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    methaddiction
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    I’m wondering if Davis could end up sneaking in her show will be airing at the perfect time but who misses?

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    Oh/Kidman/Wood.

    Wood is already out.

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    I think Wood should not be underestimated. I can see her getting in and someone like Kidman getting snubbed. I won’t be surprised as well if the Drama Lead Actress category will have 7 nominees again this year.

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    This is exactly my point. Well said. (Which is why, for instance, Dern’s Oscar win does bother me a bit since her BLL S2 was FAR superior, and she definitely won’t win for that :/ )

    I’d argue she essentially won her Oscar for BLL S2. More than she won for Marriage Story

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    FYC : J. Smith-Cameron
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    Doesn’t look like anything to me.

    The TV academy loves Evan Rachel Wood, they’ve nominated her when they could, her big TV projects resulted in nominations, she’s not getting snubbed.

    Lol using that logic is almost like saying because Sandra Oh was nominated for the last two seasons of Killing Eve that she’s going to win this year.

    FYC Emmys : Jodie Comer ("Killing Eve"), Ruth Wilson ("His Dark Materials"), Russell Tovery ("Years and Years"), Helena Bonham Carter ("The Crown") & The Crown, His Dark Materials, Years and Years, Succession and The Affair in all categories. The Politician : Ben Platt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bette Midler and Judith Light.

    FYC Goldderby Awards : MAURA TIERNEY AND DOMINIC WEST FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF THE AFFAIR

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    They are not going to snub Kidman for Wood.

    Lol using that logic is almost like saying because Sandra Oh was nominated for the last two seasons of Killing Eve that she’s going to win this year.

    And last time Oh and Wood were nominated together Oh was surely ahead of her.

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    I don’t understand why some try to shove their arguments in others’ throats. If you think that person is getting in and that one isn’t that’s your problem, but stop acting as if it was a general fact.

    Bro you really hate Westworld, don’t U!

    • Like Killing Eve and The Morning Show ahead of WW? doesn’t look like anything to me.
    • Reese Witherspoon and Sarah Snook ahead of Evan Rachel Wood doesn’t make sense.

    Sandra Oh isn’t the frontrunner to win, plus using that logic would mean Oh isn’t missing which is the case.

    Because you aren’t doing just that here ?

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    Wood could easily miss. The only people I actually feel confident in are Aniston, Linney, Colman and, to a lesser extent, Comer. Nobody else is safe. We’re probably headed for 7 nominees, but even then there will be a couple of snubs.

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    Jays
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    Fine, Wood is missing. NOT!

    Why are you acting like this? When someone makes a prediction about the race you don’t agree with, you call them out on it. But when someone doesn’t agree with your predictions, and tries to shed some light on why, you act like your word is gold.

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    hopelesstar
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    I’m sorry. Let’s not fight… Do you guys consider Elisabeth Moss safe? I feel like they might be tired of her by now and are about to drop her just like they did with Mad Mad.

    She is like 5 this year, I guess. Maybe they drop her next year but I’m not predicting that this time around.

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    Moss is locked.

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    If THT gets into one category, it’ll be for Moss. Once they start dropping the show (whether that’s this year or in the future), I think she’ll still hold on for a year or two beyond that until they’re REALLY tired of it.

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    They are not going to snub Kidman for Wood.

    And last time Oh and Wood were nominated together Oh was surely ahead of her.

    Probably, but it doesn’t seem like Killing Eve has any buzz whatsoever right now.

    Big fan of Better Call Saul, Sex Education, Barry, BoJack Horseman, and, especially, Survivor

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    Probably, but it doesn’t seem like Killing Eve has any buzz whatsoever right now.

    Because Westworld has buzz? Killing Eve’s trailer has already reached 1,8m views on twitter alone and more than 10k retweets. I woudln’t call that buzzless at all.

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    <i>Succession</i> isn’t as secure acting-wise as it seems. The show has won loads of awards already for season two, but only an acting Globe for Brian Cox. I really doubt Snook is getting in, especially with Aniston, Comer, Colman, Kidman, Wood, Oh, Witherspoon, Davis, Moss, Linney and others. They’ve all been previously nominated, besides Aniston who just won SAG for her show’s first season and Colman who has been blazing awards season the past year or so. Also, the idea that both Strong and Cox both get in before Porter, Brown, Menzies, Paul, Wright and Ventimiglia is absurd. And Culkin is pretty much a guarantee, but Macfadyen too seems like too much. No idea what’s happening in the guest categories, but that brings a show with 0 acting nominations to five, which isn’t happening.

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