa Kudrow had been stealing the show with her little comedic webcam cameos up until then but I had no idea she had that type of performance in her. It reminded of Metcalf in Lady Bird.

    FYC: All things The Crown, Hacks and I May Destroy You (and Hannah Waddingham and Julianne Nicholson whilst you're at it)!!

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    Lots of online buzz for single drama ‘Together’ starring Sharon Horgan and James McAvoy which aired last night.

    Performances and writing seem to be getting shouted out the most. Stephen Daldry directed it so could be in with a shout too.

    Thin field for Single Drama so far puts this in good stead there, but could acting, writing and directing Noms be on the cards too?

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    Alexander is quite well known in the UK because of his singing career so I think has the edge over Lydia.

    Bhaskar and Walker are extremely competitive for that Unforgotten season and both haven’t had BAFTA noms for a long time.

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    Alexander is quite well known in the UK because of his singing career so I think has the edge over Lydia.

    I’d argue that actually is a detriment for Alexander. BAFTA juries tend to have a bias towards newcomers and against bigger names.

    Bhaskar and Walker are extremely competitive for that Unforgotten season and both haven’t had BAFTA noms for a long time.

    Absolutely and especially the latter (who I think if nominated could actually win). <i>Unforgotten </i>has almost always done well at BAFTA in some shape or form and this season was its biggest yet (not to mention the Drama Series category is quite empty this year).

    Lots of online buzz for single drama ‘Together’ starring Sharon Horgan and James McAvoy which aired last night. Performances and writing seem to be getting shouted out the most. Stephen Daldry directed it so could be in with a shout too. Thin field for Single Drama so far puts this in good stead there, but could acting, writing and directing Noms be on the cards too?

    What a nice and heartfelt depiction of partnership during confinement that single drama was!

    Unless anything major comes up I think it’s in for Single Drama. I can see Horgan happen too. Will slot Daldry in for now because the category is weak and he’s a big name but considering the film was more or less directed like a stage play and he couldn’t happen for Quiz, I doubt this will be a nomination that happens in the end.

    Nominations for McAvoy and the writing would be well deserved but I’m not sure.

    FYC: All things The Crown, Hacks and I May Destroy You (and Hannah Waddingham and Julianne Nicholson whilst you're at it)!!

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    For your guys starting Feel Good, Episode Four of Season One is absolutely hilarious, Lisa Kudrow is freaking phenomenal

    Sorry for turning this into the Feel Good thread but the Outstanding Performance In a Haunted House award goes to…

    That sounds like kinda dramatic Tom

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    I’d argue that actually is a detriment for Alexander. BAFTA juries tend to have a bias towards newcomers and against bigger names

    I am pretty bad at predicting BAFTAs so I hope (and think) you’re right. If had to pick one I would like, I prefer West.

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    Updated Predictions

    Drama Series

    1. Unforgotten (ITV)
    2. Bloodlands (BBC One)
    3. The Beast Must Die (BritBox)
    4. A Discovery of Witches (Sky One)

    5. Line of Duty (BBC One)
    6. Marcella (ITV)
    7. Call the Midwife (BBC One)
    8. The Pact (BBC One)
    9. Finding Alice (ITV)
    10. Intergalactic (Sky One)

    Scripted Comedy

    1. We Are Lady Parts (Channel 4)
    2. Inside No. 9 (BBC One)
    3. Motherland (BBC Two)
    4. Starstruck (BBC Three)

    5. Feel Good (Netflix)
    6. Back (Channel 4)
    7. This Time with Alan Partridge (BBC One)
    8. Bloods (Sky One)
    9. Breeders (Sky One)
    10. Staged (BBC One)

    Mini Series

    1. It’s a Sin (Channel 4)
    2. Time (BBC One)
    3. Three Families (BBC One)
    4. The Pursuit of Love (BBC One)

    5. The Serpent (BBC One)
    6. The Pembrokeshire Murders (BBC One)
    7. Anne Boleyn (Channel 5)
    8. Too Close (ITV)
    9. Grace (ITV)
    10. The Drowning (Channel 5)

    Actress in a Leading Role

    1. Lydia West, It’s a Sin
    2. Jodie Turner-Smith, Anne Boleyn
    3. Sinead Keenan, Three Families
    4. Nicola Walker, Unforgotten
    5. Sharon Horgan, Together
    6. Cush Jumbo, The Beast Must Die

    7. Jenna Coleman, The Serpent
    8. Emily Beecham, The Pursuit of Love
    9. Emily Watson, Too Close
    10. Lily James, The Pursuit of Love

    Actor in a Leading Role

    1. Sean Bean, Time
    2. Olly Alexander, It’s a Sin
    3. Stephen Graham, Time
    4. Luke Evans, The Pembrokeshire Murders
    5. Tahar Rahim, The Serpent
    6. Anthony Boyle, Danny Boy 

    7. James McAvoy, Together
    8. James Nesbitt, Bloodlands
    9. Sanjeev Bhaskar, Unforgotten
    10. Jared Harris, The Beast Must Die

    Actress in a Supporting Role

    1. Keeley Hawes, It’s a Sin
    2. Anna Maxwell-Martin, Line of Duty
    3. Amy James-Kelly, Three Families
    4. Denise Gough, Too Close
    5. Susan Lynch, Unforgotten
    6. Emily Mortimer, The Pursuit of Love

    7. Liz White, Unforgotten
    8. Mathilde Warnier, The Serpent
    9. Shalome-Brune Franklin, Line of Duty
    10. Alex Kingston, A Discovery of Witches

    Actor in a Supporting Role

    1. Callum Scott-Howells, It’s a Sin
    2. Omari Douglas, It’s a Sin
    3. Neil Patrick Harris, It’s a Sin
    4. Andrew Scott, The Pursuit of Love
    5. Paapa Essiedu, Anne Boleyn
    6. Toby Jones, Danny Boy

    7. Keith Allen, The Pembrokeshire Murders
    8. Colin Morgan, Three Families
    9. Andy Nyman, Unforgotten
    10. Billy Howle, The Serpent

    Comedy Female

    1. Rose Matafeo, Starstruck
    2. Mae Martin, Feel Good
    3. Anna Maxwell-Martin, Motherland
    4. Daisy Haggard, Breeders
    5. Lucy Punch, Motherland
    6. Anjana Vasan, We Are Lady Parts

    7. Susannah Fielding, This Time with Alan Partridge
    8. Phillipa Dunne, Motherland
    9. Diane Morgan, Motherland
    10. Sarah Kameela Impey, We Are Lady Parts

    Comedy Male

    1. Reece Shearsmith, Inside No. 9
    2. Nikesh Patel, Starstruck
    3. Paul Ready, Motherland
    4. Steve Pemberton, Inside No. 9
    5. Steve Coogan, This Time with Alan Partridge
    6. Samson Kayo, Bloods

    7. David Mitchell, Back
    8. Martin Freeman, Breeders
    9. Robert Webb, Back
    10. Michael Sheen, Staged

    FYC: All things The Crown, Hacks and I May Destroy You (and Hannah Waddingham and Julianne Nicholson whilst you're at it)!!

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    Though it’s not out till the autumn, here’s a brief teaser for Stephen, a three-part mini-series that is a direct sequel to the BAFTA-winning drama The Murder of Stephen Lawrence (1999).

    https://twitter.com/HTMTelevision/status/1406905427732877315

    Starring Steve Coogan and Sharlene Whyte (replacing original actress Marianne Jean-Baptiste).

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