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    (flopped awards wise, so far, I can still see Critics Choice going gaga for it)

    I think it will be the Critics Choice’s The Plot Against America 2.0.

    FYC: Together in all categories (Actress – Sharon Horgan, Actor – James McAvoy, Original Screenplay), Shiva Baby (Adapted Screenplay, Score), CODA (in all categories esp. S. Actor – Troy Kotsur), Zola (S. Actress – Riley Keough), Together Together (Original Screenplay), The Sparks Brothers (Documentary Feature), Summer of Soul (Documentary Feature)

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    (flopped awards wise, so far, I can still see Critics Choice going gaga for it)

    Especially since they nominated Tovey, Thompson and Years and Years, so we know they’re probably watching Davies stuff.

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    Especially since they nominated Tovey, Thompson and Years and Years, so we know they’re probably watching Davies stuff.

    And Years and Years was also so much less buzzed about than It’s a Sin.

    FYC: Together in all categories (Actress – Sharon Horgan, Actor – James McAvoy, Original Screenplay), Shiva Baby (Adapted Screenplay, Score), CODA (in all categories esp. S. Actor – Troy Kotsur), Zola (S. Actress – Riley Keough), Together Together (Original Screenplay), The Sparks Brothers (Documentary Feature), Summer of Soul (Documentary Feature)

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    Updated predictions.

    Drama Series

    1. Unforgotten (ITV)
    2. Bloodlands (BBC One)
    3. The Beast Must Die (BritBox)
    4. Baptiste (BBC One)

    5. Domina (Sky Atlantic)
    6. A Discovery of Witches (Sky One)
    7. Line of Duty (BBC One)
    8. Marcella (ITV)
    9. Call the Midwife (BBC One)
    10. The Pact (BBC One)

    Scripted Comedy

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

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

    Mini Series

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

    5. The Pursuit of Love (BBC One)
    6. The Pembrokeshire Murders (BBC One)
    7. Too Close (ITV)
    8. Anne Boleyn (Channel 5)
    9. Grace (ITV)
    10. Before We Die (Sky Atlantic)

    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. Fiona Shaw, Baptiste

    7. Jenna Coleman, The Serpent
    8. Cush Jumbo, The Beast Must Die
    9. Emily Beecham, The Pursuit of Love
    10. Emily Watson, Too Close

    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. Gabriella Hamori, Baptiste
    8. Liz White, Unforgotten
    9. Mathilde Warnier, The Serpent
    10. Shalome-Brune Franklin, Line of Duty

    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. Aisling Bea, This Way Up
    9. Phillipa Dunne, 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

    International

    1. Mare of Easttown (HBO/Sky Atlantic)
    2. Lupin (Netflix)
    3. Call My Agent (France 2/Netflix)
    4. WandaVision (Disney+)

    5. The Flight Attendant (HBO Max/Sky One)
    6. The Underground Railroad (Amazon)
    7. The White Lotus (HBO/Sky Atlantic)
    8. Never Have I Ever (Netflix)
    9. Loki (Disney+)
    10. Shrill (Hulu)

    FYC: Together in all categories (Actress – Sharon Horgan, Actor – James McAvoy, Original Screenplay), Shiva Baby (Adapted Screenplay, Score), CODA (in all categories esp. S. Actor – Troy Kotsur), Zola (S. Actress – Riley Keough), Together Together (Original Screenplay), The Sparks Brothers (Documentary Feature), Summer of Soul (Documentary Feature)

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    Steve McQueen’s Uprising HAS to be a serious contender for Best Documentary.

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    I have started watching We Are Lady Parts and it is amazing!! Anjana Vasan is a standout among the excellent cast. More people need to know about this show.

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    The new season of Baptiste is a lot better than I expected. I particularly like its exploration of the Hungarian far right (a very topical issue across Europe at the moment). Shaw is definitely competitive for a nomination, and Hamori could also gain traction.

    For Your Consideration:

    I May Destroy You in all categories
    (especially Michaela Coel in Lead Actress and Writing)

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    The new season of Baptiste is a lot better than I expected. I particularly like its exploration of the Hungarian far right (a very topical issue across Europe at the moment). Shaw is definitely competitive for a nomination, and Hamori could also gain traction.

    I never seen an episode of Baptiste (or The Missing for that matter) but I’ve seen a LOT of praise for Shaw. Would you say she’s lead or supporting?

    FYC: Together in all categories (Actress – Sharon Horgan, Actor – James McAvoy, Original Screenplay), Shiva Baby (Adapted Screenplay, Score), CODA (in all categories esp. S. Actor – Troy Kotsur), Zola (S. Actress – Riley Keough), Together Together (Original Screenplay), The Sparks Brothers (Documentary Feature), Summer of Soul (Documentary Feature)

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    I never seen an episode of Baptiste (or The Missing for that matter) but I’ve seen a LOT of praise for Shaw. Would you say she’s lead or supporting?

    Definitely lead.

    For Your Consideration:

    I May Destroy You in all categories
    (especially Michaela Coel in Lead Actress and Writing)

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    Guys I finished Baptiste and I take it all back 💀 the writing completely fell off in the second half of the season. To be honest, some of the characterisation actually felt uncomfortably problematic. There should’ve been more consultation with the Hungarian immigrant community on how to handle the subject matter. Examination of white nationalism on mainstream TV is obviously much-needed, but it simply wasn’t handled as well as it should’ve been. Nevertheless, Shaw was outstanding.

    For Your Consideration:

    I May Destroy You in all categories
    (especially Michaela Coel in Lead Actress and Writing)

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    Do you still think Shaw could be competitive for the nomination?

    FYC: Together in all categories (Actress – Sharon Horgan, Actor – James McAvoy, Original Screenplay), Shiva Baby (Adapted Screenplay, Score), CODA (in all categories esp. S. Actor – Troy Kotsur), Zola (S. Actress – Riley Keough), Together Together (Original Screenplay), The Sparks Brothers (Documentary Feature), Summer of Soul (Documentary Feature)

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    Updated predictions.

    Drama Series

    1. Unforgotten (ITV)
    2. Bloodlands (BBC One)
    3. The Beast Must Die (BritBox)
    4. Baptiste (BBC One)

    5. Domina (Sky Atlantic)
    6. A Discovery of Witches (Sky One)
    7. Line of Duty (BBC One)
    8. Marcella (ITV)
    9. Call the Midwife (BBC One)
    10. The Pact (BBC One)

    Won’t The Essex Serpent be eligible? The image of Danes alone and the plot of the book inspires confidence.

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    Won’t The Essex Serpent be eligible? The image of Danes alone and the plot of the book inspires confidence.

    I’m currently only predicting shows that have aired thus far.

    The Essex Serpent will be eligible like The Crown is here. I think it’s produced by a British production company.

    FYC: Together in all categories (Actress – Sharon Horgan, Actor – James McAvoy, Original Screenplay), Shiva Baby (Adapted Screenplay, Score), CODA (in all categories esp. S. Actor – Troy Kotsur), Zola (S. Actress – Riley Keough), Together Together (Original Screenplay), The Sparks Brothers (Documentary Feature), Summer of Soul (Documentary Feature)

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    I think it’s produced by a British production company.

    Yes. Country of Production is labelled as United Kingdom.

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    Do you still think Shaw could be competitive for the nomination?

    Yes, she’s really good and it’s a very baity role, and to be honest I don’t see the show getting much backlash for the things I referred to in my post.

    For Your Consideration:

    I May Destroy You in all categories
    (especially Michaela Coel in Lead Actress and Writing)

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